Archived Volumes

Volume 2, Number 2, October, 2000.

Reflections on EDMEDIA 2000
Anne M. Boyle, Co-Editor of IMEJ
Associate Professor of English
Wake Forest University

Promoting Cross-border Communication in an International Web-based Graduate Course
John LeBaron, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Jyrki Pulkkinen,
University of Oulu, Finland
Patrick Scollin, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Demos: some require Real Player and .wav file player.

Learning Greek with an Adaptive and Intelligent Hypermedia System
Trude Heift, Janine Toole, Paul McFetridge, Fred Popowich, Stavroula Tsiplakou
Simon Fraser University

Demos: some require QuickTime, Shockwave plugin.

From Cognitive Maps to Hypervideo: Supporting Flexible and Rich Learner-Centred Environments
Nuno Guimarães, Teresa Chambel
University of Lisbon, Portugal
José Bidarra, Universidade Aberta, Lisbon, Portugal

Demos: some require Microsoft PowerPoint.

The Hypermedia Conversation: Reflecting Upon, Building and Communicating Ill-defined Arguments
Milton Campos, Université de Montréal

A Learner-Centered Approach to Multimedia Explanations: Deriving Instructional Design Principles from Cognitive Theory
Roxana Moreno, University of New Mexico
Richard E. Mayer, University of California Santa Barbara

Demos: some require Shockwave plugin.

The Internet Chemistry Set: Web-based Remote Laboratories for Distance Education in Chemistry
Frederick A. Senese, Christopher Bender, Jennifer Kile
Frostburg State University

Demos: some require Flash player.

The papers marked with a above are revised and augmented versions of Edmedia 2000, selected by IMEJ editors as among the conference's best contributions in educational technology.