A study of multimedia annotation of Web-based materials

  title={A study of multimedia annotation of Web-based materials},
  author={Wu-Yuin Hwang and Chin-Yu Wang and Mike Sharples},
  journal={Computers & Education},
Web-based learning has become an important way to enhance learning and teaching, oVering many learning opportunities. A limitation of current Web-based learning is the restricted ability of students to personalize and annotate the learning materials. Providing personalized tools and analyzing some types of learning behavior, such as students’ annotation, has attracted attention as a means to enhance Web-based learning. We describe a Web-based tool for creating and sharing annotations and… CONTINUE READING
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