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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

July 2008 Volume 17, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Basic sequence analysis techniques for use with audit trail data

    Terry Judd & Gregor Kennedy, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    Audit trail analysis can provide valuable insights to researchers and evaluators interested in comparing and contrasting designers' expectations of use and students' actual patterns of use of... More

    pp. 285-306

  2. Adaptive versus Learner Control in a Multiple Intelligence Learning Environment

    Declan Kelly, National College of Ireland, Ireland

    Abstract: Within the field of technology enhanced learning, adaptive educational systems offer an advanced form of learning environment that attempts to meet the needs of different students. Such... More

    pp. 307-336

  3. Investigation of Technology Integrated Instruction in Art Education: A Case Study of Exploring Learning Achievement

    Szu Hsin Lee, Leader University, Taiwan; Hui Ching Tseng, Kun Shan University, Taiwan

    In today's studies of how computer technologies are used in college art lessons, limited examples are focused on both digital instructional technology design and learning achievement. This study... More

    pp. 337-361

  4. Scaffolding Learning through Multimedia Development

    Yi-Mei Lin, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan; Karen Swan & Annette Kratcoski, Kent State University, United States

    This paper reports on a third grade class's use of technology during a science unit on forces and motion. The investigation documents the unique ways in which children can construct knowledge and... More

    pp. 363-385

  5. The Effects of Implementing Web Accessibility Standards on the Success of Secondary Adolescents

    Christine Opitz Savi & Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University, United States; Cynthia Rowland, Utah State University, United States

    Web accessibility has become a paramount concern in providing equal access to audiences of all abilities. Unless web accessibility is supported and employed, the internet does not deliver worldwide... More

    pp. 387-411

  6. Development and evaluation of a multimedia-enhanced STD/HIV curriculum for middle schools

    Richard Goldsworthy & Nancy Schwartz, The Academic Edge, Inc., United States

    STD infection among adolescents is a significant public health concern. Surveys indicate that parents believe STD and HIV/AIDS are appropriate topics for middle school and high school students;... More

    pp. 413-444