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Yuan, Min; Recker, Mimi – Educational Technology Research and Development, 2019
While many rubrics have been developed to guide people in evaluating the quality of Open Educational Resources (OER), few studies have empirically investigated how different people apply and perceive such rubrics. This study examines how participants (22 teachers and 22 non-teachers) applied three quality rubrics (comprised of a total of 17…
Descriptors: Educational Resources, Shared Resources and Services, Scoring Rubrics, Teacher Attitudes
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Machackova, Hana; Dedkova, Lenka; Sevcikova, Anna; Cerna, Alena – Journal of School Violence, 2018
Bystanders in cyberaggression can support the victim, join the aggressor, or remain passive. We examined how supportive and passive adolescent Czech cyberbystanders (N = 443, ages 12-18) differ in terms of individual characteristics, emotional responses, and contextual factors. The most substantial distinguishing factor between the two groups…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Audiences, Prosocial Behavior, Internet
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Fedorov, Alexander; Levitskaya, Anastasia – European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2017
Media criticism and media education have a lot in common. For example, both media education and media criticism attach great importance to the development of analytical thinking of the audience. Indeed, one of the most important tasks of media education is precisely to teach the audience not only to analyze media texts of any types, but also to…
Descriptors: Mass Media, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Criticism
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Mudavanhu, Young – Educational Research and Reviews, 2017
The purposes of this study were to examine the extent to which literature was used to discuss findings in selected papers from Zimbabwe Journal, and to compare the quality of reviews in this journal with other international journals. The study was largely qualitative in nature and used convenient sampling. In the study, the Zimbabwe Journal was…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Literature Reviews, Journal Articles, Periodicals
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Stylinski, Cathlyn; Heimlich, Joe; Palmquist, Sasha; Wasserman, Deborah; Youngs, Renae – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2017
To understand the complexities of climate change on educator-visitor relationships, we compared educators' perceptions with audiences' expectations for informal science education institutions. Our findings suggest two disconnects: (a) a professional recognition that climate change education is related to institutional mission but a lack of…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Climate, Informal Education, Teacher Attitudes
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Fukumura, Kumiko – Developmental Psychology, 2016
We examined 2 hypotheses concerning the development of "audience design" by contrasting children with and without autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) in referential communication. The 2-stage hypothesis predicts that the ability to use contrastive size adjectives for ambiguity avoidance develops separately from and faster than the ability…
Descriptors: Children, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Comparative Analysis
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Katz, James E.; Halpern, Daniel – Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2015
This study aims to assess the effectiveness of immersive environments that have been implemented by museums to attract new visitors. Based on the frameworks introduced by telepresence and media richness theories, and following a constructivist-based learning approach, we argue that the greater the similarity of an online museum experience is to…
Descriptors: Museums, Computer Simulation, Simulated Environment, Teaching Methods
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Jackson, Eric S.; Tiede, Mark; Beal, Deryk; Whalen, D. H. – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2016
Purpose: This study examined the impact of social-cognitive stress on sentence-level speech variability, determinism, and stability in adults who stutter (AWS) and adults who do not stutter (AWNS). We demonstrated that complementing the spatiotemporal index (STI) with recurrence quantification analysis (RQA) provides a novel approach to both…
Descriptors: Stuttering, Adults, Comparative Analysis, Anxiety
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da Silva, Anna Marietta – TEFLIN Journal: A publication on the teaching and learning of English, 2014
Looking at the frequently used English words on billboard ads in Jakarta main streets, one may have a presumptive thought that English will dominate Indonesian language. The assumption, though, has led to the analysis of the role of both languages on billboard ads and the possibility of English control over Indonesian. The study presented…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language Usage, English, Advertising
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Stoller, Fredricka L.; Robinson, Marin S. – English for Specific Purposes, 2013
This article highlights aspects of an interdisciplinary (chemistry-applied linguistics) English for Specific Purposes (ESP) course- and materials-development project. The project was aimed at raising genre awareness among chemistry students and faculty, in addition to improving students' disciplinary reading and writing. As part of the project,…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Applied Linguistics, Journal Articles, Audiences
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Botsch, Robert E.; Botsch, Carol S. – PS: Political Science and Politics, 2012
In 1997 we first offered American government classes online as well as face-to-face classes. We administered pre- and posttests to our students to measure their general knowledge of American government, political attitudes, demographics, and some behaviors. Following an initial report in 2001, we continued to gather data for 10 more years; this…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Faculty Workload, United States Government (Course), Audiences
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Brown, Stephen L.; Richardson, Miles – Health Education & Behavior, 2012
Background. Distressing imagery may inhibit health communications by inducing audiences to reduce distress by avoiding attention to persuasive messages. Method. This study used eye-tracking methods to compare gaze time allocated to a persuasive textual message, accompanied by either distressing high-resolution color images or less distressing…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Audiences, Imagery, Eye Movements
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Kim, Minjeong – Reading Research Quarterly, 2012
This study explores how intertextuality influences the narrative practices of young deaf children in two classrooms. Specifically, the study examines how variations in what texts are made available to juxtapose and variations in how texts are juxtaposed influence the narratives young deaf children produce. A major premise underlying these two…
Descriptors: Deafness, Children, Personal Narratives, Classroom Environment
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Vandenberg, Anna E.; Price, Anna E.; Friedman, Daniela B.; Marchman, Graham; Anderson, Lynda A. – Gerontologist, 2012
Purpose of the Study: We examined messages that the websites of the top cable news companies (MSNBC, FOX, and CNN) conveyed about cognition between January 2007 and March 2010. Drawing on agenda-setting theory, this work assessed the frequency, prominence, and attributes of cognitive topics in messages targeting an aging audience. Design and…
Descriptors: News Media, Web Sites, Journalism, Aging (Individuals)
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Moore, Noreen S.; MacArthur, Charles A. – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2012
Opportunities to read and analyze others' writing or to observe readers as they analyze writing might enhance one's own sense of audience and improve one's own writing. This mixed-methods study investigated whether reader and observer activities in comparison to writing practice activities affected fifth-grade students' persuasive writing and…
Descriptors: Control Groups, Audience Awareness, Audiences, Grade 5
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