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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

14.00 – 18.00

JURE Pre-conference Workshop



Wednesday, August 29, 2012

08.30 – 09.00

Welcome & Registration

09.00 – 09.15


09.25 – 11.00

Presentations              Multimedia learning


Judith Schweppe & Ralf Rummer
Long-Term Multimedia Learning


Huib Tabbers & Jacob Diepenhorst
Not Static or Dynamic Media but Navigational Affordances Promote Active Learning


Hector Garcia Rodicio & Emilio Sanchez
A Comparison of Prompts, Corrective Feedback, and Elaborative Feedback in Multimedia Learning


Erlijn van Genuchten, Charlotte van Hooijdonk, Katharina Scheiter & Anne Schüler
Studying and Executing Procedures: Do Pictures Facilitate Visuo-Spatial Reasoning During Learning?

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30

Nathalie Blanc
The Early Development of Text Comprehension Skills: Emotional Inferences are Relevant Cues

12.30 – 13.30


13.30 – 15.30

Presentations              Text comprehension


Isabel Braun & Matthias Nückles
Reading Their Way Into Science: Students' Strategies For Comprehending Research Articles


Carlos Ferreira, Hector Garcia Rodicio, Emilio Sanchez
Signals in Expository Prose, Is the Ability to Recognize and Interpret them Specific of Reading Comprehension?


Lisanne van Weelden, Joost Schilperoord & Alfons Maes
Metaphors Activate Object Shape


Philippe Dessus, Maryse Bianco, Aurélie Nardy, Françoise Toffa, Mihai Dascalu & Stefan Trausan-Matu
Automated Analysis of Pupils' Self-Explanations of a Narrative Text


Emmelien Merchie & Hilde Van Keer
Effects of a Mind Map Intervention on Fifth and Sixth Graders’ Learning from Texts

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee break

16.00 – 17.35

Presentations              New directions


Adriana Alexandra Baltaretu, Alfons Maes & Carel van Wijk
Mere Presence, Object Orientation and Perspective Taking


Richard Lowe
Using Vibration to Guide Exploration of Haptic Graphics


Tinne Dewolf, Wim Van Dooren, Frouke Hermens & Lieven Verschaffel
Students’ Eye Movements when Solving Mathematical Word Problems Together with Illustrations


Katharina Scheiter, Jana Arndt, Birgit Imhof & Shaaron Ainsworth
Move Like a Fish: Do Gestures Aid Learning from Photographs and Videos?

17.35 - 19.30

Poster Session
Welcome reception



Thursday, August 30, 2012

09.00 – 11.00

Presentations              Abilities and preferences


Mireille Betrancourt, Shaaron Ainsworth, Erica de Vries, Jean-Michel Boucheix & Richard K. Lowe
Graphicacy: Do Readers of Science Textbooks Need It?


Jean-Michel Boucheix, Richard Lowe, Shaaron Ainsworth, Mireille Bétrancourt & Erica de Vries
Paired Graphics: An Exploratory Study of Graphicacy


Marije Van Amelsvoort & Hans Westerbeek
Visualizing Football Statistics: Performance and Preference


Annemarie Quispel & Alfons Maes
Visual Ability in Navigation Communication


Sandra Nitz, Claudia Nerdel & Helmut Prechtl
Modelling the Relationship between Representational Competence and Domain Knowledge

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30

Sara Irina Fabrikant
Of Metaphors, Maps, and Methods: Cognitively Inspired and Perceptually Salient Graphic Displays

12.30 – 13.30


13.30 – 15.30

Presentations              Text-picture integration


Jana Arndt, Anne Schüler & Katharina Scheiter
Examining the Integration of Text and Pictures


Wolfgang Schnotz, Ulrike Hochpoechler, Thorsten Rasch, Mark Ullrich, Holger Horz, Nele McElvany & Jürgen Baumert
Information Access Patterns of Students Working on Text-Picture Integration Tasks


Felix Wagner, David Rudolf & Tina Seufert
Benefits of a Training for Visualizing as a Learning Strategy


Alexander Eitel, Katharina Scheiter, Anne Schüler, Marcus Nyström & Kenneth Holmqvist
How a Picture Can Scaffold Comprehension of Text


Patrik Pluchino, Maria Caterina Tornatora & Lucia Mason
Fourth Graders’ Text and Picture Integration in Processing and Learning from Science Text: Evidence from Eye Movement Patterns

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee break

16.00 – 17.35

Presentations              Learning with animations


Stefan Münzer
Animations Facilitate Spatial Perspective Taking


Sandra Berney, Gaëlle Molinari, Nady Hoyek & Mireille Bétrancourt
Using 3D Animation for Learning Functional Anatomy


Irene T, Skuballa, Rolf Schwonke & Alexander Renkl
Visual Attention Guidance in Narrated Animations: Understanding is More Than Just Seeing


Dian Kemala Putri, Jean-Michel Boucheix & Richard K. Lowe
Effects of Simplified Ancillary Representations and Cues on Learning from Animation

17.35 – 18.30

SIG 2 Business meeting


20.00 Dinner


Friday, August, 31, 2012

09.00 - 11.00

Presentations              Scientific and mathematical representations


Tobias Fredlund, John Airey & Cedric Linder
Critical Aspects of Scientific Phenomena - To the Fore, in the Background, or not Present in Scientific Representations


Stephanie Lem, Patrick Onghena, Lieven Verschaffel & Wim Van Dooren
The Misinterpretation of Box Plots


Víctor López Simó & Roser Pintó Cassulleras
Secondary Students’ Reading of Digital Visual Representations when Using Physics’ Educational Simulations


David Corradi, Jan Elen & Geraldine Clarebout
Limits and Potentials of Bottom-up Processing of Multiple External Chemical Representations


Dominique Bellec, Andre Tricot & Paul Ayres
A Comparison of Different Levels of Interactions when Using the Isolated-Elements Strategy

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30

Neil H. Schwartz & Robert W. Danielson
What Kind of Graphic is This?  A Framework for Delineating the Graphics in Text-Graphic Research

12.30 – 13.30


13.30 – 15.30

Presentations              Multiple documents processing


Jean-François Rouet, Christine Ros, Guillaume de Pereyra, Mônica Macedo-Rouet & Ladislao Salmeron
Teenage Students’ Awareness of Source Quality when Selecting Web Links


Yvonne Kammerer & Peter Gerjets
The Impact of Discrepancies across Web Pages on High-School Students' Source Trustworthiness Evaluations


Carla Firetto & Peggy Van Meter
The Effect of Task Instruction and Text Overlap on the Integration of Multiple Cross-Domain Sources


Marc Stadtler, Lisa Scharrer & Rainer Bromme
Does Relevance Matter in Comprehending Scientific Conflicts from Multiple Documents? Evidence from Online and Offline-Data


Johanna Maier & Tobias Richter
Effects of Text-Belief Consistency and Reading Goals on the Comprehension of Multiple Science-Related Texts



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