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There were also some students who were critical of the WBLT primarily because of: technological issues, such as some lectures being streamed online without the option of download (13.3%); the inability to ask questions (5%); enhanced difficulty in forming study groups and making friends (5%); and general hindrance to settling into university life (5%).
Overall, findings from this exploratory evaluation support the use of WBLT during the initial weeks of university for first-year BN students.
As consistent with previous literature, older students in this evaluation were more positive about the use of WBLT, primarily because of the flexibility of learning it afforded them and their other time commitments (i.e.
This exploratory evaluation was designed to ease the transition to university study by offering the first three weeks of lecture content for all BN courses via the WBLT, Lecture Capture.
There is also evidence that web-based lecture technology (WBLT) is used by students as a study tool to complement face-to-face lectures .
Further questions of how WBLT's can be integrated into the delivery of a unit of study by adjusting the lecturing style and how a course can be delivered to make the most effective use of web-based lectures are yet to be answered .
Web-based Lecture Technologies (WBLT) have been studied by four universities in Australia namely Macquarie University, Murdoch University, Flinders University and The University of Newcastle.
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