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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

April 2008 Volume 17, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Measuring Learner Engagement in Computer-Equipped College Classrooms

    Monica E. Bulger, Richard E. Mayer, Kevin C. Almeroth & Sheridan D. Blau, University of California, Santa Barbara, United States

    ** Invited as a Paper From ED-MEDIA 2006 ** Although engagement and learning appear linked, quantitatively measuring this relationship is challenging. New technologies offer a window into... More

    pp. 129-143

  2. Temporal, but not Spatial, Contiguity Effects While Studying an Interactive Geographic Map

    Steven Crooks, David White, Sribhagyam Srinivasan & Qingfu Wang, Texas Tech University, United States

    In two experiments we investigated the effects of temporal and spatial contiguity on learning from a computer-based geographic map and associated text. In Experiment 1, participants were randomly... More

    pp. 145-169

  3. Effects of Objectives, Practice, and Review in Multimedia Instruction

    Florence Martin & James Klein, Arizona State University, United States

    This study examined the effects of instructional elements (objectives, information, practice with feedback, and review) on achievement, attitude, and time in a computer-based, multimedia program.... More

    pp. 171-189

  4. Reading Strategies in Hypertexts and Factors Influencing Hyperlink Selection

    Aristidis Protopsaltis, University of Westminster, United Kingdom

    This article reports on a study that examines the reading strategies and the factors that affect the hyperlink selection in a hypertext environment. The study focuses on text based hypertexts. The ... More

    pp. 191-213

  5. Learning Through Multimedia: Speech Recognition Enhancing Accessibility and Interaction

    Mike Wald, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

    ** Invited as a Paper From ED-MEDIA 2006 ** Lectures can present barriers to learning for many students and although online multimedia materials have become technically easier to create and... More

    pp. 215-233

  6. The model of domain learning as a framework for understanding Internet navigation

    P.G. Schrader, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States; Kimberly Lawless, University of Illinois, Chicago, United States; Hayley Mayall, Northern Illinois University, United States

    When examined across studies and fields, navigation research is fragmented and inconsistent. In this article, we argue that this is the result of navigation research having generally been conducted... More

    pp. 235-258

  7. Influences on Visual Attentional Distribution in Multimedia Instruction

    Eric Wiebe & Leonard Annetta, North Carolina State University, United States

    Previous work applying cognitive load theory has demonstrated the effect of various text/graphic/narration relations on learning using multimedia material. Other work has looked at how the degree... More

    pp. 259-277