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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

July 2020 Volume 29, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Connecting Students to Mars and Stars using Innovative Technologies

    Rhonda Christensen & Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States

    Using innovative technologies to study Mars and the sun and other stars is one way to engage students in learning more about our solar system and how it impacts us on a daily basis. The focus of... More

    pp. 181-192

  2. Technical and Pedagogical Affordances of Video Annotation: A Literature Review

    Alessia Evi-Colombo & Alberto Cattaneo, SFIVET, Switzerland; Mireille Bétrancourt, University of Geneva, Switzerland

    In a context where video has become commonplace in formal and informal learning, video annotation tools, which enable users to annotate shared video content for private or collaborative use, have... More

    pp. 193-226

  3. Privacy Guide Epic Development – Time-Constrained Distributed Team Work in an Undergraduate Higher Education Course on Informatics and Society

    David Haselberger, University of Vienna, Austria; Thomas Spielhofer, Y Consulting, Austria

    This paper shows how a gamified agile process for distributed teamwork can be used for teaching purposes. It reflects the learnings from using a time-constrained work environment – the epic bedtime... More

    pp. 227-245

  4. Activate the stimuli receptors: Reducing cognitive overload by analyzing the impact of multimedia elements

    Gordon Matthew & Koos De Villiers, North-West University, South Africa

    In recent years, a large number of learning management sites (LMs) have emerged in the higher education sector, but these systems are generally not well-maintained. Most of the time the burden... More

    pp. 247-264

  5. Investigating how multimedia and modality design principles influence student learning performance, satisfaction, mental effort, and visual attention

    Jiawen Zhu, Kara Dawson, Albert Ritzhaupt & Pavlo (Pasha) Antonenko, School of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, University of Florida, United States

    This study investigated the effects of multimedia and modality design principles using a learning intervention about Australia with a sample of college students and employing measures of learning... More

    pp. 265-284