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Hyperinformation in Instructional Tool Environments

Mühlhäuser, Max
Norrie, D. H. and Six, H.-W. (eds.) (1990):
Hyperinformation in Instructional Tool Environments.
In: Computer Assisted Learning, LNCS 438; Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computers and Learning, Hagen, June 11-13, 1990, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg etc., Germany, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

This paper reports about the mutual influences of hypermedia technology and integrated computer supported instruction. It presents a set of recommendations for adoptions and extensions of hypermedia systems in the context of instructional tool environments (also called 'Educational Tool Environments', especially in Europe). The remainder of this chapter will explain some of the backgroundand assumptions for the paper. Then a vision will be presented of how the instructional process can be computer supported (section 2). This view fonns the context in which the further seetions of the chapter have to be seen. Seetion 3 will try to resume and c1assify the evolution of 'hyper...' systems. Recommendations will be given about how to construct a base system adhering to the 'hyper...' paradigm (3.3). This base system can be used as a generic 'virtual instructional machine' on which to build instructional tool environments. Seetion 4 will sketch an overall architecture for such an environment.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1990
Editors: Norrie, D. H. and Six, H.-W.
Creators: Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Hyperinformation in Instructional Tool Environments
Language: German
Abstract:

This paper reports about the mutual influences of hypermedia technology and integrated computer supported instruction. It presents a set of recommendations for adoptions and extensions of hypermedia systems in the context of instructional tool environments (also called 'Educational Tool Environments', especially in Europe). The remainder of this chapter will explain some of the backgroundand assumptions for the paper. Then a vision will be presented of how the instructional process can be computer supported (section 2). This view fonns the context in which the further seetions of the chapter have to be seen. Seetion 3 will try to resume and c1assify the evolution of 'hyper...' systems. Recommendations will be given about how to construct a base system adhering to the 'hyper...' paradigm (3.3). This base system can be used as a generic 'virtual instructional machine' on which to build instructional tool environments. Seetion 4 will sketch an overall architecture for such an environment.

Title of Book: Computer Assisted Learning, LNCS 438; Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computers and Learning, Hagen, June 11-13, 1990
Publisher: Springer Verlag, Heidelberg etc., Germany
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: tk530
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