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Rebecca Ferriday, Cardiff University
Innovative Lecture Capture
Ineffective Lecture Capture…
Ineffective Lecture Capture…
“I was a nurse, and now a lecturer, and my
skills are all tied to nursing. I can use a
comput...
Ineffective Lecture Capture…
“Research has shown that students
tend to believe that lecture capture
helps their performanc...
School of Healthcare Sciences Model
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Benefits…and Drawbacks
Benefits
• Assesses students’ comprehension of the film clip they have watched
• Breaks up what cou...
References:
Bongey, S. B., Cizadlo, G., & Kalnbach, L. (2006). Explorations in course-casting: Podcasts in higher
educatio...
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Innovative Lecture Capture

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One of the papers I presented at INTED2015. This examines the method I have been using to make lecture capture a more interesting proposition for students

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Innovative Lecture Capture

  1. 1. Rebecca Ferriday, Cardiff University Innovative Lecture Capture
  2. 2. Ineffective Lecture Capture…
  3. 3. Ineffective Lecture Capture… “I was a nurse, and now a lecturer, and my skills are all tied to nursing. I can use a computer to do what I need to do…but I don’t feel confident enough to look at video editing and I…don’t have the time to learn or make these things.” Interview with lecturer, 2014
  4. 4. Ineffective Lecture Capture… “Research has shown that students tend to believe that lecture capture helps their performance by alleviating academic anxiety and improving the quality of their learning experiences.” (Bongey et al., 2006; Deal, 2007; Traphagan, 2005). “Students highly value lecture capture. On a large-scale survey carried out at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, some 82% of undergraduate students indicated their strong preference for the provision of recorded lectures over the Internet.” (Veeramani & Bradley, 2008)
  5. 5. School of Healthcare Sciences Model 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  6. 6. Benefits…and Drawbacks Benefits • Assesses students’ comprehension of the film clip they have watched • Breaks up what could be a long and tedious process • Records student interactions Drawbacks • Takes time to edit films and develop interactive activities…need a dedicated Learning Technologist to do this? • If the lecture is updated, all accompanying materials may need to be updated as well
  7. 7. References: Bongey, S. B., Cizadlo, G., & Kalnbach, L. (2006). Explorations in course-casting: Podcasts in higher education. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 23 (5), 350–367. Deal, A. (2007). Carnegie Mellon teaching with technology white paper: Lecture Webcasting. Accessed 12th January 2015: http://www.cmu.edu/teaching/resources/PublicationsArchives/StudiesWhitepapers/LectureWe bcasting_Jan07.pdf Traphagan, T. (2005). Class lecture Webcasting, fall 2004 and spring 2005: A case study. Program evaluation report. The University of Texas at Austin. Veeramani, R., & Bradley, S. (2008). UW-Madison online-learning study: Insights regarding undergraduate preference for lecture capture. University of Wisconsin-Madison: E-Business Institute. Accessed 12th January 2015: http://www.uWebi.org/news/uw-online-learning.pdf
  8. 8. bexferriday aboutme/rferriday

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