Examining Information Processing on the World Wide Web Using Think Aloud Protocols

@inproceedings{Eveland2000ExaminingIP,
  title={Examining Information Processing on the World Wide Web Using Think Aloud Protocols},
  author={William P. Eveland and Sharon Dunwoody},
  year={2000}
}
Some theorists argue that the node-link design of the Web mimics human information storage and that Web use encourages individuals to process information efficiently and effectively, potentially increasing meaningful learning. However, critics claim that Web navigation increases cognitive load and often produces disorientation. This reduces the processing devoted to meaningful learning, and, thus the Web may potentially inhibit learning. In an examination of information processing on the Web… CONTINUE READING