Interactivity

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  • Interactivity In The Classroom: Conceptual Analysis

    An attempt, therefore, to understand how teachers can incorporate the concept of interactivity within the classroom, should begin with demystifying the concept itself. Miller (2014) also says it is a two-part word made up of a prefix inter and a second part active – indicating an “active relationship between two entities” where both entities are responsive to each other. Further, England, E. and Finney, A. (2011) says the challenge of defining what is Interactive content” stems from how the “sector has quickly evolved through Phases.” The word has often been coined to reflect a phase that quickly gets obsolete when new contents are created. With the benefit of hindsight, they made reference to the word “Multimedia” that relates to the…

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  • Theories Of Interactivity

    Interactivity theory Interactivity theory focuses on the idea that new media tools have altered how people communicate. Interactivity has been studied long before the Internet came into existence with the examination of feedback as a concept (Wiener, 1948; Shannon & Weaver, 1949; Kiousis, 2002). Those in an online environment are more likely to be seeking feedback than those in person (Ang & Cummings, 1994). An early study about interactivity assumed frequent interaction with media generates a…

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  • Interactivity In Film

    Tassel (2001) claims that, “Interactivity is a fascinating topic that reaches into human beings’ deepest desires for personal connection and communication.” Interactivity is a function that is used in digital Television. Interactive Television offers new ways to improve programme content with on-screen complementary information and other features such as choice of camera angles as well as on-screen viewer polling which is accessed through the Television’s remote control (Beattie 2004). Tassel…

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  • What Is Media Interactivity?

    mobility/portability, public privateness, private publicness, personalization, and last but not least, interactivity. In this essay, we will be focusing on interactivity within photography, cinema, television, and digital media. When the camera was first invented, it was not owned by many because of the fact that one was expensive and the photos were difficult to develop. After Mathew Brady popularized photography through his studio and Civil War gallery and after George Eastman invented the…

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  • Interactivity And Interactive Art

    Interactivity and interactive art The main concern of this chapter is trying to answer these questions: how can define the interactivity in art and what is the possible interactions between the viewer/participant and artwork? They could be a start point to understand different aspects of interactive situations and environments. It is correct that the process of interaction is often tactile and the user actually physically touches the work and experiences its responses, but interactivity is not…

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  • Community Media And Community Connections Interactivity And UGC

    Community connections interactivity and UGC This dissertation seeks to investigate the relationship between the publication of UGC at community media websites and the interaction with the online audience on those sites. This is because of the relationship between UGC and interactivity (Thurman, Forums for citizen journalists? Adoption of user generated content initiatives by online news media, 2008). Community media has used UGC as a way of interacting with the audience (Thurman, Forums for…

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  • Interactivity And User-Generated Content Of Community Media

    Interactivity and user-generated content represent two concepts that have long been part of community, yet there remains question about how those concepts are being exercised in digital media. Therefore, research in this area grows in importance as community publications, like all media companies, follow their audience online (Abernathy, 2014). The public traditionally has a stronger role and voice in the production of content within community journalism. The publication of user-generated…

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  • Ugc Case Study

    web and UGC takes us to how community media interact with their audience online, starting with a look at the theoretical basis of interactivity in online communication. Interactivity theory Interactivity theory focuses on the idea that new media tools have altered how people communicate. Interactivity has been studied long before the Internet came into existence with the examination of feedback as a concept (Wiener, 1948; Shannon & Weaver, 1949; Kiousis, 2002). An early study about…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Interactive Learning

    She wonders why no study compares the knowledge gained through the interactive and the non-interactive ideas hence view the influence of interactivity as more promotional in nature and the ear or eye catching factors are just meant to elude people to believe it has serious benefit and scientific influence. She believes the said influence they have on the kids is emblematic and the knowledge assumed they earned the call. Barry (1998) concludes the research shows there is a relationship between…

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  • Classroom Makeover Definition

    In her “Project Classroom Makeover” Cathy Davidson advocated for education reform by means of increased interactivity in the classroom. In her vision for such an interactivity boost she considered the possibility of reaching that goal with or without technology, but with always with purpose of improving human interaction. Alternatively, in “Alone together” Sherry Turkle observes how interaction of young kids with the products of the digital era in form of Tamagochis and Furbys blur the…

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