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Hypermedia Learning Environments: Instructional Design and Integration

Piet A. M. Kommers Scott Grabinger Joanna C. Dunlap Joanna C. Dunlap (University of Colorado, Denver, USA)

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Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
01 October 1996
Curriculum planning & development; Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL); Graphical & digital media applications; Human-computer interaction
Hypermedia and multimedia have penetrated the world of computer games, Internet, and CD-ROM based reference manuals. However, the fields of education, schooling, and training ask more specific benefits from them. This book provides practical approaches to transform these media into learning tools. Crucial helping steps include the migration from expository to exploratory learning strategies, the integration of collaborative learning practices in plenary and individualistic teaching styles, and the evolution from test-driven to experience-oriented training.

This volume has three goals: * to discuss the concepts of hypermedia, multimedia, and hypertext and review pertinent research lines; * to provide guidelines and suggestions for developing multimedia applications; and * to place technology within a broader context of education and training through a discussion of rich environments for active learning (REALs).

The book takes a developmental focus to helpf readers set up and manage the process of developing a multimedia application. It is not a technical or a how-to manual on working with video, sound, digitized graphics, or computer code. The text takes a unique approach to the idea of media-- viewing media as delivery systems: if video is called for, use it; if sound will help in an application, use it. The fundamental guidelines presented here are usually not media specific. Media works only within the strategies with which they are used.

Aimed at practitioners--people who teach about or develop multimedia and hypermedia applications--this volume carefully examines the main components and issues in developing applications. It provides suggestions and heuristics for sound, fundamental design processes.
Edited by:   Piet A. M. Kommers, Scott Grabinger, Joanna C. Dunlap, Joanna C. Dunlap (University of Colorado, Denver, USA)
Imprint:   Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 216mm,  Spine: 24mm
Weight:   680g
ISBN:   9780805818284
ISBN 10:   0805818286
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   01 October 1996
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Further / Higher Education ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Contents: Preface. Part I: Hypermedia and Multimedia Concepts. P.A.M. Kommers, Definitions. P.A.M. Kommers, Multimedia Environments. P.A.M. Kommers, Research on the Use of Hypermedia. Part II: Developing Hypermedia and Multimedia Applications. J.C. Dunlap, S. Grabinger, Nodes and Organization. S. Grabinger, J.C. Dunlap, Links. R. Marra, Human-Computer Interface Design. S. Grabinger, Screen Design. J.C. Dunlap, User Support Strategies. R. Marra, Evolution and Maintenance. M. Tessmer, Formative Evaluation. Part III: Rich Environments For Active Learning. S. Grabinger, J.C. Dunlap, Encourage Student Responsibility. J.C. Dunlap, S. Grabinger, Make Learning Meaningful. J.C. Dunlap, S. Grabinger, Active Knowledge Construction. T.A. Cyr, Learner Assessment. Index.

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