ERIC Number: ED574983
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2017
Reference Count: N/A
Handbook of Research on Instructional Systems and Educational Technology
Kidd, Terry, Ed.; Morris, Lonnie R., Jr., Ed.
Incorporating new methods and approaches in learning environments is imperative to the development of education systems. By enhancing learning processes, education becomes more attainable at all levels. "The Handbook of Research on Instructional Systems and Educational Technology" is an essential reference source for the latest scholarly research on new models, trends, and data for solving instructional and learning challenges in education. Featuring extensive coverage on a wide range of topics such as distance education, online learning, and blended learning, this publication is ideally designed for academicians, practitioners, researchers, and students seeking current research on the latest improvements in instructional systems. Following a foreword (Carolyn Ashe), and a preface (Terry Kidd, Lonnie R. Morris), the book presents the following chapters: (1) Millennials, Digital Natives, and the Emergence of New Educational Spaces (John Roberts, Terry T. Kidd); (2) Mastering Distance Education in the Digital Age (Kijpokin Kasemsap); (3) Distance and Online Learning (Sema Kalaian); (4) A Summary of Four Key Issues Affecting Distance Education (Waylon Keith Lindsay); (5) Blended Learning and Distance Education: Enablers and Barriers (Amir Manzoor); (6) Blended Learning in Higher Education: A Developing Country Perspective (Amir Manzoor); (7) The Rhetoric of Fear: Voices and Stories Told of Faculty Who Engage in Online Teaching (Terry T. Kidd); (8) Structuring Online Instruction by Dynamic Design, Delivery, and Assessment (Selma Koc, Marius Boboc); (9) Human Performance Technology and the Effects on Web-Based Instruction Performance Efficiency (Esra Ayça Güzeldereli, Utku Kose, Aslihan Tüfekci); (10) Defining and Designing Responsive Online Professional Development (ROPD): A Framework to Support Curriculum Implementation (Jeremy Riel, Kimberly A. Lawless, Scott Brown); (11) Trends and Issues with Massive Open Online Courses (Kijpokin Kasemsap); (12) Towards the Learning Experience Technology Usability Framework (Veera Kenttälä, Rebekah Rousi, Marja Kankaanranta); (13) Flipped Classroom: Advanced Issues and Applications (Kijpokin Kasemsap); (14) Multimedia Active Reading: A Framework for Understanding Learning With Tablet Textbooks (Jennifer Ann Palilonis); (15) Instructional Strategies for Game-Based Learning (Antonio Santos); (16) The Fundamentals of Game-Based Learning (Kijpokin Kasemsap); (17) Impact of Kinect Exergame on Mental Computation Speed and Achievement (Duygu Mutlu-Bayraktar, Ozgur Yilmaz); (18) Instructional Design for Simulations in Special Education Virtual Learning Spaces (Kimberly K. Floyd, Neal Shambaugh); (19) How Virtual Work Informs Virtual Learning (Lonnie R. Morris, Christine Morse, and Ta Karra Jones); (20) Modular E-Learning Course Design (Alaattin Parlakkiliç); (21) Personal Learning Environments (Mary Hricko); (22) Gender Difference in Perception and Use of Social Media Tools (Youmei Liu); (23) Social Media and Technology May Change the Culture of Rape on College Campuses (Sherri L. Niblett, Melissa L. Rakes); (24) Social Media, Mobile Technology, and New Learning Opportunities: Implications for Social Justice and Educational Spaces in Schools (Terry T. Kidd, Jame'l R. Hodges); (25) Mobile Learning (Kadir Demir); (26) Teaching Through Mobile Technology: A Reflection From High School Studies in South Africa (Mmaki Jantjies, Mike Joy); (27) Exploring the Role of Mobile Learning in Global Education (Kijpokin Kasemsap); (28) Using the Flipped Classroom to Improve Knowledge Creation of Master's-Level Students in Engineering (Sachin Ahuja); (29) The Role of Computational Thinking in the Preparation of Pre-Service Teachers (Bekir Mugayitoglu, Joseph C. Kush); (30) Wearable Computers (Byron Havard); (31) RSS and Syndication for Educators (Keith Stuart Webster); (32) Visiting Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK): Issues and Challenges for Teachers' Professional Development (Chien Yu, Dana Pomykal Franz); (33) Strategies to Support the Faculty Adoption of Technology for Student Success Initiatives (Phyllis K. Brooks Collins); and (34) The Impact of Emerging Technology on Leadership Development (Lonnie R. Morris). A compilation of references, information about the contributors, and an index are included.
Descriptors: Guides, Educational Technology, Instructional Systems, Research, Teaching Methods, Educational Environment, Technology Uses in Education, Virtual Classrooms, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy, Distance Education, Electronic Learning, Blended Learning, Social Media, Special Education, Global Education, Online Courses, Performance Technology, Web Based Instruction, Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Instructional Design, Faculty Development, Curriculum Implementation, Rape, Gender Differences, Mental Computation, Educational Games, Engineering, Secondary Education, Higher Education, Campuses
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