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Lecture capture project overview

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Background to lecture capture research project carried out for King's College London, School of Biomedical Sciences, Oct 2012 to Oct 2013. Please see slide notes for further detail. …

Background to lecture capture research project carried out for King's College London, School of Biomedical Sciences, Oct 2012 to Oct 2013. Please see slide notes for further detail.

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  • Please cite as Sloman, L. (2013). Lecture capture research project: Project overview [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from…
  • The project focused just on lectures delivered in the Greenwood Theatre – used for core teaching to large student groups: Common Year 1 for 425 Biomedical Science students on various programs Phase 1 & 2 Medicine for 859 medical students (across 2 years)
  • Lectures in the Greenwood have been recorded for two academic years so far: Initially opt-in pilot, now opt-out Students are paid to check the quality and remove any private questions student ask at the end. A link is also sent to the lecturer in case they want to edit itRecordings usually available to students within a week after lecture.This year 416 of 613 lectures recorded = 68% (some opt-out, some technical problems, supplemented with some of last year’s recordings)
  • Students access the recordings via these links on the VLE,Virtual Campus (a bespoke VLE system). Often they have a choice of 3 formats:Real media: video, screen capture & audioVodcast: screen capture & audio (mp4)Podcast: audio only (mp3)
  • Scene feature (right hand side) allows viewer to scroll ahead/behind and jump directly to specific slidesWindows can be resized or closed
  • Left-hand visual input from screen – whether powerpoint, video or document camera
  • Highly competitive entry as expected for London-based medical degree. Also high non-academic expectations.Student body very multicultural. Foreign students have very strong English language skills. High proportion of graduate students (mostly in 20s)Entry to EMDP program may relax to BBB with interview for students at eligible non-selective state schools in London , Kent and Medway. Phase 1 & 2 covered at a slower pace, with greater support.
  • Equally multicultural with many graduate students.
  • The project was funded by the King’s Learning Institute’s Technology Enhanced Learning fund, based on a proposal by Ron Jacob and with guidance from a committee of staff & students.
  • 2 strengths of research design: time to use responses from lecturers to shape questions to students and vice versa comparison of self-report and behavioural data (server logs)NB server log data anonymous & students informed: only 1 opted out.(a) Lecturer mini-poll: 2 questions emailed to lecturers; 84 (66%) responded (b) Student server logs: 856 medical students (1 opted out) (c) Student pop-up survey: 1 question answered by 73% medical students on at least one occasion(d) Lecturer focus groups: 16 lecturers – divided into 9 enthusiastic/neutral & 7 unenthusiastic/neutral (e) Student term-time survey: 10-20min survey completed by 25% students(f) Student focus groups: 7 Yr2 medics (session with 3 Yr1 biomedical science students discounted)(g) Lecturer survey: completed by 31% lecturers (2 of which withheld data from external sharing)(h) Student post-exam survey: 5-10min survey completed by 20% students
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    • 1. Lecture capture research project leonie.sloman@kcl.ac.uk @leonie_learning
    • 2. @leonie_learning Project context
    • 3. @leonie_learning Lecture capture facilities at King’s College London (2012-13) Echo360 system is installed in three sites: • Guy’s Campus (7 lecture theatres) • Strand Campus (4 lecture theatres) • Waterloo Campus (1 lecture theatre)
    • 4. @leonie_learning 455, used for Medicine and Biomedical Science Greenwood Theatre (Guy’s Campus): capacity
    • 5. @leonie_learning Lecture capture system Room booked [Academic Centre Administrators] Recording links uploaded onto VLE [Virtual Campus team] Audio, video & screen image recorded [Echo360 system] [AV Services] Lecturers able to check/edit video Recordings edited [Paid Students]
    • 6. @leonie_learning invisible Student access is via their VLE in up to 3 formats
    • 7. @leonie_learning ‘Real Media’ format (Echo360)
    • 8. @leonie_learning ‘Real Media’ format (Echo360)
    • 9. @leonie_learning Medicine at King’s Entry: AAA & B AS level, incl biology & chemistry Phase 1 & 2 Introduction to Medical Science (856 students) • Standard 5-year program: 365 Yr 1 & 313 Yr 2 • Extended (EMDP) 6-year program: 104 Yr 1 & 46 Yr 2 • Graduate (GPEP) 4 –year program: 28 Yr 2
    • 10. @leonie_learning Biomedical Science at King’s 3yr BSc Entry: AAB, incl biology & chemistry Common Year One (425 students): biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, physiology, pharmacology, statistics & professional practice • 240 ‘Biomedical Sciences’ undecided/general • 61 Biochemistry, 59 Neuroscience, 25 Anatomy & human biology, 23 Pharmacology, 17 Molecular genetics
    • 11. @leonie_learning Project scope
    • 12. @leonie_learning Project aims • To understand how Year 1 & 2 medical students and Year 1 biomedical science students are using recorded lectures to support their studying and revision. • To understand how lecture capture affects lecturers’ teaching practice and experience
    • 13. @leonie_learning Project committee Lead: Ron Jacob, Director of Graduate & Professional Entry Program, Medicine TEL: David Byrne, Director of Virtual Campus & Technology Enhanced Learning Academics • Despo Papachristodoulou, Head of Medicine Yrs 1 & 2 • Peter Emery, Head of Nutrition & Dietetics • Stuart Knight, Deputy Head of Biomedical Sciences • Stephen Jones, Biomedical Sciences eLearning Representative • Helen Graham, Teaching & Learning Coordinator for Medicine • Liz Andrew, Deputy Head of Medicine Yrs 1 & 2 Students: Sharmin Malekout, Adam Mayers, Demetris Apsri King’s Learning Institute: Michele Westhead, KLI lead for Medicine & Nursing
    • 14. @leonie_learning Data sources (2012-13) Nov Lecturer self-report mini poll Dec Jan Feb Mar focus groups Apr May survey Student logs (medicine) Student self-report 1 week pop up survey survey 1 focus groups survey 2
    • 15. @leonie_learning Project outputs • Recommendations for College practice and policy • Guidance for students on how to maximise the pedagogic value of lecture capture (2 page pdf) • Guidance for lecturers (microsite) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Deciding whether to use lecture capture Technical & logistical matters (based on existing guidance) Teaching with lecture capture Studying with lecture capture Research about lecture capture Other ways of using video material