Assessing the impact of recorded lectures on learning effectiveness

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Abstract

Recorded lectures are a useful tool for pedagogical practice in tertiary education. This study provides a large quantitative analysis to examine the impact of using supplementary lecture recordings and empirically corroborates results from other fields. Our analysis examines impact on student academic performance which explores a facet that is complementary to similar studies in the existing literature. Our findings indicate that the usage of recordings is positively related to academic performance. Our results also demonstrate that the lowest performing decile of students have less motivation to use recorded videos and additional resources may need to be provided to improve the learning experience for these students.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHEAd 2022
Subtitle of host publicationEighth International Conference on Higher Education Advances
EditorsJ Domenech
Place of PublicationValencia
PublisherUniversitat Politecnica de Valencia
Pages199-206
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9788413960036
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jun 2022
Event8th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’22) - Valencia, Spain
Duration: 14 Jun 202217 Jun 2022

Publication series

NameInternational Conference on Higher Education Advances
Volume2022-June
ISSN (Electronic)2603-5871

Conference

Conference8th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’22)
Country/TerritorySpain
CityValencia
Period14/06/2217/06/22

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Keywords

  • Educational technology
  • Learning assessment
  • Teaching and learning experiences
  • Educational teahnology

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