HCI Article Summaries

HCI Article Summaries

Ronald Blaschke

Bowling Green State University

Computer Science

Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

$Date: 2000/04/25 02:56:23 $

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[1] interactions, Association for Computing Machinery, January 1996, vol. 3, no. 1, "Low vs. High Fidelity Prototyping Debate", Jim Rudd, Ken Stern, and Scott Isensee, 1996, pages 76-85.

[2] interactions, Association for Computing Machinery, January 1994, vol. 1, no. 1, "Twenty-Two Tips for a Happier, Healthier Prototype", James Rudd and Scott Isensee, 1994, pages 35-40.

[3] interactions, Association for Computing Machinery, April 1994, vol. 1, no. 2, "New Wave Prototyping": Use and Abuse of Vacuous Prototypes, Hal Berghel, 1994, pages 49-54.

[4] interactions, Association for Computing Machinery, July 1996, vol. 3, no. 4, "A Heuristic Evaluation of a World Wide Web Prototype", Michael Levi and Frederick Conrad, 1996, pages 50-61.

[5] Proceedings of the Fourth ACM Conference on Hypertext, Association for Computing Machinery, November 30 - December 4, 1992, Milan Italy, Cognitive Processing of Hyperdocuments: When Does Nonlinearity Help?, Jean-François Rouet, 1992, pages 131-140.

[6] Literacy and Computers: The Complications of Teaching and Learning with Technology, Edited by Cynthia Selfe and Susan Hilligoss, 1994, 387 pages, 0-873-52580-9, Modern Language Association of America, The Effect of Hypertext and Processes of Reading and Writing, Davida Charney, 1994, Modern Language Association of America.

[7] Proceedings of the Third ACM Conference on Hypertext, Association for Computing Machinery, December 15 - 18, 1991, San Antonio, TX USA, Cognitive Overheads and Prostheses: Some Issues in Evaluating Hypertexts, Patricia Wright, 1991, pages 1-12.

[8] interactions, Association for Computing Machinery, July 1995, vol. 2, no. 3, "The "Homeopathic Fallacy" in Learning from Hypertext", Jean McKendree, Will Reader, and Nick Hammon, 1995, pages 74-82.

[9] Hypertext: A Psychological Perspective, Edited by C. McKnight, A. Dillon, and J. Richardson, 1993, 0-13-441643-0, Ellis Horwood Ltd., Enhancing the Usability of Text Through Computer Delivery and Formative Evaluation: The SuperBook Project, Thomas Landauer, Dennis Egan, Joel Remde, Michael Lesk, Carol Lochbaum, and Daniel Ketchum, pages 71-136.

[10] International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, Ablex Pub. Corp., 1995, vol. 7, no. 4, "The Relative Effectiveness of Hypertext and Text", Mark Lehto, Wenll Zhu, and Bryan Carpenter, 1995, pages 293-313.

[11] Hypertext and Cognition, Edited by Jean-François Rouet, Jarmo J. Levonen, Andrew Dillon, and Rand J. Spiro, 1996, 175 pages, 0-805-82144-9, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Myths, Misconceptions, and an Alternative Perspective on Information Usage and the Electronic Medium, Andrew Dillon, 1996, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

[12] International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, Academic Press Ltd., 1991, vol. 35, "Readers' models of text structures": the case of academic articles, Andrew Dillon, 1991, pages 913-925.

[13] ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Association for Computing Machinery, March 1994, vol. 1, no. 1, "Organizational Obstacles to Interface Design and Development": Two Participant-Observer Studies, Steven E. Poltrock and Jonathan Grudin, 1994, pages 52-80.

[14] Proceedings of ACM Computer Human Interaction (CHI)'92, Association for Computing Machinery, May 3 - 7, 1992, Monterey, CA USA, Hypertext or Book: Which is Better for Answering Questions?, Barbee T. Mynatt, Laura Marie Leventhal, Keith Instone, John Farhat, and Diane S. Rohlman, 1992, pages 19-25.

[15] Multimedia and Hypertext: The Internet and Beyond, Jakob Nielsen, 1995, 480 pages, 0-125-18408-5, AP Professional, Hypertext Usability, Jakob Nielsen, 1995, AP Professional, pages 282-307.