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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

April 2016 Volume 25, Number 2

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Perceptions of Peer Review using Cloud-based Software

    Gjoa Andrichuk, BC Institute of Technology, Canada

    This study looks at the change in perception regarding the effect of peer feedback on writing skills using cloud-based software. Pre- and post-surveys were given. The students peer reviewed drafts ... More

    pp. 109-125

  2. Open badges in online learning environments: Peer feedback and formative assessment as an engagement intervention for promoting agency

    Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Kings College London, United States; Jillianne Code, University of Victoria, Canada

    Student engagement is both a ubiquitous and broadly defined term in education. Engagement is the ‘conceptual glue’ that connects student agency, social influences, organizational structures, and... More

    pp. 127-142

  3. Usability and User Satisfaction of Multimedia Instructional Message (MIM) for Packet Tracer Simulation

    Mohd Syahrizad Elias & Ahmad Zamzuri Mohamad Ali, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia

    Simulation-aided learning has capability in improving student’s learning performance. However, the positive effect of simulation-aided learning still being discussed, which at times has not played ... More

    pp. 143-160

  4. Learning consequences of mobile-computing technologies: Differential impacts on integrative learning and skill-focused learning

    Richard Kumi, University of Memphis, United States; Iris Reychav, Ariel University, Industrial Engineering and Management, Israel; Rajiv Sabherwal, University of Arkansas, United States

    Many educational institutions are integrating mobile-computing technologies (MCT) into the classroom to improve learning outcomes. There is also a growing interest in research to understand how MCT... More

    pp. 161-188

  5. Students’ Preferences for Types of Video Lectures: Lecture Capture vs. Screencasting Recordings

    Alaa Sadik, SQU, Oman

    The use of online videos as a supplement to traditional lectures or as a way to reach students at remote sites has become increasingly popular in higher education. Faculty and university technology... More

    pp. 189-208