Do patterns in the YouTube viewing analytics of Lecture Capture videos point to areas of potential teaching and learning performance enhancement? The goal of this action based research project was to capture and quantitatively analyse the viewing behaviours and patterns of a series of video lecture captures across several computing modules in Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland. The research sought to establish if a quantitative analysis of viewing behaviours coupled with a qualitative evaluation of the material provided from the students could be correlated to provide generalised patterns that could then be used to understand the learning experience of students during face to face lectures and, thereby, present opportunities to reflectively enhance lecturer performance and the students’ overall learning experience and, ultimately, their level of academic attainment.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Aug 2015|
|Event||Emerging Technologies in Authentic Learning Contexts Within Higher Vocational Education - Cape Town, South Africa|
Duration: 31 Aug 2015 → 03 Sep 2015
|Conference||Emerging Technologies in Authentic Learning Contexts Within Higher Vocational Education|
|Period||31/08/2015 → 03/09/2015|
- Lecture Capture