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Hypermedia Learning Environments

Author : Piet A.M. Kommers
ISBN : 9781136488061
Genre : Education
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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.

Technology Enhanced Learning

Author : Nicolas Balacheff
ISBN : 9781402098277
Genre : Education
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Technology-enhanced learning is a timely topic, the importance of which is recognized by educational researchers, practitioners, software designers, and policy makers. This volume presents and discusses current trends and issues in technology-enhanced learning from a European research and development perspective. This multifaceted and multidisciplinary topic is considered from four different viewpoints, each of which constitutes a separate section in the book. The sections include general as well as domain-specific principles of learning that have been found to play a significant role in technology-enhanced environments, ways to shape the environment to optimize learners’ interactions and learning, and specific technologies used by the environment to empower learners. An additional section discusses the work presented in the preceding sections from a computer science perspective and an implementation perspective. This book comes out of the work in Kaleidoscope: a European Network of Excellence in which over 1,000 people from more than 90 institutes across Europe participate. Kaleidoscope brings together researchers from diverse disciplines and cultures, through their collaboration and sharing of scientific outcomes, they are helping move the field of technology-enhanced learning forward.

Instructional Design

Author : Bruce R. Ledford
ISBN : 9781607527138
Genre : Education
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The purpose of this book is to provide a superstructure within which one can design effective and efficient instruction, a system in which predictable and validatable learning will occur, a system in which one will be able to direct the learner’s activities toward a mutual goal in an environment of positive relationships. The purpose of this chapter is to provide an over view of the field of instructional technology, with specific focus on instructional design. The overview is eclectic; it presents views commonly held by instructional designers that have been synthesized from the research and literature. This book differs from most books on instructional design in that it describes a process that is internally consistent; that is, it embraces a specific approach which makes it possible and easier for the designer to achieve closure on a process. Most books on instructional design describe several processes without adequately providing an opportunity for closure. As a result, many designers go away confused, owning bits and pieces of a process that it is impossible, or at least difficult, to implement in a coherent fashion.

Theoretical Foundations Of Learning Environments

Author : David Jonassen
ISBN : 9781135670139
Genre : Education
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Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments describes the most contemporary psychological and pedagogical theories that are foundations for the conception and design of open-ended learning environments and new applications of educational technologies. In the past decade, the cognitive revolution of the 60s and 70s has been replaced or restructured by constructivism and its associated theories, including situated, sociocultural, ecological, everyday, and distributed conceptions of cognition. These theories represent a paradigm shift for educators and instructional designers, to a view of learning as necessarily more social, conversational, and constructive than traditional transmissive views of learning. Never in the history of education have so many different theories said the same things about the nature of learning and the means for supporting it. At the same time, although there is a remarkable amount of consonance among these theories, each also provides a distinct perspective on how learning and sense making occur. This book provides students, faculty, and instructional designers with a clear, concise introduction to these theories and their implications for the design of new learning environments for schools, universities, and corporations. It is well-suited as a required or supplementary text for courses in instructional design and theory, educational psychology, learning, theory, curriculum theory and design, and related areas.

Multimedia For Learning

Author : Stephen M. Alessi
ISBN : 0205276911
Genre : Education
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This book shows how to use computers in educational settings by combining learning theory and instructional strategies to help the reader design software for learning and instruction. The book has been extensively revised to include new approaches to multimedia instruction as well as updating established methods such as tutorials, drills, simulations, games, and computer-based tests. Constructivist and instructivist approaches are analyzed and presented. The book is not equipment or software specific. For people interested in Educational Multimedia.

Instructional And Cognitive Impacts Of Web Based Education

Author : Abbey, Beverly
ISBN : 1930708610
Genre : Education
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Educators are increasingly using web sites in place of traditional content media and instructional approaches such as texts and lectures. This new teaching philosophy has led to a myriad of questions concerning instructional design principles, learners' cognitive strategies, human-Internet interaction factors and instructional characteristics of Web media that transverse political, geographic, and national boundaries. Instructional and Cognitive Impacts of Web-Based Education is a compendium of materials by noted researchers and practitioners that addresses national and international issues and implications of Web-based instruction and learning, offering suggestions and guidelines for analyzing and evaluating Web sites from cognitive and instructional design perspectives.

Advances In Web Based Education

Author : George D. Magoulas
ISBN : 9781591406907
Genre : Education
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"This book provides coverage of a wide range of factors that influence the design, use and adoption of Personalized Learning Environments"--Provided by publisher.

Handbook Of Research On Instructional Systems And Technology

Author : Kidd, Terry T.
ISBN : 9781599048666
Genre : Computers
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"This book provides information on different styles of instructional design methodologies, tips, and strategies on how to use technology to facilitate active learning and techniques to help faculty and researchers develop online instructional and teaching materials. It enables libraries to provide a foundational reference for researchers, educators, administrators, and others in the context of instructional systems and technology"--Provided by publisher.

International Journal Of Continuing Engineering Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015047911667
Genre : Engineering
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Computers In Humanbehavior

Author : Robert D. Tennyson
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