We’re joined by Dr Jill MacKay, a lecturer of veterinary science education at the University of Edinburgh.
Jill has completed some fascinating research into lecture capture, how students use recordings, and why. The data is really encouraging, so it’s worth a listen to hear some of the benefits, in particular for students from widening participation backgrounds.
As you’ll be able to tell, this was a wonderfully fun and interesting chat. Jill is a brilliant speaker, and shares some great resources to help you to use recordings to their best potential, in a way that helps both staff and students.
Stay tuned too, to learn how assessment could evolve for a practical subject like vetinary science, and how delivering teaching and learning in hybrid spaces might change, including using VR (virtual reality) and simulations.
- Read Lights, camera, active! Appreciation of active learning predicts positive attitudes towards lecture capture
- Read Echo 360 Research Grant: Engaged and Attending? Student use of recorded lectures as a revision aid
- Find out more about Echo360, who supported Dr Jill MacKay’s research
- Read Dr Jill’s blog: Fluffy Sciences
- Read QAA Scotland’s resources on lecture capture
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Dr Jill MacKay
Lecturer of veterinary science education, University of Edinburgh
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