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Guenter Hilmer - Phd Thesis - Glamorgan Dspace - University of ...

Guenter Hilmer - Phd Thesis - Glamorgan Dspace - University of ...

Guenter Hilmer - Phd Thesis - Glamorgan Dspace - University of

Separation of educational and technical content in educational hypermedia Günter Hilmer A submission presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the University of Glamorgan/Prifysgol Morgannwg for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy November 2009

  • Page 2 and 3: Abstract The creation and developme
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  • Page 12 and 13: LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF FIGURES 29
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  • Page 18 and 19: Acknowledgements First of all, I wo
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    2.7 E-learning and meta-data projec

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    2.7 E-learning and meta-data projec

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    2.7 E-learning and meta-data projec

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    2.8 Knowledge and learning objects

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    2.9 Project management and e-learni

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    2.10 Reuse of material 2 LITERATURE

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    2.11 Adaptive Hypermedia System 2 L

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    2.11 Adaptive Hypermedia System 2 L

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    2.12 Technology 2 LITERATURE REVIEW

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    2.12 Technology 2 LITERATURE REVIEW

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    2.13 Research objectives 2 LITERATU

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    3 EFTECS 3 EFTECS In order to reali

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    3.1 Theoretical approach 3 EFTECS 4

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    3.2 EFTECS at EM-Layer 3 EFTECS 3.2

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    3.3 EFTECS at TLS-Layer 3 EFTECS 3.

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    3.3 EFTECS at TLS-Layer 3 EFTECS be

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    3.3 EFTECS at TLS-Layer 3 EFTECS in

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    3.4 EFTECS at EHP-Layer 3 EFTECS hy

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    3.5 Linking information 3 EFTECS ex

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    3.7 Content space 3 EFTECS 3.7 Cont

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    3.8 The complete EFTECS 3 EFTECS wi

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    4 HEAT 4 HEAT As mentioned in the p

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    4.1 General approach 4 HEAT 4.1.2 D

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    4.2 EHP-Layer 4 HEAT 4.2 EHP-Layer

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    4.2 EHP-Layer 4 HEAT • setText (S

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    4.3 EHP-Information 4 HEAT process

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    4.4 TLS-Layer 4 HEAT an indexing sy

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    4.5 EM-Layer 4 HEAT 4.5 EM-Layer Th

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    4.6 Content space 4 HEAT 4.6 Conten

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    4.7 Material delivery 4 HEAT 4.7 Ma

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT 4.8 Det

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Figure

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Figure

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Figure

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Figure

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Figure

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    4.8 Detailed example 4 HEAT Finally

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    4.9 Summary 4 HEAT into the HEAT an

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    5.1 Analysis of alternative approac

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.2 Design of the interview evaluat

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    5.3 Design of the practical evaluat

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    5.4 Summary 5 EVALUATION METHODOLOG

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    6.1 Analysis of the pre-test interv

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    6.1 Analysis of the pre-test interv

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    6.1 Analysis of the pre-test interv

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    6.2 Analysis of the manual markup t

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    6.3 Analysis of the mid-test interv

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    6.3 Analysis of the mid-test interv

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    6.4 Analysis of the HEAT based mark

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    6.5 Analysis of the post-test inter

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    6.5 Analysis of the post-test inter

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    6.6 Summary 6 INTERVIEW EVALUATION

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    7.1 Design 7 PRACTICAL EVALUATION 7

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    7.2 Existing material 7 PRACTICAL E

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    7.2 Existing material 7 PRACTICAL E

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    7.2 Existing material 7 PRACTICAL E

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    7.3 New material 7 PRACTICAL EVALUA

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    7.3 New material 7 PRACTICAL EVALUA

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    7.4 Summary 7 PRACTICAL EVALUATION

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    7.4 Summary 7 PRACTICAL EVALUATION

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    8.1 Review of the EFTECS 8 DISCUSSI

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    8.1 Review of the EFTECS 8 DISCUSSI

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    8.2 Review of the HEAT 8 DISCUSSION

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    8.2 Review of the HEAT 8 DISCUSSION

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    8.2 Review of the HEAT 8 DISCUSSION

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    8.2 Review of the HEAT 8 DISCUSSION

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    8.3 Critique of the study 8 DISCUSS

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    9.1 Research objectives 9 CONCLUSIO

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    9.1 Research objectives 9 CONCLUSIO

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    9.2 Future work 9 CONCLUSIONS of ed

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    9.2 Future work 9 CONCLUSIONS provi

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    9.2 Future work 9 CONCLUSIONS work.

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES References [1

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [21] Nicola B

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [39] Luis L.

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [58] Christia

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [77] John B.

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [99] Ashwin R

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [121] Dublin

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [141] Diana L

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [162] W3C - W

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    REFERENCES REFERENCES [184] Morse L

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    A.1 Evaluation tasksheet A APPENDIC

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    A.1 Evaluation tasksheet A APPENDIC

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    A.2 Evaluation Worksheet A APPENDIC

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    A.3 Evaluation Interviews A APPENDI

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    A.3 Evaluation Interviews A APPENDI

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    A.4 Summary of interview results A

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