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Educational Technology Research and Development

February 2008 Volume 56, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Design Framework for Educational Hypermedia Systems: Theory, Research, and Learning Emerging Scientific Conceptual Perspectives

    Michael J. Jacobson

    This paper focuses on theory and research issues associated with the use of hypermedia technologies in education. It is proposed that viewing hypermedia technologies as an enabling infrastructure... More

    pp. 5-28

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  2. Hypermedia Design as Learner Scaffolding

    Amy M. Shapiro

    A number of available resources offer guidance about hypermedia design strategies, many of which rely on principles of user-centered design. Many recent efforts, however, have focused more on... More

    pp. 29-44

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  3. Why Is Externally-Facilitated Regulated Learning More Effective than Self-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia?

    Roger Azevedo, Daniel C. Moos, Jeffrey A. Greene, Fielding I. Winters & Jennifer G. Cromley

    We examined how self-regulated learning (SRL) and externally-facilitated self-regulated learning (ERL) differentially affected adolescents' learning about the circulatory system while using... More

    pp. 45-72

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  4. Information Comparisons in Example-Based Hypermedia Environments: Supporting Learners with Processing Prompts and an Interactive Comparison Tool

    Peter Gerjets, Katharina Scheiter & Julia Schuh

    Global comparisons of learning from hypertext/hypermedia and traditional presentation formats like text have yet failed to show major advantages concerning the effectiveness of hypermedia learning.... More

    pp. 73-92

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