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Designing Hypertext / Hypermedia for Learning

Mühlhäuser, Max (1990):
Designing Hypertext / Hypermedia for Learning.
In: Designing Hypertext / Hypermedia for Learning, pp. 387-405, [Book Section]

Abstract

This chapter reports about the mutual influences of hypermedia technology and integrated computer supported authoringt learning. It presents a set of recommendations for adaptations and extensions of hypermedia systems, leading to a "hyperinformation system" suitable as a design center for integrated authoring/learning environments. In the beginning, a vision will be presented of how the authoring/learning process can be supported in such an integrated environment. This view forms the context in which subsequent sections of the chapter have to be seen. The next section will describe the evolution of systems based on the "hyper..." paradigrn. Recommendations will be given about how to construct an appropriate base system adhering to the "hyper..." paradigm. The base system can be used as a generic "'virtual' machine" on which to build integrated authoring/learning environments. The final section will very briefly sketch an overall architecture for such an environment.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 1990
Creators: Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Designing Hypertext / Hypermedia for Learning
Language: German
Abstract:

This chapter reports about the mutual influences of hypermedia technology and integrated computer supported authoringt learning. It presents a set of recommendations for adaptations and extensions of hypermedia systems, leading to a "hyperinformation system" suitable as a design center for integrated authoring/learning environments. In the beginning, a vision will be presented of how the authoring/learning process can be supported in such an integrated environment. This view forms the context in which subsequent sections of the chapter have to be seen. The next section will describe the evolution of systems based on the "hyper..." paradigrn. Recommendations will be given about how to construct an appropriate base system adhering to the "hyper..." paradigm. The base system can be used as a generic "'virtual' machine" on which to build integrated authoring/learning environments. The final section will very briefly sketch an overall architecture for such an environment.

Journal or Publication Title: NATO ASI Series
Title of Book: Designing Hypertext / Hypermedia for Learning
Volume: NATO ASI Series
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: tk500
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