Untethered Lecture Capture (ULC) is a teaching method facilitating student classroom engagement while simultaneously creating audiovisual lecture capture (LC) resources. This single-site, convergent parallel mixed-methods study qualitatively described how nursing students with attrition risk factors perceived ULC influenced learning and quantified how such students utilized LC. Study participants (N = 28) reported watching most LC resources (57.1%) and 42.9% watched entire LC videos from start to finish. Qualitative findings produced new evidence about untethered faculty proximity in the classroom and ULC techniques supporting in-class focus and post-class self-paced learning efficiencies. Findings help nurse educators prioritize instructional methods among students with attrition risk factors.
Krautscheid, Lorretta; Fifer, Pamela; Hernandez, Rebecca; and Blum, Taryn, "Perceptions and Utilization of a Multimedia Teaching Strategy to Prevent Student Nurse Attrition" (2022). Faculty Publications - College of Nursing. 44.