Asynchronous Distance Delivery: Low Cost and Maintenance, Recorded Lecture based Learning

K.H. Huen and L.G. Cuthbert (UK)


Asynchronous Distance Learning, Distance Delivery.


This paper describes an asynchronous distance learning system used in the department of Electronic Engineering, Queen Mary, University of London for the last two and a half years. The result of this system is a low maintenance distance delivery system that incorporates recorded lectures that give users a motivated and rich content learning environment. Results from past graduating students show that the system can be as effective as traditional face-to-face lecturing and that the majority of students and lecturers are in favor of the recording style.

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