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Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext: Introducing Expanding Hypertext--Are They Adventurous?
Unformatted Document Text:  Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext 33 Rouet, J., Levonen, J. J., Dillion, A., & Spiro, R. J. (1996). An introduction to hypertext and cognition. In J. Rouet, J. J. Levonen, A. Dillon, & J. Spiro (Eds.), Hypertext and cognition (pp.3-8). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Schierhorn, C., Wearden, S., Schierhorm, A., Tabar, P., & Andrews, S. C. (1998). Digital formats for the future: the Web vs. paper vs. vertical-screen, page-based design. Paper presented at 1998 AEJMC Convention. Schroeder, E. E. (1994). Navigating through hypertext: Navigational technique, individual differences, and learning. Paper presented at the 1994 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Nashville, TN. Shapiro, A. (1998). Promoting active learning: The role of system structure in learning from hypertext. Human-Computer Interaction, 13, 1-35. Shin, E. C., Schallert, D. L., and Saveyne, W. C. (1994). Effects of learner control, advisement, and prior knowledge on young students learning in a hypertext environment. Educational Technology and Research and Development, 42(1), 33-46. Shneiderman, B. (1992). Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human- computer interaction. Addison-Wesley. Smith, P. A. & Wilson, J. R. (1993). Navigation in hypertext through virtual environments. Applied Ergonomics, 24, 271-278. Spiro, R. J., & Jehng, J. C. (1990). Cognitive flexibility and hypertext: Theory and technology for the nonlinear and multidimensional traversal of compels subject matter. In D. Nix, & R. J. Spiro (Eds.), Cognition, education, and multimedia: Exploring ideas in high technology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Stevenson, R. J., & Palmer, J. A. (1994). Learning: principles, processes, and practices. London: Cassell. Tombaugh, J., Lickorish, A, and Wright, P. (1987). Multi-window displays for readers of

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Rouet, J., Levonen, J. J., Dillion, A., & Spiro, R. J. (1996). An introduction to hypertext and
cognition. In J. Rouet, J. J. Levonen, A. Dillon, & J. Spiro (Eds.), Hypertext and
cognition (pp.3-8). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Schierhorn, C., Wearden, S., Schierhorm, A., Tabar, P., & Andrews, S. C. (1998). Digital
formats for the future: the Web vs. paper vs. vertical-screen, page-based design. Paper
presented at 1998 AEJMC Convention.
Schroeder, E. E. (1994). Navigating through hypertext: Navigational technique, individual
differences, and learning. Paper presented at the 1994 National Convention of the
Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Nashville, TN.
Shapiro, A. (1998). Promoting active learning: The role of system structure in learning from
hypertext. Human-Computer Interaction, 13, 1-35.
Shin, E. C., Schallert, D. L., and Saveyne, W. C. (1994). Effects of learner control,
advisement, and prior knowledge on young students
learning in a hypertext
environment. Educational Technology and Research and Development, 42(1), 33-46.
Shneiderman, B. (1992). Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human-
computer interaction. Addison-Wesley.
Smith, P. A. & Wilson, J. R. (1993). Navigation in hypertext through virtual environments.
Applied Ergonomics, 24, 271-278.
Spiro, R. J., & Jehng, J. C. (1990). Cognitive flexibility and hypertext: Theory and
technology for the nonlinear and multidimensional traversal of compels subject matter.
In D. Nix, & R. J. Spiro (Eds.), Cognition, education, and multimedia: Exploring ideas
in high technology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Stevenson, R. J., & Palmer, J. A. (1994). Learning: principles, processes, and
practices. London: Cassell.
Tombaugh, J., Lickorish, A, and Wright, P. (1987). Multi-window displays for readers of


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