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Journal Articles

Di Paolo, T., Wakefield, J., Mills, L., & Baker, L. (2017). Lights, Camera, Action: Facilitating the Design and Production of Effective Instructional Videos. TechTrends, (xx)x, 1-9. DOI 10.1007/s11528-017-0206-0.

Mills, L. A., Knezek, G. A., & Wakefield, J. S. (2013). Understanding information seeking behavior in technology pervasive learning environments of the 21st century. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 12(3), 200

Wakefield, J.S., Knezek, G.A., & Pineres, S.A. (2016). Designing a blended academic transition seminar for first-year university students. International Journal on E-Learning15(4), 471-496.

Wakefield, J. S., Warren, S. J., & Alsobrook, M. (2011). Learning and Teaching as Communicative Actions: A mixed-methods Twitter study Knowledge Management & ELearning: an International Journal, 3(4), 563-584.

Wakefield, J. S., Warren, S. J., Alsobrook, M., & Knight, K. A. (2013). What do they really think? Higher education students’ perceptions of using Facebook and Twitter in formal higher education learning. International Journal of Social Media in Interactive Learning Environments, 1(4), 330-354. Journal Link.

Wakefield, J. S., Warren, S. J., Rankin, M. A., Mills, L. A., & Gratch, J.  S. (2012). Learning and teaching as communicative actions: Improving historical knowledge and cognition through Second Life avatar role play. Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal, 4(3), 258-278

 

Invited Articles

Crosslin, M., & Wakefield, J. S. (2016). What’s cooking in the MOOC kitchen: Layered MOOCs. TechTrends, 60(2), 98-101. DOI:10.1007/s11528-016-0036-5

Pasquini, L. A., Wakefield, J. S., & Roman, T. (2014). Impact factor: Early career research & digital scholarship. TechTrends, 58(6), 12-13. DOI 10.1007/s11528-014-0797-7

Wakefield, J. S. (2014, Jan). Systems and Gargoyles: An intersubjective reflection. AERA GSC Newsletter (p.7-10).

Wakefield, J. S., & Lin, L. (2015, February). Computer games for learning: An evidence-based approach. [Invited book review]. Teachers College Record. http://www.tcr in ecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=17868

 

Book Chapters

Mills, L. A., Wakefield, J. S., & Knezek, G. A., (2015). Student-driven Classroom Technologies: Transmedia Navigation and Transformative Communications. In P. Isaias, J.M. Spector, D. Ifenthaler, D. G. Sampson [Eds.]. E-learning systems, environments and approaches: Theory and implementation, New York, NY: Springer International Publishing.

Wakefield, J. S., Warren, S. J., & Ponners, P. (2016). Affective impacts of learning on Facebook: Post secondary students’ voices. In S. Tettegah (Ed.). Emotions, technology, and social media. Elsevier.

Warren, S. J., & Wakefield, J. S. (2011). Instructional design frameworks for Second Life virtual learning. In R. Hinrichs, & C. Wankel. Transforming virtual world learning. Cutting-edge technologies in higher education (pp. 113-152). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Warren, S. J., & Wakefield, J. S. (2012). Learning and teaching as communicative actions: Social media as educational tool. In K. Seo (Ed.). Social media effectively in the classroom: blogs, wikis, Twitter, and more (pp. 98-113). Routledge: Francis & Taylor.

Warren, S. J., & Wakefield, J. S. (2013). Learning and teaching as communicative actions: A theory for mobile learning. In Z. Berge, & L. Muilenburg  (Eds.). The mobile learning handbook (70-81). Routledge: Taylor & Francis.

Warren, S. J., & Wakefield, J. S. (2013). Simulations, games, and virtual worlds as mindtools. In J. M. Spector, B. B. Lockee, S. E. Smaldino, & M. Herring (Eds.). Learning, problem solving, and mindtools: Essays in honor of David H. Jonassen (pp. 66-87). Routledge: Taylor & Francis.

Warren, S. J., & Wakefield, J. S. (2016). Affect in online discourse: The case of the united millennial development goal topics. In S. Tettegah, & M. P. McCreery (Eds.). Emotions, technology, and learning. Elsevier.

Warren, S. J., Wakefield, J. S., Knight, K. A., & Alsobrook, M. (2013). Learning and teaching as communicative actions: Twitter as an educational tool. In A. Ritzhaupt, & A. Kumar (Eds.). Cases on educational technology implementation for facilitating learning (pp. 196-217). IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-3676-7.ch012

Warren, S. J., Wakefield, J. S., & Mills, L. A. (2013). Learning and teaching as communicative actions: Transmedia storytelling. In L. Wankel, & P. Blessinger. Increasing student engagement and retention using multimedia technologies: Video annotation, multimedia applications, videoconferencing and transmedia storytelling. Cutting-edge technologies in higher education (pp. 67-95). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 10.1108/S2044-9968(2013)000006F006.

 

 
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