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Staff and student views of lecture capture: a qualitative study

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Original languageEnglish
Article number23
JournalInternational Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education
Volume16
Issue number1
Early online date28 Jun 2019
DOIs
Accepted/In press27 May 2019
E-pub ahead of print28 Jun 2019
Published1 Dec 2019

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Abstract

Many universities now use lecture capture. We used focus groups to investigate perceptions of lectures and their capture in staff (N=8) and students (N=17). We found that staff and students held different views of lectures and this impacted on their perceptions of lecture capture. Our findings confirmed a range of previously identified uses of lecture capture and additionally demonstrated its use to model expert behaviour. Furthermore, we report here that students felt lecture capture reduced anxiety, particularly for those with disabilities, indicating that lecture capture may be a useful tool in creating an environment that supports mental wellbeing. Despite this potential value of lecture capture, it was still perceived to have some negative impact on the live lecture; reducing the interaction with students and prevent staff using anecdotes and humour in their teaching, which could reduce the value of the lecture capture.

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