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  1. Robert Teese
  2. Professor of Physics
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  2. Associate Professor of Physics & STEM Education
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  1. Priscilla Laws
  2. Research Professor of Physics
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Interactive Video Vignettes

DUE-1122828

2015 (see original presentation & discussion)

Undergraduate

Interactive Video Vignettes are short web-based assignments for introductory science students. They combine the convenience of online video coupled with video analysis as well as the interactivity of an individual tutorial. Each vignette produced by these projects addresses a learning difficulty identified by Discipline-Based Education Research. Most of them take a student about 10 minutes or less to complete. They are made with Vignette Studio, a free application that can be downloaded at www.compadre.org/ivv.

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