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Computers in the Schools

1994 Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Foundations of Hypermedia: Concepts and History

    Robert J. Myers & John K. Burton

    Defines hypermedia and related terminology and provides an overview of the history of the development of hypertext, hypermedia, and associated technology. Discusses implications of use of... More

    pp. 9-20

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  2. Hypermedia in Teacher Education: Development of Course Support Materials

    Gail E. Fitzgerald

    Examines a design model for hypermedia materials and gives direction in the development of course support materials for teacher education. Describes design guidelines for matching hypermedia... More

    pp. 47-68

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  3. Cooperative Hypermedia: The Marriage of Collaborative Writing and Mediated Environments

    Curtis J. Bonk

    Discusses collaborative writing with hypermedia and multimedia tools as well as the requisite hardware and software support that foster cognitive and social skills. Proposes research on the impact ... More

    pp. 79-124

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  4. Using Hypermedia to Assist Language Minority Learners in Achieving Academic Success

    David B. Palumbo & Andrea B. Bermudez

    Discusses hypermedia as presentation, representation, and construction tools. Emphasizes the importance of technologies that can be adapted to individual needs in a global context; and promotes... More

    pp. 171-88

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  5. The Structural Communication Methodology as a Means of Teaching George Orwell's "Animal Farm": Paper and Computer-Based Instruction

    Alex Romiszowski & Andrew Abrahamson

    Provides brief history of Structural Communication (SC) methodology and discusses its use for teaching eighth-grade literature. Examines strengths and weaknesses of SC in print and hypermedia... More

    pp. 199-226

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  6. Learning by Designing Hypermedia Documents

    Richard Lehrer

    Discusses the concept of knowledge design and its implementation with hypermedia composition tools; explains the instructional model used in research conducted on hypermedia presentations created... More

    pp. 227-54

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