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ERIC Number: ED570117
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2015
Pages: 203
Abstractor: ERIC
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (38th, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2015). Volume 1
Simonson, Michael, Ed.
Association for Educational Communications and Technology
For the thirty-eighth time, the Research and Theory Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) is sponsoring the publication of these Proceedings. Papers published in this volume were presented at the annual AECT Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Proceedings of AECT's Convention are published in two volumes. Volume 1 contains 29 papers dealing primarily with research and development topics. Twenty-three papers dealing with the practice of instructional technology including instruction and training issues are contained in Volume 2. The 29 papers included in Volume 1 are: (1) Student Opinions and Perceptions about a Gamified Online Course: A Qualitative Study (Tugce Aldemir and Goknur Kaplan Akilli); (2) Openness, Self-Efficacy, and Willingness to Communicate in a MOOC Learning Environment (Yayoi Anzai and Kanji Akahori); (3) Children's Motivation While Playing Games in a Virtual World: How Many Coins Did You Get? (Daisyane Barreto, Lucas Vasconcelos, and Michael Orey); (4) The Applicability of Design Thinking Process in Education: The Case of Two Afrikan Countries (Rebecca Yvonne Bayeck and Tutaleni I. Asino); (5) Satisfaction, Preferences and Problems of a MOOC Participants (Aras Bozkurt and Cengiz Hakan Aydin); (6) Effects of Speaker's Accent in a Multimedia Tutorial on Non-Native Students' Learning and Attitudes (Vien Cao); (7) Active Learning Strategies to Stimulate Knowledge Integration in a Large Pharmacy Course (Dan Cernusca and Wendy Brown); (8) The Application of the Segmenting Principle: The Effects of Pause Time and Types in Instructional Animations (Sungwon Chung, Jongpil Cheon, Cristina Diordieva, and Jue Wang); (9) Designing and Developing a Case-Based MOOC to Impact Students' Abilities to Address Ethical Dilemmas (Lauren Cifuentes, Seung Won Park, and Jaime McQueen); (10) A Comparison Study of a Face-to-Face and Online Writing Courses (Ryan Eller, Bude Su, and Karen Wisdom); (11) Using Wearable Technology to Support and Measure the Effects of Physical Activity on Educational Persistence (Suzanne Ensmann); (12) Exploratory Analysis of a Motivation Focused Pre-Service Teacher Technology Course (David Gardner); (13) E-Learning Authoring Software Selection: How do Instructional Designers Gain Competency Using and Selecting Appropriate Digital Media Development Tools? (Lisa Giacumo and Quincy Conley); (14) An Educational Reform to Improve Classroom Technology in Turkey: The FATIH Project (Hoyet Hemphill, Erkan Caliskan, and Leaunda Hemphill); (15) Accelerated Engagement of African-American Males Through Social Media (Charles Holloway); (16) The Effects of Prior Beliefs on Student Interactions in Online Debates (Allan Jeong and Zhichun Liu); (17) Effectiveness of Computer-Based Scaffolding for K-Adult Students in the Context of Problem-Centered Instructional Models Related to STEM Education: Bayesian Meta-Analysis (Nam Ju Kim, Brian R. Belland, and Andrew E. Walker); (18) Aligning Change Theory with a Process Model to Assist Self-Identification of Patients with Asthma (Thomas W. Lamey and Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers); (19) Structured Peer Tutoring for Online Learning Readiness (Juhong Christie Liu and Andrea Adams); (20) Pre-service Teachers' Use of Digital Science Notebooks (Seungoh Paek and Lori Fulton); (21) Individual Differences in Perspective Taking (Phoebe Haemin Pahng); (22) Designing Question Prompts Using Practical Inquiry Model to Facilitate Cognitive Presence in Online Case Discussions (Ayesha Sadaf and Larisa Olesova); (23) Analysis of Conversations Regarding Trending Educational Technology Topics across Scholarly Research, Trade Journals, and Social Media (Susan L. Stansberry, Margi Stone Cooper, Scott Haselwood, Matt McCoin, Ying Xiu, Kristi Dickey, Michelle A. Robertson, and Cates Schwark); (24) Factors that Influence Community College Instructors' Adoption of Course Management Systems (Berhane Teclehaimanot and Jeffrey Peters); (25) Peer-Led Online Discussion in Compressed Courses: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Logistical Risks? (Penny Thompson); (26) How Does Culture, Learning, and Technology Impact Nurse Orientation Training Programs? (Arielle Turner); (27) What Keeps Instructors Away From e-Text: Challenges in Adopting E-Textbooks in Higher Education (Sirui Wang and Shuyan Wang); (28) Political Influence on a School District's Educational and Instructional Technology (Steven Watkins); and (29) Accelerating Learning through an Integrated Approach to Faculty Development and Academic Technology Tool Development (Nancy Wentworth). (Individual papers contain references.) [For Volume 2, see ED570118.]
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Two Year Colleges
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Educational Communications and Technology
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