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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2001 Volume 10, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Multimedia Enhanced Educational Products as a Tool to Promote Critical Thinking in Adult Students

    Timothy J. Ellis, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    The promise of multimedia as a tool for enhancing learning is indeed intoxicating. The prospect of actively engaging learners through multiple communication channels is, intu-itively, very... More

    pp. 107-124

  2. Middle School Students’ Technology Practices and Preferences: Re-Examining Gender Differences

    HEIDI SCHWEINGRUBER, CHRISTINE L. BRANDENBURG & LESLIE M. MILLER

    Previous research has suggested that a host of factors such as lack of role models, access, learning styles, social expecta-tions, and the absence of gender-sensitive computer games are, in part,... More

    pp. 125-140

  3. Effects of Learner Control and Learning Strategies on English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Learning from Interactive Hypermedia Lessons

    Shiou-wen Yeh, Fu-Jen Catholic University; James D. Lehman, Purdue University, United States

    This study investigated the effects of learner control, English learning strategies, and the use of advance organizers on En-glish as a Foreign Language (EFL) learning from interactive hypermedia... More

    pp. 141-159

  4. Judging a Book by its Cover! Cultural Stereotyping of Interactive Media and its Effect on the Recall of Text Information

    MARÍA JOSÉ ALVAREZ-TORRES & PUNYASHLOKE MISHRA, Michigan State University, United States

    Humans often make assumptions about other people and ste-reotype them based on superficial cues. There is little re-search on whether people categorize computer programs in a similar manner. This... More

    pp. 161-183

  5. Linking and Timing Information Presentation in Multimedia Educational Systems

    Amelia K. Y. Tong, The Media Centre, United Kingdom

    Linking and timing what is to be presented to the learner is particularly important in multimedia educational environ-ments, especially when the same piece of material can be presented to the... More

    pp. 185-203