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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching

2016 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Use of Lecture Capture and Student Performance in Physiology

    Rim Mekonnen Hadgu, Sophia Huynh & Chaya Gopalan

    Lecture capture technology is fairly new and has gained interest among higher institutions, faculty and students alike. Live-lecture (LL) is captured in real-time and this recording, LC, is made... More

    pp. 11-18

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  2. The Use of Pre-Recorded Lectures on Student Performance in Physiology

    Rim Mekonnen Hadgu, Sophia Hoang-Vy Huynh & Chaya Gopalan

    There has been an increase in reliance on pre-recorded lectures (PRL) as a source of learning in place of live-lectures (LL) in higher education today but whether PRL can effectively replace LL... More

    pp. 105-112

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  3. Virtual Learning Environments as Mediating Factors in Student Satisfaction with Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

    Simon Cassidy

    Virtual learning environments (VLE) have become a standard feature of most courses in higher education, offering the potential to facilitate and improve teaching and learning. Whilst there is an... More

    pp. 113-123

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