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International Journal of Instructional Media

2006 Volume 33, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Integration of Instructional Technology: A Device to Deliver Instruction or a Tool to Foster Learning

    Deniz Palak, Richard T. Walls & John G. Wells

    This study reports the analysis of the entire content (approximately 135 lessons) of 27 web-based units created by pre-school through 12th grade public school teachers. The investigation was... More

    pp. 355-365

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  2. Assessment of Web-Based Courses: A Discussion and Analysis of Learners' Individual Differences and Teaching-Learning Process

    Yasemin Gulbahar & Soner Yildirim

    This study examined the role of individual differences and the quality of the teaching-learning process on learning outcomes in a web-based instructional environment, and explored the... More

    pp. 367-378

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  3. Effect of Cognitive Load and Animation on Student Achievement

    Francis Dwyer & Carol Dwyer

    Animation continues to be used extensively in learning environments; however, research regarding its effectiveness in facilitating different kinds of learning objectives remains inconclusive.... More

    pp. 379-388

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  4. Prototype Features of a Statistics Homework Web-Site to Advise Instructors about Student Progress

    Abbot L. Packard & Glen A. Holmes

    Instructors teaching any college statistics course hold to a standard practice of assigning homework, grading it, and returning it to students with some form of feedback. However, with a course... More

    pp. 389-396

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  5. Lessons Learned from a First Instructional Design Experience

    Charles B. Hodges

    This case study presents the experience of an instructional designer working on an instructional development project for the first time. The project team was creating online course materials for ... More

    pp. 397-403

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  6. Ethical and Educational Justification for Computer-Based Instructions: A Case of Simulations in Science Teaching

    Frackson Mumba, Vivien Mweene Chabalengula & T C. Bassoppo-Moyo

    Teaching is a moral and educational enterprise. Therefore, teachers are expected to explain and justify the instructional methods and designs they use in their teaching to demonstrate how they... More

    pp. 405-414

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  7. Effectiveness of Interactive Multimedia Environment on Language Acquisition Skills of 6th Grade Students in the United Arab Emirates

    Abdurrahman Ghaleb Almekhlafi

    This study investigated the effect of interactive multimedia (IMM) program on students' acquisition of some English as a second language (ESL) skills. An interactive multimedia CD-ROM was used... More

    pp. 427-441

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