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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

January 2019 Volume 28, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. New Computers in Schools in Developing African Countries: A Conceptualization of the Neglected Considerations

    Benjamin Teye Kojo Boison, Margaret Warner School of Education and Human Development, University of Rochester, United States

    Basic and secondary schools in developing African countries such as Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya are gradually being equipped with computers to facilitate teaching and learning It has however been... More

    pp. 5-20

  2. Towards the Design of a Digital Fluency Course – An Exploratory Study

    Sharon Bratt & Liam Hodgins, Grant Macewan University, Canada

    The purpose of this study was to assess the efficacy of the design of a first year introduction to digital fluency course primarily for a library and information technology cohort at a Canadian... More

    pp. 21-38

  3. Students with Disabilities: Mobile Device Ownership, Usage, and Perspectives

    Linda Chmiliar & Carrie Anton, Athabasca University, Canada

    The world has seen growth in the availability of mobile devices, and the use of these devices is gradually being implemented in the post-secondary environment Unfortunately, although there is a... More

    pp. 39-55

  4. Developing and Modeling Pedagogy with Interactive Video

    Ann Musgrove, Jillian Powers, Alyssa Gonzalez-DeHass & Patricia Willems, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    Interactive video has become a versatile, easy to use instructional tool that can help teacher educators engage students in active learning, conduct formative assessments and model pedagogical... More

    pp. 57-73

  5. Change Blindness in Multimedia Learning Environment

    Duygu Mutlu-Bayraktar, Istanbul University, Turkey

    This study investigates the change blindness that may occur in multimedia learning environments. For this purpose, a multimedia animation which had some changes was designed. The eye movements were... More

    pp. 75-97

  6. Designing an Interactive Student Orientation to Build Social Connectedness

    Suriya Thongsawat & Gayle Davidson-Shivers, University of South Alabama, United States; Bhudnumphueng Chatphoomiphong, Assumption University of Thailand, Thailand

    A new student orientation is arranged to assist students in their adjustment to college. To do so, it is essential for the program to provide students an opportunity to connect to other students,... More

    pp. 99-112