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The use of video and audio on the web is now an integrated and established arena in tertiary education. Research emphasis for such web based video-audio teaching and learning experience has shifted towards enabling and enhancing userpsilas interaction, friendly navigation, collaborative learning and reflection. This paper examines EVA (Educational Video with collaborative Annotation), a web based interactive asynchronous video teaching and learning platform that supports collaborative temporal video book marking and HTML annotations in real time, synchronized video & annotation delivery, and auto-indexation of the content of the video bookmarks & associated annotations for easy searching and navigation. Several teaching and learning pilot projects using the EVA platform are currently being conducted in sport coaching, child development psychology, teacher professional learning, and social works. Initial feedbacks from these pilot studies have been positive.