Selected References

King, F. B., Young, M. F., Drivere-Richmond, K., & Schrader, P. G. (2001).Defining distance learning. Education Technology Review. 9(1) (an online journal).

Young, M. F., Barab, S., & Garrett, S. (2000). Agent as detector: An ecological psychology perspective on learning by perceiving-acting systems. In. D. H. Jonassen & S. M. Land (Eds.), Theoretical foundations of learning environments (pp147-172). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Duarte, V., Young, M., & DeFranco, T. (2000). What experts say and do regarding the use of technology in the mathematics classroom. J. of Resarch and Development in Education, 33(4), 223-231.

Young, M. F. , Kulikowich, J. M., & Barab, S. A. (1997). The unit of analysis for situated assessment. Instructional Science, 25(2), 133-150.

Young, M. F., & Barab, S. A. (2000). Perception of the raison d’être in anchored instruction: An ecological psychology perspective. J. of Educational Computing Research, 20(2), 113-135.

Barab, S. A., Cherkes-Julkowski, M., Swenson, R., Garrett, S., Shaw, R. E., & Young, M. (1999). Principles of self-organization: Learning as participation in autocatakinetic systems. Journal of the Learning Sciences. 8(3 & 4), 349-390.
Kulikowich, J. M., & Young, M. F. (1999). Adoption of the anchor: The dynamic visualization of problem solving. Paper presented to AERA, April 20, 1999 (#19.56), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Barab, S. A., Young, M. F., & Wang, J. (1999). The effects of navigational and generative activities in hypertext learning on problem solving and comprehension. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26(3), 283-309.

Arthurs, E. M., DeFranco, T. C. & Young, M. F. (1999). An examination of the impact of tuning students’ attention to information in a mathematical problem on their problem-solving performance. J. of Educational Computing Research. 20 (4), 345-363.

Barab, S. A.,Young, M. F., & Wang, J. (under review). Examining the Products and Process of Learning from Linear, Navigational, and Generative Computerized Texts: Differences Between Learners with Problem Solving and Reading Comprehension Goals.

Barab, S. A., Bowdish, B. E., Young, M. F., & Owen, S. V. (1996). Anchored kiosk navigation: Using log files to capture hypermedia searches. Instructional Science, 24, 377-395.

Barab, S. A., Fajen, B. R., Kulikowich, J. M., & Young, M. F. (1996). Assessing hypertext navigation through pathfinder: Prospects and limitations. Journal of Educational Computing Research 15 (3), 175-195.

Young, M. F. , Nastasi, B. K., & Braunhardt, L. (1996). Implementing Jasper immersion: A case of conceptual change. In R. G. Wilson (Ed.) Constructivist learning environments: Case studies in instructional design (pp. 121-134). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.
Barab, S. A., Young, M. F., Lawless, K. A., & Bowdish, B. E., (1997). Capturing and interpreting hypermedia navigation. Paper presented to AERA (#28.53), Chicago, IL.

Young, M. (1995). Assessment of Situated Learning Using Computer Environments. J. of Science Education and Technology, 4(3), 89-96.

Young, M. (1995). Using interactive technology for teaching: Integrating an interactive videodisc lesson with traditional classroom activities. In A. Acuña (Ed.) New media, old learning: New technologies in education. Mexico City, Mexico: Universidad Iberoamericana.

Young, M., & Campbell, P. (1996). University – Natchaug integrated voice, video and data link. Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century (ICTP-J). 4(2).

Young, M., & McNeese, M. (1995). A Situated Cognition Approach to Problem Solving (Chapter 12). In J. Flach, P. Hancock, J. Caid, & K. Vicente (Eds.) The Ecology of Human-Machine Systems. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Young, M. F. (1993). Instructional design for anchored instruction. Educational Technology Research and Development, 41 (1), 43-58.

Young, M. F. with Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt. (1990). Anchored instruction and its relationship to situated cognition. Educational Researcher, 19, (6), 2-10.