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Designing EffectiveMultimedia for PhysicsEducationA thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for thedegree ofDoctor of PhilosophybyDerek Alexander MullerSchool of PhysicsUniversity of SydneyAustralia2008
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Dedicated to all the great teachers who instilled in me the joy of learning,my parents, sisters, and especially Jane.
Declaration of originalityTo the best of my knowledge, this thesis contains no copy or paraphrase of workpublished by another person, except where duly acknowledged in the text.Thisthesis contains no material which has been previously presented for a degree at theUniversity of Sydney or any other university.Derek Alexander Mullerii
Included papers and attributionThe following refereed papers and presentations arose from work related to thisthesis.Chapter 1The future of multimedia learning: Essential issues for re-searchD.A. Muller, J. Eklund, & M.D. SharmaPaper presented at the Australian Association for Research inEducation, Sydney, 2005.Chapter 4Determining the factors affecting student perceptions of apopular science videoD.A. Muller & M.D. SharmaPublished in theAustralasian Journal of Educational Technol-ogy, 21(4), 2005, pp.491–509.Video physics education: Falling cats and terminal velocityD.A. Muller & M.D. SharmaPaper presented at The Australian Institute of Physics, Can-berra, 2005.Chapter 5Inside the quantum mechanics lecture: Changing practicesD.A. MullerPaper presented at The Higher Education Research and Devel-opment Society of Australasia, Sydney, 2005.iii
Chapter 6Student conceptions of quantum tunnelingD.A. Muller and M.D. SharmaPaper presented at the International Conference on Physics Ed-ucation, New Delhi, 2005.Chapter 8Conceptual change through vicarious learning in an au-thentic physics settingD.A. Muller, M.D. Sharma, J. Eklund, & P. ReimannPublished inInstructional Science, 35(6), 2007, pp.519–533.Starting a dialogue: The potential of vicarious learningD.A. Muller, M.D. Sharma, P. Reimann, & J. EklundPresented at The American Association of Physics Teachers,Anchorage, 2006.Chapter 9Changing conceptions in E-learning:Debates and dia-loguesD.A. Muller & J. EklundPaper presented at The World Conference on E-Learning inCorporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education,Honolulu, 2006.Saying the wrong thing: Improving learning with multime-dia by including misconceptionsD.A. Muller, J. Bewes, M.D. Sharma, & P. ReimannPublished in theJournal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2007.Chapter 10Improving multimedia with alternative conceptionsD.A. Muller & J. EklundPaper presented at The International Conference on Informa-tion Communication Technologies in Education, Crete, 2007.Raising cognitive load with linear multimedia to promoteconceptual changeD.A. Muller, M.D. Sharma, & P. ReimannPublished inScience Education, 2007.

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