Tanya Linden

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This paper describes the application of Grounded Theory to an exploration of multimedia design practices. It discusses the opinions of multimedia developers, as elicited from interviews, on the selected design tasks and the processes employed in their completion. Our findings, which emerge from the analysis of the collected data, indicate that the currently(More)
Academics teaching programming are faced with the challenge of teaching dynamic concepts using static media. Despite multiple tools developed in the past to support learning of programming concepts , access to these tools is very limited and many educators have to create their own support materials and tools which is often time-consuming, complex and(More)
Research in educational multimedia shows many benefits of learning with the use of multimedia environments. To take advantage of these benefits we developed Multimedia Assisted Teaching Environment (MATE), which is currently trialled in supporting our teaching of IT subjects. MATE's main strength is its ability to facilitate reuse of multimedia components(More)