Lecture capture use in engineering education: Influence of students' social and behavioral factors and teachers' perceptions
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This paper discusses the influence of students’ social and behavioral features on lecture capture use in the learning of engineering courses, as well as teachers’ perceptions of pedagogical changes and students’ performance. Results show that the students’ perceptions about lecture capture are highly positive in terms of improving learning and academic performance. With respect to behavioral factors like attention deficit, the study suggests that a significant number of students having difficulties in maintaining attention during lectures and rely on lecture capture for further understanding. With respect to social factors, variation in the use of lecture capture has also been observed between native and non-native English speaking students, and in students with different levels of past experience in using lecture capture. Lecturers of these engineering courses have expressed optimism about using lecture capture, and have raised concerns about restrictive teaching styles, and the requirement for technological improvements and adequate training.
Computer Applications in Engineering Education
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Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified