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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

January 2015 Volume 24, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Comparative analysis of visitors' experiences and knowledge acquisition between a 3Dimensional online and a real-world art museum tour

    Adriana D' Alba, University of West Georgia, United States; Greg Jones & Robert Wright, University of North Texas, United States

    "** Invited as a paper from EdMedia 2013 **" This paper discusses a study conducted in the fall of 2011 and the spring of 2012 which explored the use of existing 3D virtual environment... More

    pp. 5-22

  2. Male and female perceptions of an iPad-based digital literacy curriculum

    Jason Hilton, Slippery Rock University, United States; Joseph Canciello, Union Area School District, United States

    This article reports on original research into student perceptions of the implementation of an iPad-based English curriculum within a public secondary education setting. Building upon a theoretical... More

    pp. 23-41

  3. Development and Validation of the Game Perceptions Scale (GPS)

    Sylke Vandercruysse, Mieke Vandewaetere & Marie Maertens, KULeuven Kulak, Belgium; Judith ter Vrugte, University Twente, Netherlands; Pieter Wouters, University Utrecht, Netherlands; Ton de Jong, University Twente, Netherlands; Herre van Oostendorp, University Utrecht, Netherlands; Jan Elen, KULeuven, Belgium

    Despite the pervasiveness of perception and considerable impact of perception on the use of ICT for educational purposes, there is a surprising paucity of perception assessment instruments. The... More

    pp. 43-74

  4. Content Area Vocabulary Videos in Multiple Contexts: A Pedagogical Tool ** Invited as a paper from SITE 2012. Original title, Mathematical Vocabulary Videos in Multiple Contexts: A Pedagogical Tool **

    C. Lorraine Webb & Robin Robinson Kapavik, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, United States

    The authors challenged pre-service teachers to digitally define a social studies or mathematical vocabulary term in multiple contexts using a digital video camera. The researchers sought to answer ... More

    pp. 75-92