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Exploring the use of teaching videos to improve educational outcomes: A cross-Faculty study.

Saunders, Fiona ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1644-2511, Gellen, Sandor, Stannard, Jack, McAllister-Gibson, Colin, Simmons, Lisa and Gibson, Andy (2020) Exploring the use of teaching videos to improve educational outcomes: A cross-Faculty study. In: Advance HE Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, 07 July 2020, Virtual.

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Since 2017, academics in the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Manchester Metropolitan University have created over 2000 videos and screencasts to support the retention and progression of 6000 UG students in the Faculty. These short videos provide coursework briefings, past exam paper solutions and short explainers of core concepts. As in earlier studies (Saunders and Hutt, 2014; Carmichael et al, 2017) student feedback on the videos has been consistently positive since the initiative began. In this session, we will discuss the impact of teaching videos on students’ academic performance, evidence for which has up to now been largely anecdotal.

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