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Why Use Lecture Capture?. Developed by Amanda Hardy and Juliet Hinrichsen for. Technology Pedagogy. Why Use LC?. Automated recording Storable, sharable, repeatable, re-usable Emergency planning Multimedia format Lecturer flexibility (time, materials, scheduling). Review and revision

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why use lecture capture
Why Use Lecture Capture?

Developed by Amanda Hardy and Juliet Hinrichsenfor

why use lc

Technology Pedagogy

Why Use LC?
  • Automated recording
  • Storable, sharable, repeatable, re-usable
  • Emergency planning
  • Multimedia format
  • Lecturer flexibility (time, materials, scheduling)
  • Review and revision
  • Languages, disabilities, conditions
  • Learning styles
  • Flexibility and convenience
  • F2F attentiveness
  • Source of answers/info
from the literature
From the Literature

Students report:

  • they find LC valuable (Buxton 2006, Bassili and Joordens2008)
  • an improved learning experience (Ambikairajahet al.2006)
  • a useful enhancement which helps them achieve better results(McElroy and Blount 2006, Soong et al. 2006, Gosper et al. 2007)
  • use of LC correlates with improved performance (although possibly not the only factor)(Yunuset al.2006, Bassili and Joordens 2008)
  • higher satisfaction with their course (Bassili and Joordens 2008)

Students use LC for:

  • convenience and practicality, note-taking aid, review and revision (Winer and Cooperstock 2002, Brotherton and Abowd 2004, Ambikairajahet al. 2006, McElroy and Blount 2006, Simpson 2006, Soong et al. 2006)
  • Students with disabilities seem to find particular value(Williams 2006)

ELTAC Exemplars http://cuba.coventry.ac.uk/lecturecapture/exemplars/

literature references
Literature References

Ambikairajah, E., Epps, J., Sheng, M., and Celler, B. (2006) ‘A New Mode of Teaching for Self-Directed Learning.’ In Doyle, S. and Mannis, A. (eds.) Proceedings of The International Conference on Innovation, Good Practice and Research in Engineering Education. Held July 24-26 2006 at The University of Liverpool. Liverpool: Tudor Print & Design Ltd: 56-61

Bassili, J. and Joordens, S. (2008) ‘Media Player Tool Use, Satisfaction with Online Lectures and Examination Performance.’ Journal of Distance Education 22, (2) 93-108

Brotherton, J.A. and Abowd, G.D. (2004) ‘Lessons Learned from eClass: Assessing Automated Capture and Access in the Classroom.’ ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 11, (2) 121-155Buxton, K., Jackson, K., deZwart, M., Webster, L., and Lindsay, D. (2006) ‘Recorded Lectures: Looking to the Future.’ In Markauskaite, L., Goodyear, P. and Reimann. P. (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education , ‘Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?’ Held December 3-6 2006 at the University of Sydney. Sydney: Sydney University Press: 101-104

Gosper, M., McNeill, M., Woo, K., Phillips, R. Preston, G., and Green, D. (2007) ‘Web-based Lecture Recording Technologies: Do Students Learn From Them?‘ In Proceedings of EDUCAUSE Australasia 2007, ‘Advancing Knowledge: Pushing Boundaries.’ Held April 29-May 2 2007 at Melbourne, Australia.

McElroy, J. and Blount, Y. (2006) ‘You, Me, and iLecture.’ In Markauskaite, L., Goodyear, P. and Reimann. P. (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education , ‘Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?’ Held December 3-6 2006 at the University of Sydney. Sydney: Sydney University Press: 549-558

Simpson, N. (2006) ‘Asynchronous Access to Conventional Course Delivery: A Pilot Project.‘ British Journal of Educational Technology 37, (4) 527-537

Soong, S.K.A., Chan, L.K., Cheers, C., and Hu, C. (2006) ‘Impact of Video Recorded Lectures Among Students.’ In Markauskaite, L., Goodyear, P. and Reimann. P. (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education , ‘Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?’ Held December 3-6 2006 at the University of Sydney. Sydney: Sydney University Press: 789-793

Williams, J. (2006) ‘The Lectopia Service and Students With Disabilities.’ In Markauskaite, L., Goodyear, P. and Reimann. P. (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education , ‘Who’s Learning? Whose Technology?’ Held December 3-6 2006 at the University of Sydney. Sydney: Sydney University Press: 881-884

Winer, L.R., and Cooperstock, J. (2002) ‘The “Intelligent Classroom”: Changing Teaching and Learning With An Evolving Technological Environment.‘ Computers and Education 38, (1-3) 253-266

Yunus, A.S., Kasa, Z., Asmuni, A., Samah, B.A., Napis, S., Yusoff, M.Z.M., Khanafie, M.R., and Wahab, H.A. (2006) ‘Use of Webcasting Technology in Teaching Higher Education.‘ International Education Journal 7, (7) 916-923