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Using web-based lecture technologies - advice from students

Using web-based lecture technologies - advice from students,Margot McNeill,Maree Gosper,Rob Phillips,Greg Preston,David Green

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    • ...Also, it is evident that recent advances in software have successfully overcome many of the difficulties encountered with earlier attempts at synchronisation (see [26])...
    • ...Conversely, research also shows that students report positive feedback on their use of screencasts finding them both convenient to use and beneficial to their learning sometimes in ways that are unanticipated [26]...
    • ...which is reflected in the accumulated body of evaluation evidence on student perceptions of screencast lectures [13, 24-29]...
    • ...As suggested earlier, there is also considerable evidence in the literature about academic anxiety relating to falling attendance at live lectures even though there is little evidence to suggest that this actually occurs [24, 26] This, again, confirms the amount of residual investment by academics that lecturing is, in itself, a good thing and to be preserved at all costs...

    Cath Ellis. 'You Can't Do That in a Classroom!': How Distributed Learning Can Assi...

    • ...These include: backup for when they are not able to attend classes for such reasons as illness, work and family commitments, travel constraints, disabilities, an additional study tool for review and revision of content and comprehension of complex concepts, study at their own pace, manage timetable clashes, and minimise language barriers (Williams & Fardon, 2005; McElroy & Blount, 2006; Phillips, et.al., 2007; Gosper, et.al., 2007; ...
    • ...These include: backup for when they are not able to attend classes for such reasons as illness, work and family commitments, travel constraints, disabilities, an additional study tool for review and revision of content and comprehension of complex concepts, study at their own pace, manage timetable clashes, and minimise language barriers (Williams & Fardon, 2005; McElroy & Blount, 2006; Phillips, et.al., 2007; Gosper, et.al., 2007; ...

    Stephen Roweet al. Can one size fit all? using web-based audiographics to support more fl...

    • ...Others have focused on the impact of new educational technologies, including web-based lecture capture systems such as Lectopia (or iLecture), which allow students to access digital recordings of the lecture (McElroy & Blount, 2006; McNeill et al., 2007; Williams & Fardon, 2007)...
    • ...McNeill et al., (2007) also identified the motivational aspect of ‘live’ lectures, and the ‘added value’ of having the lecturer present as important reasons for attending...
    • ...The idea that attending lectures should also stimulate interest, motivation and thought, a view shared by students and lecturers alike (McNeill et al., 2007; Phillips et al., 2007), was also evident here...
    • ...Further research needs to assess the impact of variations in the practice of lecturing (i.e., lecture style, Fardon, 2003; McNeill et al., 2007), and the type of technology used (i.e., video and podcasting, Williams & Fardon, 2007) on the usefulness of recorded lectures...

    Wendy McKenzie. Where are audio recordings of lectures in the new educational technolo...

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