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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2002 Volume 11, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Effects of Navigation Tool Information on Hypertext Navigation Behavior: A Configural Analysis of Page-Transition Data

    Patricia M. Boechler & Michael R. W. Dawson, University of Alberta, Canada

    The effects of navigation tools in hypertext have been studied predominantly through performance measures such as speed, accuracy, number of pages accessed and recall of document elements. In... More

    pp. 95-115

  2. World Wide Web Hypertext Linkage Patterns

    Perry Schoon & Ralph Cafolla, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    The purpose of the study was to investigate the effects of various hypertext linkage patterns on the efficiency of navigating World Wide Web (WWW or Web) sites. The study also looked at the... More

    pp. 117-139

  3. Building a Constructivist Learning Environment Using a Multimedia Design Project—a Malaysian Experience

    Mai Neo & Ken Neo Tk, Multimedia University, Malaysia

    Multimedia technology is permeating the educational arena and changing the way teachers teach and students learn. In this article, the focus is on the building of a constructivist learning... More

    pp. 141-153

  4. Designing and Using Hypermedia Materials to Investigate Language Use in a Culturally Diverse Classroom

    Cheryl L. Rosaen, Michigan State University, United States

    Hypermedia teacher education materials are a potentially rich teaching resource for teacher educators who are preparing preservice teachers to practice in culturally diverse classrooms. They... More

    pp. 155-175

  5. Integrated Model of Multimedia Effects on Learning

    Andy Hede, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

    Research on multimedia and related instructional technologies over many years has been characterized by inconsistent findings about their effects on learning. This is because of the myriad of... More

    pp. 177-191