HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH   ON EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS  AND TECHNOLOGY 
Third Edition

A Project of the
Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Published by: Routledge © 2008

EDITED BY
J. Michael Spector, M. David Merrill,
Jeroen van MerriŽnboer, and Marcy P. Driscoll

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Part I - Foundations

1. Historical Foundations
     Michael Molenda

2. Theoretical Foundations
     J. Michael Spector

3. Complexity Theorys
     Xiaopeng Ni and Robert Maribe Branch

4. Experiential Perspectives
     Konrad Morgan

5. Empirical Perspectives on Memory and Motivation
     Norbert M. Seel

6. Contextualistic Perspectives
     Eric J. Fox

7. Philosophical Perspectives
     Kathy L. Schuh and Sasha A. Barab

Part II - Strategies

8. Representation Strategies
     Linda L. Lohr and James E. Gall

9. Strategies for Designing Embodied Curriculum
     Sasha A. Barab and Tyler Dodge

10. Generative Learning: Principles and Implications for Making Meaning
     Hyeon Woo Lee, Kyu Yon Lim, and Barbara L. Grabowski

11. Feedback Strategies for Interactive Learning Tasks
     Susanne Narciss

12. Technology-Enhanced Support Strategies for Inquiry Learning
     Yael Kali and Marcia C. Linn

13. A Distributed Perspective on Collaborative Activity
      Thomas Satwicz and Reed Stevens

14. Prescriptive Principles for Instructional Design
     M. David Merrill, Matthew Barclay, and Andrew van Schaak

Part III - Technologies

15. Programmed Technologies
     Barbara B. Lockee, Miriam B. Larson, John K. Burton, and D. Michael Moore

16. Educational Hypertext
     Dale S. Niederhauser

17. Computer-Mediated Technologies
     
Arthur C. Graesser, Patrick Chipman, and Brandon G. King

18. Computer-Mediated Communications Technologies
     Jay Pfaffman

19. K–12 Library Media Centers
     Delia Neuman

20. Technology-Based Knowledge Systems
     Ian Douglas

21. Flexible Learning and the Architecture of Learning Places
     Peter Goodyear

22. Enabling Time, Pace, and Place Independence
     Som Naidu

23. Blended Learning Environments
     Charles R. Graham and Charles Dziuban

24. Adaptive Technologies
     Valerie J. Shute and Diego Zapata-Rivera

25. Generational Differences
     Thomas C. Reeves and Eunjung Oh

26. Technologies Linking Learning, Cognition, and Instruction
     Sabine Graf and Kinshuk

27. Synthetic Learning Environments
     Janis A. Cannon-Bowers and Clint A. Bowers

28. Modeling Technologies
     Roy B. Clariana and Johannes Strobel

29. The Learning Objects Literature
     David A. Wiley

30. Open Source and Open Standards
     Rob Koper

Part IV - Models

31. Human Cognitive Architecture
     John Sweller

32. Outcome-Referenced, Conditions-Based Theories and Models
     Tillman J. Ragan, Patricia L. Smith, and L. K. Curda

33. Cooperation and the Use of Technology
     David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson

34. The Cognitive Apprenticeship Model in Educational Practice
     Vanessa P. Dennen and Kerry J. Burner

35. Whole-Task Models in Education
     Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer and Liesbeth Kester

36. Model-Facilitated Learning
     Ton de Jong and Wouter R. van Joolingen

37. Adaptive Instructional Systems
     Jung Lee and Ok-Choon Park

38. Problem-Based Learning
     Woei Hung, David H. Jonassen, and Rude Liu

39. Behavioral, Cognitive, and Technological Approaches to Performance Improvement
     Ruth Colvin Clark and Frank Nguyen

40. Resource-Based Learning
     Michael J. Hannafin and Janette R. Hill

41. Instructional Models in Domains and Professions
      Henny P. A. Boshuizen, Caroline Phythian-Sence, Richard K. Wagner, Koeno Gravemeijer,
    Geerdina Maria van der Aalsvoort, Fleurie Nievelstein, Tamara van Gog, Frans J. Prins,
    Tim Dornan, Albert Scherpbier, and John Spencer

Part V - Design and Develepment

42. Competencies for the New-Age Instructional Designer
     Roderick C. Sims and Tiffany A. Koszalka

43. Cognitive Task Analysis
     Richard E. Clark, David F. Feldon, Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer,
     Kenneth A. Yates, and Sean Early

44. Design and Validation of Technology-Based Performance Assessments
     Eva L. Baker, Gregory K. W. K. Chung, and Girlie C. Delacruz

45. Models and Methods for Evaluation
     Ron Owston

46. Change Agentry
     Brian Beabout and Alison A. Carr-Chellman

47. Design Languages
     Andrew S. Gibbons, Luca Botturi, Eddy Boot, and Jon Nelson

48. The Social Consequences of Design and Development Teams
     Laura Blasi, Stephen M. Fiore, John Hedberg, and Richard F. Schmid

49. User-Centered Design and Development
     Eun-Ok Baek, Kursat Cagiltay, Elizabeth Boling, and Theodore Frick

50. Tools for Design and Development of Online Instruction
     Bryan L. Chapman

51. Artifacts as Tools in the Design Process
     Elizabeth Boling and Kennon M. Smith

52. Systems Design for Change in Education and Training
     Sunnie Lee Watson, William R. Watson, and Charles M. Reigeluth

Part VI - Methodological Issues

53. Theory Development
     Jan Elen and Geraldine Clarebout

54. Research Designs
     Steven M. Ross, Gary R. Morrison, Robert D. Hannafin, Michael Young, Jan van den Akker,
     Wilmad Kuiper, Rita C. Richey, and James D. Klein

55. Data Collection and Analysis
     Tamara van Gog, Fred Paas, Wilhelmina Savenye, Rhonda Robinson, Mary Niemczyk, Robert Atkinson, Tristan E. Johnson, Debra L. O’Connor, Remy M. J. P. Rikers, Paul Ayres, Aaron R. Duley, Paul Ward, and Peter A. Hancock

56.Foundations for the Future
     ChanMin Kim, JungMi Lee, Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer, M. David Merrill, and J. Michael Spector

Indexes

Glossary of Terms

Author Index

Subject Index