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hypermedia:

see hypertexthypertext,
technique for organizing computer databases or documents to facilitate the nonsequential retrieval of information. Related pieces of information are connected by preestablished or user-created links that allow a user to follow associative trails across the database.
..... Click the link for more information.
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hypermedia

[′hī·pər‚mē·dē·ə]
(computer science)
Hypertext-based systems that combine data, text, graphics, video, and sound.

hypermedia

hypermedia

The use of hyperlinks, regular text, graphics, audio and video to provide an interactive, multimedia presentation. All the various elements are linked, enabling the user to move from one to another. See hypertext and adaptive hypermedia.
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Ariew and Ercetin (2004) conducted a study in order to determine whether different types of hypermedia annotations at the word and topic levels facilitated reading comprehension for intermediate and advanced ESL learners.
HYPERMEDIA s technical approach consists of the following activities:
The cooperative goal was to introduce and educate Peruvian and Bolivian artists and students in audiovisual and multimedia communications, using hypermedia interfaces and software for digital video editing.
In-store campaigns executed by Hypermedia include high-impact 'in-zone' media products such as floor decals, brand hangers and the latest digital screen technology, which all work to dominate the various purchase zones in the store.
The role of self-regulated learning in fostering students understanding of complex systems with hypermedia.
For example, Azevedo, Guthrie, and Seibert (2004) demonstrated that students need to regulate their learning when using a hypermedia environment to effectively navigate through the multiple representations and control the sequencing of nonlinear information.
Increasingly, instructors are examining the individual differences of students that could influence performance when learning through hypermedia environments (Friend & Cole, 1990; Yoon, 1993-94; Reed, Ayersman, & Kraus, 1997).
Perhaps most importantly, these hypermedia activities assist prospective teachers in reflecting upon and building explicit links within their own experiences.
Wilhelm and Friedemann believe that using hypermedia as a learning tool can create such an environment.
Educational multimedia and hypermedia, 1994 (Proceedings of ED-MEDIA '94--World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, Vancouver, BC, June 25-30, 1994) (pp.
3) Hypermedia information separate from object contents.
Anderson 1999] Supporting software engineering with open hypermedia systems K.