The popularity of recorded lectures amongst students is well documented (Preston et al., 2010; Sloan & Lewis, 2014). There is an ever increasing number of students opting not to attend face-to-face lectures, with streamed or pre-recorded lectures offering greater flexibility and convenience (Preston et al., 2010; Taplin, Kerr & Brown, 2014). In addition, timetable constraints, high demands on large lecture theatres, and increased academic workloads results in courses with large cohorts often relying on lecture recordings to accommodate increased student enrolments (Taplin et al., 2014). Research has shown that many students also use the lecture recordings to compliment face-to-face lectures (Dey, Burn & Gerdes, 2009) and to study for end-of-semester examinations (Preston et al., 2010), with our own experience at USC indicating some students view presentations multiple times.
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