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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

October 2016 Volume 25, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. An Integrated Multimedia Learning Model vs. The Traditional Face-to-Face Learning Model: An Examination of College Economics Classes

    Barbara Son & Mark Simonian, California State University at Los Angeles, United States

    Multimedia learning tools can assist and help motivate students by supplementing traditional teaching modalities with learner-centered learning through application and practice. The overall... More

    pp. 305-321

  2. Affordances and Constraints of a Blended Course in a Teacher Professional Development Program

    Nesrin Bakir, West Texas A&M, United States; Christopher Devers, Indiana Wesleyan University, United States; Barbara Hug, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

    Using a descriptive research design approach, this study investigated the affordances and constraints of a graduate level blended course focused on science teaching and learning. Data were gathered... More

    pp. 323-341

  3. Future Game Developers within a Virtual World: Learner Archetypes and Team Leader Attributes

    Marija Franetovic, Lawrence Technological University, United States

    This case study research sought to understand a subset of the next generation in reference to virtual world learning within a game development course. The students completed an ill-structured team ... More

    pp. 343-361

  4. Learning By Example : Designing and Developing Linked Data Application

    Karim Tharani, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

    According to constructivist theory of learning, new knowledge is learned on the basis of what is already known by learners. Thus for an emerging and transformative technology such as Linked Data to... More

    pp. 363-375

  5. “But All We Really Wanted was a Course!” Teacher Professional Development for Innovative Teaching with ICT

    Hanne Wacher Kjaergaard, Aarhus University, School of Communication and Culture, Denmark; Simon Skov Fougt, Metropolitan University College, Department of School and Learning, Denmark

    This article describes a professional development project for teachers that aimed at developing innovative teaching with ICT in a 21st-century understanding of the term innovative. The article... More

    pp. 377-395