Navigational Aids and Learner Control in Hypermedia Instructional Programs
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331
Describes a study of fifth graders that examined the effects of learner control and navigational aids on performance in a hypermedia instructional program. Results indicated that students who moved freely within the program and had access to navigational aids, interacted more with the program and achieved higher performance on posttests. (Author/LRW)
Burke, P.A., Etnier, J.L. & Sullivan, H.J. (1998). Navigational Aids and Learner Control in Hypermedia Instructional Programs. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 18(2), 183.
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