Coverart for item
The Resource Digital multimedia : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications, Information Resources Management Association, editor

Digital multimedia : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications, Information Resources Management Association, editor

Label
Digital multimedia : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
Title
Digital multimedia
Title remainder
concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
Statement of responsibility
Information Resources Management Association, editor
Contributor
Editor
Publisher
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book is an innovative source of scholarly content on the latest trends, perspectives, techniques, and implementations of multimedia technologies. Including a comprehensive range of topics such as interactive media, mobile technology, and data management"--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Dewey number
006.7
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • IGI Global
  • Information Resources Management Association
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Digital media
  • Social media
  • Information society
Target audience
  • adult
  • specialized
Label
Digital multimedia : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications, Information Resources Management Association, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
black and white
Contents
Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Terms of the digital age: realities and cultural paradigms ; Chapter 2. Multimedia transmission in wireless sensor networks ; Chapter 3. Past-blogging: defining a practice ; Chapter 4. Digital resource management strategies ; Chapter 5. Security in digital images: from information hiding perspective -– Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 6. Media literacy in the digital age: literacy projects and organizations ; Chapter 7. Information overload as a challenge and changing point for educational media literacies ; Chapter 8. Creating global classrooms using universal design for learning ; Chapter 9. Networked multimedia communication systems ; Chapter 10. Developing digital competences of vocational teachers ; Chapter 11. Interactive multimedia: increasing the study in primary education ; Chapter 12. Transforming digital literacy with culturally diverse, personalized learning ; Chapter 13. Cognitive approach to improve media literacy: mind puzzles ; Chapter 14. Developing digital empathy: a holistic approach to media literacy research methods ; Chapter 15. The social media "Information Explosion" spectacle: perspectives for documentary producers ; Chapter 16. Exploring the liminal between the virtual and the real ; Chapter 17 "The more I write the more my mind evolves into something outstanding": composing identities with social media tools ; Chapter 18. Evaluation of situations causing split of attention in multimedia learning environments via eye-tracking method ; Chapter 19. Toward digital inclusion: digital divides and new media literacies ; Chapter 20. "Virtual reality" reconsidered ; Chapter 21. Design principles for crisis information management systems: from closed local systems to the web and beyond ; Chapter 22. Data mining-based CBIR system ; Chapter 23. Serendipity on a plate ; Chapter 24. Quality of experience factors for mobile TV users ; Chapter 25. Digital transformation in the public sector: electronic procurement in Portugal ; Chapter 26. Managerial orientations and digital commerce adoption in SMEs ; Chapter 27. Digital competence: a net of literacies ; Chapter 28. An improved security 3D watermarking method using computational integral imaging cryptosystem ; Chapter 29. Digital forensic analysis of cybercrimes: best practices and methodologies –- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 30. Making it for the screen: creating digital media literacy ; Chapter 31. Digital media, civic literacy, and civic engagement: the "Promise and peril" of Internet politics in Canada ; Chapter 32. Multimedia social network modeling using hypergraphs ; Chapter 33. The use of eye-gaze to understand multimedia learning ; Chapter 34. Agent-based modelling of emotional goals in digital media design projects ; Chapter 35. The use of eye tracking as a research and instructional tool in multimedia learning ; Chapter 36. Requirements to a search engine for semantic multimedia content ; Chapter 37. A model for mind-device dialectic and the future of advertising in the social media age ; Chapter 38. Interactive multimedia and listening ; Chapter 39. Design patterns for integrating digitally augmented pop-ups with community engagement ; Chapter 40. Applying digital storytelling to business planning ; Chapter 41. Reasoning qualitatively about handheld multimedia framework quality attributes ; Chapter 42. QoS routing for multimedia communication over wireless mobile ad hoc networks: a survey ; Chapter 43. Digital storytelling and digital literacy: advanced issues and prospects ; Chapter 44. Copyright protection of audio using biometrics ; Chapter 45. Video authentication: an intelligent approach ; Chapter 46. Young children and digital media in the home: parents as role models, gatekeepers, and companions -– Section 4. Utilization and applications. Chapter 47. Abuse of the social media brain: implications for media producers and educators ; Chapter 48. Multimedia quality of experience ; Chapter 49. Concept maps, VoiceThread, and visual images: helping educators spawn divergent thinking and dialogic learning ; Chapter 50. Digital media in Uganda: where regulation and