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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

April 2012 Volume 21, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Multimedia design principles in the psychomotor domain: The effect of multimedia and spatial contiguity on students’ learning of Basic Life Support with task cards

    Iserbyt Peter, Liesbet Mols, Jan Elen & Daniel Behets, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

    This study adds to the literature by introducing multimedia research in the psychomotor area. In this study, 87 freshman students in pedagogy used task cards to learn Basic Life Support (BLS), a... More

    pp. 111-125

  2. Multimedia Use in Higher Education in the UAE: A Cognitive Load Theory Perspective

    Jase Moussa-Inaty & Fida Atallah, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates

    The study investigates the use of different multimedia instructional design formats on learning. Undergraduate students from the College of Education at a public university in the United Arab... More

    pp. 127-142

  3. Promoting lifelong learning in a multimedia-based learning environment: A Malaysian experience

    Tse-Kian Neo & Mai Neo, Multimedia University, Malaysia; Wai-Jing Kwok, Jeen Yu Tan, Lai Chen-Haw & Zarina Che Embi, Multimedia University, Malaysia

    Many studies have indicated that by having students work in groups and participate in project-based activities provide a more active approach to their learning process. With the increased emphasis ... More

    pp. 143-164

  4. Blogging Across the Curriculum: An action research project

    Andrea Nichols, Full Sail University, United States

    Blogging across the curriculum: Integrating blogging in the elementary classroom is an Action Research Project that sought to explore the level of engagement in the writing process by students in... More

    pp. 165-174

  5. Virtual Mentoring: Developing Global Leaders for Life

    Matthew Ohlson, University of Florida and the Florida Virtual School, United States; Russell Froman, University of Florida, United States

    CAMP (Collegiate Achievement Mentoring Program) Gator is a leadership-mentoring program in which collegiate student leaders serve as mentors to at-risk K-12 students. In addition, partnerships with... More

    pp. 175-185

  6. The added value of advice when learners can control their tool use.

    Mieke Vandewaetere, University of Leuven - KULAK, Belgium

    Providing learners with control over their learning does not always result in improved learning. For instance, research on tool-use in computer-based learning environments has demonstrated that... More

    pp. 187-209