Effective Use of Lecture Capture: Lessons from a Large Lecture Hall Course Project

Monday, February 09 | 5:00PM–5:45PM
Session Type: Professional Development
This presentation will be a report on an iterative project that has been taking place at the School of Communication and Information (SC&I), at Rutgers University in the area of integrating lecture capture technology into a large lecture hall course. One gap that we have identified in the literature is that students are rarely trained in how to successfully use lecture recordings for learning; they often apply surface strategies instead of deeper, more productive approaches. Based on this understanding, we are conducting a study on the incorporation of a learning strategies training activity, which will utilize self-explanation with recorded lectures viewing.

OUTCOMES: Identify the pros and cons of lecture capture in a large lecture hall course * Understand the need for training on lecture recording use * Learn about self-explanation training to assist students with learning from lecture recordings


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