Table of contents for Handbook of research for educational communications and technology / edited by David H. Jonassen.

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Handbook of Research for Educational 
Communications and Technology, 2nd Edition
Part I: Theoretical Foundations for Educational Communications and Technology 
1.Behaviorism and Instructional Technology 
John K. Burton, David M. (Mike) Moore, Susan G. Magliaro
2.Systems Inquiry and Its Application in Education 
	Bela H. Banathy, Patrick M. Jenlink
3.Communication Effects of Noninteractive Media: Learning in Out-of-School Contexts
	Kathy A. Krendl, Ron Warren
4.Cognitive Perspectives in Psychology
	William Winn
5.Toward a Sociology of Educational Technology
	Stephen T. Kerr
6.Everyday Cognition and Situated Learning
	Philip H. Henning
7.An Ecological Psychology of Instructional Design:
Learning and Thinking by Perceiving--Acting Systems
	Michael Young
8.Conversation Theory
	Gary McIntyre Boyd
9.Activity Theory As a Lens for Characterizing the ParticipatoryUnit
	Sasha A. Barab, Michael A. Evans,Eun-Ok Baek
10.Media as Lived Environments: The Ecological Psychology ofEducational Technology
Brock S. Allen, Richard G. Otto,Bob Hoffman
11.Postmodernism In Educational Technology: update: 1996--2002
Denis Hlynka
Part II: Hard Technologies
12.Research on Learning from Television
Barbara Seels, Karen Fullerton, Louis Berry
13.Disciplined Inquiry and the Study of Emerging Technology	Chandra H. Orrill, Michael J. Hannafi, Evan M. Glazer
14.Distance Education	
Charlotte Nirmalani Gunawardena, Marina Stock McIsaac
15.Computer-mediated communication	
Alexander Romiszowski, Robin Mason
16.Exploring Research on Internet-based Learning: From Infrastructure to Interactions
Janette R. Hill, David Wiley,Laurie Miller Nelson, Seungyeon Han
17.Virtual Realities	
Hilary McLellan
18.The Library Media Center: Touchstone for Instructional Design and Technology In the Schools	
Delia Neuman
19.Technology in the service of foreign language learning: 
the case of the language laboratory	
	Warren B. Roby
Part III. Soft Technologies
20.Foundations of Programmed Instruction
	Barbara Lockee, David (Mike) Moore, John Burton
21.Games and Simulations and Their Relationships to Learning
	Margaret E. Gredler
	Lloyd P. Rieber 
23.Learning from Hypertext: Research Issues and Findings
	Amy Shapiro, Dale Niederhauser
Part IV. Instructional Design Approaches
24.Conditions Theory and Models for Designing Instruction
	Tillman J. Ragan and Patricia L. Smith
25.Adaptive Instructional Systems
	Ok-choon Park, Jung Lee
26.Automating Instructional Design: Approaches and Limitations
	J. Michael Spector and Celestia Ohrazda
27.User-Design Research
	Alison Carr-Chellman and Mike Savoy
Part V. Instructional Strategies
28.Generative Learning Contributions to the Design of Instruction and Learning
	Barbara L. Grabowski
29.Feedback Research Revisited
	Edna Holland Mory
30.Cooperation and the Use of Technology
	David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson
31.Cognitive Apprenticeship in Educational Practice: 
Research on Scaffolding, Modeling, Mentoring, and Coaching 
as Instructional Strategies
	Vanessa Paz Dennen
32.Case-Based Learning Aids
	Janet L. Kolodner, Jakita N. Owensby, and Mark Guzdial
Part VI. Instructional Message Design
33.Visual Representations and Learning: The Role of 
Static and Animated Graphics
	Gary J. Anglin, Hossein Vaez, Kathryn L. Cunningham
34.Designing Instructional and Informational Text
	James Hartley
35.Auditory Instruction
	Ann E. Barron
36.Multiple-Channel Communication: 
The theoretical and researchfoundations of Multimedia
	David M. (Mike) Moore, John K. Burton, and Robert J. Myers
Part VII: Research Methodologies
37.Philosophy, Research, and Education
	J. Randall Koetting, and Mark Malisa
38.Experimental Research Methods
	Steven M. Ross, Gary R. Morrison
39.Qualitative Research Issues and
Methods: an Introduction for Educational Technologists
	Wilhelmina C. Savenye, Rhonda S. Robinson
40.Conversation Analysis for 
Educational Technologists: Theoretical and Methodological Issues for Researching the Structures, Processes, and Meaning of On-Line Talk
	Joan M. Mazur
41.Developmental Research: Studies ofInstructional 
Design and Development
	Rita C. Richey, James D. Klein, Wayne A. Nelson

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Educational technology Research Handbooks, manuals, etc, Communication in education Research Handbooks, manuals, etc, Telecommunication in education Research Handbooks, manuals, etc, Instructional systems Design Research Handbooks, manuals, etc