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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

July 2009 Volume 18, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Multimedia Case-based Instruction in Literacy: Pedagogy, Effectiveness, and Perceptions

    Elizabeth (Betsy) A. Baker, University of Missouri, United States

    Effective literacy teachers share a variety of instructional traits such as the ability to kidwatch, pedagogically reflect, and make informed decisions based on ill-structured and complex data. ... More

    pp. 249-266

  2. Problem Solving Examples as First Class Objects in Educational Digital Libraries: Three Obstacles to Overcome

    Peter Brusilovsky, Michael Yudelson & I-Han Hsiao, University of Pittsburgh, United States

    The paper analyzes three major problems encountered by our team as we endeavored to turn problem solving examples in the domain of programming into highly reusable educational activities, which... More

    pp. 267-288

  3. Pre-K Children’s Interaction with Educational Software Programs; An Observation of Capabilities and Levels of Engagement

    Youngju Lee, University of Viginia, United States

    In this study, an interpretive qualitative approach was employed to explore how pre-K children interact with educational software programs. This study addressed four aspects of children’s computer ... More

    pp. 289-309

  4. An educational multimedia presentation framework for medium-sized museums

    Georgios Styliaras, University of Ioannina, Greece

    This paper presents a framework that supports an educational presentation of a museum on fixed information and pure educational stations through multimedia. Museum curators are offered a wizard... More

    pp. 311-339

  5. Disabled Learners’ Experiences of E-learning

    Mike Wald, E.a. Draffan & Jane Seale, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

    This paper provides an overview and initial findings of the LExDis project which is exploring the e-learning experiences of disabled learners within a UK university in order to increase... More

    pp. 341-361