freedom of expression contradictions are sharpest ; Chapter 51. The benefits of new online (digital) technologies on business: understanding the impact of digital on different aspects of the business ; Chapter 52. Impact of interactive multimedia in e-learning technologies: role of multimedia in e-learning ; Chapter 53. Interactive media steer in educational television programs ; Chapter 54. Lean and digital: a case study on procurement and supply chain professionals' online social network ; Chapter 55. Digital marketing strategy for affinity marketing: utilising the new marketing arena ; Chapter 56. Digital media affecting society: instruction and learning -– Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 57. What does digital media allow us to "do" to one another?: economic significance of content and connection ; Chapter 58. Diversification and nuanced inequities in digital media use in the United States ; Chapter 59. Digital media and cosmopolitan critical literacy: research and practice ; Chapter 60. Economic impact of digital media: growing nuance, critique, and direction for education research ; Chapter 61. Scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media ; Chapter 62. Invest, engage, and win: online campaigns and their outcomes in an Israeli election ; Chapter 63. Leveraging the design and development of multimedia presentations for learners ; Chapter 64. Digital humour, gag laws, and the liberal security state ; Chapter 65. The irrevocable alteration of communication: a glimpse into the societal impact of digital media ; Chapter 66. Media literacy organizations ; Chapter 67. Digital leisure or digital business?: a look at Nigerian women engagement with the Internet ; Chapter 68. Parent-emerging adult relationships in the digital age: a family systems theoretical perspective ; Chapter 69. Designing pervasive virtual worlds ; Chapter 70. New and strange sorts of texts: the shaping and reshaping of digital and multimodal books and young adult novels ; Chapter 71. Home media access with heterogeneous devices ; Chapter 72. 21st century new literacies and digital tools as empowering pedagogies for urban youth of color ; Chapter 73. Vancouver's digital strategy: disruption, new direction, or business as usual? ; Chapter 74. Our future: with the good, the bad, or the ugly eServices? Case Finland ; Chapter 75. Digital retail and how customer-centric technology is reshaping the industry: IT-enabled digital disruptio ; Chapter 76. Driving media transformations: mobile content and personal information ; Chapter 77. Change management in information asset ; Chapter 78. Development of innovative user services ; Chapter 79. Criminal defamation, the criminalisation of expression, media and information dissemination in the digital age: a legal and ethical perspective ; Chapter 80. Reflecting emerging digital technologies in leadership models -– Section 6. Emerging trends. Chapter 81. Trends in managing multimedia semantics ; Chapter 82. Next steps in multimedia networking ; Chapter 83. Media synchronization control in multimedia communication
Control code
on1004607257
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (94 PDFs (xx, 1763, xxxiii pages))
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781522538233
Other control number
10.4018/978-1-5225-3822-6
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004607257
Label
Digital multimedia : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications, Information Resources Management Association, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
black and white
Contents
Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Terms of the digital age: realities and cultural paradigms ; Chapter 2. Multimedia transmission in wireless sensor networks ; Chapter 3. Past-blogging: defining a practice ; Chapter 4. Digital resource management strategies ; Chapter 5. Security in digital images: from information hiding perspective -– Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 6. Media literacy in the digital age: literacy projects and organizations ; Chapter 7. Information overload as a challenge and changing point for educational media literacies ; Chapter 8. Creating global classrooms using universal design for learning ; Chapter 9. Networked multimedia communication systems ; Chapter 10. Developing digital competences of vocational teachers ; Chapter 11. Interactive multimedia: increasing the study in primary education ; Chapter 12. Transforming digital literacy with culturally diverse, personalized learning ; Chapter 13. Cognitive approach to improve media literacy: mind puzzles ; Chapter 14. Developing digital empathy: a holistic approach to media literacy research methods ; Chapter 15. The social media "Information Explosion" spectacle: perspectives for documentary producers ; Chapter 16. Exploring the liminal between the virtual and the real ; Chapter 17 "The more I write the more my mind evolves into something outstanding": composing identities with social media tools ; Chapter 18. Evaluation of situations causing split of attention in multimedia learning environments via eye-tracking method ; Chapter 19. Toward digital inclusion: digital divides and new media literacies ; Chapter 20. "Virtual reality" reconsidered ; Chapter 21. Design principles for crisis information management systems: from closed local systems to the web and beyond ; Chapter 22. Data mining-based CBIR system ; Chapter 23. Serendipity on a plate ; Chapter 24. Quality of experience factors for mobile TV users ; Chapter 25. Digital transformation in the public sector: electronic procurement in Portugal ; Chapter 