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Engaging the Unengaged: Using Visual Images to Enhance the 'Poli Sci 101' Experience of Non-majors
Unformatted Document Text:  Rankin, E. and D.J. Hoaas. 2001. “Does the Use of Computer-generated Slide Presentations in the Classroom Affect Student Performance and Interest?” Eastern Economic Journal Summer: 355-366. Resnick, L.B. 1987. Education and Learning to Think. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.Seaman, M.A. 1998. “Developing Visual Displays for Lecture-Based Courses.” Teaching of Psychology 25:141-145. Sekuler, R. 1996. “Teaching Sensory Processes with Multimedia: One of my Teaching Assistants is a Mouse.” Behavior Research, Methods, Instruments & Computers 23: 301-305. Sherry, L. 1996. “Issues in Distance Learning.” International Journal of Educational Telecomunications 1(4): 337-365. Smith, S.M. & P.C. Woody. 2000. “Interactive Effect of Multimedia Instruction and Learning Styles.” Teaching of Psychology 27:220-223. Spiezio, K.E., K.Q. Baker, and K. Boland. 2005. “General Education and Civic Engagement: An Empirical Analysis of Pedagogical Possibilities.” JGE: The Journal of General Education 54(4): 273-292. Walt Whitman Center. 1996. Measuring Citizenship: Assessing the Impact of Service Learning on Youth. New Brunswick: Walt Whitman Center, Rutgers University. Welsh, J.A. & C.H. Null. 1991. “The Effects of Computer-Based Instruction on College Students’ Comprehension of Classic Research.” Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers 23:301-305. Wetzel, C.D., P.H. Radtke, and H.W. Stern. 1994. Instructional Effectiveness Video Media. Hinsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Press. Worthington, E.L., Jr., J.A. Welsh, C.R. Archer, E.J. Mindes, & D.R. Forsyth. 1996. “Computer-Assisted Instruction as a Supplement to Lectures in an Introductory Psychology Class.” Teaching of Psychology 23:175-181. Wulff, D.H., J.D. Nyquist, & R.D. Abbott .1987. “Students’ Perceptions of Large Classes.” In M.G. Weimer (ed.), Teaching Large Classes Well (pp. 17-30). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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Rankin, E. and D.J. Hoaas. 2001. “Does the Use of Computer-generated Slide Presentations in the
Classroom Affect Student Performance and Interest?” Eastern Economic Journal Summer:
355-366.
Resnick, L.B. 1987. Education and Learning to Think. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
Seaman, M.A. 1998. “Developing Visual Displays for Lecture-Based Courses.” Teaching of Psychology
25:141-145.
Sekuler, R. 1996. “Teaching Sensory Processes with Multimedia: One of my Teaching Assistants is a
Mouse.” Behavior Research, Methods, Instruments & Computers 23: 301-305.
Sherry, L. 1996. “Issues in Distance Learning.” International Journal of Educational Telecomunications
1(4): 337-365.
Smith, S.M. & P.C. Woody. 2000. “Interactive Effect of Multimedia Instruction and Learning Styles.”
Teaching of Psychology 27:220-223.
Spiezio, K.E., K.Q. Baker, and K. Boland. 2005. “General Education and Civic Engagement: An
Empirical Analysis of Pedagogical Possibilities.” JGE: The Journal of General Education 54(4):
273-292.
Walt Whitman Center. 1996. Measuring Citizenship: Assessing the Impact of Service Learning on Youth.
New Brunswick: Walt Whitman Center, Rutgers University.
Welsh, J.A. & C.H. Null. 1991. “The Effects of Computer-Based Instruction on College Students’
Comprehension of Classic Research.” Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers
23:301-305.
Wetzel, C.D., P.H. Radtke, and H.W. Stern. 1994. Instructional Effectiveness Video Media. Hinsdale, NJ:
Erlbaum Press.
Worthington, E.L., Jr., J.A. Welsh, C.R. Archer, E.J. Mindes, & D.R. Forsyth. 1996. “Computer-Assisted
Instruction as a Supplement to Lectures in an Introductory Psychology Class.” Teaching of
Psychology
23:175-181.
Wulff, D.H., J.D. Nyquist, & R.D. Abbott .1987. “Students’ Perceptions of Large Classes.” In M.G.
Weimer (ed.), Teaching Large Classes Well (pp. 17-30). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


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