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Table of Contents Preface Introduction?Adriana G. Bus and Susan B. Neuman I Understanding the multimedia environment for learning Chapter-1: Special Audience, Special Concerns: Children and the Media-- Ellen Wartella and Rebekah A. Richert Chapter-2: Digital beginnings: Young children?s use of popular culture, media and new technologies in homes and early years settings--Jackie Marsh Chapter-3: The Case for Multi-media Presentations in Learning: A Theory of Synergy-- Susan B. Neuman Chapter-4: Cognitive processes during reading: Implications for the use of multimedia to foster reading comprehension -- Paul van den Broek, Panayiota Kendeou, and Mary Jane White II Designing multimedia applications for learning Chapter-5: The eBook as a Learning Object in an Online World -- Kathleen Roskos and Jeremy Brueck Chapter-6: A New Look at an Old Format: Eye Tracking Studies of Shared Book Reading and the Implications for E-Books and E-book Research--Mary Ann Evans, Annie Roy-Charland and Jean-Saint-Aubin Chapter-7: Learning from interactive vocabulary books in kindergarten. Looking back, looking forward--Eliane Segers Chapter-8: Struggling readers and multimedia--Victor H.P. van Daal Chapter-9: Old and New Media in the Lives of Young Disadvantaged Bilingual Children--Paul P.M. Leseman, Aziza Y. Mayo and Anna F. Scheele III New approaches to storybook reading Chapter-10: How Onscreen Storybooks Contribute to Early Literacy?Adriana G. Bus, Marian J.A.J. Verhallen, and Maria de Jong Chapter-11: The Educational Electronic Book as a Tool for Supporting Children's Emergent Literacy--Adina Shamir and Ofra Korat Chapter-12: Effects of Television on Language and Literacy Development -- Yuuko Uchikoshi Chapter-13: "Let's do the computer story again, Nana": A Case Study of how a two-year-old and his grandmother shared thinking spaces during Multiple Shared Readings of an Electronic Story--Linda D. Labbo IV Multimedia applications in classroom instruction Chapter-14: Embedded Multimedia:Using Video to Enhance Reading Outcomes in Success for All--Bette Chambers, Alan Cheung, Nancy A. Madden, Robert E. Slavin and Richard Gifford Chapter-15: Computer-Assisted Tutoring in Success for All:Two Studies of Reading Outcomes for First Graders--Bette Chambers, Robert E. Slavin, Nancy A. Madden, Philip C. Abrami, Bradley J. Tucker, Alan Cheung and Richard Gifford Chapter-16: Can an Intervention Program in Kindergarten Augment the Effects of Educational TV and Websites in Promoting Literacy? -- Iris Levin, Michal Schleifer, Rachel Levin and Tali Freund Chapter-17: Use of Electronic Storybooks in Reading Instruction: From Theory to Practice--Michael C. McKenna and Tricia A. Zucker Afterword ?Adriana G. Bus and Susan B. Neuman
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Computers and literacy.
Reading (Early childhood).