Preferences in relation to Video Lecture Styles: A Survey with Students and Teachers of Distance Education Technical Courses of the Open Technical School of Brazil

Solange Fávero de Lima Medeiros, Luciano Tadeu Esteves Pansanato

Resumo


The use of video lectures has increased considerably in the past years. The interest of students and teachers has grown in part because of several initiatives that provide access to video lectures through the Internet. This paper presents a survey with students and teachers of distance education technical courses of the Open Technical School of Brazil. The questionnaires were different for students and teachers and contained questions about preferences regarding video lecture styles and average duration of video lectures, questions to identify the agreement level regarding some statements about video lectures and, only for teachers, questions regarding video lecture production. The results suggest some directions for planning a training program for teachers on production of video lectures.

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distance education; video lecture styles; video lecture production; students’ preferences; teachers’ preferences.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/1679-1916.85896

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