Video Capture of university lectures enables learners to be more flexible in their learning behaviour, for instance choosing to attend lectures in person or watch later. However attendance at lectures has been linked to academic success and is of concern for faculty staff contemplating the introduction of Video Lecture Capture. This research study was devised to assess the impact on learning of recording lectures in computer programming courses. The study also considered behavioural trends and attitudes of the students watching recorded lectures, such as when, where, frequency, duration and viewing devices used. The findings suggest there is no detrimental effect on attendance at lectures with video materials being used to support continual and reinforced learning with most access occurring at assessment periods. The analysis of the viewing behaviours provides a rich and accessible data source that could be potentially leveraged to improve lecture quality and enhance lecturer and learning performance.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Sep 2015|
|Event||The European Conference on Educational Research 2015 - Hungary, Budapest, Hungary|
Duration: 08 Sep 2015 → 11 Sep 2015
|Conference||The European Conference on Educational Research 2015|
|Period||08/09/2015 → 11/09/2015|
- Lecture capture