Posters

The size of your poster should be about the size of an A0, which is about 120 cm high and 84 cm wide.

1.           

Jaan Mikk
A Simple Scale of Noun Abstractness for Predicting Popular-Scientific Text Comprehension

2.           

Madeline Hallewell
What’s the Point of Bulletpoints? The use of Text in PowerPoint Lectures

3.           

Alexandra König, Mona Stadler, Melina Klepsch & Tina Seufert
The Effects of Visualization Forms on Usability and Learning Outcomes – Dynamic Videos versus Static Pictures

4.           

Lena von Kotzebue & Claudia Nerdel
Biology Teachers’ Professional Knowledge of Diagrams

5.           

Anne Schüler, Katharina Scheiter & Francesca Pazzaglia
What Pictures Are Good For

6.           

Jan van der Meij & Hans van der Meij
Dynamic Representations on the Interactive Whiteboard

7.           

Richard Lowe & Jean-Michel Boucheix
Addressing Challenges of Biological Animations

8.           

Gilles Dieumegard
De-symbolization in Learning a New Symbolic System

9.           

Mar Mateos, Isabel Solé, Nuria Castells & Jara González Lamas
The Role of Epistemological Beliefs and Reading Beliefs in Multiple Text Comprehension

10.         

Ulrike Magner, Rolf Schwonke, Inga Glogger & Alexander Renkl
What Features Make Decorative Illustrations Interesting?

11.         

Ladislao Salmeron & Yvonne Kammerer
Selecting Pages from Google to Learn about a Controversial Topic: The Role of Epistemic Beliefs

12.         

Birgit Imhof, Ann-Christine Ehlis & Peter Gerjets
Learning with Dynamic Visualizations: The Role of the Human Mirror Neuron System

13.         

Raquel Fidalgo, Olga Arias, Mark Torrance, Thierry Olive & Rui Alves
On-Line Assessment of Students’ Global Reading Strategies through Triple Task Technique

14.         

Johan van Strien, Saskia Brand-Gruwel & Henny Boshuizen
Do Prior Attitudes Influence Epistemic Cognition while Reading Conflicting Information?

15.         

Eva Lordán, Francesc Salvador Beltrán & Isabel Solé
Towars a Suitable Way to Know What Undergraduates Believe about Reading

16.         

Eva Lordán, Mariana Miras, Esther Nadal, Sandra Espino, Marta Minguela & Cristina Luna
Is Making Written Syntheses an Aid to the Comprehension of Documentary Sources?

17.         

Nicole Goossens, Gino Camp, Peter Verkoeijen, Huib Tabbers & Rolf Zwaan
Picture-Word Learning by Spacing the Learning Sessions

18.         

Eniko Bezdan, Liesbeth Kester & Paul Kirschner
The Influence of Annotation in Graphical Organizers

19.         

Sachiko Kiyokawa, Yotan Kura, Yuri Uesaka & Emmanuel Manalo
Does Construction of Diagrams Deepen Understanding by Raising Awareness of Insufficiency in Learning?

20.         

Carina Schubert, Katharina Scheiter & Anne Schüler
Unwinding the Relationship Between Cognitive Processes and Gaze Behavior during Multimedia Learning

21.         

Marion Geiger, Markus Vogel & Tina Seufert
What do Representations Say? An Analysis of Students' Verbalizations

22.         

Stijn van Mierlo, Huib Tabbers & Fred Paas
Does Targeting the Situation Model During Retrieval Promote Transfer from Expository Texts?

23.         

Olga Arias & Raquel Fidalgo
Metacognition in Reading Comprehension: Descriptive Study

24.         

Sandra Nitz & Christine D. Tippett
Measuring Representational Competence in Science

25.         

Muhammad Ashraf
Categorization of Graphical Representations

26.         

Laure Philippon, Katharina Scheiter & Daniel Bodemer
Supporting Collaborative Learning at the Museum

27.         

Franck Amadieu, Julie Lemarié, Aline Chevalier, Julien Cegarra, Ladislao Salmeron & Stéphane Blat
Effects of Constructing Concept Maps while Navigating in a Hypertext

28.         

Carolin Enzingmüller, Claudia Nerdel & Helmut Prechtl
Graphics in Science Education – German Biology Teachers’ Beliefs, Instructional Practices, and Related Student Outcomes

29.         

Marta Minguela & Isabel Solé
Meaningful Rereading for Meaning: the Role of Self-Regulation in Successful Reading Patterns

30.         

Julia Kranz, Birgit Imhof, Stefan Schwan, Barbara Kaup & Peter Gerjets
Learning Art History on Multi-Touch-Tables: Metaphorical Meaning of Interaction Gestures Matters

31.         

Emilie Magnat
Visualization and Manipulation of English Sounds on an Interactive Whiteboard at Primary School