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Recent innovations in educational technology that facilitate student learning / edited by Daniel H. Robinson, Gregory Schraw.

Contributor(s): Robinson, Daniel H | Schraw, Gregory JMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Current perspectives on cognition, learning, and instructionPublication details: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Pub., ©2008. Description: 1 online resource (vi, 290 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781607529422; 1607529424Subject(s): Educational technology | Teaching -- Aids and devices | EDUCATION -- Computers & Technology | Educational technology | Teaching -- Aids and devicesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Recent innovations in educational technology that facilitate student learning.DDC classification: 371.33 LOC classification: LB1028.3 | .R417 2008ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
A need for quality research in e-learning / Daniel H. Robinson and Gregory Schraw -- Assessment of cognitive load in multimedia learning: theory, methods, and applications / Fred Paas, Paul Ayres, and Mariya Pachman -- How do animations influence learning? / Shaaron Ainsworth -- Fostering multimedia learning of mathematics: comparing the efficacy of animated pedagogical agents to conventional visual cues / Robert K. Atkinson, Mary Margaret Lusk, and Alan Koenig -- Autotutor: learning through natural language dialogue that adapts to the cognitive and affective states of the learner / Arthur Graesser [and others] -- The role of self-regulated learning about science with hypermedia / Roger Azevedo -- Design rationale within TELS projects to support knowledge integration / Douglas B. Clark [and others] -- Rapid computer-based diagnostic tests of learners' knowledge / Slava Kalyuga -- Beyond clicks and semantics: facilitating navigation via the web's social capital / Kimberly A. Lawless and P.G. Schrader -- Physically distributed learning with virtual manipulatives for elementary mathematics / Taylor Martin -- A computer-based, team-based testing system / Daniel H. Robinson, Michael Sweet, and Michael Mayrath.
Summary: "The field of educational technology is exploding in terms of innovations being developed daily. Most of these innovations hold fascinating promise but enjoy almost no empirical support. There are educational researchers who have both developed innovations and tested their potential empirically. This book will capture the latest and most promising innovations from the leading educational technologists in the world, including animations, simulations, visualizations, navigation, manipulatives, pedagogical agents, and assessment. This book is appropriate for university courses in educational technology for those wishing to showcase the latest innovations that are accompanied by empirical support." --Book Jacket.
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A need for quality research in e-learning / Daniel H. Robinson and Gregory Schraw -- Assessment of cognitive load in multimedia learning: theory, methods, and applications / Fred Paas, Paul Ayres, and Mariya Pachman -- How do animations influence learning? / Shaaron Ainsworth -- Fostering multimedia learning of mathematics: comparing the efficacy of animated pedagogical agents to conventional visual cues / Robert K. Atkinson, Mary Margaret Lusk, and Alan Koenig -- Autotutor: learning through natural language dialogue that adapts to the cognitive and affective states of the learner / Arthur Graesser [and others] -- The role of self-regulated learning about science with hypermedia / Roger Azevedo -- Design rationale within TELS projects to support knowledge integration / Douglas B. Clark [and others] -- Rapid computer-based diagnostic tests of learners' knowledge / Slava Kalyuga -- Beyond clicks and semantics: facilitating navigation via the web's social capital / Kimberly A. Lawless and P.G. Schrader -- Physically distributed learning with virtual manipulatives for elementary mathematics / Taylor Martin -- A computer-based, team-based testing system / Daniel H. Robinson, Michael Sweet, and Michael Mayrath.

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"The field of educational technology is exploding in terms of innovations being developed daily. Most of these innovations hold fascinating promise but enjoy almost no empirical support. There are educational researchers who have both developed innovations and tested their potential empirically. This book will capture the latest and most promising innovations from the leading educational technologists in the world, including animations, simulations, visualizations, navigation, manipulatives, pedagogical agents, and assessment. This book is appropriate for university courses in educational technology for those wishing to showcase the latest innovations that are accompanied by empirical support." --Book Jacket.

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