Recorded lectures don’t replace the ‘real thing’: What the students say

Barbara C. Panther, Jennifer A. Mosse, Wendy Wright

Abstract


Many face-to-face lecture programs are supplemented by recorded lectures. In this study on-campus students were surveyed regarding their experiences of face-to-face and recorded lectures. The majority of students favoured face-to-face lectures due to the ability to interact with lecturers and other students and the ability to ask questions in real time. Recorded lectures were seen to be useful for clarification and revision, due to the ability to rewind, pause and review.

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