26. Managerial orientations and digital commerce adoption in SMEs ; Chapter 27. Digital competence: a net of literacies ; Chapter 28. An improved security 3D watermarking method using computational integral imaging cryptosystem ; Chapter 29. Digital forensic analysis of cybercrimes: best practices and methodologies –- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 30. Making it for the screen: creating digital media literacy ; Chapter 31. Digital media, civic literacy, and civic engagement: the "Promise and peril" of Internet politics in Canada ; Chapter 32. Multimedia social network modeling using hypergraphs ; Chapter 33. The use of eye-gaze to understand multimedia learning ; Chapter 34. Agent-based modelling of emotional goals in digital media design projects ; Chapter 35. The use of eye tracking as a research and instructional tool in multimedia learning ; Chapter 36. Requirements to a search engine for semantic multimedia content ; Chapter 37. A model for mind-device dialectic and the future of advertising in the social media age ; Chapter 38. Interactive multimedia and listening ; Chapter 39. Design patterns for integrating digitally augmented pop-ups with community engagement ; Chapter 40. Applying digital storytelling to business planning ; Chapter 41. Reasoning qualitatively about handheld multimedia framework quality attributes ; Chapter 42. QoS routing for multimedia communication over wireless mobile ad hoc networks: a survey ; Chapter 43. Digital storytelling and digital literacy: advanced issues and prospects ; Chapter 44. Copyright protection of audio using biometrics ; Chapter 45. Video authentication: an intelligent approach ; Chapter 46. Young children and digital media in the home: parents as role models, gatekeepers, and companions -– Section 4. Utilization and applications. Chapter 47. Abuse of the social media brain: implications for media producers and educators ; Chapter 48. Multimedia quality of experience ; Chapter 49. Concept maps, VoiceThread, and visual images: helping educators spawn divergent thinking and dialogic learning ; Chapter 50. Digital media in Uganda: where regulation and freedom of expression contradictions are sharpest ; Chapter 51. The benefits of new online (digital) technologies on business: understanding the impact of digital on different aspects of the business ; Chapter 52. Impact of interactive multimedia in e-learning technologies: role of multimedia in e-learning ; Chapter 53. Interactive media steer in educational television programs ; Chapter 54. Lean and digital: a case study on procurement and supply chain professionals' online social network ; Chapter 55. Digital marketing strategy for affinity marketing: utilising the new marketing arena ; Chapter 56. Digital media affecting society: instruction and learning -– Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 57. What does digital media allow us to "do" to one another?: economic significance of content and connection ; Chapter 58. Diversification and nuanced inequities in digital media use in the United States ; Chapter 59. Digital media and cosmopolitan critical literacy: research and practice ; Chapter 60. Economic impact of digital media: growing nuance, critique, and direction for education research ; Chapter 61. Scandal politics and political scandals in the era of digital interactive media ; Chapter 62. Invest, engage, and win: online campaigns and their outcomes in an Israeli election ; Chapter 63. Leveraging the design and development of multimedia presentations for learners ; Chapter 64. Digital humour, gag laws, and the liberal security state ; Chapter 65. The irrevocable alteration of communication: a glimpse into the societal impact of digital media ; Chapter 66. Media literacy organizations ; Chapter 67. Digital leisure or digital business?: a look at Nigerian women engagement with the Internet ; Chapter 68. Parent-emerging adult relationships in the digital age: a family systems theoretical perspective ; Chapter 69. Designing pervasive virtual worlds ; Chapter 70. New and strange sorts of texts: the shaping and reshaping of digital and multimodal books and young adult novels ; Chapter 71. Home media access with heterogeneous devices ; Chapter 72. 21st century new literacies and digital tools as empowering pedagogies for urban youth of color ; Chapter 73. Vancouver's digital strategy: disruption, new direction, or business as usual? ; Chapter 74. Our future: with the good, the bad, or the ugly eServices? Case Finland ; Chapter 75. Digital retail and how customer-centric technology is reshaping the industry: IT-enabled digital disruptio ; Chapter 76. Driving media transformations: mobile content and personal information ; Chapter 77. Change management in information asset ; Chapter 78. Development of innovative user services ; Chapter 79. Criminal defamation, the criminalisation of expression, media and information dissemination in the digital age: a legal and ethical perspective ; Chapter 80. Reflecting emerging digital technologies in leadership models -– Section 6. Emerging trends. Chapter 81. Trends in managing multimedia semantics ; Chapter 82. Next steps in multimedia networking ; Chapter 83. Media synchronization control in multimedia communication
Control code
on1004607257
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (94 PDFs (xx, 1763, xxxiii pages))
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781522538233
Other control number
10.4018/978-1-5225-3822-6
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004607257

Library Locations

    • InternetBorrow it
      Albany, Auckland, 0632, NZ
Processing Feedback ...