Jillianne Code

Jillianne Code
University of British Columbia - Vancouver | UBC · Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy (EDCP)

PhD in Educational Psychology, MEd in Instructional Technology

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Introduction
Jillianne Code is Assistant Professor of Media and Technology Studies in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Her research is focused on the role of agency in learning, the design of immersive and virtual environments for learning and assessment, the use of learning analytics, and measurement methods in educational research.
Additional affiliations
July 2017 - present
University of British Columbia - Vancouver
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
July 2011 - June 2017
University of Victoria
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
May 2010 - June 2011
Harvard University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
September 2005 - July 2010
Simon Fraser University
Field of study
  • Educational Psychology
September 1999 - June 2002
University of Alberta
Field of study
  • Educational Psychology & Instructional Technology
September 1995 - June 1999
University of Alberta
Field of study
  • Secondary Education

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Publications (55)
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The way individuals interpret and reinterpret their experience is central to meaning-making and impacts teaching and learning. Grounded in Mezirow’s transformative learning theory, this research explores whether pandemic-related emergency remote teaching manifested as a “disorienting dilemma” for technology educators. Teachers negotiated curricular...
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Academic success in any context is dependent upon a student's belief in their ability to succeed. While learning online, a students’ self-efficacy is affected by their confidence in their ability to interact within the online environment. With the proliferation of personalized learning and the growth of Massive Open Online Courses, this growing tre...
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The way individuals interpret and reinterpret their experience is central to meaning-making and, ultimately, to teaching learning. Grounded in Mezirow’s Transformative Learning Theory, this research explores whether pandemic-related emergency remote teaching manifested in a disorienting dilemma for technology educators. Educators negotiated curricu...
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BACKGROUND Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is a leading cause of hospital admission in North America. Many patients with ACS experience challenges after discharge that impact their clinical outcomes and psychosocial well-being. Text messaging has the potential to provide support to patients during this post-discharge period. OBJECTIVE This study pil...
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Background Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is a leading cause of hospital admission in North America. Many patients with ACS experience challenges after discharge that impact their clinical outcomes and psychosocial well-being. SMS text messaging has the potential to provide support to patients during this postdischarge period. Objective This study p...
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Purpose The disruption caused by the pandemic declaration and subsequent public health measures put in place have had a substantial effect on teachers’ abilities to support student engagement in technology education (TE). The purpose of this paper is to explore the following research question: How do TE teachers see emergency remote teaching (ERT)...
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Heart failure (HF) is an often-debilitating syndrome that carries a lifelong burden of increased morbidity and mortality. While most affected individuals are elderly with ischemic heart disease, there are subsets of younger individuals who will develop HF. In this group, non-ischemic causes of cardiomyopathy are more common, optimal therapies are l...
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Background: Among social media (SoMe) platforms, Twitter and YouTube have gained popularity, facilitating communication between cardiovascular professionals and patients. Objective: This mixed method systematic review aimed to assess the source profile and content of Twitter and YouTube posts about heart failure (HF). Methods: We searched PubMed,...
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Agency is inherent in students’ ability to regulate, control, and monitor their own learning. A learners’ effectiveness in regulating their cognitive, affective, and behavioral processes as they interact within the learning environment is critical to their academic success. This article advances a theory of learner agency, or agency for learning (A...
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Substantive research investigates the effects and impacts of tablets, in particular iPads, on children's education, but few papers discuss support for teachers in deciding which iPad applications can be integrated into the classroom. Even fewer articles are directed towards application developers. This chapter explores two standards for choosing ap...
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Background Among social media (SoMe) platforms, Twitter and YouTube have gained popularity, facilitating communication between cardiovascular professionals and patients. Objective This mixed method systematic review aimed to assess the source profile and content of Twitter and YouTube posts about heart failure (HF). Methods We searched PubMed, Em...
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Theory of Mind (ToM) is an individual’s ability to understand the cognitive states of others, including their desires, beliefs, and knowledge. ToM describes how children, by the age of four, understand how others may be thinking or feeling. It is the ability to understand the thinking or viewpoints of their peers. This paper will describe ToM level...
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The key to education reform lies in exploring alternative forms of assessment. Alternative performance assessments provide a more valid measure than multiple-choice tests of students’ conceptual understanding and higher-level skills such as problem solving and inquiry. Advances in game-based and virtual environment technologies are creating new pos...
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Background: Acute coronary syndrome, including acute myocardial infarction (AMI), is one of the leading causes for hospitalization, with AMI 30-day readmission rates around 20%. Supporting patient information needs and increasing adherence to recommended self-management behaviors during transition from hospital to home has the potential to improve...
