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  1. Feb 2020
    1. 8HowVideoUsageStylesAffectStudentEngagement?..

      Interpretation: 40% of people watch the full video without skipping 32% watch some parts of the video. 20% fast forward through the entire thing 8% only specific parts.

      32+8+20 is more than 40% who do so without skipping. So it would be highly encouraged to a table of content in the video description or in youtube videos that allow learners to skip and engage how they deem it necessary.

    2. amplingThemethodologycomprisedaquestionnaireconductedattheendofafullsemestervideoexperience

      sampling process - students at the end of the full semester video experience.

    3. suchasbroadcastinglecturesindistanceeducation[1],deliveringrecordingsofin-classlectureswithface-to-facemeetingsforreviewpurposes[2],anddeliveringlecturerecordingsbeforeclasstoconserveclasstimeandflippingthedayforhands-onactivities[3].Inaddition,thenumberoffor-profitorganizationswhousetrainingoradvertisingvideosisincreasingrapidly.

      Each version of a recording would probably look different depending on the type of delivery. If it's a distance education course, you probably want to be very thorough. If it's a flipping the classroom, only talk about some key concepts for what they'll do or see in class

      (Giannakos, Jaccheri, & Krogstie, 2016)

    4. Chapter18HowVideoUsageStylesAffectStudentEngagement?ImplicationsforVideo-BasedLearningEnvironmentsMichailN.Giannakos,LetiziaJaccheriandJohnKrogstie

      (Giannakos, Jaccheri, & Krogstie, 2016)