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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

April 2005 Volume 14, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. All or Nothing: Levels of Sociability of a Pedagogical Software Agent and its Impact on Student Perceptions and Learning

    Kathryn Hershey Dirkin & Punya Mishra, Michigan State University, United States; Ellen Altermatt, Hanover College, United States

    This paper reports the results of an experimental study on multimedia learning environments, which investigated the impact that increasing the social behaviors of a pedagogical agent has on... More

    pp. 113-127

  2. YADBrowser: A browser for Web based educational applications.

    Vicente Arturo Romero Zaldivar, Faculty of Informatics, University of Cienfuegos, Cuba; Jon Ander Elorriaga Arandia, University of the Basque Country, Spain, Spain; Mateo Lezcano Brito, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Las Villas, Cuba, Cuba

    In this paper the main characteristics of the educational browser YADBrowser are described. One of the main objetives of this project is to define new languages and protocols which facilitate the... More

    pp. 129-149

  3. Multimedia in a Science Learning Environment

    Sribhagyam Srinivasan & Steven Crooks, Texas Tech University, United States

    This article presents a review of the literature multimedia learning in science. It is no small matter that teachers value using technology, more specifically multimedia in teaching. But this... More

    pp. 151-167

  4. Instructional Media Choice: Factors Affecting the Preferences of Distance Education Coordinators

    Avner Caspi & Paul Gorsky, Open University of Israel, Israel

    This paper examines the impact of several variables on media choice among 51 distance education course coordinators at the Open University of Israel. Hypotheses were drawn from Media Richness... More

    pp. 169-198

  5. Effectiveness of Audio on Screen Captures in Software Application Instruction

    Susan Veronikas & Nancy Maushak, Texas Tech University, United States

    Presentation of software instruction has been supported by manuals and textbooks consisting of screen captures but a multimedia approach may increase learning outcomes. This paper investigates the ... More

    pp. 199-205