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Book Chapter: BibTeX citation key:  brentonhaden.230
Brenton-Haden Sally & Takach Bonnie Sadler (2002). « Children's Participation in the Design of an Interactive Encyclopedia : An Exploration of Cooperative Inquiry ». In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2002. Norfolk, VA : AACE, p. 1701–1702.
Added by: Laure Endrizzi 2005-11-08 11:25:35    Last edited by: Laure Endrizzi 2007-11-13 16:15:38
Categories: 4. interfaces et modes de consultation, 6. usages et pratiques pédagogiques
Keywords: évaluation d'interface, enseignement / apprentissage, recherche d'information
Creators: Brenton-Haden, Takach
Publisher: AACE (Norfolk, VA)
Collection: Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2002

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Today's children are discerning consumers of learning media in an interactive world. They explore computer programs and on-line environments at home and at school for different purposes, use many different learning strategies and develop perceptions about the usefulness of various types of interactive media. In this study, we consulted with five children in Grade 5 to explore their experiences learning with and from interactive reference media, and to document their participation in the development of a rapid prototype for an interactive encyclopedia. We explored qualitative methods synthesized from the disciplines of educational psychology and information design to study how and what we can learn from children's educational experiences with interactive media.
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