Hypermedia: Functional Features and Research Issues
Educational Technology Volume 31, Number 8, ISSN 0013-1962
Examines desirable functional features of hypermedia; describes its instructional uses and limitations; and discusses research issues, including learner control principles, the selection of information representation forms, the use of hypermedia as a knowledge base for computer-based instruction (CBI), and the development of intelligent hypermedia. (50 references) (LRW)
Park, O.c. (1991). Hypermedia: Functional Features and Research Issues. Educational Technology, 31(8), 24-31.
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