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Bringing the classroom to the Web: Effects of using new technologies to capture and deliver lectures

Dey E, Burn H, Gerdes D ...see all

Research in Higher Education, vol. 50, issue 4 (2009) pp. 377-393

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Abstract

Abstract Technology expands instructional options for faculty, and this study examines the differential learning effects of offering a lecture on physics to students in a traditional classroom versus internet video formats. Based on an experiment conducted in a natural educational context, results indicate enhanced transfer of lecture information in the video formats relative to the live condition, with students also responding more positively to personalized

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  • College students
  • Distance learning
  • Instructional technology
  • Learning
  • Lecture capture

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Authors

  • Eric L. Dey

  • Helen E. Burn

  • David Gerdes

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