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Journal of Computing in Higher Education

1991 Volume 2, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Combining and Recombining Multimedia Story Elements

    Geri Gay & F E. Mazur

    An interactive, multimedia program designed to teach writing in Spanish as a second language is described and its instructional features are discussed. In it, students must interpret ambiguous... More

    pp. 3-17

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  2. Instructional Resources for Research and Writing: The Jefferson Notebook

    Mark H. Chignell & Richard M. Lacy

    The Jefferson Notebook system, based on a model of integrated research and instruction, is a computer program to aid in creation of hypertext instructional materials. It is currently used in... More

    pp. 18-43

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  3. Uses of Hypertext

    Mark A. Horney

    A theoretical description of hypertext is presented, and three applications of hypertext are discussed: electronic studying allows linkage of electronic note cards for writing and interrelating... More

    pp. 44-65

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  4. The Development of Interactive Video for Children's Education

    Gabrielle Savage Dockterman

    Development of two interactive videodisks in space science for middle-school-age children is described, and suggestions for development of affordable and successful interactive products are offered... More

    pp. 66-83

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  5. Ten Commandments for the Evaluation of Interactive MultiMedia in Higher Education

    Thomas C. Reeves

    A set of guidelines for evaluating interactive multimedia used in college instruction is offered in the form of 10 "commandments" illustrated with humorous anecdotes. They stress descriptive... More

    pp. 84-113

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