Über den Autor
Sherry Y. Chen received her Certificate of Computer Programming from the National Taiwan University, her Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Information Studies from the University of Sheffield (UK), her Master of Library Science from the University of Maryland (USA), and her Bachelor of Art from Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan). Dr. Chen is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Information Systems and Computing at Brunel University (UK). George D. Magoulas received his Diploma Degree as well as his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Patras, Greece, and his Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from Brunel University, UK. Dr. Magoulas is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Information Systems and Computing at Brunel University, UK.
Part I: Hypermedia, Chapter 1: Literature Review/Research Agenda, Chapter 2: Issues of Human Factors, Chapter 3: Metaphors and Navigation, Chapter 4: Hypermedia Authoring, Chapter 5: Evaluation Criteria and Methods, Part II: Adaptive Hypermedia, Chapter 6: Methods and Techniques for Customization and Personalization, Chapter 7: User Modeling in Adaptive Hypermedia, Chapter 8: Database Technologies in Adaptive Hypermedia, Chapter 9: Adaptive Learning Environments, Chapter 10: Customization and Personalization in Electronic Commerce, Chapter 11: Personalization in Digital Libraries, Chapter 12: Individualized Search Engines, Chapter 13: User Centered Evaluation, Chapter 14: Privacy
Hypermedia systems may be one of the most significant contributions to the Internet in recent years. As the needs of users have changed, the hypermedia systems have also changed, and adaptive and adaptable hypermedia systems have emerged. This text examines both types of systems; discussing the benefits, impacts and implications.