Title

Interdisciplinary differences in hybrid courses: A study in biology & communication

Department

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

4-1-2022

Abstract

This study addressed disciplinary differences in hybrid courses using lecture videos to support in-person class discussions. Our results suggested that disciplinary differences existed, students' perceived importance of lecture videos may have had a stronger influence on viewership and audience retention rate than other factors, and procrastination of video consumption correlated with lower exam scores. Building on existing research in hybrid course design, the use of online lectures, and student engagement, our findings suggest that purposeful integration of online videos in the hybrid class should be a consideration of faculty members designing hybrid classes with a heavy reliance on online lectures.

Journal Title

Internet and Higher Education

Journal ISSN

10967516

Volume

53

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

10.1016/j.iheduc.2022.100847

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