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Justifying imagery: Multimedia support for learning through explanation

B. K. Smith, E. Blankinship
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
However, these images are too often used as "visual aids"-simple explanations of concepts that do not require students to think deeply about the meanings implicit in the imagery.  ...  This paper describes an approach to using photographs and video as a primary data source for inquiry learning.  ...  Conclusion We have been developing a class of applications that use imagery as a primary source for learning through inquiry.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.393.0749 fatcat:pmolynaprvbvnkgwopzer4swhe

The Use of Verbal and Imagery Mnemonics in Second-Language Vocabulary Learning

Andrew D. Cohen
1987 Studies in Second Language Acquisition  
Most research to date underlines the effectiveness of multimedia tools supporting the strategies to learn vocabulary including the strategies of mnemonics, verbal repetition and looking up words in an  ...  This, in turn, justifies the reason why teachers should begin strategy training at an early age.  ...  Materials: -KWL chart Appendix K Corpus of Unknown Words form E-storybooks for Pre and Post Tests  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0272263100006501 fatcat:d5bav4ps3vbb3kg4dmaan7qbsa

Methods for Measuring Geodiversity in Large Overhead Imagery Datasets

Aaron M. Wesley, Timothy C. Matisziw
2021 IEEE Access  
multimedia internet databases.  ...  As such, scalable quantitative metrics to support these types of tasks are required.  ...  For more information, see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ This article has been accepted for publication in a future issue of this journal, but has not been fully edited.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3096034 fatcat:keclmo4zaff3lbfiote2tldqc4

Sibelius and the World of Art: Experience and Expression through Music and Imagery in Arts Educational Studies

Inkeri Ruokonen, Erica Othman
2016 InSEA ART Education VISUAL Journal IMAG #3  
The total word limit for the Photo-essays and Visual reports is between 1000 and 2000 words, should integrate image and text in a creative way to document, evaluate or reflect on art-based learning activities  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been financially supported by the Academy of Finland (projects no. 135138 and 271362).  ...  about children and, hence, to support their holistic learning and well-being.  ... 
doi:10.24981/2414-3332-3.1.2016.18 fatcat:fgfs57dqpffkxkntmxhkcowyp4

Learning and expressing

W. Bender
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
"Justifying Imagery: Multimedia Support for Learning Through Explanation," by Smith and Blankinship, advocates the use of technology in support of engagement in the task of formulating and critiquing explanatory  ...  The final two papers in this section describe tools for learning through expressing.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.393.0683 fatcat:p37sw5h32ngltoakxfdkqxrfay

Image Maps: Exploring Urban History through Digital Photography [chapter]

Brian K. Smith, Erik Blankinship, Alfred Ashford, Michael Baker, Timothy Hirzel
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes an integration of geographic information systems (GIS) and multimedia technologies to create opportunities for people to explore the history of their cities.  ...  We describe the hardware and software architectures and learning outcomes that we expect to see in classroom use.  ...  The work described here is a first step towards fusing GIS and multimedia systems to produce new learning experiences through imagery. Fig. 4. An "out of the box" view of the camera hardware.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46422-0_26 fatcat:46jymv3wafglhe5llvvk5wtviy

Using interactive simulations to enhance conceptual development and problem solving skills

Alan Van Heuvelen
1997 AIP Conference Proceedings  
Interactive multimedia plays an important role in this learning system.  ...  The goals are to help students: develop qualitative representations and imagery so that they can reason effectively without math about physical processes; learn to use the symbolic language of physics  ...  Introducing the Math Representation (a) (b) When young children learn to read and write, the symbols are linked to pictures that provide imagery and context for the words.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.53125 fatcat:ggojw7snjrfs5o2y4xz2zmpeki

The Influence of Multimedia on Improving the Comprehension of Organizational Information

Kai H. Lim, Izak Benbasat
2002 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Imagery and deep structure in the recall of English nominalizations. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 10, | (1971), 1-12. 30. Perkins, D.N., and Salomon, G. Teaching for transfer.  ...  These predictions were tested through a laboratory experiment using a simulated multimedia intranet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045712 fatcat:cu7jcjtrz5ffjlgqgpco3jqyyu

