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1Kinnell, S.K. ; Franklin, C.: Hypertext and hypercard : early development.ELIS Classic, from 1992.
In: Encyclopedia of library and information sciences. 3rd ed. Ed.: M.J. Bates. London : Taylor & Francis, 2009. S.xx-xx.
Abstract: The ease of linking and hopping from one text to another that we associate today with the World Wide Web was implemented in a different context prior to the Web. The creation of "hypertext" has a long and interesting history prior to the Web, as this article demonstrates. At the time it was issued, the HyperCard software application was expected to be the foundation of a widely-used new means of information organization. We can see now that the key ideas of hypertext were present in HyperCard, without the ease of use of subsequent World Wide Web features.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/book/10.1081/E-ELIS3.
2Connell, T.H. ; Franklin, C.: ¬The Internet : educational issues.
In: Library trends. 42(1994) no.4, S.608-625.
Abstract: Considers the Internet as a means of reinvigorating education and libraries a key factor in which is distinguishing between the technological content of the Internet and its setting in a particular context, such as information literacy. In addition, a number of other important issues must be addressed including: the changing role of the Internet in the classroom, library and workplace; economic and geographic barriers to access; implications of different privatization approaches; impact of the Internet on professional school curricula; and the need for better user interfaces. Educators and librarians must ensure that the volving National Information Infrastructure (NII) reflects their needs and concerns by gaining cooperation from the public and private sectors. The result may be an education revolution in which teachers and librarians help students develop the skills necessary to succeed in an information intensive economy
3Franklin, C.: ¬An introduction to geographic information systems : linking maps to databases.
In: Database. 15(1992) no.2, S.12-15,17-21.
Abstract: Geographic information systems are computerised systems designed to store maps in digital form together with specific spatial data related to the maps. Reviews a range of specialised software designed for theses applications
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5Franklin, C.: ¬A bibliography on hypertext and hypermedia with selected annotations.
In: Database. 13(1990) no.1, S.24-32.
Abstract: The bibliography is arranged under the following headings: alternatives to HyperCard, bibliographies, biographies, books and book reviews, dictionaries, hardware, interviews, library applications, optical disc-related, theoretical and technical aspects and user's groups.
Themenfeld: Literaturübersicht ; Hypertext