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Student engagement is both a ubiquitous and broadly defined term in education. Engagement is the 'conceptual glue' that connects student agency, social influences, organizational structures, and institutional culture. Of particular interest to the work presented in this paper, is how engagement and agency are interrelated, and the role of this rela...
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Determining the effectiveness of any educational technology depends upon teachers’ and learners’ perception of the functional utility of that tool for teaching, learning, and assessment. The VPA project at Harvard University is developing and studying the feasibility of using immersive technology to develop performance assessments of middle school...
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Educators are embracing technology as a key to transforming learning for the 21st century. As the 21st century learning movement emphasizes the development of skills that are seen as uniquely relevant to the modern world, in the educational community, many are looking to technology such as tablets, as a tool to modernizing classrooms. This research...
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Twenty-first century learners have expectations that are not met within the traditional model of higher education. With the introduction of online learning in the late 1990’s, the anytime/anywhere mantra taken up by many post-secondary institutions was a first step to meeting learner needs for flexibility; however, the choice and determination of d...
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This case study presents participatory action research examining the experiences of a pre-service teacher implementing iPads during practicum. For two weeks, the pre-service teacher integrated a set of 20 iPads into a grade 10 Media Literacy Unit. Coded data from the teacher’s daily blog, interviews with students, and interviews with observers reve...
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Learning analytics tools help online educators visually extract meaningful performance and behavioral patterns from learners’ trace data. While many learning analytics solutions have addressed how educators monitor and provide summative feedback to learners, most are pedagogically neutral, and do not feature or support formative feedback. We explor...
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The key to education reform lies in exploring alternative forms of assessment. Alternative performance measures provide a more valid measure than multiple-choice tests of students’ conceptual understanding and higher-level skills such as problem solving. Advances in immersive virtual environment technologies are creating new possibilities for learn...
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Social and group interactions in online and virtual communities develop and evolve from expressions of human agency. The exploration of the emergence of agency in social situations is of critical importance to understanding the psychology of agency and group interactions in social media. The purpose of this chapter is to explore the prevalence of a...
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Current assessment approaches are inadequate for determining how well our students are developing sophisticated inquiry skills in science – a key 21st century capability for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. Research has documented that sophisticated, higher-order thinking skills related to complex cognition, inquiry...
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The effectiveness of any educational technology depends upon teachers‟ and learners‟ perception of the functional utility of that medium for teaching, learning, and assessment. The Virtual Performance Assessment project at Harvard University (http://vpa.gse.harvard.edu) is developing and studying the feasibility of using immersive technology to dev...
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Validating interactions in immersive virtual environments (IVE) used in educational settings is critical for ensuring their effectiveness for learning. The effectiveness of any educational technology depends upon teachers’ and learners’ perception of the functional utility of that medium for teaching, learning, and assessment. The purpose of this c...
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Science inquiry is a cognitive process that depends upon the active engagement of students and is something that students do and is minds-on. However, given its active nature, assessing science inquiry process skills remains a challenge for educators. In this chapter, we describe research being carried out to develop virtual performance assessments...
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Three-dimensional (3D) stereoscopic technologies bring a whole new dimension to educational media and learning. Perception and orientation in the three-dimensional world is propagated through many different object and environmental factors. The use of 3D stereoscopics as a cognitive tool for augmenting reality from the two-dimensional representatio...
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The effectiveness of any educational technology depends upon teachers’ and learners’ perception of the functional utility of that medium for teaching, learning, and assessment. The Virtual Performance Assessment project at Harvard University (http://vpa.gse.harvard.edu) is developing and studying the feasibility of using immersive technology to dev...
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Substantial evidence supports the use of virtual worlds for teaching, learning, and more recently, assessment. Developing assessment activities for virtual worlds is inherently complex due to the open-ended, exploratory nature of 3-D immersive environments. This study developed a framework for designing activities that produce evidence of students'...
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Social and group interactions in online and virtual communities develop and evolve from expressions of human agency. The exploration of the emergence of agency in social situations is of critical importance to understanding the psychology of agency and group interactions in social networks. This chapter explores how agency emerges from social inter...
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Central to research in social psychology is the means in which communities form, attract new members, and develop over time. Research has found that the relative anonymity of Internet communication encourages self-expression and facilitates the formation of relationships based on shared values and beliefs. Self-expression in online social networks...
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Social and group interactions in online and virtual communities develop and evolve from expressions of human agency. The exploration of the emergence of agency in social situations is of critical importance to understanding the psychology of agency and group interactions in social networks. This chapter explores how agency emerges from social inter...
