Lecture Notes (Teaching and Learning)
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Lecture notes can be useful tool in teaching and learning. This page lists resources tools, and a bibliography for learning more about this topic.
- Austin, J. L., Lee, M. G., Thibeault, M. D., Carr, J. E., & Bailey, J. S. (2002). Effects of guided notes on university students' responding and recall of information. Journal of Behavioral Education, 11(4), 243-254.
- Babb, K. A., & Ross, C. (2009). The timing of online lecture slide availability and its effect on attendance, participation, and exam performance. Computers & Education, 52(4), 868-881.
- Chen, J., & Lin, T. F. (2008). Does downloading PowerPoint slides before the lecture lead to better student achievement? International Review of Economic Education, 7(2), 9-18.
- Frank, J., Shaw, L., & Wilson, E. (2008). The impact of providing web-based PowerPoint slides as study guides in undergraduate business classes. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 37(2), 217-229.
- Grabe, M. (2005). Voluntary use of online lecture notes: Correlates of note use and note use as an alternative to class attendance. Computers & Education, 44(4), 409-421.
- Grabe, M., Christopherson, K., & Douglas, J. (2005). Providing introductory psychology students access to online lecture notes: The relationship of note use to performance and class attendance. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 33(3), 295-308.
- Mantei, E. J. (2000). Using internet class notes and PowerPoint in the physical geology lecture. Journal of College Science Teaching, 29, 5.
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