Interaction in Distance Education and Online Learning: Using Evidence and Theory to Improve Practice [chapter]

Philip C. Abrami, Robert M. Bernard, Eva M. Bures, Eugene Borokhovski, Rana M. Tamim
2012 The Next Generation of Distance Education  
These include principles and applications stemming from the theories of self-regulation and multimedia learning, research-based motivational principles and collaborative learning principles.  ...  We highlight several evidence-based approaches that may be useful in the next generation of distance and online learning.  ...  4) elaborated explanations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-1785-9_4 fatcat:42yngn4jqre3xied6vuyfozav4

Interaction in distance education and online learning: using evidence and theory to improve practice

Philip C. Abrami, Robert M. Bernard, Eva M. Bures, Eugene Borokhovski, Rana M. Tamim
2011 Journal of Computing in Higher Education  
These include principles and applications stemming from the theories of self-regulation and multimedia learning, research-based motivational principles and collaborative learning principles.  ...  We highlight several evidence-based approaches that may be useful in the next generation of distance and online learning.  ...  4) elaborated explanations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12528-011-9043-x fatcat:5xf7ascv45gzxm3yl522ma5i3q

Learning Vocabulary via Mobile Phone: Persian EFL Learners in Focus

Saeed Taki, Saeed Khazaei
2011 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
Index Terms-vocabulary learning, multimedia learning, mobile learning, learning and technology JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE TEACHING AND RESEARCH  ...  The findings can provide an appropriate model for designing learning materials for L2 learners.  ...  In designing learning materials for mobile phones, the application of multimedia seems useful through which not only could different types of learning materials in the form of annotations be presented  ... 
doi:10.4304/jltr.2.6.1252-1258 fatcat:sigjzatqx5ei5ji4lr5s7pwseu

Dual coding theory and education

James M. Clark, Allan Paivio
1991 Educational Psychology Review  
In other srudies,dual coding interpretations of concreteness effects have been supported by participants' reports of selective use of imagery strategies to learn concrete material and verbal strategies  ...  Dual coding theory and its educational implications parallel the historical emphasis on concretization of knowledge through imagery and pictures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01320076 fatcat:wr564f6ifnc7jdr7edht4ghrby

Expert Systems and Multimedia: Examining the Potential for Integration

William L. Fuerst, James M. Ragusa, Efraim Turban
1994 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Multimedia also supports the explanation facilities of expert systems by providing improved explanations that may include video or audio presentations of underlying expert system logic, supporting graphs  ...  Also, multimedia has been used to support knowledge acquisition through the use of multimedia tools to train in knowledge acquisition (for example, KRATT [27]) and to explore documented knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1994.11518054 fatcat:ilkpw73zszb27d5hqhf2sxh6pm

Multimedia and Cognition: Examining the Effect of Applying Cognitive Principles to the Design of Instructional Materials

Nik Thompson, Tanya Jane McGill
2008 Journal of educational computing research  
Abstract The human cognitive system possesses a finite processing capacity, which is split into channels for various modalities, and learning can be inhibited if any of the cognitive channels is overloaded  ...  ABSTRACT The human cognitive system possesses a finite processing capacity, which is split into channels for various modalities, and learning can be inhibited if any of the cognitive channels is overloaded  ...  This finding indicates that the investment of additional development time and resources required for application of cognitive principles in multimedia development are justified.  ... 
doi:10.2190/ec.39.2.c fatcat:kz64rsya4fa4jmppypzrjbipna

Refuting student teachers' misconceptions about multimedia learning

Anja Prinz, Julia Kollmer, Lisa Flick, Alexander Renkl, Alexander Eitel
2021 Instructional Science  
AbstractPrior research indicates that student teachers frequently have misconceptions about multimedia learning.  ...  This study suggests that refutation texts addressing multimedia-learning misconceptions should be applied in teacher education.  ...  Participants received 1 point if they both chose the correct answer and provided a correct explanation for it (e.g., "Decorative pictures typically do not support learning but can even have detrimental  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-021-09568-z fatcat:p46ebr3gtnhhhmbcfecoakp23i
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