Hypertext/hypermedia: An Annotated Bibliography

Hardcover | April 1, 1990

byMichael Knee

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"This well-conceived annotated bibliography of 497 items covers all areas of hypermedia and hypertext through the end of 1989. Though not meant to be exhaustive, it does a very good job of identifying many important books, articles, proceedings and ERIC documents pertaining to hypertext/hypermedia and related issues. . . . This bibliography is the most thorough compilation of works in the field of hypertext/hypermedia and it deserves a place on the reference shelves of any large academic or public libraries. Any individual interested in finding information on this fast growing field will find this book extremely helpful."

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"This well-conceived annotated bibliography of 497 items covers all areas of hypermedia and hypertext through the end of 1989. Though not meant to be exhaustive, it does a very good job of identifying many important books, articles, proceedings and ERIC documents pertaining to hypertext/hypermedia and related issues. . . . This bibliog...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 9.54 × 6.31 × 0.76 inPublished:April 1, 1990Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313272212

ISBN - 13:9780313272219

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?This well-conceived annotated bibliography of 497 items covers all areas of hypermedia and hypertext through the end of 1989. Though not meant to be exhaustive, it does a very good job of identifying many important books, articles, proceedings and ERIC documents pertaining to hypertext/hypermedia and related issues. Arranged alphabetically by author, the entries contain bibliographic data and short (100-150 words) nonevaluative descriptive annotation. The bibliography is prefaced by a concise definition of hypertext and hypermedia as well as a history of the important developments and figures in the field. There are separate author and subject indexes. The authors claim that citations to hypertext documents themselves are included but this reviewer could find none. Nevertheless, this bibliography is the most thorough compilation of works in the field of hypertext/hypermedia and it deserves a place on the reference shelves of any large academic or public libraries. Any individual interested in finding information on this fast growing field will find this book extremely helpful.?-Choice