Title:Student Satisfaction Pilot Experience With Synchronous Classroom Live Streaming Styles During the COVID-19 Pandemic [Download]
Título:Experiencia piloto de satisfacción estudiantil con estilos de transmisión en vivo de clases sincrónicas durante la pandemia por Covid 19 [Download]
J. F. Flórez Marulanda
Statistics;Sociology;Video on demand;Education;Pandemics;Internet;Head;Learning analytics;live streaming styles;Latin America;adoption of methodologies;digital tools;pilots
In this pilot study, was analyzed the perception of synchronous virtual classes by engineering students in Colombia, specifically concerning four live streaming styles used as tools for digital teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: talking head, speaker next to slide, speaker inside slide, and lightboard. Student opinions were collected using a Likert scale survey and open-response questions, and data were quantified to determine the influence of live streaming styles on teaching processes. Two populations were analyzed to determine whether continuous interaction with live streaming styles influenced student perceptions. Variation among the live streaming styles was observed only for the population with continuous interaction. Results indicate that the experiences between populations using the fourth live streaming style influence student perceptions of live streaming styles. The continuous interaction population preferred lightboard style, while the control population preferred speaker inside slide style. Factors for improvement were identified in all live streaming styles and mainly considered how the quality of audio and interaction impacted perception.
How to cite:
J. F. Flórez Marulanda, "Student Satisfaction Pilot Experience With Synchronous Classroom Live Streaming Styles During the COVID-19 Pandemic," in IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 301-306, Aug. 2022. doi: 10.1109/RITA.2022.3191285