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This article presented a first explorative study of the relationship between the students use of lecture recordings and their academic performance. For this purpose, statistics of access to the recordings of two lectures were analyzed and then compared with the results of the corresponding exam at the University of Education. Also, students answered a questionnaire in the way they used the lecture recordings in their learning process. A first look at the data conveyed the impression that frequent use of the lecture recording leads to worse results in the exam. However, at the same time, there has been a decrease in the failure rates for courses where lectures are recorded.