Understanding Research on Navigation in Complex Digital Environments

@inproceedings{Lawless2007UnderstandingRO,
  title={Understanding Research on Navigation in Complex Digital Environments},
  author={Kimberly A. Lawless and P. G. Schrader},
  year={2007}
}
While hypertext and the ideas surrounding it have clearly been around for decades (see Bush, 1945; Nelson, 1965), the recent and unprecedented growth of contemporary technologies has afforded and necessitated their exploration, development, and deployment (McKnight, Dillon, & Richardson, 1991). Current estimates of the World Wide Web, the most prominent manifestation of hypertext today, indicate that it is comprised of over 60 million servers housing more than 11.5 billion indexed pages (Gulli… CONTINUE READING

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