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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2012 Volume 40, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Identifying Multimedia Production Competencies and Skills of Instructional Design and Technology Professionals: An Analysis of Recent Job Postings

    William Sugar, Brent Hoard, Abbie Brown & Lee Daniels

    In an effort to document necessary multimedia production competencies of Instructional Design and Technology graduates, a recent analysis of over 7 months' worth of Instructional Design and... More

    pp. 227-249

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  2. Effects of Integrating Multimedia into the Third Grade Mathematics Curriculum to Improve Student Learning

    Yuliang Liu

    This project was designed to test Mayer's multimedia theory in an elementary school to improve students' mathematics learning for low-income children. The study designed and developed two... More

    pp. 251-271

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  3. Computer Simulations of Quantum Theory of Hydrogen Atom for Natural Science Education Students in a Virtual Lab

    Gurmukh Singh

    The present article is primarily targeted for the advanced college/university undergraduate students of chemistry/physics education, computational physics/chemistry, and computer science. The most ... More

    pp. 273-286

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  4. Reconsidering Information Literacy in the 21st Century: The Redesign of an Information Literacy Class

    Mark F. McBride

    The response to the countless forms of information delivery and creation has been the catalyst for the development of the new literacies that are being researched and implemented into teaching by... More

    pp. 287-300

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  5. A Proposed Framework for Educational Innovation Dissemination

    Benjamin T. Hazen, Yun Wu, Chetan S. Sankar & L Allison Jones-Farmer

    Although the need for new educational technologies is increasing, the process for disseminating these innovations remains a challenge. A literature review shows that few studies have thoroughly... More

    pp. 301-321

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  6. Applying Strategies of Self-Regulation and Self-Efficacy to the Design and Evaluation of Online Learning Programs

    Yong-Chil Yang & Eunmi Park

    This study is designed to address aspects of self-regulation and self-efficacy as they relate to critical issues in the design and evaluation of online learning programs. It begins with a... More

    pp. 323-335

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