Chapter 2

An exploration of college students’ perceptions of the efficacy of online video response platforms

The Chapter Two focuses on the adaptation of pedagogical strategies for online coursework such as text-based discussions to mimic interactions of in- person small and large group class discussions. And how synchronous and asynchronous discussions have gained popularity in online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses and text-based course discussions are now a common feature of online courses. More than ever before the video response tools are promising possibilities but not much information exists on student perceptions of the efficacy of online text-based or video response platforms that are used for discussions. The question that this study seeks to answer is: What are college students’ perceptions of the efficacy of video response platforms?

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An exploration of college students’ perceptions of the efficacy of online video response platforms

The Chapter Two focuses on the adaptation of pedagogical strategies for online coursework such as text-based discussions to mimic interactions of in- person small and large group class discussions. And how synchronous and asynchronous discussions have gained popularity in online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses and text-based course discussions are now a common feature of online courses. More than ever before the video response tools are promising possibilities but not much information exists on student perceptions of the efficacy of online text-based or video response platforms that are used for discussions. The question that this study seeks to answer is: What are college students’ perceptions of the efficacy of video response platforms?

999 in stock



£25.99

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Dr Justin Travis Wickard, Dr Christina Janise McIntyre and Dr Emily Reeves
Midwestern State University, USA

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