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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2002 Volume 11, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Assessing Complex Problem-Solving Skills and Knowledge Assembly Using Web-Based Hypermedia Design

    Nada Dabbagh, George Mason University, United States

    This research project studied the effects of hierarchical versus heterarchical hypermedia structures of web-based case representations on complex problem-solving skills and knowledge assembly in... More

    pp. 291-322

  2. Knowledge Construction and Technology

    Begoña Gros, University of Barcelona, Spain

    The main goal of this article is to offer a current analysis of the research about the design of virtual environments of learning from a constructivist approach. The great proliferation of... More

    pp. 323-343

  3. Collaborative Concept Mapping in a Web-Based Learning Environment: A Pedagogic Experience in Architectural Education

    Leandro Madrazo & Jordi Vidal, Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain

    This article describes a pedagogic work, carried out within a School of Architecture, using a web-based learning environment to support collaborative understanding of texts on architectural ... More

    pp. 345-362

  4. An Environment for the Annotation of Multimedia Material by Younger Children

    Christos Bouras, Afrodite Sevasti & Apostolos Gkamas, Research Academic Computer Technology Institute and University of Patras, Greece

    The exceptional advent of interactive multimedia applications has led to the need for their exploitation for educational purposes. In this article, the design and implementation of a multimedia ... More

    pp. 363-385

  5. An Evaluation of the Learnability of the Justice Bao Button-Less Interface

    Ching Sing Chai, National Institute of Education, Singapore; Der-Thang Chen, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    The learnability of a software user interface is an important aspect of software design. This study evaluates the learnability of an instructional game entitled Justice Bao. It attests issues... More

    pp. 387-402

  6. Understanding Consumer Navigation Behaviour

    Anshu Saxena, D.P. Kothari, Amulya Khurana & Sudhir Jain, Indian Institute of Technology, India

    This article sets the scene for interface design by first placing the human computer interface within the context of human factors, software engineering, and related subjects, and then examining... More

    pp. 403-417