What do published abstracts reveal about the TPACK research community? Let us tell you!

ID: 54454 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Aaron Kessler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
  2. Michael Phillips, Monash University, Australia

Tuesday, March 19 3:00-3:20 PM Location: Sunset 4 View on map

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A singularly significant contribution to the TPACK community of researchers has been the curation of publication details of TPACK related research since 2009 in the TPACK newsletter published online at http://tpack.org. This research explored abstracts from books, book chapters, journal articles and dissertations from newsletters published between December 2016 and October 2017 (n=180) using an emergent and thematic synthesis review process. Results indicate that the content of abstracts are highly variable and large percentages fail to include information about number of participants, content level, or type of analysis used. We discuss potential implications of these findings for the research community


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