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Social and group interactions in online and virtual communities develop and evolve from expressions of human agency. The exploration of the emergence of agency in social situations is of critical importance to understanding the psychology of agency and group interactions in social networks. This chapter explores how agency emerges from social inter...
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Central to research in social psychology is the means in which communities form, attract new members, and develop over time. Research has found that the relative anonymity of Internet communication encourages self-expression and facilitates the formation of relationships based on shared values and beliefs. Self-expression in online social networks...
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Video games engage players in rapid and complex interactions of self-regulatory processes. The way individuals regulate their cognitive, affective, and behavioral process while playing electronic games, relates to their ability to cope with the onslaught of information that electronic games require for their mastery. The psychological factors that...
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Central to research in social psychology is the means in which communities form, attract new members, and develop over time. Research has found that the relative anonymity of Internet communication encourages self-expression and facilitates the formation of relationships based on shared values and beliefs. Self-expression in online social networks...
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Social and group interactions in online and virtual communities develop and evolve from expressions of human agency. The exploration of the emergence of agency in social situations is of critical importance to understanding the psychology of agency and group interactions in social networks. This chapter explores how agency emerges from social inter...
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Video games engage players in rapid and complex interactions of self-regulatory processes. The way individuals regulate their cognitive, affective, and behavioral process while playing electronic games, relates to their ability to cope with the onslaught of information that electronic games require for their mastery. The psychological factors that...
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This exploratory case study examined in depth the studying activities of eight students across two studying episodes, and compared traces of actual studying activities to self-reports of self-regulated learning. Students participated in a 2-hour activity using our gStudy software to complete a course assignment. We used log file data to construct p...
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Four hundred six college students completed four modified Cognitive Assessment System subtests, each assessing one dimension of the PASS cognitive processing model (i.e., Planning, Attention, Simultaneous and Successive processing). Students also completed a rating-scale that determined the extent and nature of their use of the Internet. There were...
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Abstract Parents of 128 children in a rural elementary school provided information on home Internet access and children's online activities. Children were individually administered four measures of cognitive development (expressive language, metacognition, visual perception, and auditory memory) and were asked to define ten Internet terms (eg, emai...
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Agency is both an individual and a social entity. Personal and social aspects of agency in self regulated learning are integral in students’ ability to regulate, control and monitor their learning. Although often mentioned as a construct in the SRL literature (Karoly, Boekaerts, & Maes, 2005; Martin, 2004), agency is rarely measured. The purpose of...
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Links between students' achievement goal orientations and learning tactics were investigated using software (gStudy) that supports a variety of learning tactics and strategies. An achievement goal questionnaire was administered to 307 students enrolled in an introductory educational psychology course. Data tracing study tactics were logged for 80 o...
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Instructional designers can use evidence-based theories of motivation and self-regulated learning to construct e-learning environments that promote goal-setting and achievement. We have used gStudy, educational software designed according to principles of self-regulated learning, to construct a Goal-Setting Kit. The Goal-Setting Kit incorporates te...
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Self-regulated learning concerns the application of self-regulation and models of self-regulation to the learning process. Students differ greatly in their aptitude, preference, and ability to perform different tasks under varying situations and contexts. Self-regulated learning integrates these individual differences (how people differ in their th...
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Realizing the full promise of software technologies in education requires thinking differently about how software can advance research while simultaneously making direct and powerful contributions to learning. In the Learning Kit Project, we are developing software that meets this two-fold need. We describe here major components of our software sui...
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As technology revolutionizes instruction, conceptual models of influence are necessary to guide implementation and evaluation of specific applications such as online peer discussion. Students in an educational psychology course analyzed five case studies that applied and integrated course content. Some students (n= 42) used WebCT Discussionsto subm...
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Action learning is effective learning and development through the use of real life context based problems, applications, and solutions. At Grant MacEwan College, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, emphasis in faculty instruction is on practical, real life situations that faculty encounter in their classrooms and in teaching. Moving from a program of pre...
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The World Wide Web has evolved from a primary text based medium into an integrated net of media. Whether its video, audio, or animation, the mediums ability to relay information to the audience is something that should not be discriminate in its delivery. Current Web multimedia technologies of use on the Internet are enhanced and made accessible wi...

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Hello Everyone,
I was hoping someone could tell me how I can import from ORCID into Academia.edu?
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