Over the past decade, higher education has witnessed an increasing student demand to integrate modern technologies as part of the teaching, an example of which is lecture capture. Furthermore, there is supporting evidence that engagement with lecture capture has a positive impact on student achievements, including greater commitment to the course and better performance in summative assessments and examinations. Building on the latest features of lecture capture technology and following a successful pilot study, micro-lectures with embedded quizzes have been implemented at both undergraduate level on the BEng (Hons) Yacht and Powercraft Design, and postgraduate level on the Integrated Advanced Ship Design Master course (EMship+). Using an action-research methodology together with qualitative and quantitative student data, the development of this innovative use of lecture capture technology will be presented.
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry - London, United Kingdom|
Duration: 14 Nov 2018 → 15 Nov 2018
|Conference||Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry|
|Period||14/11/18 → 15/11/18|
Bibliographical note© 2018: The Royal Institution of Naval Architects
Souppez, J-B. (2018). Innovative Use Of Lecture Capture Technology In Undergraduate Yacht Design And Postgraduate Ship Design Courses. Paper presented at Education & Professional Development of Engineers in the Maritime Industry, London, United Kingdom.