Students who view lectures online outscore peers

03/9/2009 | eSchool News (free registration)

Pausing podcast lectures and rewinding them to review difficult concepts helped college students who viewed their lectures online to score almost 10% higher on a test than their peers who attended traditional lectures, according to a study. Those who took notes from the online lectures scored 15 points higher, said lead researcher Dani McKinney, a psychology professor.

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