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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2000 Volume 9, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Bridging the Gap: Implications of Conversation for Multimedia Development

    Richard Goldsworthy, The Academic Edge, Inc., United States

    In everyday conversation, we are constantly constructing, de-constructing, and reconstructing interfaces between our-selves and others who inhabit the world around us. This arti-cle examines... More

    pp. 99-114

  2. Constructivist Simulations: A New Design Paradigm

    Barry Harper, University of Wollongong, Australia; David Squires, King’s College London, United Kingdom; Anne Mcdougall, Monash University, Australia

    The possibilities afforded by new multimedia technology, combined with contemporary ideas about learning, have opened up new design opportunities for educational simula-tions. In particular, the... More

    pp. 115-130

  3. Gender and Educational Technologies: Relational Frameworks for Learning Design

    Katy Campbell, University of Alberta, Canada

    Technology-based models of teaching and learning are re-ceiving both social and political attention in the post-second-ary sector. However, instructional design practices have, up to now, been... More

    pp. 131-149

  4. Desktop Virtual Reality for the Enhancement of Visualization Skills

    James L. Mohler, Purdue University, United States

    Virtual reality (VR) technologies provide a unique method for enhancing user visualization of complex three-dimen-sional objects and environments. By experience and environ-mental interaction,... More

    pp. 151-165