Improving Student Outcomes With Lecture Capture Technology
Dr. Bob van den Brand simply wants students to pay more attention in class. It’s such a small thing, really. But the impact can be huge.
Engaged students get better grades and increase the pass rate for his courses. A better pass rate results in a decreased number of students who drop out in the first few years. High-achieving students give the professor more time to focus on teaching. Before you know it everyone is rolling along with their happy, well-educated, plenty-of-free-time selves.
But wait, how do you first capture the attention of, as he calls it, the YouTube Generation?
An adjunct associated professor at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, a business school, Dr. van den Brand bridged the gap by leveraging Mediasite lecture capture technology to launch the iSTAR Learning Project, an award-winning curriculum which has been proven to improve the performance of both student and professors.
Join him for a knowledge-packed webinar as he takes you through the process of using educational technology to successfully connect with a new generation of students. By the end of the presentation you’ll have a roadmap that will help you:
- Demonstrate the measurable impact of lecture capture technology on grades
- Dramatically improve course evaluations and help students succeed by moving beyond the didactic lecture model
- Develop efficient study habits by selecting when and where students want to learn
- Understand how to apply the model to across any school or discipline
Dr. Bob van den Brand is an adjunct associated professor of accounting and accountancy in undergraduate and MSC programs at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. In 2010 he received the prestigious Education Innovation Award at Tilburg University for his project, Web-lectures and More. His findings that educational innovations lead to higher pass rates has attracted a significant press attention in the low-countries. Bob's research interests include innovative learning and accounting history. In 2011, Bob and his team received from the American Accounting Association the Jim Bulloch award for Innovation in Management Accounting Education.