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Pixel-Bit- Revista De Medios Y Educacion ; - (65):183-208, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2310339


The implementation of video as an educational resource has become widespread in recent years, driven by highly accessible platforms such as YouTube. The objective of our research is to study the use that is being given, during the COVID-19 pandemic, to audiovisual resources in higher education and to demonstrate the satisfaction with their use by teachers and students. Also, show the existence of variables that improve said satisfaction or that have a significant impact on a greater use of educational videos informally. For this, a descriptive-inferential study based on an online survey with a total sample of 684 responses from the University of Porto is provided. The results are discussed with the most recent literature on the subject. A regular use of the video by half of the sample and a significant use of informal videos by the students is concluded, obtaining, in both groups, a positive satisfaction with their use. The variables that influence satisfaction in the implementation of videos in the formal education stand out: technological competence, economic level and disciplinary area. In addition, those that condition the use of informal videos among students: gender, economic level and disciplinary area.

Revista Complutense de Educacion ; 34(1):69-79, 2023.
Article in Spanish | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2217345


Online and hybrid education have expanded in recent years due, on the one hand, to technical advances and a growing demand from society, and, on the other hand, to the COVID-19 pandemic in which universities had to transform their face-to-face models out of necessity. The objective of our research is to evaluate the perceptions and preferences towards the various types of current education (face-to-face, online and hybrid). For this, a validated quantitative study is provided based on an online survey distributed among teachers and students at the University of Porto, obtaining a total of 684 responses. The instrument collects data on the preference for the various educational typologies and on the following dimensions: technological competence, enhancers and feelings. The results show their perceptions towards certain aspects within the formative process that originate tendencies of preference towards the different types of education. The topics of analysis are discussed with the most recent literature on the implementation in education of the various methodological typologies. The conclusions of the study show a good relative perception of the online education that both groups currently teach or receive, the preference for face-to-face education (teachers) and for face-to-face and hybrid education (students), some factors that significantly affect their inclinations towards the various types of education and three variables that generate significant differences in terms of groups within the student body: gender (women prefer online education), age (the youngest choose face-to-face training) and compatibility with a job (those who study and work choose online education). A close relationship is evidenced between the dimensions of the study and the preference for the different types of education. © 2023, Universidad Compultense Madrid. All rights reserved.