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Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (39th, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2016). Volume 1


For the thirty-ninth 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 Las Vegas, Nevada. The Proceedings of AECT's Convention are published in two volumes. Volume 1 contains 24 papers dealing primarily with research and development topics. Fifteen papers dealing with the practice of educational communications and technology are contained in Volume 2. The 24 papers included in Volume 1 are: (1) New Definition of Educational Technology (Jafar Ahmadigol); (2) Using Concept Mapping as Note Taking Strategies in Undergraduate Science Courses (Danilo M. Baylen, Erin Duckett, Runeshia Parker, and Elvira Arellano); (3) An eLearning Strategy for New Media Literacy Within a Participatory Culture (Berkay Bulus, J. Ana Donaldson, and Aytekin Isman); (4) Turning Passive Watching to Active Learning: Engaging Online Learners Through Interactive Video Assessment (Huei-Lien Chen); (5) Strengthening Learner Participation in Online Courses: The Role of Digital Content Curation (Ana-Paula Correia and Nadia Jaramillo); (6) Cognitive Load as an Inhibitor to Technology Adoption in P-12 Schools (Tara Dalinger, Scott Haselwood, Jose Fulgencio, Cates Schwark, Ying Xiu, and Tutaleni Asino); (7) Instructional Methods for Online Writing Courses: A Case Study (Ryan Eller, Karen Wisdom, and Bude Su); (8) Design Thinking: A New Construct for Educators (Kristin Elwood); (9) Survey of Teacher Educators on Professional Development Materials Used for Technology Integration Training (Hoyet H. Hemphill, Erkan Caliskan, and Leaunda S. Hemphill); (10) An Investigation of Secondary Pre-Service Music Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Teacher's Self-Efficacy Through Peer Mentoring: A Case Study of the Graduate School of Music Education in South Korea (Eunjin Kim and Byungro Lim); (11) Creative Teacher, Creative Teaching: Identifying Indicators and Inspiration for Professional Innovation in the Teaching Environment (Jody Lawrence); (12) Creativity in Education (Jody Lawrence); (13) VoiceThread: A Design Critique Model for Implementing Asynchronous Feedback into Online, Problem-Based Learning (Jody Lawrence and Stephanie Watson Zollinger); (14) Using Telepresence Robots to Provide Authentic Communicative Practices to Remote Foreign Language Learners (Jian Liao); (15) Perceptions of Technology Integration and Creative Curricula in Child Education (Ashley McArthur, Holly H. Ellis, and Byron Havard); (16) Technology Integration Matrix: Benefits to the Pre-Service Educator (Kelly McKenna, Catherine Otieno, and Lindsey Schulz); (17) The Influence of the Teaching Practicum on Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of Good Teaching (Eunkyung Moon, Eunhye Lee, Yonjin Lee, Hoilym Kwon, Wonsug Shin, and Innwoo Park); (18) A Creative Way to Build Confidence and Preparedness for Face-to-Face Interviews: An Online Interview Simulation (DeAnna L. Proctor and Lenora Jean Justice); (19) Designing the Class as a Game to Promote Active Learning in K-12 Education: A Literature Review (Seyedahmad Rahimi and Valerie J. Shute); (20) Designing Health Professions Education to Engender Critical Thinking: A Review of the Literature {Daniel A. Taylor); (21) Faculty Members' Best Practice Standards in the Design of Higher Education Online Courses (Berhane Teclehaimanot and Henry Marshall); (22) Video that Matters: Enhancing Student Engagement Through Interactive Video-Centric Program in Online Courses (Sirui Wang and Huei-Lien Chen); (23) Google Apps as Research Tools (Nicola Wills-Espinosa and Gabriela Jalil); and (24) How Web 2.0 Technologies Drive Learning Integration by Using Twitter in the Teaching Process (Kübra Sultan Yüzüncüyil and J. Ana Donaldson). (Individual papers contain references.) [For Volume 2, see ED579662.]


Simonson, M. Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (39th, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2016). Volume 1. Retrieved January 20, 2020 from .

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