EVALUATING THE BENEFITS OF PROVIDING ARCHIVED ONLINE LECTURES TO IN-CLASS MATH STUDENTS
Author(s)Cascaval, Radu C
Contributor(s)CU System - President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative, UCCS Student Achievement Assessment Committee
KeywordsSupplemental instructional materials, online archives, student achievement, performance assessment
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AbstractThe present study examines the impact of the online archiving system developed at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on the in-class students enrolled in traditional math courses. A web survey has been designed for collecting data on potential changes in attitudes and behaviors (such as study habits), on the dynamics of professor-student relation, and on overall student performance enhancement. The results indicate that the presence of the archived lectures and lecture notes adds significant value to the learning process with notable improvements in the perceived student performance and overall experience in the class.