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4. Data collected will be de-identified when provided to researchers. 5. No identifiable student responses or personal details will be available to researchers, 6. Completing the following questions indicates consent to participate in the project. Now that lectures 1 to 4 have been presented, how many of these face-to-face lectures have you attended? Selected Answer: 0 Answers: 0 1 2 3
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4 Question 12 0 out of 0 points ECHO360 lecture recordings are available for lectures delivered in weeks 1 to 4. You may have listened to the same recording for a particular week more than once. You may not have listened to any lecture recordings for a particular week at all. By using a number between 0 and 4, indicated how many “different lecture weeks” you listened to a lecture recording (either fully or partially)? For example, now at the end of week 4, you may have listened to ECO360 for lecture 1 (three times), lecture 2 (four times), but not listened to L3 or L4. Therefore, your answer would be 2, as you listened to 2 “different lecture weeks” of recordings, being lectures in week 1 and week 2. Selected Answer: 4 Answers: 0 1 2 3 4 Question 13 0 out of 0 points Starting in Week 5 of ECON1310, the face-to-face lecture time will reduce from two hours to one hour. The second hour will be delivered using course specific online YouTube video lecture material. After the first four weeks of ECON1310 , you currently believe your preference between attending a 2 hour live face-to-face lecture, verses attending a 1 hour live face-to-face lecture followed by watching 1 hour of lecture content on YouTube videos, is to: Selected Answer: Definitely prefer a 1 hour face-to-face lecture with 1 hour of lecture content on YouTube videos Answers: Definitely prefer a 2 hour live face-to-face lecture. Prefer a 2 hour live face-to-face lecture. Be neutral with no preference. Prefer a 1 hour face-to-face lecture with 1 hour of lecture content on YouTube videos. Definitely prefer a 1 hour face-to-face lecture with 1 hour of lecture content on YouTube videos
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