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  500 FA TEGRITY Q1 - Multiple Choice Question
How would you gauge your personal knowledge, experience, and background with Internet-supported learning:
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value Somewhat experienced
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q2 - Multiple Choice Question
How many total students were in the course sections you taught with Tegrity?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value greater than 45
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q3 - Multiple Choice Question
Please describe the statement that best describes the delivery format of the course as taught by you using Tegrity:
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Web supplement to classroom courses (little or no reduction of in-class sessions)
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q4 - Multiple Choice Question
Please select the statement that best describes the format of the course as taught prior to using Tegrity:
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 7 - 77.8%
Mode Value Classroom-only, no web support
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q5 - Multiple Choice Question
For what percentage of the class sessions was Tegrity employed?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value More than 75 percent, but less than 100 percent
 
  500 ST TEGRITY Q5 - Multiple Choice Question
How many courses have you used Tegrity in so far?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Two to four
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q7 - Check All That Apply Question
What features of Tegrity did you regularly use? (Select all that apply)
 
Total Responses 26
Maximum Response 8 - 30.8%
Mode Value Recording of Power Point on my computer screen
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q8 - Multiple Choice Question
Did you make any changes in pedagogy/andragogy in the course section(s) using Tegrity versus how you would normally teach the course (without Tegrity)?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value No
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q9 - Check All That Apply Question
Please indicate any changes that you made in pedagogy/andragogy in the course section(s) using Tegrity versus how you would normally teach the course (please select all that apply)
 
Total Responses 14
Maximum Response 5 - 35.7%
Mode Value Asking students to note important items during lecture and to revisit those items during study
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q10 - Multiple Choice Question
The pedagogy/andragogy implemented in this course was made significantly more effective by Tegrity
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value Neutral
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q11 - Multiple Choice Question
Your overall satisfaction with the course?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 6 - 66.7%
Mode Value Increased somewhat
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q12 - Multiple Choice Question
The amount of material covered?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value Had no noticeable impact
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q13 - Multiple Choice Question
The time it took you to prepare for class?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Significantly increased
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q14 - Multiple Choice Question
The number of office visits (in office or online via email, etc.) received?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Had no noticeable impact
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q15 - Multiple Choice Question
The degree of collaboration between students?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Had no noticeable impact
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q16 - Multiple Choice Question
Ability for students to focus on the most important learning objectives?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value Increased somewhat
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q17 - Multiple Choice Question
Student motivation?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 5 - 55.6%
Mode Value Increased somewhat
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q18 - Multiple Choice Question
Overall the amount of your time required to prepare for, teach, and provide office hours (in-office or online via email, etc.) the course?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Increased somewhat
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q19 - Multiple Choice Question
The number of clarifying questions received about material covered in prior lectures?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value Had no noticeable impact
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q20 - Multiple Choice Question
Overall, what was the impact of Tegrity on your teaching effectiveness?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value Contributed somewhat to my teaching effectiveness
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q21 - Multiple Choice Question
Overall, what was the impact of Tegrity on your use of time?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 6 - 66.7%
Mode Value Took me more time than I would normally spend
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q22 - Short Answer Question
Are there any pedagogical/andragogical best practices you would recommend to other faculty planning to use or considering use of Tegrity? (Note: Tegrity is planning awards to faculty who implement innovative and effective best practices, so, we may be following up with you on this to hear more about your experience)
 
(1)- Make the tegrity experience more interactive.
(2)- Use it to create lab demonstrations - excellent tool Use tegrity to do live Q & A sessions Use tegrity to do permanent video assignment review sessions for students to refer to on an ongoing basis
(3)- Provide students with exmination reviews on Tegrity. This seemed to improve the students preparation for the examinations.
(4)- Tegrity is an initial upfront major time investment; however, it is awesome once it is in place- you still tweak it to make sure you add more information or update content but it so nice for the students to review with or even have a total lecture from home on
(5)- Many positive student evaluations. Tuck Minnett input and assistance was invaluable
(6)- Yes!!! Because of the screen capture and annotation saving capability of Tegrity...I've been able to move into a "you try and match" mode of lecture teaching instead of a "watch me do it" mode of lecture teaching. What I mean is this: I've saved all of my annotated powerpoints from a previous semester's worth of Tegrity recordings. As I plan for a given class session this semester, I go grab the blank powerpoint I had prepared and I augment it with some of the annotated slides. When I'm presenting this in class, the students sit in groups and try problems themselves. I am able to circulate about the room and help each group. Then when we are ready for closure of the given problem, voila, I have the annotated slide to show and we can move on. I like being able to circulate the class instead always being tied to the board. IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME TO PREPARE :)(but it's worth it!)
 
