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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2000 Volume 9, Number 4

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Individual Differences, Hypermedia Navigation,and Learning: An Empirical Study

    Sherry Y. Chen & Nigel Ford, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

    The learning behaviour and performance of 65 postgraduate students using a hypermedia-based tutorial were measured. Data were also obtained on cognitive style, levels of prior experience,... More

    pp. 281-311

  2. Concept Mapping with Multimedia on the Web

    Sherman R. Alpert & Keith Grueneberg, IBM—T.J. Watson Research Center, United States

    Concept maps™ have been used in the educational community for decades. A concept map is a visual representation of a person's knowledge of a domain. Many authors have reported on computer-based... More

    pp. 313-330

  3. Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of Motivation and Learning Through the Use in Schools of Multimedia Encyclopaedias on CD-ROM

    Jocelyn Wishart, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    This article is the result of interviews with teachers, students, and school librarians in eight UK secondary schools regarding their use of multimedia encyclopaedias on CD-ROM. It focuses on a... More

    pp. 331-345

  4. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in Educational Environments: Implications of Understanding Computers as Media

    Gary A. Berg, Chapman University, United States

    This article is a review of the literature in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) as it may apply specifically to educational environments. The origin of HCI and its relationship to other... More

    pp. 347-368

  5. Online Discussions: A Survey of Advantages and Disadvantages Compared to Face-to-Face Discussions

    Drew Tiene, Kent State University, United States

    Class listservs are widely used at the university level to supplement inclass discussion. What are the inherent advantages and disadvantages in the online discussion experience? How favorably do... More

    pp. 369-382