An Interactive Mobile Lecturing Model: Enhancing Student Engagement with Face-To-Face Sessions
Boyinbode, Olutayo , Dick Ng’ambi and Antoine Bagula (2013) An Interactive Mobile Lecturing Model: Enhancing Student Engagement with Face-To-Face Sessions. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning 5(2):1-21.
Although use of podcasts and vodcasts are increasingly becoming popular in higher education, their use is usually unidirectional and therefore replicates the transmission mode of traditional face-to-face lectures. In this paper, the authors propose a tool, MOBILect, a mobile lecturing tool that enables users to comment on lecture vodcasts using mobile devices, and aggregated comments become an educational resource. The vodcasts are generated through Opencast Matterhorn and YouTube. The tool was evaluated at the University of Cape Town with students’ own devices. The paper reports on the architecture of the MOBILect, its framework for student-vodcast interaction, and evaluation results. The paper concludes that the MOBILect has potential for use as a supplement to the traditional face-to-face lectures especially in scenarios of large classes, or where the medium of instruction is not the students’ mother tongue.
|EPrint Type:||Journal (Paginated)|
|Keywords:||Deep Learning, Face-To-Face Lecture, MOBILect, Mobile Devices, Mobile Learning, Mobile Lecturing, Vodcast|
|Subjects:||H Information Systems: H.5 INFORMATION INTERFACES AND PRESENTATION|
|Deposited By:||Bagula, Antoine|
|Deposited On:||14 Febuary 2014|