Event Title

How Closed Captioning & Interactive Transcripts Impact Student Learning

Location

USC Ballrooms

Start Date

14-2-2020 3:00 PM

End Date

14-2-2020 4:00 PM

Abstract

This study was designed to shed light on the educational value of both closed captioning and interactive transcripts in lecture-based online courses at USFSP. We explored the effectiveness of closed captioning and interactive transcripts with a correlation study that examined the relationships between captioning, interactive transcripts, student demographics, student behaviors, and student comprehension of course material in an applied context. Research Questions 1. How do students use captions and transcripts to support their learning? 2. Do students who use captions and transcripts at a higher level learn more than those who use the tools at a lower level? This question addresses the overall amount that participants learned. 3. Do students who use captions and transcripts at a higher level comprehend the content better than those who use the tools at a lower level? This question addresses the depth of learning along three distinct levels: (1) retention/recall, (2) understanding/comprehension, and (3) transfer/application. Results will be shared.

This document is currently not available here.

Share

COinS
 
Feb 14th, 3:00 PM Feb 14th, 4:00 PM

How Closed Captioning & Interactive Transcripts Impact Student Learning

USC Ballrooms

This study was designed to shed light on the educational value of both closed captioning and interactive transcripts in lecture-based online courses at USFSP. We explored the effectiveness of closed captioning and interactive transcripts with a correlation study that examined the relationships between captioning, interactive transcripts, student demographics, student behaviors, and student comprehension of course material in an applied context. Research Questions 1. How do students use captions and transcripts to support their learning? 2. Do students who use captions and transcripts at a higher level learn more than those who use the tools at a lower level? This question addresses the overall amount that participants learned. 3. Do students who use captions and transcripts at a higher level comprehend the content better than those who use the tools at a lower level? This question addresses the depth of learning along three distinct levels: (1) retention/recall, (2) understanding/comprehension, and (3) transfer/application. Results will be shared.