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Digital Multimedia: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, And Applications 2018 book

Digital Multimedia: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, And Applications

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Digital Multimedia: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, And Applications

Category: media
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Authors:   
serie: Critical Explorations 
ISBN : 1522538224, 9781522538226 
publisher: IRMA/IGI Global 
publish year: 2018 
pages: 1798 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Title Page......Page 2
Copyright Page......Page 3
Editorial Advisory Board......Page 4
List of Contributors......Page 5
Table of Contents......Page 9
Preface......Page 20
Section 1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories......Page 22
Chapter 1: Terms of the Digital Age......Page 23
Chapter 2: Multimedia Transmission in Wireless Sensor Networks......Page 55
Chapter 3: Past-Blogging......Page 74
Chapter 4: Digital Resource Management Strategies......Page 90
Chapter 5: Security in Digital Images......Page 103
Section 2: Development and Design Methodologies......Page 118
Chapter 6: Media Literacy in the Digital Age......Page 119
Chapter 7: Information Overload as a Challenge and Changing Point for Educational Media Literacies......Page 146
Chapter 8: Creating Global Classrooms Using Universal Design for Learning......Page 167
Chapter 9: Networked Multimedia Communication Systems......Page 191
Chapter 10: Developing Digital Competences of Vocational Teachers......Page 221
Chapter 11: Interactive Multimedia......Page 239
Chapter 12: Transforming Digital Literacy with Culturally Diverse, Personalized Learning......Page 261
Chapter 13: Cognitive Approach to Improve Media Literacy......Page 288
Chapter 14: Developing Digital Empathy......Page 312
Chapter 15: The Social Media “Information Explosion” Spectacle......Page 329
Chapter 16: Exploring the Liminal Between the Virtual and the Real......Page 344
Chapter 17: “The More I Write…The More My Mind Evolves Into Something Outstanding”......Page 355
Chapter 18: Evaluation of Situations Causing Split of Attention in Multimedia Learning Environments via Eye-Tracking Method......Page 370
Chapter 19: Toward Digital Inclusion......Page 395
Chapter 20: “Virtual Reality” Reconsidered......Page 417
Chapter 21: Design Principles for Crisis Information Management Systems......Page 442
Chapter 22: Data Mining-Based CBIR System......Page 462
Chapter 23: Serendipity on a Plate......Page 480
Chapter 24: Quality of Experience Factors for Mobile TV Users......Page 495
Chapter 25: Digital Transformation in the Public Sector......Page 519
Chapter 26: Managerial Orientations and Digital Commerce Adoption in SMEs......Page 541
Chapter 27: Digital Competence......Page 559
Chapter 28: An Improved Security 3D Watermarking Method Using Computational Integral Imaging Cryptosystem......Page 589
Chapter 29: Digital Forensic Analysis of Cybercrimes......Page 610
Section 3: Tools and Technologies......Page 623
Chapter 30: Making It for the Screen......Page 624
Chapter 31: Digital Media, Civic Literacy, and Civic Engagement......Page 641
Chapter 32: Multimedia Social Network Modeling Using Hypergraphs......Page 658
Chapter 33: The Use of Eye-Gaze to Understand Multimedia Learning......Page 683
Chapter 34: Agent-Based Modelling of Emotional Goals in Digital Media Design Projects......Page 703
Chapter 35: The Use of Eye Tracking as a Research and Instructional Tool in Multimedia Learning......Page 720
Chapter 36: Requirements to a Search Engine for Semantic Multimedia Content......Page 742
Chapter 37: A Model for Mind-Device Dialectic and the Future of Advertising in the Social Media Age......Page 757
Chapter 38: Interactive Multimedia and Listening......Page 774
Chapter 39: Design Patterns for Integrating Digitally Augmented Pop-Ups With Community Engagement......Page 796
Chapter 40: Applying Digital Storytelling to Business Planning......Page 822
Chapter 41: Reasoning Qualitatively about Handheld Multimedia Framework Quality Attributes......Page 847
Chapter 42: QoS Routing for Multimedia Communication over Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks......Page 863
Chapter 43: Digital Storytelling and Digital Literacy......Page 895
Chapter 44: Copyright Protection of Audio Using Biometrics......Page 916
Chapter 45: Video Authentication......Page 950
Chapter 46: Young Children and Digital Media in the Home......Page 986
Section 4: Utilization and Applications......Page 1004
Chapter 47: Abuse of the Social Media Brain......Page 1005
Chapter 48: Multimedia Quality of Experience......Page 1021
Chapter 49: Concept Maps, VoiceThread, and Visual Images......Page 1057
Chapter 50: Digital Media in Uganda......Page 1081
Chapter 51: The Benefits of New Online (Digital) Technologies on Business......Page 1092
Chapter 52: Impact of Interactive Multimedia in E-Learning Technologies......Page 1109
Chapter 53: Interactive Media Steer in Educational Television Programs......Page 1133
Chapter 54: Lean and Digital......Page 1145
Chapter 55: Digital Marketing Strategy for Affinity Marketing......Page 1164
Chapter 56: Digital Media Affecting Society......Page 1183
Section 5: Organizational and Social Implications......Page 1213
Chapter 57: What Does Digital Media Allow Us to “Do” to One Another?......Page 1214
Chapter 58: Diversification and Nuanced Inequities in Digital Media Use in the United States......Page 1238
Chapter 59: Digital Media and Cosmopolitan Critical Literacy......Page 1260
Chapter 60: Economic Impact of Digital Media......Page 1284
Chapter 61: Scandal Politics and Political Scandals in the Era of Digital Interactive Media......Page 1315
Chapter 62: Invest, Engage, and Win......Page 1334
Chapter 63: Leveraging the Design and Development of Multimedia Presentations for Learners......Page 1352
Chapter 64: Digital Humour, Gag Laws, and the Liberal Security State......Page 1367
Chapter 65: The Irrevocable Alteration of Communication......Page 1381
Chapter 66: Media Literacy Organizations......Page 1416
Chapter 67: Digital Leisure or Digital Business?......Page 1429
Chapter 68: Parent-Emerging Adult Relationships in the Digital Age......Page 1441
Chapter 69: Designing Pervasive Virtual Worlds......Page 1457
Chapter 70: New and Strange Sorts of Texts......Page 1482
Chapter 71: Home Media Access with Heterogeneous Devices......Page 1514
Chapter 72: 21st Century New Literacies and Digital Tools as Empowering Pedagogies for Urban Youth of Color......Page 1530
Chapter 73: Vancouver's Digital Strategy......Page 1545
Chapter 74: Our Future......Page 1563
Chapter 75: Digital Retail and How Customer-Centric Technology is Reshaping the Industry......Page 1582
Chapter 76: Driving Media Transformations......Page 1603
Chapter 77: Change Management in Information Asset......Page 1620
Chapter 78: Development of Innovative User Services......Page 1642
Chapter 79: Criminal Defamation, the Criminalisation of Expression, Media and Information Dissemination in the Digital Age......Page 1660
Chapter 80: Reflecting Emerging Digital Technologies in Leadership Models......Page 1684
Section 6: Emerging Trends......Page 1711
Chapter 81: Trends in Managing Multimedia Semantics......Page 1712
Chapter 82: Next Steps in Multimedia Networking......Page 1725
Chapter 83: Media Synchronization Control in Multimedia Communication......Page 1749
Index......Page 1786


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