Map-based horizontal navigation in educational Hypertext

Peter Brusilovsky, Riccardo Rizzo
<span title="">2002</span> <i title="ACM Press"> Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT &#39;02 </i> &nbsp;
This paper discusses the problem of horizontal (nonhierarchical) navigation in modern educational courseware. We will look at why horizontal links disappear, how to support horizontal navigation in modern hyper-courseware, and our earlier attempts to provide horizontal navigation in Webbased electronic textbooks. Here, we present map-based navigation --a new approach to support horizontal navigation in open corpus educational courseware that we are currently investigating. We will describe the
more &raquo; ... echanism behind this approach, present a system KnowledgeSea that implements this approach, and provide some results of a classroom study of this system.
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