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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2001 Volume 10, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Effects of Prior Knowledge and Goal Strength on the Use of Hypertext

    David A. Last, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, United States; Anthony E. Kelly, George Mason University, United States; Angela M. O’Donnell, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, United States

    The study examined the influences of a student's prior knowledge and desired goal on the difficulties and benefits associated with learning from hypertext. Twelve students from an undergraduate... More

    pp. 3-25

  2. Framework for Metacognitive Mapping to Design Metadata for Intelligent Hypermedia Presentations

    R. William Maule, California State University, United States

    This article presents a conceptual model and content frame-work to aid in the linkage of cognitive variables, to the meta-cognitive attributes of those variables, and related metadata for the... More

    pp. 27-45

  3. The Effects of Adding Audio Instructions to a Multimedia Computer Based Training Environment

    Barbara Beccue & Joaquin Vila, Illinois State University, United States; Lynne Koenecke Whitley, Cingular Wireless, United States

    Technological development has provided for new methods of instruction. Specifically, the audio component of multime-dia can be used to bring sound, speech, and music to com-puter applications... More

    pp. 47-67

  4. The Experience of Flow in Interacting With a Hypermedia Learning Environment

    Udo Konradt & Karin Sulz, University of Kiel, Germany

    Using the Experience-Sampling Method flow experience, 60 subjects were assessed three times during a one hour inter-action with a hypermedia learning environment in an experi-mental setting. Two... More

    pp. 69-84

  5. N 3 : NN Navigation Support System—Knowledge-Navigation in Hyperspace: The Sub-Symbolic Approach

    Mizue Kayama & Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

    A navigation support system based on the sub-symbolic ap-proach to decide the appropriate navigation strategy is pro-posed. In exploring hyperspace, users often tend to be in un-desirable states (e... More

    pp. 85-103