Lecture capture as an element of the digital resource landscape - a qualitative study of flipped and non–flipped classrooms

A K Wood, T N Bailey, R. K. Galloway, J A Hardy, C J Sangwin, P J Docherty

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Abstract

While it is increasingly common for live lectures to be recorded and made available online, there has been little exploration of how lecture capture usage fits within the wider context of digital resources available to students. Here the authors report on in-depth semi-structured interviews with first-year students taking both flipped and non-flipped classes in mathematics and physics at the University of Edinburgh. Through thematic analysis two conceptual themes emerged: (a) Supporting learning in live lectures and (b) Self-customisation of learning. Students saw lecture capture as just one of a number of digital resources available to them, and their choice of resource depended on resource affordances, the way in which information was presented in lectures and their beliefs about learning. Digital resources seemed to support learning in lectures through reducing the multi-tasking involved in note-taking and by providing a safety net for missed notes. Implications for teaching practice are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-16
Number of pages16
JournalTechnology, Pedagogy and Education
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Apr 2021

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