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About this Survey
The purpose of this survey is to collect observations on the use of videos in #dariahTeach to examine the effectiveness of videos as learning mechanisms in online teaching environments and the use of videos as pedagogical tools in e-learning.

The results of this survey will inform a forthcoming research publication on the use of videos as pedagogical tools in Digital Humanities, based on a case study of #dariahTeach. #dariahTeach was funded through an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Grant with a mission to develop open-source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities. Please see the #dariahTeach website for more information. Prof. Susan Schreibman and Dr. Konstantinos Papadopoulos of Maynooth University are the principal researchers for this study.

Contact:
Professor Susan Schreibman, Maynooth University, Email: susan.schreibman@mu.ie
Dr. Konstantinos Papadopoulos, Maynooth University, Email: Konstantinos.Papadopoulos@mu.ie

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