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International Journal of Instructional Media

2000 Volume 27, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. "Concept to Classroom": Web-based Workshops for Teachers

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    Describes "Concept to Classroom", a series of free, online workshops developed by channel Thirteen/WNET New York and Disney Learning Partnerships to help teachers explore issues in education... More

    pp. 129-32

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  2. The National Educational Technology Standards (NETS): A Review of Definitions, Implications, and Strategies for Integrating NETS into K-12 Curriculum

    M D. Roblyer

    Provides a historical and current context for National Education Technology Standards (NETS) that were developed for elementary and secondary education, describes their implications for priorities ... More

    pp. 133-46

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  3. Self-Regulatory Behavior Influences in Distance Learning

    Frederick B. King, Michael Harner & Scott W. Brown

    This study measured college student perceptions concerning the effect of technology and student self-regulatory skills in two distance education courses. Analysis of data focused on the attributes ... More

    pp. 147-55

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  4. Using Computer-Mediated Communications To Enhance Instructional Design Classes: A Case Study

    Thomas A. Brush & Lorna Uden

    Describes a case study involving the implementation of computer-mediated communications via the Internet linking two university instructional design classes in two different countries. Includes... More

    pp. 157-64

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  5. Navigation Maps in Hierarchical-Structured Hypertext Courseware

    Chien Chou, Hua Lin & Chuen-Tsai Sun

    Describes a study of college freshmen that investigated the effects of navigation maps on search performance, browsing behavior, and cognitive map development within hierarchical-structured... More

    pp. 165-82

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  6. Sensory Mode and "Information Load": Examining the Effects of Timing on Multisensory Processing

    Drew Tiene

    Discussion of the development of instructional multimedia materials focuses on a study of undergraduates that examined how the use of visual icons affected learning, differences in the... More

    pp. 183-98

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  7. Influence of Audio-Visual Presentations on Learning Abstract Concepts

    Shu-Ling Lai

    Describes a study of college students that investigated whether various types of visual illustrations influenced abstract concept learning when combined with audio instruction. Discusses results of... More

    pp. 199-206

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