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Children’s E-Book Technology: Devices, Books, and Book Builder Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual(ITCE)2003:1
This article describes a study of children's electronic books (e-books) technology. In particular, the focus is on devices used to access children's e-books, current available e-books and an e-book builder specifically for children. Three small case ...
Designing Children’s Electronic Textbooks With Distance Partners World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2001:1
This paper describes a design approach, called Distance-Collaborative Design (DCD) which is used in the process of designing Malaysian children's electronic textbook (e-book) interface. Distance users are employed as design partners in order to...
Usable But Not Entertaining e-Learning Material World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education(ELEARN)2008:1
Interest in research related to experience-focused is growing. This paper looks into it by aiming to discover whether eLearning materials (eLMs) used in schools are easy to use and to investigate whether they are also entertaining the real users. ...
Flexibility and Facilities In Children's Electronic Textbooks World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2000:1
Design of electronic books should take into account the diversity of learning styles, intelligences and preferences of each user. This project main aim is to provide high level of electronic book interaction and flexibility by matching different...
Evaluation of Content Activities in Children's Educational Software Evaluation and Program Planning (ISSN-0149-7189) 25:2
Proposes a model on which activities in children's educational software could be evaluated based on Multiple Intelligences theory. Proposes that, when evaluating the types of activity in children's educational software, one should ask whether it...