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Learning through videos: are disabled students using good note-taking strategies?

Learning through videos: are disabled students using good note-taking strategies?
Learning through videos: are disabled students using good note-taking strategies?
The importance of note-taking in face to face teaching and learning situations is well understood in terms of successful outcomes for the majority of students. Outcomes from interactions with online learning and the use of videos as a way of revising has been less well researched, in particular with disabled students. This paper aims to introduce the notion that not all disabled students who could use technology to support note taking necessarily find it effective although they prefer to listen and watch videos. A small survey provides an indication that students may not necessarily be making the best use of their technologies or have access to alternative ways of viewing online learning materials.
Where there are options to view videos using lecture capture systems; time constraints and the quality of the videos prove to be further barriers, rather than providing a successful outcome. Despite the possibility of multi-modal/multichannel approaches there also remains very little research on the subject in particular when using more recent Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). There are, however, indications that with the increased use of transcriptions and graphical tools, these options could offer good note-taking strategies as part of a more
inclusive approach for all students.
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461-467
Springer
James, Abi
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Draffan, E.A.
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Wald, Mike
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Miesenberger, Klaus
Buhler, Christian
Penaz, Petr
James, Abi
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Draffan, E.A.
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Wald, Mike
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Miesenberger, Klaus
Buhler, Christian
Penaz, Petr

James, Abi, Draffan, E.A. and Wald, Mike (2016) Learning through videos: are disabled students using good note-taking strategies? Miesenberger, Klaus, Buhler, Christian and Penaz, Petr (eds.) In Computers Helping People with Special Needs; 15th International Conference, ICCHP 2016 Linz, Austria, July 13–15, 2016 Proceedings, Part I. Springer. 580 pp, pp. 461-467. (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41264-1_63).

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Abstract

The importance of note-taking in face to face teaching and learning situations is well understood in terms of successful outcomes for the majority of students. Outcomes from interactions with online learning and the use of videos as a way of revising has been less well researched, in particular with disabled students. This paper aims to introduce the notion that not all disabled students who could use technology to support note taking necessarily find it effective although they prefer to listen and watch videos. A small survey provides an indication that students may not necessarily be making the best use of their technologies or have access to alternative ways of viewing online learning materials.
Where there are options to view videos using lecture capture systems; time constraints and the quality of the videos prove to be further barriers, rather than providing a successful outcome. Despite the possibility of multi-modal/multichannel approaches there also remains very little research on the subject in particular when using more recent Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). There are, however, indications that with the increased use of transcriptions and graphical tools, these options could offer good note-taking strategies as part of a more
inclusive approach for all students.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 6 July 2016
Published date: 2016
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/397795
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Date deposited: 07 Jul 2016 08:55
Last modified: 26 Oct 2017 16:31

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Author: Abi James
Author: E.A. Draffan
Author: Mike Wald
Editor: Klaus Miesenberger
Editor: Christian Buhler
Editor: Petr Penaz

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