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- KurzbeschreibungThe creation and development of educational hypermedia by teachers<br>and educational staff is often limited by their lack of computing skills, time<br>and support from the educational institutions. Especially the lack of computing<br>skills is a hinderance to most of today&8217;s educational experts. The<br>problem is to find out how those educational experts could be supported by<br>computer based tools which are tailored especially to their needs without<br>having any technical limitations.<br>In this study the separation of technical and educational content in educational<br>hypermedia is examined as a solution to this problem. The main<br>hypothesis of this study is that the separation of technical and educational<br>content is possible if it is based on a fine-grained structure of different teaching<br>and learning strategies and their conversion into an authoring tool. Such<br>an authoring tool would make the creation of educational hypermedia very<br>easy for teachers and therefore enable them to overcome the existing obstacles.<br>The development of a new model, the creation of a new XML language<br>and the implementation of a new authoring tool form the basis for a detailed<br>investigation. The investigation was done by undertaking several research<br>tasks like the evaluation of the XML language and the authoring tool by a<br>group of educational experts of different knowledge domains, the practical<br>usage of the authoring tool for the creation of real-life based educational<br>material and the analysis of the gained research results.<br>The analysis of the qualitative data showed that the separation of educational<br>and technical content in educational hypermedia is possible and that<br>it can be applied by educational experts with low computing skills as well<br>as by technical experts with no educational background. Furthermore, the<br>analysis allowed some additional insights into the creation of educational<br>material by teachers and how it can be improved.<br>The main conclusion of this study is that authoring tools in educational<br>hypermedia should use the separation of educational and technical content<br>based on different teaching and learning strategies which allows educational<br>experts with low computing skills to create educational content for delivery<br>via the World Wide Web.
- AutorGünther Hilmer
- Ausgabe1. Auflage
- VerlagCuvillier Verlag
- Seiten136 Seiten
- Gewicht397 g
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