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This study examined the impact of a hypermedia instructional module, a multi-unit HyperCard stack program entitled The Battle of Philippi , on student test performance in West Virginia History. Three instructional methods were implemented: traditional teacher presentation, student self-paced engagement with the computer-based module, and a hybrid instructional method using traditional instruction supplemented with the computer-based program. Students in the hybrid treatment showed the greatest increase in test performance. The self-paced students showed the next greatest increase. Students in the traditional group showed the least increase. Computer anxiety was not a significant predictor of student test performance in West Virginia History. The hypermedia module did not seem to have any significant effect on student computer anxiety. More research is recommended.
Hart, Timothy Allen, "The effectiveness of hypermedia in West Virginia history: A study of the application of the HyperCard program, "The Battle of Philippi"." (2002). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 8999.