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NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of  Panopto
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NTLTC 2011 Student perceptions of the value of Panopto

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Alison Campbell, Tracy Bowell & Lyn Hunt, University of Waikato

Alison Campbell, Tracy Bowell & Lyn Hunt, University of Waikato

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  • 1. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Student perceptions of the value of Panopto Alison Campbell, Tracy Bowell, & Lyn Hunt The University of Waikato Private Bag 3105 Hamilton, New Zealand 0800 WAIKATO www.waikato.ac.nz
  • 2. 14 October 2011
    • Virtual lecture capture (VLC) technologies such as Panopto allow students & staff to access lectures outside of ‘normal’ classes:
    • audio
    • video
    • powerpoint slides
    • ‘ in-show’ videos/websites
    • anything else that the camera is configured to record
    •  more flexible learning opportunities.
    Potential benefits for all participants.
  • 3. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Many academic staff express concerns that use of VLC will see a drop in lecture attendance. Student attitudes/perceptions? ?
  • 4. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Using Panopto at the University of Waikato Surveyed students in BIOL101, STAT121, PHIL250. 168 students responded to a question on how often they used VLC resources:
  • 5. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO
    • 27% of students did not make use of recorded lectures
    • Have attended lectures & do not require catching up through panopto;
    • Did not need to, course notes were substantial;
    • They didn't work properly quite often;
    • I only have dial-up internet at my house out in the country.
  • 6. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Of those who accessed recordings at least some of the time, 2/3 found them very helpful, & the rest ‘somewhat helpful’.
  • 7. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Students’ reasons for using recordings indicate that the availability of lectures in this mode supports more flexible learning options:
  • 8. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Some users look at lectures soon after the original class.
  • 9. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Recordings are obviously used as a revision tool 
  • 10. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO For those who didn’t use recordings, access is an issue for a large minority (20.3%).
  • 11. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO
    • But what are students’ perceptions of VLC?
    • They are always good to go back on & go over if something was missed or hard to grasp.
    • It didn't put me off going to the lectures because I found the lectures easier to learn from but was so useful when I needed to go over something the lecturer had said.
    • Even though I haven't used them, I feel they are good to have & do like having them there if required.
    • As a tool for long-distance learning I think that they are excellent. But having the lectures available to watch could have a detrimental effect on class attendance.
  • 12. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO
    • Makes learning easier for people who are visual & listening learners.
    • If I forgot about a topic etc I could go back to panopto to re-look at it & get a better understanding. If I missed a lecture for some reason I was able to go back and watch it.
    • I could go back & pause important information & write notes about things I missed in class.
    • I never missed a lecture but as exams get closer I know I will definitely use it to revise.
  • 13. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO
    • They also felt that lecturers might benefit from more training:
    • most recordings were missing sound/not recorded at all;
    • that students needed clearer advice on access options:
    • I was unaware there were lecture recordings;
    • Is there a 'how to use' guide on panopto somewhere? I am completely new to this & I cannot access all its features;
    • and that VLC should be expanded into other papers & classes:
    • Keep doing this! Helps my understanding. I wish my other lecturers did this too.
  • 14. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO And the lecturers’ perceptions? Concerns that making VLC recordings available would see a drop in lecture attendance weren’t realised. Good to be able to do ‘extra’ recordings to cover difficult concepts. Extremely beneficial learning tool for students who have to miss a class. Allows students to be more flexible in what & how they learn – opportunity to become more responsible for their own learning. Richer & more engaging experience than simply reading through lecture notes. Not perfect e.g. only the lecturer’s input to a class is recorded. Well worth using to reflect on one’s own teaching performance.
  • 15. 14 October 2011 © THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO • TE WHARE WANANGA O WAIKATO Where to from here?

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