Survey of Student Perceptions of Audio-enhanced Presentations

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Published on February 28, 2014

Author: noteboompt



Preliminary data from a survey of Doctor of Physical Therapy students at Regis University.

Survey of Student Perceptions of Audio-enhanced Presentations Heidi Eigsti, PT, DPT, PhD Tim Noteboom, PT, PhD School of Physical Therapy Regis University Funded by RHCHP Teaching & Learning Microgrant

Background • School of PT is 8-semester graduate program • Initially audio-enhanced presentations (AEPs) used in online program 10 years ago • Gradually increased use in ground-based program • Currently, most courses using some AEPs • Question: What is student perception of AEPs?

Survey Demographics • • • • Online survey (SurveyMonkey) Three Regis PT classes (2014, 15 & 16) 17-item survey Invitation to students at end of Fall ‘14 semester; 3 follow-up reminders sent over 1 month • Response rate: 69% (145/212)

Similar response rates across groups 53 40 51 40 51 53

Most student did not have experience with AEPs prior to Regis

Students watch all or most AEPs What percentage of all assigned AEPs this past semester did you watch? 2.1% 0.7% 7.0% 33.6% 100% 75-99% 50-74% 25-49% 0-25% 56.6%

Watched on multiple platforms

Generally positive support for AEPs • 1 in 3 strongly agreed AEP were important to learning (93% somewhat or strongly agree). • Most students generally prefer F2F over AEP • Few students frequently skip AEP (16%) • 90% state that their learning is enhanced when watching AEP prior to class • 4 in 10 students “always watch before class”, only 3% rarely watch

Time, availability, and redundancy are main reasons for NOT watching

Keep AEPs to < 20 min!

Future use of AEPs: keep doing them, but make them better

Watching AEP: laptop best, desktop & tablet similar but less so

Overall value of AEP: 7.0

Exemplar: DPT 705 Kinesiology I Dr. Erika Nelson-Wong • Attributes students listed: – Good quality of content – Effective/enthusiastic narration – Good use with follow up lab/lecture session – Technology worked – Appropriate length

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