Video lectures in ICT subjects: perceptions of undergraduate students
Video lectures are considered as a distinct technology supporting material which is commonly used around the world to compliment blended learning courses for undergraduate or postgraduate university students in online platforms. The aim of this study is to examine students’ perceptions using online video lectures with multimedia resources on ICT subjects in a blended learning method, at higher education. In this study, a learning management system, was used in order to accommodate the video lectures. The results of the study revealed that the students’ overall satisfaction and intention on future ICT use, depends upon (i) the ability of students to use video lectures, (ii) the content of video lectures, (iii) the expected learning outcomes, (iv) and the students’ concern in the digital era in general.
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