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this presentation has some information about difenetion of hypermedia, factors of hypermedia and history of hypermedia.

this presentation has some information about difenetion of hypermedia, factors of hypermedia and history of hypermedia.

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  • 1. Done by: Maria AL shibli ID: 82928 Hypermedia
  • 2.
    • Hypermedia is used as a logical extension of the term hypertext in which graphics, audio, video, plain text and hyperlinks intertwine to create a generally non-linear medium of information.
    • Notes: most people think hypermedia is hypertext but hypertext is one type of hypermedia.
    Hypermedia definition
  • 3. Hypermedia model
  • 4.
    • The hypermedia was discovered before 1980. however, the apple Macintosh computer made it famous by introducing of HyperCard. After the creation of word wide web (www) the hypermedia became a common used in the programming standard hypertext markup language which is the www use it.
    History of hypermedia
  • 5.
    • general reference
    • Include Encyclopedic, dictionaries, and atlases. examples are world book multimedia encyclopedia
    • Specific subject matter reference
    • For specific subject areas. Examples, art and life in Africa.
    • Analysis of domain
    • it analyzes the issues, arguments and multiple viewpoints of the subject.
    • Case study
    Hypermedia formats
  • 6.
    • Construction set
    • Learners may use hypermedia program to create their own hypermedia composition. examples, the visual AL maniac program
    • Edutainment
    • It is program that are both educational and entertaining. example is the magic school bus explores
    • Museum
    • The real museum it self assort of hypermedia
    • Archive
    • Contain all the articles and photographs that has one purpose. examples, the national geographic society published a hypermedia CD-ROM containing all the articles and photographs of national geographic magazine.
    Hypermedia formats
  • 7.
    • The hypermedia factors can divided into three areas:
    • The hypermedia database
    • Navigation and orientation
    • Features supporting learning and learning strategies
    Factors of hypermedia
  • 8.
    • Critical thinking
    • Hypertext allows readers to analyze information from multiple perspectives.
    • Non-Linear Information Structure
    • Hypertext allows for a non-linear movement within a document with the option of quickly returning to where learners started¬†
    • Multiple Paths of Inquiry
    • Users in hypertext are often presented with multiple paths of inquiry to select at any given time.
    Advantages of hypertext
  • 9.
    • Cognitive Overhead
    • Critics of hypertext believe that learners can experience cognitive overload as they try to keep track of multiple paths of inquiry.
    • Too much control
    • Computer Required
    • In order to use hypertext, the learner requires a computer and the ability to know how to access the information.¬† Icons and other graphic images commonly found in hypertext usually represent a function to perform that may be unfamiliar to a new user
    Disadvantages of hypermedia
  • 10. References
    • www.accesswave.ca/~hgunn/special/papers/hypertxt/advantag.html
    • infomotions.com/musings/tricks/manuscript/1010-link-tags.html
    • Multimedia for learning .Stephen M.Alessi and Stanley R.Trollip.Allyn and Bacon.
  • 11.
    • Thank you for your attention