Hypermedia Learning Environments

Instructional Design and Integration by Joanna Dunlap

Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Computer graphics software,
  • Curriculum planning & development,
  • Educational resources & technology,
  • Human-computer interaction,
  • Multimedia,
  • Instructional systems,
  • Computers & Technology,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Interactive multimedia,
  • Computers,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Hypertext systems,
  • Educational Software,
  • Design,
  • Education / Computers & Technology,
  • Interactive & Multimedia,
  • Computer-assisted instruction

Edition Notes

ContributionsPiet A.M. Kommers (Editor), Scott Grabinger (Editor), Joanna C. Dunlap (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7936768M
ISBN 100805818294
ISBN 109780805818291

  Multimedia Learning with Hypermedia_专业资料。 Hypermedia proponents suggest that its ability to make information available in a multitude of formats, provide individual control, engage the learner, and cater to various learning styles and needs makes it the harbinger of a new learning   Developing hypermedia learning environments and hypermedia learning are specific variants in a general framework of teaching and learning. Within this framework, the relation between internal and external control of learning is a central issue, because finding an optimum balance between the two sides is a delicate task (Reiser,   hypermedia environments and their learning style. 2. The degree of undergraduate students' reading comprehension in hypermedia environments is significantly higher for assimilators and lower for accommodators. 2. METHOD Subjects A total of Iranian EFL students were involved in the study. These students were third year English Basic. Appl. Sci. Res., 2(5), pdf. The evaluation used a variety of methods to address questions about learning and teaching with hypermedia and to guide the development of early versions of the system. Results illustrate that such environments offer potential for accelerating learning and for supporting new types of learning and teaching; that students and instructors must

Hui-Fang Shang, Exploring metacognitive strategies and hypermedia annotations on foreign language reading, Interactive Learning Environments, /, 25, 5, (   Adaptive Hypermedia Services, Learning Environments, Integration, e-Learning, Content Interworking, Data Model 1. INTRODUCTION In the current educational electronic landscape the most prevalent architecture for delivering content to a learner is via a Learning Environment. These environments (sometimes referred to Learner   about the use of multiple languages that converge in hypermedia environments and their importance to the teaching and learning process. THE E-BOOK DESIGN, EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY The book “Design, Education and Technology” in addition to the content in printed book format also features a digital format. Portugal () says that the Chapter 1. Understanding Hypermedia There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open. - Nehru Designing scalable, flexible implementations - Selection from Building Hypermedia APIs with HTML5 and Node [Book]

Restructuring Learning Through Student Hypermedia Design Julie Erickson to create better learning environments where stu­ one teacher purchased a book on Hypercard programming and taught himself and the other teacher. ; My role was as researcher, conducting interviews ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf. eLearn Magazine is a leading source of high-quality information on the uses of online learning and training strategies in a variety of contexts for K, higher education, and the corporate Magazine presents new technologies and approaches for creating, delivering, and supporting online instruction and workplace ://?aid= Multimedia environments suggest to us a new perception of the state of changes in and the integration of new technologies that can increase our ability to process information. Moreover, they are obliging us to change our idea of knowledge. These changes are reflected in the obvious  › Computer Science › Software Engineering. Exploring 3D Immersive and Interactive Technology for Designing Educational Learning Experiences, In F. M., Neto, R. de Souza, & A.S. Gome, (Eds.) Handbook of Research on 3-D Virtual Environments and Hypermedia for Ubiquitous Learning (pp. ). Hershey, PA: IGI ://

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In this paper, we present a model which inherits a number of characteristics from hypermedia and electronic Constructivist Learning Environments. Front Matter.

Pages PDF. Varied Levels of Support for Constructive Activity in Hypermedia-Based Learning Environments. Brockenbrough S. Allen, Robert P.

Hoffman. Pages The idea for this book grew out of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop held at the Catholic University at Leuven ?page=1. Abstract: This chapter focuses on the aspect of Authoring in Adaptive Hypermedia, from some of its different perspectives, including authoring for learning environments.

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Hypermedia learning environments: instructional design and integration. [Piet A M Kommers; R Scott Grabinger; Joanna C Dunlap;] -- In this text, media are viewed as delivery systems.

Intended for practitioners - people who teach about or develop multimedia and hypermedia applications - the goal is to help readers set up and Hypermedia and multimedia have penetrated the world of computer games, Internet, and CD-ROM based reference manuals.

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Kommers, Scott Grabinger, Joanna C. Dunlap L. Erlbaum Associates, T. de Jong, in International Encyclopedia of Education (Third Edition), Technology-Enhanced Inquiry-Learning Environments.

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Personalized Learning in Hypermedia Environments Costas Mourlas Dept of Communication and Media Studies, University of Athens Greece 1.

Introduction Distance learning (or eLearning) is considered one of the most rapidly evolving application areas of the Web that improves the traditional educational processes and methodologies of / 3D Virtual Learning Environments: An Avatar-Based Virtual Classes Platform: /ch Heated debates involving reforms in the educational system are becoming more and more frequent in recent years, mostly due to the increasingly evident HyWrite - Writing in Hypermedia eLearning Environments Johanna Bucur Integrated eLearning Campus (InteLeC), University of Passau D Passau, Germany [email protected] ABSTRACT The paper focuses on the practical reality of eLearning in Higher Education with special emphasis on media integration from the perspective of a spiral curriculum.[12] It presents an innovative model of media art   Abstract: Adaptivity is a particular functionality of hypermedia that may be applied through a variety of methods in computer-based learning environments used in educational settings, such as the flexible delivery of courses through Web-based instruction.

Adaptive link annotation is a specific adaptive hypermedia technology whose aim is to help ~plb/HT98_workshop/ Hypermedia definition: computer software and hardware that allows users to interact with text, graphics, sound, | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples This most unusual book results from the NATO Advanced Research Work­ shop, "Designing Hypertext/Hypermedia for Learning", held in Rottenburg am Neckar, FRO, from JulyThe idea for the workshop resulted from the burgeoning interest in hypertext combined with the frustrating lack  › Computer Science › Database Management & Information Retrieval.

Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia Vol. 12, No. 2 () pp. – A Review of Learner Disorientation in Hypermedia Learning Environments Muhammet Demirbilek, University of florida, United States. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference () pp.

– The book is an annotated collection of papers defining hypermedia in several contexts and discussing how to design the information structure, the user interface and the learning model.

Hypermedia development is compared with instructional design processes, and development assumptions and processes for different hypermedia environments are Abstract A number of features of web‐based hypermedia are identified as providing a suitable medium for the design of open learning environments.

The underlying object‐oriented architecture of hypermedia systems accords with the need for representational diversity of pedagogic mechanisms and the ongoing re‐construction that an evolutionary approach to the design of learning activity ://   The Impact of Control Belief and Learning Disorientation on Cognitive Load: The Mediating Effect of Academic Emotions in Two Types of Hypermedia Learning Environments Sunawan Department of Guidance and Counseling, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia   Abstract: This paper presents a summary of the results of several relatively large studies which attempted statistical analysis of audit trails created by learners accessing information in typical hypermedia or hypertext learning environments, and interpreted them in relation to learner characteristics and study tasks.

Significant differences in the information access strategy, amount of. As hypermedia is increasingly being used for instruction, metacognition arises as one of the areas for potentially improving its effectiveness. In hypermedia environments the learners direct their learning in order to achieve their learning goals.

This requires adequate monitoring strategies that many learners may not already possess and it also requires metacognitive skills. In order to   Guzdial, M., & Kehoe, C. (). Apprenticeship-based learning environments: A principled approach to providing software-realized scaffolding through hypermedia.

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