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AECT 2016: Exploring the Use of eTextbooks in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study

AECT 2016: Exploring the Use of eTextbooks in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study Presenters: Baiyun Chen, University of Central Florida Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida Description: Results from the 2016 Mobile/eTextbook survey report are shared and compared against the 2012

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AECT 2014: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies and eTextbooks in Higher Education

Conference:  AECT 2014: Exploring the Use of Mobile Technologies and eTextbooks in Higher Education Presenters:  Baiyun Chen, University of Central Florida Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida Description: Results from the 2014 Mobile/eTextbook survey report are shared and compared against the 2012

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2014 UCF Mobile & eTextbook Survey Report

The final research report has been moved to the following: 2014 UCF Mobile & eTextbook Survey Report    

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Mobile Technologies and Textbooks: How students are using them in academic work

Presenters: Sue Bauer & John Raible Presentation of preliminary findings for the 2014 Mobile and eTextbook Survey/Report presented at Seminole State College’s Collegewide Convocation 2014. File to Presentation: SCC 2014 Presentation

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HETL 2014: Utilizing Digital Media to Facilitate Professional Development of Mobile and eTextbook Technologies

Conference: HETL 2014: Utilizing Digital Media to Facilitate Professional Development of Mobile and eTextbook Technologies Presenters:  Ryan Seilhamer, University of Central Florida (rseilham@ucf.edu; Twitter: @rseilham) Aimee deNoyelles, University of Central Florida (aimee@ucf.edu; Twitter: @aimeedeno) Description: Two forms of professional development focusing on

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Open Collaborative Professional Development at UCF: Meet the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group

Conference: 2014 FCTL Summer Faculty Development Conference – Open Collaborative Professional Development at UCF: Meet the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group Presenters:  Aimee deNoyelles, Ryan Seilhamer, Linda Gibson-Young, Renee Montgomery, Steven Hornik, and Anna Turner Description: The Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group, consisting of instructional designers, librarians, faculty,

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Creating a Virtual Health Sciences Library for the 21st Century

Conference: 2014 Information Fluency Conference – Creating a Virtual Health Sciences Library for the 21st Century: From Vision to National Leader Presenters: Nadine Dexter, Michael Garner and Deedra Walton, members of the Mobile/eTextbook Focus Group; Shalu Gilum; Pamela Herring; Kerry

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Faculty and Student Perceptions of eTextbook Use in Higher Education

eLearn 2014 Presenters: Aimee deNoyelles, UCF; Susan Dunn, Valencia College In the first half of the presentation, Susan presents research from an exploratory study (in progress) of community college faculty attitudes, experiences, and beliefs surrounding the use of lower cost

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Exploring Digital Practices using Mobile Apps and eTextbooks in Higher Education

Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) 2013 Presenters: Aimee deNoyelles; Baiyun Chen, UCF Mobile devices, apps and eTextbooks are becoming more integrated into education due to their innovative ability to provide heightened access to information and interactivity with content,

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DIY E-Books Using Open-Source Tools

Educause Annual Conference 2013 Presenters: John Raible, Instructional Designer UCF Amy Sugar, Instructional Technologist Rollins College This session will introduce several resources and tools for designing and developing engaging and accessible e-books. We will demonstrate how to create one chapter

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