Digitalisierung der Lehre? – Begleitende Bedarfsanalyse zur Implementierung von Vorlesungsaufzeichnungen in der tiermedizinischen Ausbildung
OBJECTIVE:The implementation of lecture recordings at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation, was accompanied by the current study investigating students' and teachers' acceptance of and requirements for this teaching format. MATERIAL AND METHODS:Data were collected using questionnaires and guideline-based focus group surveys with students and teachers at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation. RESULTS:Despite skepticism, teachers at the University are prepared to have their lectures recorded and prefer the option to provide the students with a short version of their lectures. All interviewed focus groups identified similar requirements for lecture recordings, including updating and editing options. Students wish to expand the lecture recording offer in veterinary medicine, while the teachers expressed their desire for support measures, including instructions and training. CONCLUSION:The present study will contribute to the optimization of lecture recording for students and teachers of veterinary medicine. The lecture recording offer can be adapted to the indicated requirements. Teachers who were skeptical of lecture recording have already been convinced to record. The use of mobile technology enables the expansion of the lecture recording possibilities. With the continuation of digitization, teaching material and didactics in veterinary medicine can be further enriched.