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Conference material: "Scientific service & Internet: proceedings of the 21th All-Russian Scientific Conference (September 23-28, 2019, Novorossiysk)"
Authors: Kasparinsky F.O.
The organization of the use of audiovisual recordings of synchronous classes in the process of distance learning
Modern network video conferencing services provide a variety of opportunities for conducting synchronous classes in a distance learning system. The article summarizes the 5-year experience of using Skype and Vimeo network services for distance learning, combining high-tech and high-touch approaches to increase the effectiveness of teaching. A method of rational organization of the information space of synchronous remote high-touch sessions in mini-groups is proposed. The software applications are described that contribute to increasing the attractiveness of the primary presentation of information to students of the Y generation in the distance learning process. It is recommended to use the capabilities of Microsoft Whiteboard and Sketch on a screen fragment applications to illustrate the discussed information and then publish illustrations in online albums of the training groups of specialized sites. The advantages and disadvantages of various software and hardware configurations when organizing remote sessions with their video recording are analyzed. The best way to organize a webinar for educational groups of up to 10 people is to use Skype messenger in the demonstration mode of the desktop and video recording of the communication process. It is recommended to publish distancelearning videos on the Vimeo service in order to increase the effectiveness of repetition, consolidation, control, systematization and generalization of educational information through the use of targeted collective notes associated with illustrations and additional educational materials.
audiovisual recording, distance learning, Internet, Skype, Vimeo, high-touch, high-tech, synchronous classes
Publication language: russian,  pages: 16 (p. 384-399)
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