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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

March 2013 Volume 22, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Interaction effects of Hypervideo Navigation Variables in College Students' Self-Regulated Learning

    Nabil Azmy, Helwan University, Egypt

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the question of whether the interaction effects of hypervideo navigation variables (navigation control and navigation links) would affect college... More

    pp. 113-146

  2. Information Communication Technologies in the Classroom: Expanding TAM to Examine Instructor Acceptance and Use

    Heidi Huntington, Colorado State University, United States; Tracy Worrell, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

    ** Invited as a paper from EdMedia 2012 ** Studies show that use of computer-based information communication technologies (ICTs) can have positive impacts on student motivation and learning. The... More

    pp. 147-164

  3. Roles of animation tools in understanding programming concepts

    Andres Moreno, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Mike Joy, University of Warwick, United Kingdom; Erkki Sutinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

    Computer generated animations are resources used to explain how programs are executed in order to clarify the relevant programming concepts. However, whilst trying to understand new programming... More

    pp. 165-184

  4. Designing WebQuests to Support Creative Problem Solving

    Jim Rubin, Union College, United States

    WebQuests have been a popular alternative for collaborative group work that utilizes internet resources, but studies have questioned how effective they are in challenging students to use higher... More

    pp. 185-207

  5. From “Mentor” to “Role Model”: Scaling the involvement of STEM professionals through Role Model Videos

    Jennifer Ware, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States; Sarah Stein, North Carolina State University, United States

    Mentors and role models can play a significant role in high school students’ motivation to pursue specific careers later in life. Although the use of role models in the classroom is an important... More

    pp. 209-223