Computers, the Internet, and new media for learning (Goldman-Segall & Maxwell)

Goldman-Segall, R. & Maxwell, J. W. (2002). Computers, the Internet, and new media for learning. In W. M. Reynolds & G. E. Miller (Eds.) Handbook of Psychology. Volume 7: Educational Psychology (pp. 393-427). New York: John Wiley & Sons. This article was a very nice summary and wrap-up of all the readings we did for … Continue reading

Video Representations and the Perspectivity Framework: Epistemology, Ethnography, Evaluation, and Ethics (Goldman)

Goldman, R. (2007). Video Representations and the Perspectivity Framework: Epistemology, Ethnography, Evaluation, and Ethics. In R. Goldman, R. Pea, B. Barron, & S. J. Derry (Eds.), Video Research in the Learning Sciences (illustrated edition.). Lawrence Erlbaum.

Video perspectivity meets wild and crazy teens: a design ethnography (Ricki Goldman)

Goldman, R. (2004). Video perspectivity meets wild and crazy teens: a design ethnography. Cambridge Journal of Education, 34(2), 157-178. In this article, Goldman describes a digital video design ethnography of the introduction of a perspectivity meme into a classroom. Digital video technology was used to spread the perspectivity meme. ORION, a digital video analysis tool, … Continue reading