Compressed Video Technology vs Traditional Instruction: An Evaluation
Drawing from data collected in a graduate-level research methodology course using compressed video technology, an evaluation was performed in order to evaluate students’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviors associated with this course and its instructor. Results from this evaluation indicated that similar perceptions are shared among different groups regarding the role of the instructor and the quality of her instruction. Also, the evaluation indicated some challenges faced by those students who were not receiving the instruction on a face-to-face basis.
International Journal of Learning, Volume 10.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9494,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 379.234KB), ISSN: 1447-9540,
Dr. Liliana Rodríguez-Campos earned her Ph.D. in Evaluation, Measurement, and Research Design at Western Michigan University (WMU). As part of her educational background, she received her Bachelor's in Systems Engineering with Honorific Mention, and her Specialist and Master's degrees in Project Management in Engineering with Summa Cum Laude Honors. She also earned a WMU President's Special Recognition for her second Master's degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Evaluation, Measurement, and Research Design.
Currently, Dr. Rodríguez is the Evaluation Faculty Member in the Department of Educational Studies at WMU. She is also a member of several professional associations such as Project Management Institute, American Evaluation Association, Michigan Association for Evaluation, American Educational Research Association, and The International Society for Performance Improvement among others.
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