1992 Speech Communication Association Basic Course Committee Award Winning Papers
1992 Award Winning Paper in Basic Course Pedagogy
This study examines the effect of computer-generated feedback and videotapes speech performances on the speech skill improvement of college students. Subjects are evaluated on "total" speech performance and on: (1) organization; (2) development; (3) style; (4) vocal quality; and (5) gestural quality.
Results indicate: (1) computer-generated feedback appear to be as effective as handwritten feedback; (2) providing instructor feedback before self-analysis of videotaped performances; and (3) providing computer-generated feedback appears to improve subjects' delivery speech skill performance.
Russell, Bruce W.
"The Effect of Computer-Generated Instructional Feedback and Videotape on the Speaking Performance of College Students in Basic Speech Course,"
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 5
, Article 5.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol5/iss1/5