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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

November 2013 Volume 22, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Effects of Textisms on Learning, Study Time, and Instructional Perceptions in an Online Artificial Intelligence Instructional Module

    Robert Beasley, Nathan L. Bryant, Phillip T. Dodson & Kevin C. Entwistle, Franklin College Department of Mathematics & Computing, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of textisms (i.e., abbreviated spellings, acronyms, and other shorthand notations) on learning, study time, and instructional perceptions in... More

    pp. 363-381

  2. Enriching student HIV awareness by digital storytelling

    Marcus Duveskog & Erkki Sutinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

    *Selected as an outstanding paper at ED-MEDIA 2009* Secondary school students in Tanzania were involved in the development of a digital platform for HIV education and counseling. A major reason ... More

    pp. 383-406

  3. Wikifolios and Participatory Assessment for Engagement, Understanding, and Achievement in Online Courses

    Daniel Hickey & Andrea Rehak, Indiana University, United States

    This paper presents new insights from ongoing design-based research of graduate-level online courses in a school of education. This research has been refining the use of widely available wikis and ... More

    pp. 407-441

  4. iPad Use for Accelerating Reading Gains in Secondary Students with Learning Disabilities

    Shannan Retter, Bettendorf High School, United States; Christine Anderson & Laura Kieran, Western Illinois University, United States

    **Invited as a paper for SITE 2013** This action research project explored the use of the iPad 2 in a special education classroom with high school students who were considered struggling readers... More

    pp. 443-463

  5. Investigating students’ usage and acceptance of electronic books

    Susan Sieche, Birte Krey & Theo Bastiaens, Fernuniversität in Hagen, Netherlands

    The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ usage and acceptance of electronic books. Factors correlating with students’ attitude towards e-books were examined using the Technology... More

    pp. 465-487