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Harold Henke is an Senior e-Learning Engineer who develops and teaches both distance education and instructor-led courses and conducts research on distance education issues. He is a Candidate for Doctorate in Computing Technology Education from Nova-Southeastern University. He maintains a website, www.chartula.com that provides information on distance(More)
• Introduction-brief description of the purpose of this paper. • Problem Statement-short statement on what research problem is described in this paper. • Literature Review Overview-brief description of the learning style theory, primarily Kolb's, review of the validity of the Kolb Learning Style Inventory, and review of literature where Kolb Learning style(More)
The advent of eBooks and electronic publishing is changing not only the North American publishing industry but Europe as well. In Europe, many publishers are embracing the ePublishing industry as well as companies which have emerged to develop tools and web sites to develop and sell eBooks, not only in the European Union but in North America.In Asia, the(More)
In this paper, I describe the results of a usability test and a usability survey conducted by the IBM Printing Systems Company to determine the effectiveness of softcopy documentation. The usability test was conducted to determine if users could perform tasks using a softcopy User's Guide from a CD-ROM. The usability survey measured satisfaction of Customer(More)
This course describes the following elements that make up the design and development of the Lone Eagle Training Course. Objective The objective of this training course is to provide a software development process model that highlights the analysis, design, implementation, and support needed to develop small-scale, graphical user interface application. This(More)
Overview Research conducted by Henke (1998) has shown that users are dissatisfied with electronic books and the applications used to view them. One reason for user dissatisfaction may be the lack of familiar book metaphors embedded into the electronic books. In Henke's study, users preferred using table of contents and indexes (both of which were hypertext(More)
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