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Student Attitudes Towards The Integration Of YouTube In Online, Hybrid, And Web-Assisted Courses: An Examination Of The Impact Of Course Modality On Perception

Student Attitudes Towards The Integration Of YouTube In Online, Hybrid, And Web-Assisted Courses: An Examination Of The Impact Of Course Modality On Perception

Current mediated realities and the proliferation of user generated online content have introduced a multiplicity of measures for publishing and accessing instructional resources. Educators are encouraged to harness these contemporary modalities in order to engage today’s digital learners. In particular, the research suggests that targeted YouTube videos enhance the engagement, depth of understanding, and the overall satisfaction of students. This paper will discuss the benefits of the use of YouTube in the instructional process consistent with the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning. Additionally, the findings of a study conducted at a Mid-Atlantic Historically Black College or University (HBCU) that focused on the impact of YouTube on course instruction and student engagement as well... Show More
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