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Students and recorded lectures can you count on them

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Presentation used during the Media and Learning / REC:ALL webinar on 6 march 2014.

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Students and recorded lectures can you count on them

  1. 1. Students and recorded lectures can you count on them? Pierre Gorissen Fontys University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands P.Gorissen@fontys.nl
  2. 2. • Eindhoven, Tilburg, Venlo, Sittard, Den Bosch, Veghel • 40,000 students, • 4,000 staff • 100 Bachelor programs • 24 Master programs, • 11 Assoc. Degree programs
  3. 3. Research into the use of recorded lectures • How do students use the recordings? – What do they say? – What do they do? • Usage paterns? • Can we support their use with tags? • Do students perform better?
  4. 4. Recorded Lectures
  5. 5. How do students use them? • Online questionnaire – 1,122 students – 7 courses • Interviews • Data on the server: – 1,500,000 lines of log data – Filter / Clean / Analyse
  6. 6. Some results • Most students watch at home • No major technical issues • Students want all lectures to be recorded • Quality of lecture has no major influence on use • Students prefer live lectures • Differences in use by different groups of students
  7. 7. Results 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% < 10% 10% - 25% 25% - 50% 50% - 75% > 75% Students % of recording viewed VragenlijstQuestionnaires
  8. 8. Results 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% < 10% 10% - 25% 25% - 50% 50% - 75% > 75% Students % of recording viewed Vragenlijst Logbestanden Questionnaires Log data
  9. 9. Usage Patterns 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Numberofsessions Year – Week number ① ② ④ ③
  10. 10. Research into the use of recorded lectures • How do students use the recordings? – What do they say? – What do they do? • Usage paterns? • Can we support their use with tags? • Do students perform better?
  11. 11. Tagging experiment #1
  12. 12. Tagging experiment #2
  13. 13. Conclusions • Students view shorter with tags • Use of tags increases when exam approaches • Students using tags score better for the exam • Students… – Can tag good enough – Don’t all tag the same – Don’t tag the same as the expert
  14. 14. Research into the use of recorded lectures • How do students use the recordings? – What do they say? – What do they do? • Usage paterns? • Can we support their use with tags? • Do students perform better?
  15. 15. Do students perform better? • Students that used the recordings scored higher for the tests. – But…. • Without a specific reason to use a recording, students will not view them. – Who/what is the biggest influencer in that case? • The context of the research is of big influence on the use of the recordings. – Makes results harder to replicate or copy.
  16. 16. Want to know more?! http://recordedlectures.com/ P.Gorissen@fontys.nl

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