Do Supplemental Online Recorded Lectures Help Students Learn Microeconomics?
Jennjou Chen and
Tsui-Fang Lin ()
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Tsui-Fang Lin: National Taipei University
International Review of Economic Education, 2012, vol. 11, issue 1, 6-15
This study sheds light on the relationship between the use of online recorded lectures and exam performance of students in the case of microeconomics. The study uses a rich panel data set covering Taiwanese students. Our results show that those who skip more classes and males are more likely to use online recorded lectures. As may be expected, most students access online recorded lectures just before exams, rather than immediately after lectures. Our fixed effects model shows a significant and positive relationship between studentsâ€™ use of online recorded lectures and their grades.
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