Assessing Student Performance and Perceptions in Lecture Capture vs. Face-to-Face Course Delivery

A research from the University of Central Florida evaluated students performance and perceptions in lecture capture vs face to face learning methods.

An interesting finding was that students in the LC format gave the instructor slightly higher ratings than those in the face-to-face sections, even with all readings, assignments, and exams being the same.

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http://informingscience.org/jite/documents/Vol10/JITEv10p295-307Euz...

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