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Screen Captured Video Feedback to Enhance Engagement with Laboratory Practical Work. Stephen McClean School of Biomedical Sciences University of Ulster Twitter: @PlanetChemistry Blog: StephenMcClean.com Email: [email protected] BMS105 Introductory Chemistry.

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Screen Captured Video Feedback to Enhance Engagement with Laboratory Practical Work

Stephen McClean

School of Biomedical SciencesUniversity of Ulster

Twitter: @PlanetChemistry

Blog: StephenMcClean.com

Email: [email protected]


BMS105 Introductory Chemistry

  • Chemistry ‘service teaching’ module

  • Provides foundational chemistry for further study in biochemistry, clinical biochemistry, molecular biology etc.

  • Taken by students in Biomedical Sciences, Human Nutrition, Food and Nutrition, Dietetics & Biology

  • 140+ students in each academic year







Video Part 3 – Learning for Next Practical



Online Feedback Provided… available…

  • You Tube screencast video

  • Screencast video on module website

  • MP3 audio file

Image credit: bit.ly/1n2e3Dd


What did our students say? available…

  • Students “dynamically surveyed” during semester one (2013/14) when feedback was being provided

  • Turning Point audience response system used

  • Typically n= 80 students per survey

  • Full evaluation and focus group to be convened in April 2014

Image credit: bit.ly/1jZkUsy


So far my preferred means of receiving notifications about bms105 is
So far my preferred means of receiving notifications about BMS105 is:

  • Email

  • Text Message

  • Twitter

  • Facebook

  • In-class announcements


When i receive a text message with a link to feedback online i will most likely
When I receive a BMS105 is:text message with a link to feedback online I will most likely….

  • Click the link immediately

  • Wait until I am at a PC and then type in the link

  • Wait for the link to be sent by email & then access it

  • Go straight to Planet Chemistry and look for the link

  • Other…..


I find that video feedback is not useful
I find that video feedback is BMS105 is:not useful

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Somewhat Agree

  • Neutral

  • Somewhat Disagree

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


It is BMS105 is:very important that feedback materials should be supplied so that they may be readily accessed on a mobile device...

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Somewhat Agree

  • Neutral

  • Somewhat Disagree

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


Given one choice the type of feedback i prefer would be
Given BMS105 is:one choice the type of feedback I prefer would be….

  • Verbal, in class

  • Personalised MP3 Audio

  • Personalised Video

  • Written comments on submitted work

  • Other


BMS105 is:

“..I am able to receive oral feedback while following along with the video and step by step on the practical sheet in order to see where I went wrong. However written feedback is my most preferred mode of feedback.”

“..written feedback has been more useful, video has helped with calculations.”


Final reflections
Final Reflections BMS105 is:

  • Generic video feedback useful for large numbers of students

  • Opportunities for further learning may be incorporated such as video tutorials, calculations, techniques etc.

  • Individual feedback may be offered on electronic submissions of essays, literature reviews etc.

  • Further reading: The use of video technology for providing feedback to students: Can it enhance the feedback experience for staff and students? bit.ly/CrookEtAl2012


Final reflections1
Final Reflections BMS105 is:

  • Range of screen capture tools available such as Camtasia, Jing (free) and Screenr (free)

  • Can be initially time consuming to create screen captured learning resources but it is a worthwhile investment!

  • Once created they may be distributed widely


Acknowledgements BMS105 is:

  • Students on BMS105

  • HEA Teaching Development Grant Scheme


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