Kei Tomita, Ph.D.


Research

My early research primarily concerns students’ cognitive learning experience when they use instructional media. For example, I investigated how an online annotation tool could enhance students’ reading comprehension and vocabulary acquisition when they are reading online passages.

My recent projects focus on understanding students’ affective learning experience. For example, I investigated whether the perception of the visual appeal of instructional handouts affects learners’ self-reported motivation to learn from the handouts.

My latest research explored how students’ emotional responses to the visual design of instructional materials are formed.

All of my publications are available at ResearchGate.


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