ClipIt is a social-collaborative Web-based learning platform. It provides teachers with authoring tools to design activities revolving around threshold concepts, in which students are asked to perform and compose videos that illustrate their peers using a juxtaposition. ClipIt uses a reflective learning approach, scaffolded task-based activities, and peer feedback to stimulate engagement of content viewers and authors. An important part of how students interact inside ClipIt comes from the fact that they are asked to work in groups. This aggrupation can be done either by the teacher, or by the students themselves, as the teacher decides. During activities, students have different scopes of interaction (group and activity scopes), which also define the privacy of who can access each page. After activities have finished, material can be published for new people being able to learn from videos produced inside activities (site and global scopes).

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Contact person:

Estefanía Martín Barroso,