Dissertations for Multimedia Communications
Sigler, Sharyn Claire
The Community-Building Process Among Young Learners in a Virtual Collaborative EnvironmentPh.D. thesis, University of California, Irvine.
Soto Vega, Karrieann M.
Rocking and reading exploring multimodal media literacy in an ESL college classroomMaster's thesis, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez .
Stegeman, Cynthia A.
The Effect of a Multimedia Learning Environment on the Knowledge, Attitude, Confidence, and Skill of Dental Hygiene StudentsPh.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati.
Stowe, Shawn Andrew
Student perceptions and use of multimodal and traditional forms of compositionMaster's thesis, Clemson University.
Igniting GameZombie TV: A Longitudinal Autoethnography of a Student-Fueled Game Media StudioPh.D. thesis, The University of Wisconsin - Madison.
I am here—are you there? Sense of presence and implications for virtual world designPh.D. thesis, Pepperdine University.
Earthquake risk communication with video games: Examining the role of player-game interaction in influencing the gaming experience and outcomesPh.D. thesis, Purdue University.
Weber, Nicole L.
'Tech'nically speaking: Social technology cyberbullying among middle and high school peersPh.D. thesis, The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Wendell, Nicholas W.
Connecting to generation.com—the challenge facing university student unionsMaster of Science thesis, South Dakota State University.
Williams, Robert Warren
Digital immigrant teacher perceptions of social media as it influences the affective and cognitive development of students: A phenomenological studyPh.D. thesis, Liberty University.
Yung, Hsin I
Effects of an animated agent with instructional strategies in facilitating student achievement of different educational objectives in multimedia learningPh.D. thesis, The Pennsylvania State University.
Applicability of gestalt theory in GlogsterMaster's thesis, Multimedia University .
Learning strategies in play during basic training for Medal of Honor and Call of Duty video gamesPh.D. thesis, Indiana University.