Christopher Lynnly Hovey

Learn More
This paper describes a large-scale study of student use and perceived value of videos of faculty lectures as an additional learning resource. The survey-based study was conducted with ~2,300 college students in biology, chemistry, computer science, geology, and mathematics. The study provides a nuanced understanding of the nature and frequency of students’(More)
Despite widespread development, research, and dissemination of teaching and curricular practices that improve student retention and learning, faculty often do not adopt them. This paper describes the first findings of a two-part study to improve understanding of adoption of teaching practices and curriculum by computer science faculty. The paper closes with(More)
Videos of classroom lectures have proven to be a popular and versatile learning resource. A key shortcoming of the lecture video format is accessing the content of interest hidden in a video. This work meets this challenge with an advanced video framework featuring topical indexing, search, and captioning (ICS videos). Standard optical character recognition(More)
  • 1