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2. Experimental Section
2.2. Lecture Capture
2.3. Video Accession
2.5. Revised Student Process Questionnaire 2-Factor
2.6. Academic Performance
2.7. Statistical Analysis
3. Results and Discussion
Conflicts of Interest
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