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Annotation: from paper books to the digital library
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This paper examines the practice of annotation in a particular situation: the markings students make in university-level textbooks, and their status within a community of fellow textbook readers. Expand
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Toward an ecology of hypertext annotation
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Annotation is a key way in which hypertexts grow and increase in value. Expand
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Aquanet: a hypertext tool to hold your knowledge in place
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We present Aquanet, a hypertext system that allows users to graphically represent information in order to explore its structure. Expand
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Reading and Writing the Electronic Book
  • C. Marshall
  • Computer Science
  • Reading and Writing the Electronic Book
  • 2009
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Studies of reading and eBook use are integrated throughout the book, but Chapter 5 "goes meta" to explore how a researcher might go about designing his or her own reading-related studies. Expand
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Exploring the relationship between personal and public annotations
  • C. Marshall, A. Brush
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the Joint ACM/IEEE Conference on…
  • 7 June 2004
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A study to characterize and compare students' personal annotations as they read assigned papers with those they shared with each other using an online system, showing that only a small fraction of annotations made while reading are directly related to those shared in discussion. Expand
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Turning the page on navigation
  • C. Marshall, S. Bly
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the 5th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint…
  • 7 June 2005
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In this paper, we discuss the findings of an in-depth observational study of reading and within-document navigation and add to these findings the results of a second analysis of how people read comparable digital materials on the screen, given limited navigational functionality. Expand
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VIKI: spatial hypertext supporting emergent structure
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The emergent nature of structure is a crucial, but often ignored, constraint on authoring hypertexts. Expand
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Formality Considered Harmful: Experiences, Emerging Themes, and Directions on the Use of Formal Representations in Interactive Systems
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The authors propose, based on these experiences, that the cause of a number of unexpected difficulties in human-computer interaction lies in users' unwillingness or inability to make structure, content, or procedures explicit. Expand
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Going digital: a look at assumptions underlying digital libraries
What are digital libraries, how should they be designed, how will they be used, and what relationship will they bear to what we now call “libraries”? Although we cannot hope to answer all theseExpand
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Spatial hypertext: designing for change
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Introduction Hypertext1, in its most general sense, allows content to appear in different contexts. Expand
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