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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

October 2021 Volume 30, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Insights into Implementing Media-based Assessments in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

    Jacinta Carruthers, Michael Rampe & Panos Vlachopoulos, Macquarie University, Australia

    The pedagogical benefits of media-based assessments for students is well established. However, few studies have explored this mode of assessment from the perspective of the educator. This is a case... More

    pp. 317-332

  2. Ready to be School Librarians? Digital Media Technology Acceptance and Integration to Engage More Students

    Haihong Hu, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, United States; Donna Wake & Rachelle Miller, University of Central Arkansas, United States

    The constant evolution of technology requires continuous development for school librarians supporting K-12 education in the work of technology integration. This manuscript examines school library... More

    pp. 333-357

  3. The Effect of A Multimedia-Enriched Problem-Based Learning Environment on Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Middle School Students’ Science Learning: Examining the Relationship Among Self-Efficacy, Attitude, and Performance

    Min Liu, Zilong Pan, Ying Cai, Peixia Shao & Songhee Han, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    This study examined how 465 socioeconomically disadvantaged middle school students used a multimedia-enriched problem-based learning (PBL) program. Using a mixed-methods design, we investigated the... More

    pp. 359-391

  4. Design Principles for Multimedia Presentations: A Comparison between a Whiteboard Animation and a PowerPoint Slideshow Presentation

    Hans van der Meij, University of Twente, Netherlands; Eva Draijer, Pharmatech, Netherlands

    The present study compared a Whiteboard animation with a PowerPoint slideshow. A presentation in each style was analysed in detail for compliance to Mayer’s (2014) twelve multimedia principles and ... More

    pp. 393-418