The Design of Hypermedia Tools for Learning: Fostering Conceptual Change and Transfer of Complex Scientific Knowledge
Journal of the Learning Sciences Volume 9, Number 2, ISSN 1050-8406
Explains that hypermedia tools may be developed for case and problem-centered learning in order to achieve significant learning outcomes, such as deep conceptual understanding, conceptual change, and knowledge transfer. (Author/CCM)
Jacobson, M.J. & Archodidou, A. (2000). The Design of Hypermedia Tools for Learning: Fostering Conceptual Change and Transfer of Complex Scientific Knowledge. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 9(2), 145.
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