Implementation of asynchronous video lectures in the experimental fluid mechanics course

Mohd Rusdy Yaacob*, Clara Marika Velte

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Practical restrictions suffered by the conventional face-to-face learning have made the computer-based approach more favorable. This has become especially notable during the global pandemic phase. One possible solution is in the form of asynchronous video-based lectures, which is aimed to allot more time for actual class interaction between students and the lecturer. This approach was almost fully implemented in the Experimental Fluid Mechanics course of January 2020, from which the students’ feedback have been collected. The results show that this approach is useful as most of the respondents found the videos to be clear and informative, allowing flexible learning pace.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Mechanical Engineering Research Day 2020
EditorsMohd Fadzli Bin Abdollah, Hilmi Amiruddin, Amrik Singh Phuman Singh
Place of PublicationMelaka
PublisherCentre for Advanced Research on Energy
Publication date2020
Pages259-260
ISBN (Electronic)978-967-2454-36-6
Publication statusPublished - 2020
Event7th Mechanical Engineering Research Day (MERD'20) - Kampus Teknologi UTeM (virtual), Melaka, Malaysia
Duration: 16 Dec 202016 Dec 2020

Conference

Conference7th Mechanical Engineering Research Day (MERD'20)
LocationKampus Teknologi UTeM (virtual)
CountryMalaysia
CityMelaka
Period16/12/202016/12/2020

Keywords

  • Video-based lecture
  • Asynchronous teaching
  • Blended learning

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