Change Research Category
Learning With Technology
OUR RESEARCH OF LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY
Note: Some citations appear in more than one category.
Yaros, Ronald A. & John Misak, (forthcoming). College Writing Assignments on Mobile
Devices: Comparing Students’ Attitudes and Engagement Across Disciplines and Age,
Accepted by AEJMC's Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, March 2020.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2012). Effects of Mobile Devices and Text Messages: A Multi-Study Design to Explore a Model for Mobile Learning in Introductory Journalism, International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology & Learning, (2) 3, 59-72.
Yaros & Cook (2011). Attention Versus Learning Of Online Content: Preliminary Findings From An Eye-Tracking Study, International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology & Learning (1) 4, 49-69.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2011). Effects of Text and Hypertext Structures on User Interest and Understanding of Science and Technology, Science Communication (lead article), 33 (3), 275-308.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2006). Is It The Medium or The Message? Structuring Complex News To
Enhance Engagement and Situational Understanding By Non-Experts. Communication Research, 33 (4), 285-309.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2012). Social Media and Education: Do Personalization and Interactivity
Facilitate Learning? In H.S. Noor Al-Deen, J.A. Hendricks (Eds.) Social Media: Usage And
Impact, (pp. 57-74). Lexington Books
Yaros, Ronald, A. (2009). Mastering Multimedia, American Journalism Review, Fall 2009.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2008). Digital Natives: Following Their Lead on a Path to a New
Journalism, Nieman Reports, Winter 2008: Nieman Foundation, Harvard University.
REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Ronald A. Yaros, (2014). The PICK Model and a new MEEC College Lecture or
a Manageable Educational Environment for Collaboration. International Communication\
Association’s preconference “Innovation in Higher Education” by the Oxford Internet
Institute and hosted at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. May 2014.
Yaros, Ronald A., (2010). Tracking Explanations in Health News: More Attention Is Not
Always an Indicator of Understanding, Associaton for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Denver, CO, August 4-8, 2010.
Yaros, Ronald A., (2009). Comprehension of Science and Technology Hypertext: Cognitive Flexibility or Construction Integration? Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, MA, August 5-8, 2009.
Ackerman & Yaros, (2006). “Training STEM (Science, Technology & Math) Graduate Students on Communicating Science to the Public, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 2006.
Ackerman, Yaros & Whittaker, (2004). Effects of Interactive Applets on Student Understanding and Explanation of Introductory Weather Concepts, Paper presented at American Geophysical Union, Education and Human Resources, San Francisco, CA., December 12-17, 2004.