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Study on the importance of video for learning – a student’s perspective

Do we, as teachers, prioritize the right things when we use and create a video for teaching? This Lunch 'n' Learn online seminar presents a study on students’ use of video in their education. The result opens up questions about how useful video is for learning from a student perspective.

Time: Wed 2022-10-05 12.15 - 13.00

Video link: Online (Zoom)

Language: Swedish

Participating: Kamilla Andersson and Baharak Ronquist Djajarmizadeh

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The webinar is in Swedish and will be recorded.

Students' perspectives on video as a learning resource

During these past two years, teachers have put a lot of time and energy into creating teaching videos. In this online seminar, we share students' experiences and opinions on how video is perceived and used as a learning resource. Our focus has been on how video can be used in students' learning processes and contribute to an inclusive learning environment.

During the seminar, we will present some of the results from the practice-based study conducted by Kamilla Andersson, Baharak Ronquist Djajarmizadeh, and Linda Barman in Digital Course Development (Department of Learning). We will also be open to discussion about students' changed study strategies as a consequence of increased access to digital material and online teaching.


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