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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

2010 Volume 19, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Use of visual metaphors for navigation in educational hypermedia: Effects on the navigational performance

    Mehmet Firat, Anadolu University, Open Education Faculty, Department of Distance Education, Turkey; Isil Kabakçi, Anadolu University, Faculty of Education, Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies, Turkey

    The interactional feature of hypermedia that allows high-level student-control is considered as one of the most important advantages that hypermedia provides for learning and teaching. However,... More

    pp. 5-22

  2. A Supporting Framework of Online Technology Resources for Lesson Planning

    Wu He, Old Dominion University, United States; Kendall Hartley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    Lesson planning serves as a key means for ensuring the quality of instruction. In an effort to facilitate and improve the literature related to lesson planning, this paper proposes a framework... More

    pp. 23-37

  3. Power and Flow Experience in Time-Intensive Business Simulation Game

    Kristian Kiili, Tampere University of Technology, Finland; Timo Lainema, Turku School of Economics, Finland

    Power is an influential component of social interaction and there are reasons for thinking that it may have important effects both on decision-making and psychological and interpersonal processes. ... More

    pp. 39-57

  4. Self-regulated learning with hypermedia: Too much of a good thing?

    Daniel Moos, Gustavus Adolphus College, United States

    Think-aloud and self-report data from 99 undergraduates were used to consider whether extensive use of self-regulated learning (SRL) with hypermedia results in diminishing benefits. Participants... More

    pp. 59-77

  5. Improving Learning in Computer-based Instruction Through Question Type and Grouping Strategies

    Mary Niemczyk & Wilhemina Savenye, Arizona State University, United States

    This study investigated the comparative effects of adjunct questions, student self-generated questions, and note taking on learning from a multimedia database. High school students worked... More

    pp. 79-102

  6. Improving Learning in Computer-based Instruction Through Questioning and Grouping Strategies

    Mary Niemczyk & Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University, United States

    This study investigated the comparative effects of adjunct questions, student self-generated questions, and note taking on learning from a multimedia database. High school students worked... More

    pp. 79-102

  7. Multimedia learning: Are we still asking the wrong questions?

    Günter Daniel Rey, University Würzburg, Germany

    The article discusses problems that arise from comparing different kinds of presentation modes such as texts, pictures or animations with regard to learning outcome. These comparisons are... More

    pp. 103-120