TILE Talk | How Do First-Year Psychology Students Study? Embedding Lecture Recording in Wider Study Practices | Dr Kasia Banas - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi all, I’m Jonathan, I am a psychology teacher and researcher and work at the School of Education at Strathclyde :)
Hi Eva :)
For those who joined us after the start: A warm welcome! Please introduce yourself in the chat by saying where you are zooming in from and what brings you here today.
Hello! Sorry for being late!
No questions so far, interested to know about methodology :)
I'm having slight sound issues (i just plugged in a new monitor and I think it might have done something to my laptop)
Hi I'm Rebecca from Glasgow uni, zooming in from East Kilbride, although I keep getting the message that my connection is unstable so I hope I can stay lol
Figured it out! Emily Nordmann, Uni of Glasgow, I do research on lecture capture (also with Kasia!)
First of November is the day after Halloween!
exactly what i was thinking!!
As 1st year coordinator I can tell you that 11am is considered super early ;)
Love the 'foolish' label of the attitude scale.
Wow---the sata for supplement is so interesting!
We can still ask! I'm sure they will be happy to let us know.
We have a study that should be coming out in the summer looking at staff attitudes and how it relates to their conceptions of teaching and learning, will be interesting to see how these questions map on to our data
Wow---the data for substitute is so interesting! (sorry for the typo before)
That sounds really interesting, Emily!
Have to head off. Thank you Kasia for a great session - looking forward to catching up with the recording!
Was very useful to hear about intention to attend and intention to use textbook.
Here is a guide for students and lecturers by Nordmann, myself, and other colleagues on lecture recordings that Kasia mentioned in the beginning: psyarxiv.com/sd7u4/
Thanks for zooming with us :)
Thanks Kasia! Great talk
Well done, that’s a really comprehensive study, I look forward to mulling over the findings when it’s in paper format :)
I have a question but can I ask in person :D
really interesting, thanks Kasia. And thanks for the link to the paper!
Re clustering….these seem more of a linear set from low to high rather than qualitatively different. You don’t have a disengaged cluster.
Need to head off, thanks for a great talk Kasia.
Intention to read textbook and actual recording use look like they may negatively correlate..? I wonder if this relates to students’ flawed conceptions of themselves as learners (‘this works for me’ rather than seeing a combination of activities as useful)
I don't know if you've seen this but Ebbert also has a paper that looks at clusters https://psyarxiv.com/n9zt4
I have to leave now also – thanks Kasia and all :) See you next time.
Back to the norms, i think this is very cool. Will be interested when you also look at the Identification to see off they interact.
i have to go, great talk and really interesting data, will speak to you soon! stay safe everyone!