This is a video update on my research into the effectiveness of the asynchronous video-based learning delivery system on learning outcomes. I cover one aspect of my research rationale, theories that underpin my delivery system evaluation process, and look into several styles of lecture video to understand which style is best for learner satisfaction and learning outcomes. At the end of the video, I ask viewers to share their thoughts on what styles of lecture videos they prefer for learning. Please leave me a comment below. Thanks!
For more information on the learning glass lecture style (Frazee & Anderson, 2014), go here.
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