Barnes, Brandon. ed. "Unleashing the Power of Classroom TV: A Marketing and Advocacy Document for the Use of Classroom Television Professionals." KERA/KDTN – Dallas, Texas, October 1997.


Bashman, Janice Gable, and Thomas W. "Assessing the Effectiveness of a Psychodrama Training Video." Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry, 48, No. 2 (Summer 95).


Bryant, J., L. Mulliken, J. McCollum, L. Ralastin, A. Raney, D. Miron, S. Thompson, Y. Stuart, N. Mundorf, J. Mundorf, B. Wilson, and S. Smith. "Effects of One Year’s Viewing of Blue's Clues". (Tuscaloosa, AL: Institute for Communication Research, The University of Alabama, 1998), quoted in James M. Marshall, "Learning With Technology: Evidence That Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning" (May 2002).


Children’s Television Workshop. The Power of Television to Educate. April 1990.


Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Study of School Uses of Television and Video, 1996-1997 School Year, Summary Report.
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/content_storage_01/0000019b/80/15/0f/f5.pdf


Hovland, Carl I., Arthur A. Lumsdaine, and Fred D. Shefield. Experiments in Mass Communication. Vol. 3, Studies in the Social Psychology in World War II, American Soldier Series (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1949), 254.


Non optimal uses of video in the classroom http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:Nw8XJtyd8rQJ:www.okhighered.org/otep/reading-conference/hobbs-non-optimal-video.pdf+%22Study+of+School+Uses+of+Television+and+Video%22&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca


Huston, A.C., D.R. Anderson, J.C. Wright, D.L. Linebarger, and K.L. Schmitt. "Sesame Street Viewers as Adolescents: The Recontact Study." Chap. 8 in "G" Is for Growing: Thirty Years of Research on Children and Sesame Street, ed. S.M. Fisch and R.T. Truglio (Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 2001), 131-143, quoted in James M. Marshall, "Learning With Technology: Evidence That Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning" (May 2002).


Levin, S., M.W. Martin, T.L. McKenzie, A.C. DeLouise. "Assessment of a Pilot Video’s Effect on Physical Activity and Heart Health for Young Children." Family & Community Health, 25, no. 3 (October 2002).


Marshall, James M, Ph.D., "Learning With Technology. Evidence That Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning." A white paper prepared for Cable in the Classroom. May 2002. http://www.medialit.org/reading_room/pdf/545_CICReportLearningwithTechnology.pdf


Skolnik, Raquel. FASE Sr. Research Associate. FASE Research Report – Classroom Television: A Useful Resource for Mathematics and Science Education. Evaluation of THE EDDIE FILES. 1996.


Stern, Janet. Television and Video in the Classroom: A review of survey findings. TVONTARIO & The Ontario Educational Communications Authority, August 1995
http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:a3ffuia-MY0J:www.bcps.org/offices/lis/safari/Cradlerpaper62105_32_June22%255B1%255D.pdf+%22Television+and+Video+in+the+Classroom:+A+review+of+survey+findings%22&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca


Wilson, B.J., D. Linz, J. Federman, S. Smith, B. Paul, A. Nathanson, E. Donnerstein, and R. Lingsweiler. "The Choices and Consequences Evaluation: A Study of Court TV’s Anti-Violence Curriculum" (Santa Barbara; University of California, Santa Barbara, Center for Communication and Social Policy, 1999), quoted in James M. Marshall, "Learning With Technology: Evidence That Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning" (May 2002).


Wright, J.C., A.C. Huston, and J. Kotler. "The Early Window Project: Sesame Street Prepares Children for School." Chap. 6 in "G" Is for Growing: Thirty Years of Research on Children and Sesame Street, ed. S.M. Fisch and R.T. Truglio (Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 2001), 97-114, quoted in James M. Marshall, "Learning With Technology: Evidence That Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning" (May 2002).



Kozma, R. (1991) Learning with media. Review of Educational Research 61 (2) 179-211


Mitchell, N.L. and Surprise, S.J. (1994) Effective use of Video in interactive modules.
Proceedings on World Conference on Educational multi-media an hypermedia,
Vancouver, Canada 25-30.


Barford, J. and Western, C. (1997) The use of Video as a teaching resource in a new university. British Journal of Educational Technology 28 (1).



http://internet.arbitron.com/downloads/IM2005Study.pdf


Classroom 2.0: Technology Engages Student Learning Mark Bailey. | Spring 2009 Education Today. : vol. 21 - issue 1 - pp. 12 (4 pages)
Adaptations in the Classroom: Using Film to "Read" The Great Gatsby Cutchins, Dennis | 2003 Literature/Film Quarterly
Using Video Clips of Mathematics Classroom Instruction as Item Prompts to Measure Teachers' Knowledge of Teaching Mathematics Kersting, Nicole | 2008
Technology-enhanced language learning: A case study Yang, Shu Ching; Chen, Yi-Ju | 2007


The Films We Teach: Using "Rosie the Riveter", "Global Assembly Line", "Dreamworlds II", and "Fast Food Women" in the Women's Studies Classroom Kolmar, Wendy; Killian, Caitlin; Liebowitz, Debra | 2002 Women's Studies Quarterly


Teaching Chemistry Using From the Earth to the Moon Goll, James G.; Mundinger, Stacie L. | 2003 Journal of Chemical Education



Bringing the Classroom to the Web: Effects of Using New Technologies to Capture and Deliver Lectures. Dey, Eric ; Burn, Helen ; Gerdes, David ; Dey, Eric ; Burn, Helen ; Gerdes, David | 2009 / 06 / 01


Teaching Elizabeth Tudor with Movies: Film, Historical Thinking, and the Classroom Carlson, Eric Josef | 2007 The Sixteenth Century Journal
Teaching about War through Film and Literature Lieberfeld, Daniel | 2007 PS, Political Science & Politics
The Internet and film: teaching Middle East politics interactively Kiasatpour, Soleiman M. | 1999 PS, Political Science & Politics
Multimedia and literacy development; improving achievement for young learners. Feb 2009 Reference and Research Book News. : vol. 24 - issue 1
Films and videotapes on cell and molecular biology Anderson, Gary; Hart, Nathan H. | 1989 American Zoologist
The YouTube Generation: Implications for Medical Professionalism Farnan, Jeanne M.; Paro, John A. M.; Higa, Jennifer | 2008 Perspectives in Biology and Medicine Educational and Psychological Measurement Computers in Human Behavior


Teaching and learning on YouTube
http://www.openculture.com/2008/04/teaching_on_youtube.html
http://www.youtube.com/user/MediaPraxisme


Comparison of video instruction and conventional learning methods on students' understanding of tablet manufacturing American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , Spring 2001 by Felton, Linda A, Keesee, Katherine, Mattox, Robert, McCloskey, Ryan, Medley, Greg



Using video-based anchored instruction to enhance learning : Taiwan's experience . SHYU H.-Y. C. Department of Educational Technology, Tamkang University, 151 In-Chuan Rd., Tamsui, Taipei, 251, TAIWAN, PROVINCE DE CHINE, British journal of educational technology ISSN 0007-1013
2000, vol. 31, no1, pp. 57-69 (19 ref.)