Lights, Camera, Action: Instructor-Made Videos (IMVs) Transforming Diagnostic Audiology Teaching

Keran L. Jervis, Dieter J. Schönwetter, Giriraj S. Shekhawat


This study investigated the effects of the application of instructor-made videos (IMVs) on a population of first-year master’s in audiology students. The investigation sampled 10 students and investigated both their perception of IMVs as a tool and the empirical effects of the tool. This study examined how IMVs can be applied specifically in conjunction with traditional lecturing techniques. The methodology included surveys and interviews before and after exams. The findings demonstrated that the effect of IMVs is largely positive, particularly as indicated by students and, to a lesser degree, by the increase in grades. Wider research from external sources is consistent with this conclusion. Suggestions for further research, including expansion to subjects outside the field of audiology and an investigation into continued and refreshed post-education learning are made.

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