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Video lecture capture (VLC) system: A comparison of student versus faculty perceptions

Abstract

A Video Lecture Capture (VLC) system was implemented to address issues relating to retention, and to reverse the trend of high drop, failure, and withdrawal (DFW) rates. The purpose of this study was to examine student perceptions of how using VLC impacted their academic performance. Areas of interest surrounded students’ perceived benefits, value, and helpfulness of using the system. In addition, the study probed the concern of many about the impact using VLC would have upon class attendance. Finally the study compared students’ perceptions about their performance as a result of using VLC with faculty perceptions about their students’ performance as a result of using VLC. It was hypothesized that there is a significant difference between student and faculty perceptions.

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Toppin, I.N. Video lecture capture (VLC) system: A comparison of student versus faculty perceptions. Educ Inf Technol 16, 383–393 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-010-9140-x

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Keywords

  • Lecture capture system
  • Video lecture
  • Panopto
  • Coursecast
  • Retention
  • Online learning