TITLE

The Influence of Instructor-Generated Video Content on Student Satisfaction with and Engagement in Asynchronous Online Classes

AUTHOR(S)
Draus, Peter J.; Curran, Michael J.; Trempus, Melinda S.
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Online Learning & Teaching;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p240
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies on the influence of video content on student outcomes in online courses generally reveal two consistent and contradictory themes: students perceive value in the content, but there is no measurable difference in student outcomes in courses that use video content. This study examined the influence of instructor-generated video content on student satisfaction (measured by satisfaction surveys), student engagement (measured by number of and length of discussion postings), and performance (grades and persistence). Findings included a high degree of perceived value from students through course surveys, which was consistent with the literature. Grades increased by 3.2% and student persistence rates were unaffected. Number and length of student discussion postings both increased in groups that used instructor-generated video content.
ACCESSION #
97080959

 

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