Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

Journal covering the technologies of multimedia/hypermedia for learning.

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 4, Winter

A Framework for the Specification of the Semantics and the Dynamics of Instructional Applications
An instructional application consists of a set of resources and activities to implement interacting, interrelated, and structured experiences oriented towards achieving specific educational objectives. The development of computer-based instructional...
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in an Elementary School: Students' Engagement in Higher Order Thinking
Based on a case study of an elementary school in Singapore, this article describes and analyzes how different types of ICT tools (informative, situating, constructive, and communicative tools) are used to engage students in higher-order thinking. The...
MTeach: A Simple Production Framework for Context-Based Educational Hypermedia
In this article we present the main results obtained through our experience in designing and implementing MTeach, our authoring framework for didactic hypermedia production. MTeach is based on a methodology supported by a language and a compiler, and...
Teaching Writing Strategies through Multimedia Authorship (1)
This study investigates the possibility that multimedia authorship may help students become more proficient writers. Four classes of 8th-grade students in an urban setting participated in the study, which took place over seven successive class periods....
The Design of Computerized Practice Fields for Problem Solving and Contextualized Transfer
Current theories of learning emphasize the importance of learner-centered, active, authentic, environments for meaningful knowledge construction. From this perspective, computerized case-based learning systems afford practice fields for learners to...
The Effects of Situation-Outcome-Expectancies and of ARCS-Strategies on Self-Regulated Learning with Web-Lectures
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a prototype of a motivationally designed web-lecture-based learning environment on motivation and learning. The foundation for motivational design was provided by the Attention, Relevance, Confidence,...
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