Examining Students’ Perceptions of Helpfulness from Asynchronous Supplemental Video Modules in a Hybrid Technology Course

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2016-01-01
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Freeman, Steven
Mosher, Gretchen
Harvey, Matthew
Haughery, John
Ramaswamy, Sai
Freeman, Steven
Haughery, John
Mosher, Gretchen
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Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
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Summary: While ASVMs are a common pedagogical instrument used to extend learning beyond the classroom, it is unclear how helpful students perceive these to be. Analyzing these perceptions and relating them to the quantity of ASVMs watched by students can clarify the impact of this type of course content. Ultimately, this information can be used to determine the value of investing in the development of ASVMs for a course to increase student learning, satisfaction, and achievement.

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This abstract is published as Harvey, M., Haughery, J. R., Ramaswany, S., Freeman, S., Mosher, G.A. "Examining Students’ Perceptions of Helpfulness from Asynchronous Supplemental Video Modules in a Hybrid Technology Course," 2016 ATMAE Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, Nov. 2-5, 2016. Posted with permission.

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