  500 ST TEGRITY Q21 - Short Answer Question
My experience with Tegrity would have been better if (please type 'none' if nothing comes to mind)
 
(1)- there had been regular technical support available in the classroom, when I needed it.
(2)- I had a best practices model to begin with althugh I am satisfied with what I have
(3)- The system had been more stable when I started and if I had had more actual in the classroom tech support when I started out
(4)- The camera didn't show me a a talking head
(5)- it worked all the time we had better training on how to keep files and names and dates of lectures to use in future years I would like an easier set up-and take down system...and uploading and keeping track of classes is confusing.
(6)- It has been a big learning curve and I still have much more to learn but it is getting easier
(7)- Nothing comes to mind
(8)- My experience and my student's experience would have been better if I would have had editing capabilities at my desktop and my home computer. My class length recordings are not so user friendly to new students...I want to be able to cut them down to smaller chunks.
 
  500 ST TEGRITY Q22 - Multiple Choice Question
Overall, how would you rate the ease of use of the Tegrity system?
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Easy
 
  500 ST TEGRITY Q23 - Short Answer Question
Please describe any technical problems experienced with Tegrity during the course.
 
(1)- microphones not working, document camera problems (can't get the entire image captured) up loading, finding files, attempting to edit-I don't even try anymore.
(2)- Lock ups mostly
(3)- I placed my whole program on tegrity over the past 4 years ....so if there was I problem I encountered it!!!!!
(4)- locks up. server is down wont upload wont download
(5)- Occasionally there was difficulty with uploading my classroom Tegrity presentation to the server.
(6)- In the preveious semesters there were at least four or five classes when it would not record- generally it was when we were experiencing over all network issues- this semester it has been great.!!!!!!!!!!!!
(7)- Tuck Minnett has always been available, somewhere via the Internet---Pretty neat!!!
(8)- For the older stations, (without the WACM) it is nearly impossible to go through the camera setup wizard...I'm trying desperately in a class that has the old one and I've yet to have made one recording this semester.
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q26A - Multiple Choice Question
Faculty orientation and training
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Fair
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q27 - Multiple Choice Question
Faculty technical support
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Good
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q28 - Multiple Choice Question
Student orientation and training
 
Total Responses 8
Maximum Response 3 - 37.5%
Mode Value Poor
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q29 - Multiple Choice Question
student technical support
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value Poor
 
  500 ST TEGRITY Q24 - Multiple Choice Question
After your experience using Tegrity in this course, please indicate how important it is to you to see Tegrity used in other courses.
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 7 - 77.8%
Mode Value Tegrity is essential - I want it in all of my courses
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q31 - Multiple Choice Question
Grades
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 7 - 77.8%
Mode Value Somewhat better
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q32 - Multiple Choice Question
Retention
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Somewhat better
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q33 - Multiple Choice Question
Comprehension
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 6 - 66.7%
Mode Value Somewhat better
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q34 - Multiple Choice Question
Enthusiasm
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 3 - 33.3%
Mode Value The same
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q35 - Multiple Choice Question
Engagement
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Significantly better
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q36 - Multiple Choice Question
Stress
 
Total Responses 9
Maximum Response 4 - 44.4%
Mode Value Somewhat better
 
  500 FA TEGRITY Q37 - Short Answer Question
Please tell us if there are any items we should have asked about but did not or if you have any other comments.
 
(1)- Give faculty more time to prepare and use this system. Allow for breaking down the equipment and setting up in between classes.
(2)- I like Tegrity. I hope to learn more about it and do more cool things as my class schedules allow. Tuck has been very good in helping me on any issues.
(3)- Please ask me about what kind of training and support that I feel that Faculty need to utilize this technology.

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