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Instructional information in adaptive spatial hypertext

Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank Shipman
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM symposium on Document engineering - DocEng '04  
Spatial hypertext is an effective medium for the delivery of help and instructional information on the Web.  ...  This work presents a study of the effectiveness of spatial hypertext as medium for delivery of instructional information.  ...  Given these strengths, we are investigating Adaptive Spatial Hypertext to deliver instructional information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1030397.1030423 dblp:conf/doceng/Francisco-RevillaS04 fatcat:vbcbma4pezbz5hh2ykdou2cjjq

How may multimedia and hypertext documents support deep processing for learning?

F. Amadieu, J. Lemarié, A. Tricot
2017 Psychologie Francaise  
In this paper, we examined three sets of research about learning with (a) multiple representations, (b) animations and (c) hypertexts.  ...  Digital documents as multimedia and hypertext documents provides for learning multiple information formats as well as multiple tasks (e.g. reading, exploration, interactions with information).  ...  Acknowledgement This paper was written in the framework of the research project CISH supported by ANR (National Research Agency) -JCJC SHS 2 -2011.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.psfr.2015.04.002 fatcat:b4glumczvzaglbkytvm4qxyvbm

Intimate information

Mark Bernstein
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international symposium on Wikis - WikiSym '06  
Tinderbox is a tool for making, analyzing, and sharing notes -offers a range of representational tools ranging from conventional links and WikiLinks to prototype inheritance and spatial hypertext.  ...  This intimate or nobitic information includes not merely calendars and grocery lists, but also work for planning our future endeavors, as well as correspondence to our future selves and our progeny.  ...  The rhetorical habits of early discursive wikis provide instructive guidance for guiding the shape of constructive hypertexts.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1149453.1149457 dblp:conf/wikis/Bernstein06 fatcat:3ndxtvafqjf4zcktiigv7r4pj4

Impact of Spatial Visualization Aptitude on WWW Navigation§~!2008-01-01~!2008-11-01~!2009-12-15~!

James Blustein, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Haris Parvaiz, Ching-Lung Fu, Caixia Wang, Alexander (Sandy) Chapman, Yeming Hu
2010 Ergonomics Open Journal  
Although the underlying mechanism is not well understood, there is considerable evidence that the constellation of cognitive factors known as 'spatial aptitude' influences users' performance in information  ...  We compared the navigational styles and success rates in an answer-seeking task using both standard and menu breadcrumbs in a large website.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the suggestion to investigate breadcrumbs for navigation, and ongoing support in pursuing the investigation, from Keith Instone.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875934300902020080 fatcat:7ltvvn5ocfhlpmirpfrw4gsxz4

Impact of Spatial Visualization Aptitude on WWW Navigation

James Blustein, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Haris Parvaiz, Ching-Lung Fu, Caixia Wang, Alexander (Sandy) Chapman, Yeming Hu
2009 Ergonomics Open Journal  
Although the underlying mechanism is not well understood, there is considerable evidence that the constellation of cognitive factors known as 'spatial aptitude' influences users' performance in information  ...  We compared the navigational styles and success rates in an answer-seeking task using both standard and menu breadcrumbs in a large website.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the suggestion to investigate breadcrumbs for navigation, and ongoing support in pursuing the investigation, from Keith Instone.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875934300902010080 fatcat:w4ytempkzzguhh7gnnhtda3kuu

Developing hypertext-based learning courseware for computer networks: the macro and micro stages

Chien Chou
1999 IEEE Transactions on Education  
The instructional systems development approach and the elaboration theory of instruction are introduced as the macro and micro stages of designing hypertext learning courses.  ...  In order to design and develop hypertext-based learning courseware for computer networks, we need to know human learning processes and how hypertext can be used to facilitate learning, to be aware of appropriate  ...  [4] suggested, the hypertext designer must learn new kinds of grammars that spatially organize information, to allow more flexible and dynamic control over it, and to provide more options for assimilating  ... 
doi:10.1109/13.746333 fatcat:74a6it2vsfcynn4mn2t4ej4roy

Efficacy of a map on search, orientation and access behaviour in a hypermedia system

Neville Stanton, Ana Paula Correia, Paulo Dias
2000 Computers & Education  
The study reported in this paper sets out to investigate the efficacy of the provision of maps on students' ability to search, orientation and access information in a hypertext-based learning task.  ...  In conclusion, it is argued that the concept of the spatial metaphor has not served the designers and students of hypertext and hypermedia environments well.  ...  In other words, the study showed that, performance on a spatial task was better if subjects were provided with spatial information than if they were not.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0360-1315(00)00038-5 fatcat:o3ujvlke7bg5vhzsmb6izf7j2q

