OWD2011 - 5 - Weblectures - Leo de Jong

  • 266 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
266
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
6
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Windmills, Wooden Shoes & Web lecturesA perceptual Map on the Use of Web lectures in theNetherlandsBy: Gwen Noteborn, MSc, MA
  • 2. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 2
  • 3. Project evaluation • Student evaluation - Questionnaire - General (all pilots) - Specific (per course) • Technical evaluation - Questionnaire • Teacher evaluation - Questionnaire - Semi-structured interviewDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 3
  • 4. Student Evaluation• Evaluation on form and function• Evaluation on (a)-motivation• Self-determination theory – autonomy• Sense of relatedness• Instructional settings• General behaviorDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 4
  • 5. General Evaluation: MotivationDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 5
  • 6. Motivation• 44,6% extrinsicmotivated• 55,4 % intrinsicmotivated• No differencebetween student groups on: - Watchingmissed parts - Exampreparation - Making assignmentsIntrinsicmotivatedstudents watch more often an entire lectureDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 6
  • 7. “Kijkgedrag”• 77 % watch at home• 50 % watchfastforward• MostlyusedforexampreparationDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 7
  • 8. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 8
  • 9. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 9
  • 10. Students Usage of web LecturesDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 10
  • 11. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 11
  • 12. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 12
  • 13. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 13
  • 14. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 14
  • 15. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 15
  • 16. Substitution of F2F lecture?Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 16
  • 17. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 17
  • 18. Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 18
  • 19. Framework Instructional Framework • Instruction web lecture • Online Lectures • Web lectures with InteractionDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 19
  • 20. Instruction Web Lecture• Practicing skills within/outside the course• N= 323• Technology is sufficient• Watch mainlyfrom home• Useitforexampreparation• Does notreplace F2F lecturesDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 20
  • 21. Online Lectures• Tagging• Knowledge clips• Integration with other course relevant material• N = 239• Seeing the teacher offers extra value• Watch at home• Watch only the relevant parts or fast forward• Lessusedby students thanother types of web lecturesDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 21
  • 22. Interactive web lectures• Online Voting• Live broadcast• SMS-Vote• PollsDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 22
  • 23. Interactive Web Lecture: Results• N = 334• Watch at home and in the institute (another room)• Very high offline attendanceDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 23
  • 24. Wageningen @ MaastrichtDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 24
  • 25. Wagening @ Maastricht: Results UM WUR t-test difference Coh n M SD n M SDThe audio quality of the weblectures is good. 22 4,41 0,80 8 3,75 1,04 1,85**Did you use weblectures before in a different course? 23 1,87 0,34 10 1,50 0,53 2,04**Numbers of weblectures attended or watched 23 3,61 0,58 10 4,00 0,00 -3,22*I get inspired by the teacher 23 3,52 1,04 10 4,20 0,79 -1,84**It enables me to be part of a larger group 23 2,74 1,14 10 3,70 1,16 -2,22*The advantage of the availability of videoconferenincing is: it enablesme to participate in otherwise unavailable courses 23 4,17 0,94 10 3,50 1,08 1,81**Independent Sample T-test for UM (n = 22-23) and WUR (n = 8- 10)* Coefficient is significant at .05 level (2-tailed)**Coefficient is significant at the 0.10 level (2-tailed)Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 25
  • 26. If given the choice… If given the choice I would rather: If given the choice I would rather: At which institute do you study?: Universiteit Maastricht (UM) At which institute do you study?: Universiteit Wageningen (WUR) Watch the lecture live as Watch the lecture done at WUR done at WUR I percieve both options as I percieve both o equal equal UM WURDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 26
  • 27. Transfer of Knowledge• 4 post-tests conducted• No significant differences between groups  no loss of knowledge during transfer, still loss of “ experience/emotions”• Significant differencebetween UM and WUR regarding: “Ik heb de mogelijkheid door weblectures deel te nemen aan anders niet beschikbare vakken” (M=4.17 ; SD=0.93) and Wageningen (M=3.45 ; SD=1.035)• Significant differencebetween UM and WUR regarding “Ik raak geïnspireerd door de docent” Maastricht (M=3.52 ; SD=1.038) and Wageningen (M=4.27 ; SD=0.78)Department of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 27
  • 28. For more information and more results, please contact: Gwen Noteborn gcm.noteborn@maastrichtuniversity.nl Or check out our project website: www.onlinelectures.nl www.weblectures.nlDepartment of Educational Research and Development – Maastricht University 28