A journey through audio feedback

NORTCLIFFE, Anne (2013). A journey through audio feedback. In: MIDDLETON, Andrew, (ed.) Digital Voices —a collaborative exploration of the recorded voice in post-compulsory education. Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group and Sheffield Hallam University, 2013, 119-123.

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Abstract

In 2006 I had conducted research into the student's appreciation of audio lecture notes and, for me, this highlighted the value of the recorded voice (Fidler et al., 2006). It showed that audio could capture not only what the lecturer said, but the essence of the live lecture experience. Students at the time explained that it enabled them to re-listen to what was said and that it even allowed them to be cognitively transported back to the original experience. They believed they were able to re-engage with their own thought patterns, as well as the actual lecture content. Based on this student appreciation of the audio lecture notes I realised that more could be done: that audio could be used to provide feedback to students. Fidler, A., Middleton, A. and Nortcliffe, A. (2006). Providing added value to lecture materials to an iPod generation. 6th Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development, Sheffield, UK

Item Type: Book Section
Research Institute, Centre or Group: Centre for Pedagogic Research and Innovation
Departments: Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences > Computing
Depositing User: Anne Nortcliffe
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2018 10:22
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2018 10:32
URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/14470

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