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The myth of navigating in hypertext: How a "bandwagon" has lost its course!

Stanton, N.A. and Baber, C. (1994) The myth of navigating in hypertext: How a "bandwagon" has lost its course! Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 3, (3-4), pp. 235-249.

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A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. Compares Hypertext researchers=FE and designers=FE metaphor of navigation in three-dimensional (physical) space with Hypertext (problem space). This paper discusses navigation concepts; physical space versus spacial and temporal relationships; navigation aids; cognitive mapping; information retrieval; and a content analysis of a screen of hypertext. (28 references) (KRN)

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Published date: 1994


Local EPrints ID: 73928
ISSN: 1055-8896
PURE UUID: 41abf9b4-67c7-4386-b38d-ef0076526eb5

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:47

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Author: N.A. Stanton
Author: C. Baber

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