Hypertext Navigation Strategies and Learning Outcome

Hypertext Navigation Strategies and Learning Outcome,Burkhard Priemer,Lutz-Helmut Schön

Hypertext Navigation Strategies and Learning Outcome  
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The paper summarizes findings of an exploratory study investigating students' navigation in the WWW in relation to learning outcome. Two basic approaches to identify Internet navigation strategies are outlined. An objective way on one hand by analysing log files: navigation strategies can be distinguished quantitatively by a set of indices and interpreted qualitatively. On the other hand a subjective way by self assessments: results show that navigation strategies correlate significantly with post test scores. Hence, students' views of their own Internet work strategy seem to influence their learning success. Both approaches are compared to each other and results are related to other known navigation strategies.
Published in 2002.
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