Using Exam Analytics to Evaluate Student Use of Lecture Capture Recordings
Recently, Dan Thompson, Coordinator of Instructional Design, Assessment, and Educational Technology at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, discussed the relationship between student use of lecture capture recording resources and their performance on assessments in his webinar, “Using Exam Analytics to Evaluate Student Use of Lecture Capture Recordings.”
The key takeaways from the presentation include:
- Have faculty support staff create the program’s category structure to streamline the process and aggregate cohesive data.
- It isn’t necessarily the use of lecture capture that has a greater impact on student learning, but how the lecture capture is being used.
- ExamSoft provides hard data that shows that using lecture capture has the potential to improve student results.
The presentation gives insight into the use of ExamSoft’s category feature to measure the affects of lecture capture devices on student learning. Dan also shares how programs can create a review process for this type of technology use and how the results from that process can be used to establish reviews for other educational technology programs as well.
"The more we reviewed our assessment statistics, the more we were able to see what leads to student success.”
View a PDF copy of the presentation.
About the Author
Dan holds a Master of Science in Technology Enhanced Learning and a Bachelor of Science in Adolescent/Young Adult Education from the University of Dayton. His background as a secondary-level educator drives his research and professional interests, including the appropriate use of summative and formative assessment and how the data they produce can be used to positively impact teaching and learning. Dan currently assists faculty at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in course design and development, while also introducing new methods of utilizing educational technology in the curriculum to create a learner-centered environment.Follow on Twitter More Content by Dan Thompson
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