New media communication in education
MetadataShow full item record
Research and teaching are the crossroads at which higher education exists. Great scholar-researchers in the field understand that new media communication in education is a very fluid area of study, rich with opportunities to glean context and insight in every interaction. This project evaluates the learning processes and experiences that took place in my pursuit of a Master of Science in the interdisciplinary studies of new media communication in education. The research included in this portfolio is a reflection of my growth and development as a professional scholar. The content provides an assessment of the academic work I completed, and a means for self-examination and exploration. The papers within this portfolio draw attention to research and literature related to different elements within the realm of Mass Communications, Educational Instructional Technology, Technical Communication and Rhetoric, and Educational Psychology. The content, research, and subject matter seek to explore various concepts and challenges within these four areas of study. Additionally, this research provides a bridge of understanding in regards to the role of new media communication in education, and analyzes the relationship and connectedness of new media and instructional learning. In the study and exploration of these areas of interest, I was able to gain great focus on a research agenda that concentrates on generating research pertaining to the psychological effects of new media on teachers and students, and how these areas work together to better pedagogy and instruction in education. In analyzing the various issues surrounding Mass Communications, Educational Instructional Technology, Technical Communication and Rhetoric, and Educational Psychology, I was able to develop a greater understanding of the world and a foundation upon which my interest in higher education is built.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Competencies, importance, and motivations for agricultural producers' use of online communications Shaw, Kelsey E (2013-05)Farmer demographics are drastically changing and it is essential that farmers and ranchers are taking the story of agriculture directly to the consumer. Online communication tools may serve as a tool for this farmer to ...
A case study of the COVID-19 experiences of communication directors for Texas agricultural organizations Spradley, Katelin Rose (2020-12)The COVID-19 pandemic, especially during the months of February through May 2020, impacted all facets of Texas agriculture in unprecedented ways. As a result, Texas livestock, commodity, and advocacy groups were called ...
Communication and aging: A study of the effects of cohort-centrism and perceived decoding ability on communication competence and communication satisfaction Allman, Joyce Lankford (1991-05)From a sample of 190 (120 "young," 70 "old"), this study sought to determine if there were differences in Communication Competence and Communication Satisfaction as a function of the main and joint effects of Cohort-centrism ...