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  1. The Role of Hypermedia in Education: A Look at the Research Issues

    Rachelle S. Heller

    Journal of Research on Computing in Education Vol. 22, No. 4 (1990) pp. 431–41

    Reviews current literature in the fields of computer science and education that is related to the structure and use of hypermedia; discusses discovery and incidental learning; examines the nature... More

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  2. Learning styles and attitude toward hypermedia

    Charles Andrews Schlosser, Iowa State University, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–131

    This study examined learning style and attitude toward hypermedia among sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students working with the hypermedia program Loess Hills Interactive. Three hundred fifteen ... More

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  3. Integrating hypermedia into the environmental education setting: Developing a program and evaluating its effect

    Tehri Davenport Parker, University of Minnesota, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–213

    This study designed, implemented, and evaluated an environmental education hypermedia program for use in a residential environmental education facility. The purpose of the study was to ascertain... More

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  4. HyperMeasure: A case-based hypermedia measurement teaching tool

    Jeffrey Kenneth Horvath, The University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–120

    Recently, there has been much optimism about the promise of hypermedia in case-based teacher education programs. Despite such optimism, however, there has been little evidence of how people learn... More

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  5. The Impact Of Multimedia and Redundancy on the Efficiency of History Presentations

    Adam Leach, Liberty University, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–100

    The use of educational technology to create classroom presentations is already commonplace in American history classes. Therefore, this study focuses on how multimedia presentations can promote... More

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  6. The effectiveness of multimedia technology aids in transferring business knowledge

    Pengtao Li, University of Kentucky, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–109

    In a knowledge economy, corporations find it very important to have an educated workforce. To meet this demand, a primary goal of higher education is to effectively transfer knowledge to students. ... More

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  7. Upper Clark Fork River Basin multimedia CD-ROM—an interactive elementary education module

    Daniel Cornell, Montana Tech of The University of Montana, United States

    Upper Clark Fork River Basin multimedia CD-ROM—an interactive elementary education module (2001) pp. 1–46

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  8. The use of multimedia math lesson to establish a learning community

    Joanne Blenis, State University of New York Institute of Technology, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–54

    This case study illustrates the process by which one school district will implement multimedia lessons in the math classroom to establish a learning community. Key employees of the district were... More

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  9. On going hyper: An English professor's introduction to hypermedia and the World Wide Web

    Susan Carol Hines, Georgia State University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–238

    The purpose of On Going Hyper: An English Professor's Introduction to Hypermedia and the Wide Web provide English language, composition and literature professionals with a critical history and... More

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  10. Formative studies of a multimedia approach to teacher professional development

    Gabriela Magana Banks, Stanford University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–236

    This dissertation studies how interactive multimedia technology featuring accomplished computer-using teachers can be used to help other teachers learn more about using multimedia composition tools... More

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  11. Selective filtering for customized hypermedia documents

    Haitian Yan, Queen's University , Canada

    (1998) pp. 1–71

    Nowadays, the development of hypermedia technology creates a number of new and exciting opportunities for teaching and learning at universities. Research on hypermedia-based education includes... More

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  12. Correlations between teacher characteristics and teacher attitudes toward multimedia development among teachers utilizing the multimedia authoring program, HyperStudio

    Dorothy Sammons, Idaho State University, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–233

    This study seeks to determine if there are characteristics among teachers that might predispose them to adopt or to avoid the integration of self-authored multimedia programs, such as HyperStudio, ... More

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  13. Assessment of student learning with hypermedia tools in first-year college chemistry

    Neil Martin Skov, University of Michigan, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–217

    Learning chemistry is difficult for some students. In response to this difficulty, many educators argue that hypermedia technology can promote learning of abstract chemistry concepts. This research... More

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  14. A comparison of video to multimedia CD-ROM in health education among elementary school students

    Karen Curry Peck, Utah State University, United States

    (2000) pp. 1–94

    The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the use of multiple forms of media in instruction increases the retention of health education material, particularly nutrition information, in... More

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  15. Hypermedia construction in an elementary school: A case study

    Vickie Lorraine Derksen, University of Calgary , Canada

    (2003) pp. 1–172

    The research findings from this school-based case study of 123 elementary students and 11 staff members support the view that hypermedia/multimedia construction by students promotes meaningful... More

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  16. Using multimedia as a tool in administrative decision-making: A teaching case designed to foster collaborative management strategies

    Andrew Everett DeFeo, Teachers College, Columbia University, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–193

    The purpose of this study was to examine multimedia communications as a tool in developing common understandings of the issues currently under study by shared decision-making teams. A secondary... More

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  17. Children's literacy perceptions as they authored with hypermedia

    Sandra Kay Goetze, The University of Oklahoma, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–178

    This study explored children's literacy perceptions as they authored with hypermedia within the context of classroom literacy lessons. The children authored two hypermedia projects and linked these... More

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  18. Analysis of student perception of the effect of multimedia course delivery on motivation in a college classroom

    Nancy Lynn Orchid Cammack, Lamar University - Beaumont, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–91

    Information technology has provided educators with alternatives in delivery of course material. Lectures are being replaced with computer-based tutorials and the chalkboard is taking the form of... More

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  19. The Qualities of Hypermedia and Digital Media Learning: Implications for Adult Visual Art Education

    Casey R. Goldman, Corcoran College of Art + Design, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–176

    The digital age that we live in enables art educators to readily integrate technology for learning. An exploration of hypermedia as a direct or indirect enhancement for adult, visual art education ... More

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  20. Composing collaborative fiction with a hypermedia authoring tool: A qualitative study of sixth-grade students as they negotiated a new writing space

    Brien James Dick, Purdue University, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–167

    This study attempted to understand the dynamic processes of students using hypermedia for written composition from a sociocognitive perspective. The research was guided by three questions; (1) Do... More

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