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Learning before and after the lecture:
the role of learning technology
Matt Cornock
E-Learning Development Team,
Academic ...
Module life
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Student Work
Key: Lecture. Workshop/Seminar. Assessment.
Lectures m...
Limitations of the lecture
Time to process Opportunity to discuss
Application to practice Engagement
Further studyForms of...
Lecture activities and independent study
Delivery of content, inspiration, engagement in lectures
Structured, scaffolded a...
Edited/Reshot
Lectures
Video as a resource or activity?
Adapted from: Young. C. and Moes, S. (2013) Figure 8: The REC:all ...
Lecture Capture
Example: https://replay.york.ac.uk/ess/echo/presentation/4d744131-34a6-4a17-92b9-021052535d2a
Supporting independent study
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analysing
Evaluating
Creating
LearnerIndependence
Higher O...
Case Study: Psychology & Biology
‘It would have been nice to
have recordings of lectures.’
‘Class capture video
replays ar...
Case Study: Psychology & Biology
Research project exploring…
 Resources and learning activities in class
 Resources and ...
Diaries
“To help with analysing the results of the
[Module B] practical. Looked up how to work
out standard deviation of r...
Interviews
obviously reading and listening at the
same time, it can be quite difficult
sometimes and lecture recording giv...
Interviews
I find usually the notes the second time
around are a lot more condensed and a
lot more useful rather than babb...
Interviews
if there is something I have completely
missed or there is nothing about it that
I understand I will just make ...
Interviews
get a different perspective and
coming from someone who is an
expert in that area
“
“it’s just like another tex...
Key themes
Students think about how they will use lecture capture
during the live lecture
Lecture captures are used in add...
Supporting students’ independent study
How do you support students’ use of lecture
content in their independent study?
htt...
Changing role for the lecture?
For your context, can the lecture time be used
for something different?
Does the lecture ha...
Conclusion
Relationship between lectures and students’
independent study practice.
Learning design can support independent...
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Learning Before and After the Lecture: the role of learning technologies

  1. 1. Learning before and after the lecture: the role of learning technology Matt Cornock E-Learning Development Team, Academic Support Office
  2. 2. Module life L L L L L L L LL W S W S W S A W S W S W S Student Work Key: Lecture. Workshop/Seminar. Assessment. Lectures may be sequential or discrete (team taught, individual topics) Lectures and seminars/ workshops/ labs may connect indifferent ways How does face-to-face time link with independent study through activity and resource provision?
  3. 3. Limitations of the lecture Time to process Opportunity to discuss Application to practice Engagement Further studyForms of content Fixed, one-time event
  4. 4. Lecture activities and independent study Delivery of content, inspiration, engagement in lectures Structured, scaffolded activity Self-directed learning Provision of resources
  5. 5. Edited/Reshot Lectures Video as a resource or activity? Adapted from: Young. C. and Moes, S. (2013) Figure 8: The REC:all framework. How to move beyond lecture capture: Pedagogy Guide. REC:all. Media & Learning Association. Available at http://association.media-and-learning.eu/sites/default/files/how_to_move_beyond_lecture_capture_pedagogy_guide.pdf Remembering Understanding Applying Analysing Evaluating Creating Lecture Capture Knowledge/ information with discussion Activity using video clips Live webinar or video conference Student- generated video LearnerIndependence Higher Order Learning
  6. 6. Lecture Capture Example: https://replay.york.ac.uk/ess/echo/presentation/4d744131-34a6-4a17-92b9-021052535d2a
  7. 7. Supporting independent study Remembering Understanding Applying Analysing Evaluating Creating LearnerIndependence Higher Order Learning Activity using video clips Lecture Capture Edited/Reshot Lectures How can we move lecture capture up to higher order learning? It doesn’t have to be just about memorisation, but by exploring student study practices, we find lecture capture becomes an embedded part of student activity.
  8. 8. Case Study: Psychology & Biology ‘It would have been nice to have recordings of lectures.’ ‘Class capture video replays are very useful.’ BUT… what does this really tell us?
  9. 9. Case Study: Psychology & Biology Research project exploring…  Resources and learning activities in class  Resources and learning activities out of class  Approach to using lecture recordings  Expectations and motivations for using recordings  Changes in study behaviour as a result of provision
  10. 10. Diaries “To help with analysing the results of the [Module B] practical. Looked up how to work out standard deviation of residuals in linear regression.” Participant use of Module A recording “I couldn’t write as fast as lecturer was talking and missed a few points that was made. Wanted to make sure I fully understood the theory she was explaining” “Curious about this workshop that had been on at the same time as [another] seminar.” Participant use of CV Workshop recording
  11. 11. Interviews obviously reading and listening at the same time, it can be quite difficult sometimes and lecture recording gives you more of an opportunity to understand more “less pressure within the lecture” “ “you can kind of just focus on what they’re saying rather than like having to scribble notes all the time, which is good”
  12. 12. Interviews I find usually the notes the second time around are a lot more condensed and a lot more useful rather than babblings from listening to something the first time round “ “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 thing”
  13. 13. Interviews if there is something I have completely missed or there is nothing about it that I understand I will just make that mark on the printed lecture slide“
  14. 14. Interviews get a different perspective and coming from someone who is an expert in that area “ “it’s just like another text book”
  15. 15. Key themes Students think about how they will use lecture capture during the live lecture Lecture captures are used in addition to established learning resources Lecture captures form part of an overall study approach that is dependent on the student
  16. 16. Supporting students’ independent study How do you support students’ use of lecture content in their independent study? http://bit.ly/mc-ltconf15
  17. 17. Changing role for the lecture? For your context, can the lecture time be used for something different? Does the lecture have to be for knowledge transfer, or can other learning opportunities be designed-in to the face-to-face time.
  18. 18. Conclusion Relationship between lectures and students’ independent study practice. Learning design can support independent study with activity and resource provision.

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