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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

1996 Volume 5, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Glimpses at the Future of Networked Hypermedia Systems

    Hermann Maurer, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Achim Schneider, Union Bank of Switzerland, Switzerland; Michael Klemme, University of Auckland, New Zealand

    We have experienced the rapid proliferation of world-wide networked hypermedia systems such as Gopher, WWW, and Hyper-G on the Internet, particularly in institutions concerned with education and... More

    pp. 225-238

  2. The Relationship of Indices of Student Navigational Patterns in a Hypermedia Geology Lab Simulation to Two Measures of Learning Style

    James F. Andris, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, United States

    This study presents for 31 students using a hypermedia geology lab simulation the relationship of their cognitive style and modality preference to several indices of navigational path data. Three... More

    pp. 303-315

  3. The Effect of Teacher Scaffolding and Student Comprehension Monitoring on a Multimedia/Interactive Videodisc Science Lesson for Second Graders

    Carole S. Nelson, Allen Watson & Jane K. Ching, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States; Patricia I. Barrow, Guilford School System, United States

    Imagery-based computer instruction is predicted to have a major impact on educational curriculum in the next century. Yet research on the effectiveness of imagery technology for early elementary... More

    pp. 317-348

  4. The Impact of CD-ROM Storybooks on Children’s Reading Comprehension and Reading Attitude

    Kathryn I. Matthew, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    This study examined the influence of CD-ROM storybooks on the reading comprehension and attitudes toward reading of 37 matched pairs of third graders. Comprehension was measured using story... More

    pp. 379-394