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Web-based hypermedia courseware in higher education

Elissavet Georgiadou

Web-based hypermedia courseware in higher education

a proposed framework

by Elissavet Georgiadou

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Published by De Montfort University in Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D) - De Montfort University, Leicester 1998.

StatementE. Georgiadou.
ContributionsDe Montfort University.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17864686M

Web-based Hypermedia Courseware Glossary; Term: Browser; Meaning: A browser or Web browser is a software application that provides a window on the Web and the Internet more generally. Netscape Navigator, NCSA Mosaic, and Internet Explorer are some of the more popular Web browsers. Web browsers access, download, display and more generally manage interactions with World Wide Web . The Digital University contains a range of material, from research-oriented chapters through to the experiences of senior university management in attempting to make their institutions as efficient as they need to be to survive in the 21st century.

Web-based Hypermedia Courseware Development Instructional Hypermedia: Why Learn HTML? HTML: Commanding vs. Navigating the Web. The HyperText Markup Language is one of the most important and influential languages in the world. HTML is the primary language of the World-Wide specifies the structure of Web you connect to a Web site, one or more HTML . The aim of this research is to develop a multimedia courseware namely ‘Komputer Saya’ consists of learning theme of multimedia, as referring to Special Education Syllabus for Learning Disabled. This paper discusses on the courseware evaluation design and the quantitative results for the parts of usability and courseware content by: 3.

  Reviews and Testimonials. In Advances in Web-Based Education, a wide and international range of experts have contributed chapters which allow the reader to develop a comprehensive understanding of the challenges involved in introducing personalization technologies into web-based book presents the state of the art in the personalized and adaptive e . Tools for monitoring and analysing the use of hypermedia courseware.- Hypermedia and pre-service teacher education: some possibilities in analogy with didactics.- Design considerations in hypermedia tutorials.- Hyperconstruction: a new way to develop, to teach, and to learn.- Hypermedia and science education - the case of chemistry


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Web-based hypermedia courseware in higher education by Elissavet Georgiadou Download PDF EPUB FB2

The current research recommends that a precondition for effective Web-based courseware design in higher education is careful consideration of the traditional body of knowledge in the field of. The Design of Web-Based Hypermedia Courseware in Higher Education Elisabeth Georgiadou (Funded by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation) and Nick Higgett School of Design and Manufacture, De.

This paper is concerned with the research, development and evaluation of two Web-based hypermedia courseware applications in higher education and presents some overall conclusions. The evaluation results indicated that the Web can support effectively the delivery of HE modules and can provide a valuable learning experience.

The Design of Web-Based Hypermedia Courseware in Higher Education. Abstract. This thesis is concerned with hypermedia and learning, and in particular with the design and development factors that need to be considered for the creation of hypermed.

Abstract This paper is concerned with the research, development and evaluation of two Web-based hypermedia courseware applications in higher education and presents some overall conclusions.

The evaluation results indicated that the Web can support effectively the delivery of HE modules and can provide a valuable learning experienceAuthor: Nick Higgett. Fabio Vitali, University of Bologna 'The strength of this book is its breadth - it covers many of the issues in hypermedia with examples from the technical to the managerial.

Students could use these as starting points when designing or evaluating hypermedia systems.'Cited by: Introduction. This book is based on the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Structures of Com­ munication and Intelligent Help for Hypermedia Courseware, which was held at Espinho, Portugal, AprilThe texts included here should not be regarded as untouched proceedings of this meeting, but as the result of the reflections which took place there and which led the authors to revise their.

Hypermedia Modules for Distance Education and Beyond: /ch The rapid evolution of digital, networked multimedia technology such as the Internet, e-mail, and computer based and video conferencing can open newAuthor: Nicoletta Sala.

Due to these problems, a new generation of hypermedia systems is emerging, from the following premises. a) An educational system has to supervise and evaluate the student learning, avoiding the. This thesis is concerned with hypermedia and learning, and in particular with the design and development factors that need to be considered for the creation of hypermediabased courseware in higher education that uses the Web as a delivery platform.

The recent popularity and potential of hypermedia authoring shells are increasingly generating high-profile developments of hypermedia courseware in higher education. However, whilst such projects are currently widely encouraged, very little help in the form of design and technical support is being made available to individual authors with little or no design by: this paper are attempting to provide an evaluation instrument for hypermedia courseware based on an evaluation framework, that can also address teachers with no particular knowledge on instructional technology, as a structured way of assisting them to initially assess a new piece of courseware that want to use in their teaching.

CHAPTER 1 Web-based educational hypermedia P. De Bra Department of Computer Science, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. Abstract The Web has revolutionized the way information is delivered to people throughout the world. It did not take long for learning material to be delivered through the Web, using electronic textbooks.

This chapter describes an approach to the development of an adaptive hypermedia Web-based educational system and presents the model of an AHyCo (adaptive hypermedia courseware) system.

An adaptive educational system should contain not only the learning environment for students, but also the authoring environment for by: 6. AEL(Okf TO THE GATHERING PLACE Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 30 () COMPUTER and ISDN SYSTEMS Web-based education for all: a tool for development adaptive courseware Peter Brusilovsky*.a, John Eklundb,l, Elmar Schwarzc l "School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, by: Higher education can profit a lot from the use of new technologies in computer networks and hypermedia systems.

Only through experimentation is it possible to have an answer to this expected benefit. The development of Web-based courseware and its integration into a Web-based learning environment were the cornerstones of an enriched instruction delivery mode. This mode was proven to be beneficiary to Cited by: 6.

This paper presents the outcome of research that deals with the development and use of World Wide Web hypermedia courseware in student teachers' education in the Department of Information Science at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Rijeka (Croatia).

The purpose of this research is to explore how the use of Web courseware improves the students' learning process as well as their Cited by: 5. Computer-based multimedia and hypermedia resources (e.g., the world wide web) have become one of the primary sources of academic information for a majority of pupils and students.

In line with this expansion in the field of education, the scientific study of learning from multimedia and hypermedia has become a very active field of by: Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 46 () – Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Selection and/or peer review under responsibility of Prof. Hüseyin Uzunboylu doi: / WCES Developing hypermedia reading courseware for English for specific purposes Hamidah Yamat. a *, Ahmad Ismail, Azlinawaty Azman Shah a Faculty of Education Cited by: 1. She holds a Master of Arts in Image Studies, the University of Kent at Canterbury (Marshall McLuhan’s global village and the Internet, ) and a Ph.D.

in Educational Hypermedia, De Montfort.Hypermedia in education LEARNING THROUGH HYPERMEDIA By its very nature, biology is a subject that cannot be learnt or understood without access to pictorial information. The dynamic nature of the subject cannot be easily demonstrated in laboratory sessions and it is therefore a prime candidate for the development of interactive learning Cited by: 6.Costa Pereira, D., Hypermedia in Science Education, Proceedings of the East West Invitational Seminar on New Technologies and Education, Leningrad, USSR, b Google Scholar 6.

Costa Pereira, D., Lencastre, Leonor, A Compreensão de Textos como Construção de Modelos Mentais, Análise Psicológica, 1, VIII, 61–70, c Google ScholarCited by: 1.