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  1. Viewing Hypermedia through the Prism of Evaluation

    Candice W. Gleim & Francis A. Harvey


    This paper seeks to establish evaluation as an important concern in hypermedia research and development, and presents a review of current hypermedia evaluation research with a prescriptive focus.... More

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  2. Instructional Applications of Hypermedia: Functional Features, Limitations, and Research Issues

    Ok-choon Park

    Computers in Human Behavior Vol. 8, No. 2 (1992) pp. 259–72

    Defines hypermedia and describes the structure and functional requirements of a hypermedia program. Potentials of hypermedia for instructional delivery, idea generation and organization, file... More

    pp. 259-72

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  3. Distributed Multimedia Computing: An Assessment of the State of the Art

    Neil Williams

    Information Services & Use Vol. 11, No. 5 (1991) pp. 265–81

    Describes multimedia computing and the characteristics of multimedia information. Trends in information technology are reviewed; distributed multimedia computing is explained; media types are... More

    pp. 265-81

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  4. The Design of a Hypermedia-Based Creativity Facilitation Program

    Chen-Hua Chung

    Journal of Creative Behavior Vol. 26, No. 1 (1992) pp. 10–20

    This paper proposes the use of hypermedia as a design framework for creativity facilitation programs. It includes an overview of the major schools of thought in creativity, a review of fundamental ... More

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  5. Citations in Hypermedia: Maintaining Critical Links

    Corinne Jorgensen & Peter Jorgensen

    College & Research Libraries Vol. 52, No. 6 (1991) pp. 528–36

    Discussion of accurate citations for referenced works in scholarly writing focuses on issues involved in maintaining authorship links in hypermedia. Current hypermedia systems are described;... More

    pp. 528-36

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  6. Authoring and Evaluation of Hypermedia for Education

    G A. Hutchings

    Computers & Education Vol. 18, No. 1 (1992) pp. 171–77

    Discusses the instructional effectiveness of using hypermedia as a form of computer-assisted learning (CAL). Methods needed for authoring large hypermedia documents are considered; and criteria for... More

    pp. 171-77

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  7. Microsoft's Windows with Multimedia Extensions: Standards, Simplicity and Success in Multimedia

    Patrick Ford

    CD-ROM Professional Vol. 5, No. 3 (1992) pp. 53–55

    Describes Microsoft's Windows with Multimedia Extensions Software for the IBM PC. Topics addressed include hardware and software requirements, enhancements to the standard Windows environment,... More

    pp. 53-55

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  8. The Past, Present and Future of the Compact Disc, Multimedia and the Industry: An Interview with Sony's Dr. Toshi Doi

    Nancy Herther

    CD-ROM Professional Vol. 5, No. 4 (1992) pp. 17–21

    This interview with Dr. Toshi Doi, director of the Sony Corporation, covers his work at Sony, the multimedia industry, industry cooperation, Sony compact disc products and formats, multimedia... More

    pp. 17-21

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  9. Looking into the 90s: Multimedia Extension Programs

    Edward G. Pultorak


    Arguing that, with the advancement of new technologies, multimedia extension programs (or telecourses) can now provide two-way audio and video interaction to homebound students and to students in... More

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  10. Teaching with Interactive Multimedia

    Tim Hudson


    Based on the idea that anyone who is interested in making entertaining and informative presentations in educational settings is interested in multimedia, this practical guide offers tips for... More

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  11. Hypermedia for Classroom Use: A Complement to Use in the Laboratory

    Motoko Y. Lee & Charles S. Oulman

    Teaching Sociology Vol. 19, No. 4 (1991) pp. 510–13

    Recommends the classroom use of hypermedia. Observes that hypermedia allow instructors to interrupt lessons for critical evaluation, discussion, and prompt correction of mistakes. Suggests that... More

    pp. 510-13

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  12. An Exploration and Analysis of the Relationships among Object Oriented Programming, Hypermedia, and Hypertalk

    Lynn K. Milet & Francis A. Harvey


    Hypermedia and object oriented programming systems (OOPs) represent examples of "open" computer environments that allow the user access to parts of the code or operating system. Both systems share ... More

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  13. Using Hypermedia to Develop and Deliver Assessment or Intervention Services

    E William Clymer

    Topics in Language Disorders Vol. 11, No. 2 (1991) pp. 50–64

    The importance of sound instructional design and planning is stressed in this article on the application of hypermedia to intervention with language handicapped children. Hypermedia is defined, its... More

    pp. 50-64

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  14. Research on Hypermedia Browsers and Suggestions for Future Research

    William B. Story & Francis A. Harvey


    Browsing tools have been developed to help users make effective use of the large amounts of information in hypermedia applications, aiding the user both in orientation (Where am I in the collection... More

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  15. Interactive Multimedia in Video Production Education

    Timothy J. Hudson


    Teachers of telecommunications, broadcasting, and especially video and film production, are best able to lead the development of computer interactive multimedia instruction. Interactive instruction... More

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  16. Making Knowledge Meaningful: Applications of Hypermedia

    Ted S. Hasselbring

    Journal of Special Education Technology Vol. 10, No. 2 (1989) pp. 61–72

    The article describes the new development in technology called "hypermedia." Discussed are the historical roots of hypermedia as well as a theoretical rationale for why hypermedia can be a powerful... More

    pp. 61-72

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  17. Hypermedia (Multimedia)

    Elizabeth Byrom

    Teaching Exceptional Children Vol. 22, No. 4 (1990) pp. 47–48

    Hypermedia allows students to follow associative links among elements of nonsequential information, by combining information from multiple sources into one microcomputer-controlled system.... More

    pp. 47-48

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  18. Supporting Collaboration in Hypermedia: Issues and Experiences

    Peggy M. Irish & Randall H. Trigg

    Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 40, No. 3 (1989) pp. 192–99

    Discusses hypermedia as an appropriate medium for supporting collaborative work and describes hypermedia systems in general and NoteCards in particular. Experiences of collaborators working with... More

    pp. 192-99

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  19. Elaborated Resources: An Instructional Design Strategy for Hypermedia

    Randall H. Rezabek & Tillman J. Ragan


    The concept of hypertext was introduced by Ted Nelson in 1965, but only recently has the widely available technology caught up with the idea. The new generation of microcomputers featuring large... More

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  20. Hypertext and Hypermedia: Discovering and Creating Meaningful Learning Environments

    Jay S. Blanchard & Claire J. Rottenberg

    Reading Teacher Vol. 43, No. 9 (1990) pp. 656–61

    Introduces teachers to hypertext and hypermedia, two innovations which offer students an opportunity to create their own meaningful learning environments. (MG) More

    pp. 656-61

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