Dynamic versus static hypermedia in museum education : an evaluation of ILEX , the intelligent labelling explorer

@inproceedings{Cox1999DynamicVS,
  title={Dynamic versus static hypermedia in museum education : an evaluation of ILEX , the intelligent labelling explorer},
  author={Richard Cox},
  year={1999}
}
This paper describes an evaluation of an intelligent labell ing explorer (ILEX), a system that dynamically generates text labels for exhibit s n a museum jewellery gallery. In the evaluation, learning outcomes in subjects w ho used the dynamic ILEX system were compared to those of subjects who used a static-h ypermedia version of the system (i.e. a system more typical of current hypermedia systems). The aim was to attempt to isolate learning effects specifically due to dy namic hypertext… CONTINUE READING
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