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West, Jessica A. – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2019
In this article, I share the ways in which New Literacies theory served as an interpretive lens to understand how the Internet as a cultural tool mediates the literacy actions of adolescents in English Language Arts classrooms. Data were drawn from a larger study in which students who were considered "at-risk" because of previous…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Literacy Education, Internet
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Donnelly, Roisin – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2019
This study explores the relationship between conceptions of innovation in eLearning pedagogy, the role of artefact-based learning in demonstrating this innovation, and how this can be investigated through critical incidents analysis of personal and collective learning. The context is an accredited masters programmes and the graduates' experience…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Innovation, Teaching Methods
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Li, Kun; Darr, Kent; Gao, Fei – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2018
Researchers have recognized the role that microblogging tools play in enhancing the effectiveness of communication and interaction in the classroom. However, few studies have specifically examined how to use microblogging tools to bring educational resources into the classroom to enrich the student learning experience. The exploratory case study…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Web Sites
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Reyna, Jorge; Hanham, Jose; Meier, Peter – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2018
Being literate has traditionally meant being able to read and write using the media of the day. In the 21st century, being literate requires additional skills such as competence with digital media creation. Until recently, those who could afford and use equipment and applications to produce digital media content were typically developers and…
Descriptors: Internet, Web 2.0 Technologies, Media Literacy, Taxonomy
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Baisley-Nodine, Ellen; Ritzhaupt, Albert D.; Antonenko, Pavlo D. – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2018
This study examined the use of Twitter for online discussions in one asynchronous online, journalism class. A content analysis of the transcripts of the tweets from 25 undergraduate students was performed, coding for social presence using the social presence density measurement tool, one of the three aspects of the community of inquiry framework.…
Descriptors: Social Media, Online Courses, Journalism Education, Content Analysis
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Reyna, Jorge; Hanham, Jose; Meier, Peter Charles – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2018
Across a broad range of subjects in higher education institutions, students are required to complete assessment tasks that involve the production of digital artefacts. Examples include podcasts, digital stories, animations, video and blended media. To produce effective digital artefacts, one must be digitally literate. This requires a certain set…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Media Literacy, Multimedia Materials, Electronic Publishing
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Lewis, Lyn – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2017
The ePortfolio has been used in initial teacher education for its storage and presentation functions; however, its use as a pedagogic tool to enhance learning outcomes is less common. This study explored students' perceptions of ePortfolio and their learning in a Bachelor of Education (primary) programme at a New Zealand university. The research…
Descriptors: Portfolios (Background Materials), Electronic Publishing, Fundamental Concepts, Instructional Design
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Reyna, Jorge; Hanham, Jose; Meier, Peter – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2017
The notion of students as co-creators of content in higher education is gaining popularity, with an ever-increasing emphasis on the development of digital media assignments. In a separate paper, the authors introduced the Digital Media Literacies Framework, which is composed of three interrelated domains: (1) conceptual, (2) functional, and (3)…
Descriptors: Taxonomy, Multimedia Materials, Electronic Publishing, Student Developed Materials
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Hattem, David; Lomicka, Lara – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2016
This study presents an overview and critical analysis of the literature related to Twitter and language learning published from 2009 to 2016. Seventeen studies were selected for inclusion based on a four-phase identification procedure, which helped us to identify published studies that resulted in a content analysis of themes in the articles…
Descriptors: Social Media, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Content Analysis
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Cleveland, Simon; Jackson, Barcus C.; Dawson, Maurice – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2016
With the rise of Web 2.0, microblogging has become a widely accepted phenomenon for sharing information. Moreover, the Twitter platform has become the tool of choice for universities looking to increase their digital footprint. However, scant research addresses the viability of microblogging as a tool to facilitate knowledge creation practices…
Descriptors: Web 2.0 Technologies, Privacy, Electronic Publishing, Social Media
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Chawinga, Winner Dominic – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2016
It is understood that microblogging (tweeting) which is a form of Web 2.0, has been a centre of attraction in some institutions of higher education. However, despite its hype and pomp as reported by some scholars in developed countries, integration of Twitter in a classroom environment in developing countries is just beginning to flourish. In…
Descriptors: Social Media, Electronic Publishing, Course Content, Foreign Countries
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Cuban, Larry; Jandric, Petar – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2015
In this article, Larry Cuban discusses his ideas about the topic of this Special Issue of E-learning and Digital Media "Networked Realms and Hoped-For Futures: A Trans-Generational Dialogue" with one of its co-editors, Petar Jandric. The conversation explores the historical relationships between education and information and…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Information Technology, Prediction, Innovation
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McDougall, Julian; Potter, John – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2015
This article combines research results from a range of projects with two consistent themes. Firstly, we explore the potential for curation to offer a productive metaphor for the convergence of digital media learning across and between home/lifeworld and formal educational/system-world spaces--or between the public and private spheres. Secondly, we…
Descriptors: Expertise, Media Literacy, Authors, Web 2.0 Technologies
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DeJaynes, Tiffany – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2015
The paper draws upon a year-long practitioner inquiry with adolescents who conducted auto-ethnographies as part of a research course in their urban public high school. Through ethnographic data collection, youth researched their own lives, cultures, and beliefs with the end goal of producing multimodal films that represented their embodied senses…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, Adolescents, Film Production
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Manchester, Helen; Facer, Keri – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2015
The world population is ageing. In the UK alone, it is projected that by 2035 those aged 65 and over will account for 23 per cent of the total population whilst the number of people aged 85 and over will account for 5 per cent of the total population. At the same time, the digital transformations of the last few decades are leaving behind many…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Aging (Individuals), Older Adults, Autobiographies
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