Lecture Capture – can it help ‘hard to reach’ students?

Matthew Newcombe

Abstract


What are the consequences of implementing Lecture Capture technology and how does it support students, especially those who are ‘hard to reach’? There is growing evidence about the benefits to students that lecture recordings provide and, in particular, about how they can directly support specific groups of learners.  However, it is not easy to balance the needs of students with academic concerns, technological barriers and policy issues which need to be overcome. This piece presents the author’s views, having supported the wide-scale use of lecture capture technology since 2008. 


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Taplin, R.H., Low, L.H. and Brown, A.M. (2011) 'Students’ satisfaction and valuation of web-based lecture recording technologies.' Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(2), 175–191.

Yeung, A., Raju, S. and Sharma, M.D. (2016) 'Online lecture recordings and lecture attendance: Investigating student preferences in a large first year psychology course.' Journal of Learning Design, 9(1), 55–71.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21100/jeipc.v3i1.602

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