Experiences using video technologies in teaching programming


  • Erlend Tøssebro University of Stavanger


This paper deals with experiences of the author and other staff at UiS in using recorded lectures and other video technologies in teaching.. F ewer students show up for the lectures than they used to before recording and streaming was introduced,, which means that the teacher has much less contact with the students.. The videos are used b y students who cannot or do not want to attend the regular lectures.. The videos are also used for repetition and checking things that students struggle with.. Only a few students watch whole recorded lectures,, the majority just watch smaller parts of them.. Recorded lectures are popular with the students.. There appears to be little difference in student performance as measured in exam results before and after recorded lectures was introduced.





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