Are captured live lectures appropriate for delivery as primary online course content? A question of fidelity

Carol Miles, Kavitha Palaniappan

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Abstract

The use of lecture capture technology to provide students with the ability to review lecture material and to retrospectively “attend” missed lectures has become common practice in Australia and around the world. This panel discussion follows the evolution of university teachers’ acceptance and application of this technology over the past 10 years, and explores the potential for misuse or overuse of captured lectures beyond the provision of review materials.
One specific concern relating to misuse of captured lectures relates to their application for the provision of primary course content to both fully online student cohorts and those studying in different locations from where the live lectures were captured. In other words, using captured lectures as original teaching content for students not attending the lecture that was captured. Panel members consider the style of video learning objects that are most effective for students engaging in online study, and suggest that captured live lectures meet few of these criteria. Recommendations for best practice are offered.
Original languageEnglish
Pages635-637
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event36th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education: ASCILITE 2019 - Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore, Singapore
Duration: 02 Dec 201905 Dec 2019
http://2019conference.ascilite.org/
http://2019conference.ascilite.org/assets/proceedings/ASCILITE-2019-Proceedings-Final.pdf (proceedings)

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Conference36th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education
Abbreviated titlePersonalised Learning. Diverse Goals. One Heart.
CountrySingapore
CitySingapore
Period02/12/1905/12/19
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    Miles, C., & Palaniappan, K. (2019). Are captured live lectures appropriate for delivery as primary online course content? A question of fidelity. 635-637. Abstract from 36th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education, Singapore, Singapore. http://2019conference.ascilite.org/assets/proceedings/ASCILITE-2019-Proceedings-Final.pdf