Impact of video recorded lectures among students
Swee Kit Alan Soong, Lay Kock Chan, Christopher Cheers
This study evaluates the impact of video recorded lectures on students who have accessed them as part of their studies at the Nanyang Technological University. A survey was designed and administered to this group of students. In addition, data on the usage of video recorded lectures between July 2005 and June 2006 was extracted from the server. The findings indicated that the usage among students has been far beyond expectations. It also suggested that the video recorded lectures have benefited the students as it has enhanced their learning experience in the University.
Keywords: teaching and learning strategies, ICT policies and strategies