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Title Increasing student engagement and retention using multimedia technologies [electronic resource] : video annotation, multimedia applications, videoconferencing and transmedia storytelling / edited by Laura A. Wankel, Patrick Blessinger ; in collaboration with Jurate Stanaityte, Neil Washington.
Published Bingley, UK : Emerald , 2013.
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 Electronic Book  LB2395.7 .I53 2013eb    ONLINE
  
Edition 1st ed.
Description 1 online resource (viii, 292 pages) : illustrations
Series Cutting-edge technologies in higher education ; v. 6f.
Contents Front cover; increasing student engagement and retention using multimedia technologies: video annotation, multimedia applications, videoconferencing and transmedia storytelling; copyright page; contents; list of contributors; part i: adoption of multimedia technologies; inventive approaches in higher education: an introduction to using multimedia technologies; introduction; adoption principles; application benefits; theoretical framing; technology; chapter overviews; conclusion; references; higher education: a medium in search of a message; introduction: the medium; should content be king?
Textbooks and capitalismtechnology and teaching; knowledge: explicit and tacit; group tacit knowledge; freedom and liberation; conclusion: new spaces for learning; references; part ii: application of multimedia technologies; using technology and digital narratives to engage doctoral students in self-authorship and learning partnerships; introduction; doctoral students as adult learners; student development theory, self-authorship, and learning partnerships; the role of technology and digital storytelling in fostering self-authorship; conclusion; references
Learning and teaching as communicative actions: transmedia storytellingintroduction; theoretical framework: learning and teaching as communicative actions theory (ltca); introducing a transmedia classroom experience: a case study; modeling a transmedia classroom experience: a case study; designing with transmedia; closing discussion; references; technology and the changing nature of narratives in language learning and teaching; introduction; digital storytelling; game narratives for language learning; games for language learning; conclusion; references
Promoting engagement through a student-built digital atlas of maori studiesintroduction; the te kawa a māui atlas; data collection; findings; engagement in the digital; challenges of digital mapping; concluding remarks and future studies; acknowledgements; references; appendix a: other course assignments; appendix b: digital tools; appendix c: data collection; learner engagement in an intercultural virtual experience; introduction; the goal of a virtual class project; methodology for overall assessment of the project; the online classroom experience
Expectations and feedbacks of cuny and khu studentslearning assessment based on kolb's experiential model; characteristics of different learner modes according to the learner skills profile (lsp); learning styles type grid; findings on kolb's learning styles; concluding remarks; notes; references; video annotation for collaborative connections to learning: case studies from an australian higher education context; introduction; the development of annotatable video as a learning tool; the story of mat's evolution; key stakeholders test the pre-production mat design; the first mat trial
The pilot study
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Apr. 24, 2013).
Subject Education, Higher -- Effect of technological innovations on.
Related Names Wankel, Laura A.
Blessinger, Patrick.
Related To Print version: Wankel, Laura A. Increasing student engagement and retention using multimedia technologies. Bingley, UK : Emerald , 2013. Increasing Student Engagement and Retention using Multimedia Technologies : Video Annotation, Multimedia Applications, Videoconferencing and Transmedia Storytelling Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited,c2013 9781781905135
ISBN 1781905142 (electronic bk.)
9781781905142 (electronic bk.)