UCLA's online Video Annotation Tool can provide a powerful analysis of multiple simultaneous dimensions of communication.The results can be shown in classes, at conferences, or exported to comma-separated values (csv) for statistical analysis.
The tool is embedded in Moodle, and is accessible to Red Hens through at the regular access point.
See also UCLA's Video Annotation instructions.
After logging in to the Red Hen site at UCLA, click on "Turn editing on" in the upper right corner.
Select a category from the left panel, or create a new category:
In the bottom right corner, as you see in the screenshot above, click on "Add an activity" at the bottom of the page and select "Video annotation". Define all the fields in the form, as in this example:
For help on how to perform the annotations, click on Help in the upper left corner. Your result might come out something like this:
These annotations can provide a powerful real-time analysis and display of multiple simultaneous dimensions of communication.
Video annotations can be exported to a csv file for analysis, or copied, either to the same course as a fork, or to a different course.
You should see "The import succeeded!"