Creating Hypermedia Learning Environments: Guidelines for Designers
Computer Assisted Language Learning Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 0958-8221
Proposes preliminary guidelines applicable to the creation of hypermedia-based learning environments that draw on insights gained from research in a number of fields. The framework encompasses (1) the importance of modern pedagogy in shaping instructional design, (2) cognitive and instructional design factors that may facilitate development of second-language acquisition, and (3) findings from research on human computer interaction. (Author/VWL)
Peterson, M. (1998). Creating Hypermedia Learning Environments: Guidelines for Designers. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 11(2), 115.
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