How the Availability of Streamed Lectures Modifies Undergraduate Student Behavior

Wednesday, October 13 | 3:30PM–4:20PM | Meeting Room 210C
Session Type: E2010
Most large research universities expend a great deal of effort and significant financial resources providing some form of lecture capture, yet the parameters of student usage are only vaguely explored. In this session, UCLA's Office of Instructional Development will provide longitudinal analysis of more than five years' data on webcasting and student study behaviors.


  • Joanne Valli-Marill

    Director, Evaluation & Educational Assessment, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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