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How students use lecture captures as part of their studying

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Nine study workflows that use lecture capture to enhance student learning. Suggestions and quotes from students interviewed as part of our lecture capture research in 2015, updated based upon focus group feedback Spring 2016. Further information at http://bit.ly/replay-research-nov15

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How students use lecture captures as part of their studying

  1. 1. Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips how students use lecture captures as part of their studying Photo: flickr.com/sarahreido/3245498261
  2. 2. If you have been to the lecture and then you watch the recording you still have the knowledge, memory of the experience, what happened in the lecture and where the lecturer was pointing, how they presented… “ Study suggestions and quotes from University of York students who participated in our research project in 2015. Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips
  3. 3. I’ll go over lectures on different skills before I go to practical and try and make sure that I understand the principles. Preparation for practical tasks Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lecture watch recording undertake practical note theoretical basis for practical task focus on specific sections relevant to practical task apply from lecture principles utilise during write-up appraise method and concept; re- watch capture to aid understanding
  4. 4. mind map first for the structure and then I would do a Quizlet; if I find I still don’t understand something I would make a document of explanations. Self-checking understanding of concepts Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lecture structure notes revision quiz note the key points and consider what you don’t understand highlight fundamental concepts and structure notes into chunks for creating self-check quiz use an online quiz-maker (e.g. Quizlet) or flash- cards to check understanding; use in- lecture questions as prompts re-watch lecture capture use recording to check answers, clarifying concepts you can’t answer confidently, writing explanations in your own words
  5. 5. you’ve got to remember all the concepts from the previous one; if I listen to lecture captures right next to each other I’ve got that fresh in my head. Thinking across the module Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lectures summarise lectures play back captures first exposure to ideas from the lecture content make summary notes on the lecture watch or listen to previous captures to see how ideas develop make connections expand summaries to show connections or use for preparation for next lecture
  6. 6. I will do any reading for a lecture, then I will go back to my original notes and will just have a read through; I might go to the lecture recording if there was a specific point Structured approach to reading Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lecture read references note the key points and get a sense of the topic follow up on specific references for points that were significant, misunderstood or interesting to you play back lecture capture use recording to clarify any concepts or to support supplementing notes with reading supplement notes check back to the notes you made, add detail or alternative perspectives based on your reading
  7. 7. I write my lecture notes out, I write my lecture capture notes up and I combine them onto one document together on the computer Definitive set of notes per lecture Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lectures play back captures create final notes create notes of key points and initial interpretation throughout term, create additional set of notes, focusing on detail type up notes, bringing together slides, own notes, text book content, interpretations return during revision if using a checklist of lectures, tick off when concepts understood, ready for revision or application
  8. 8. I experimented for a while with a sticky whiteboard: rub things out, slot things together, listening back to some stuff to get everything onto one page, almost like a mind map Creating visualisations of lecture content Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lecture play back captures note the key points and refer to handouts laying out key points, ideas, diagrams on a wall, whiteboard or virtual pinboard revise using visuals use visual resource to structure revision and provide summary of a topic create visual resource looking over visualisation with capture playing in background, following development of key points
  9. 9. when you first make notes in a lecture it is fresh in your memory; you don’t necessarily know straight after a lecture how well you know the content for an exam three months later Keeping ideas fresh in your head Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lectures other activities regular revision create notes during lecture continue with your studies, lectures, other activities on your course during or at the end of term, return to the lecture, revise key concepts using your notes play back captures if your notes are incomplete, or you cannot explain a key concept, revisit the lecture
  10. 10. I find that if you’re reading and listening to it you don’t miss as much. Or if you live far away or walk to uni you can use the audio Using captures on the move Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lecture download captures get a sense of how the content fits together revisit the lecture content and identify anything you were not sure about listen on the move use on the bus or whilst walking to get a refresh of the lecture complete your notes for some modules you will be able to download captures to your mobile device
  11. 11. If you are prioritising going over the lectures instead of doing the seminar reading, then everyone is losing out and you can’t learn from other people in the seminar Preparation for seminars Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips attend the lectures read for seminar play back captures create notes during lecture for an overview of the topic prepare for your seminar discussions where you apply and develop your understanding if you need to revisit a key concept from the lecture or seminar discussion prepare assessment use key concepts and arguments as appropriate from lectures, seminars and readings
  12. 12. Replay Lecture Capture Study Tips www.york.ac.uk/replay Quotes from University of York students who participated in our research project in 2015 and a focus group who reviewed the first edition of these resources in 2016. Further information at http://bit.ly/replay-research-nov15 Matt Cornock, E-Learning Development Team

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