Page 2457 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue 6 [page]

1996 Psychological Abstracts  
—Reviews 38 arti- cles, published 1982-1993, on the application of cognitive re- search in human spatial processing and wayfinding to the disori- entation problems that occur when browsing hypertext systems  ...  MacWeb principles and its hypertext model are described and a developed hypertext system that uses types to incorporate knowledge in hypertext is illustrated by an experi- ment done for Framentec (the  ... 

Learner Control in Hypermedia Environments

Katharina Scheiter, Peter Gerjets
2007 Educational Psychology Review  
For instance, learner control might increase students' interest and motivation, facilitate adaptive instruction, or provide affordances for active and constructive information processing.  ...  In the literature on computer-based instruction, the term interactivity is most often used for describing the malleability of single  ...  after having learned with a hypertext that allowed accessing information from multiple perspectives (i.e., criss-crossing hypertext).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10648-007-9046-3 fatcat:4a2v67n3rvadheyhxrlumb2p3m

THE INFLUENCE MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION ON KNOWLEDGE QUALITY

Valentyna Shvets
2012 Signum Temporis: Journal of Research in Pedagogy and Psychology  
The using of the animation (in Flash and SketchUp) leads to better memorization of information owing subconscious reaction of students.  ...  The influence model of knowledge representation and training character testing in MOODLE on progress of students has been investigated in the article.  ...  These instructions were made as hypertext reference.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10195-011-0048-z fatcat:l7rj4qpo3bbidgmqgeana27nse

Novices' performance using hypertext materials: Shedding light on disorientation

Álvaro Jáñez, Javier Rosales
2020 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Many researchers have proposed a causal link between low domain knowledge and disorientation in hypertext.  ...  Regarding disorientation, and contrasting with previous research, only a minority of students became disoriented in hypertext.  ...  , and participants under summary instructions would focus on nodes that were higher in the hypertext structure, since they offered more general information.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.4617 fatcat:ibx3ao2vvjebpjiuyov3erhuim

Multimedia, hypermedia, and hypertext: Motivation considered and reconsidered

Daniel C. Moos, Elizabeth Marroquin
2010 Computers in Human Behavior  
Computer-based instruction (CBI) is becoming increasingly popular in the classroom, particularly because the latest technological advancements allow for visually rich and interactive environments.  ...  This literature review synthesizes research that has examined the role of theoretically-grounded constructs of motivation in the context of three popular CBIs, multimedia, hypermedia, and hypertext.  ...  and the other is a visual-spatial sketchpad.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2009.11.004 fatcat:fcyn7dk5hnfsphaal3elm7l2ym

Taking A Closer Look At Reading Online

Mary MCnabb
2006 i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology  
This article reviews the author's work as an evaluator for Internet-related school improvement initiatives in the USA.  ...  Because online information is fundamentally hypertextual, reading online is different from reading printed books.  ...  Comprehending hypertext requires a high level of reader focus and engagement in critical analysis of information.  ... 
doi:10.26634/jet.3.1.1006 fatcat:6uu7qatkiba2ji6fkbxzqr6ovu

Factores que influyen en la comprensión lectora de hipertexto

Gabriel Herrada-Valverde, Rosario I. Herrada-Valverde
2017 Ocnos  
In view of the foregoing, the spatial layout of linear hypertexts will involve a reduced cognitive workload compared to the structure of hierarchical hypertexts (where readers can choose different links  ...  implied links are embedded in the information of the nodes.  ... 
doi:10.18239/ocnos_2017.16.2.1287 fatcat:hycxjioq5jhuvpnspy7eqi5fgi

Lost in Learning: Hypertext Navigational Efficiency Measures Are Valid for Predicting Learning in Virtual Reality Educational Games

Chris Ferguson, Herre van Oostendorp
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
, resulting in higher retention of information.  ...  information to complete a task.  ...  In addition to this, similar to hypertext systems, in VR educational games, users have to navigate large and complex information spaces, making many decisions, to carry out and solve information-searching  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.578154 pmid:33324290 pmcid:PMC7723827 fatcat:mi2nbcjbvnapllt6lp33t6yu3e
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