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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

October 2014 Volume 23, Number 4

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Designing digital resources to effectively scaffold teachers’ learning

    Cory Callahan, University of Alabama, United States

    This article synthesizes findings from an on-going line of inquiry investigating the potential of educatively scaffolded digital resources to help teachers understand and implement a complex model ... More

    pp. 309-334

  2. Educational uses of transmedia storytelling

    José Luis Rodríguez-Illera & Núria Molas Castells, University of Barcelona, Spain

    The idea that different media can work in conjunction to transmit a story, understood as a distributed narrative, is a new one and has partly been developed as a result of the technological... More

    pp. 335-357

  3. Using Physiological Measures to Assess the Effects of Animated Pedagogical Agents on Multimedia Instruction

    Enilda Romero-Hall, The University of Tampa, United States; Ginger Watson, Old Dominion University, United States; Yiannis Papelis, Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center, United States

    To examine the visual attention, emotional responses, learning, perceptions and attitudes of learners interacting with an animated pedagogical agent, this study compared a multimedia learning... More

    pp. 359-384

  4. Are Educational Shows Teaching Our Children to Become Life-Long Learners?

    Jeremiah Sullins, Harding University, United States; Tiffany Howard, University of Mobile, United States; Kimberly Goza, Middle Tennessee State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate various textual characteristics of popular children television shows. More specifically, researchers examined both the quantity and quality of question ... More

    pp. 385-400

  5. Exploring Wind Power: Improving Mathematical Thinking through Digital Fabrication

    Daniel A. Tillman & Song A. An, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Jonathan D. Cohen & William Kjellstrom, The University of Virginia, United States; Rachel L. Boren, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States

    This mixed methods study examined the impacts of digital fabrication activities that were integrated into contextualized mathematics education. The study investigated the students’ mathematics... More

    pp. 401-421