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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

October 2007 Volume 16, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Middle School Hypermedia Composition: A Qualitative Case Study

    Abigail Garthwait, University of Maine, United States

    During a six-month naturalistic study, the author conducted an ethnographic examination of a seventh grade hypermedia unit. Beginning with the global question, "In what ways are computers used to... More

    pp. 357-375

  2. Living Books: The incidental bonus of playing with multimedia

    Yoram Eshet & Eran Chajut, The Open University of Israel, Israel

    The story-telling multimedia Living Book is one of the most common edutainment genres, in which children hear and play with interactive and animated stories, in a highly-engaging multimedia... More

    pp. 377-388

  3. A Theoretical Model of Children’s Storytelling using Physically-Oriented Technologies (SPOT)

    Mona Leigh Guha, Allison Druin, Jaime Montemayor, Gene Chipman & Allison Farber, University of Maryland HCIL, United States

    This paper develops a model of children's storytelling using Physically-Oriented Technology (SPOT). The SPOT model draws upon literature regarding current physical storytelling technologies and was... More

    pp. 389-410

  4. Outdoor education support system with location awareness using RFID and symbology tags

    Noritaka Osawa, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan; Katsuji Noda, Satoru Tsukagoshi, Yutaka Noma & Akikazu Ando, Chiba University, Japan; Tomoharu Shibuya & Kimio Kondo, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2005 ** A support system for outdoor learning using exploratory observation was developed. The system uses radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and two-... More

    pp. 411-428

  5. Effect of visual representation of the conceptual structure of the domain on science learning and navigation in a hypertext environment

    Sadhana Puntambekar, University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States; Jessica Goldstein, University of Connecticut, United States

    With the proliferation of technology, electronic texts in the form of hypertext and hypermedia systems as well as digital libraries are increasingly being used in scientific inquiry. Digital or... More

    pp. 429-459