Hypertext is a system to manage acollection of information that can be assessed non-sequentialy
Initiator of hypertext is Bush (1945) who introduced memex
But Theodor Holm Nelson(1967) introduced the term “hypertext” to the public.
Memex stands for memory extender, and itmeans a sort of mechanized private file andlibrary and as a device in which indivi...
Memex is created on microfilm and eyetracking technology which enables the user tofollow cross reference with ease.
 In general sense , Hypertext means non- sequential reading and writing. If you see the content of the screen, le...
Hypertext is related to plaintextHypermedia is a medium suchas graphics, spread sheet,animation as well as sound.
The advantages of Hypertext is summarizedas follows ;• Ease of tracing references.• Ease of creating new references• ...
 The process of following links can be disorienting because we are directed to uncertainty such as, “What informa...
A computer as medium in hypertext enables tonavigate and browse information.Hypertext applications are listed below :*Busi...
Information resources :: - Encyclopedia, glossaries and dictionaries - Medical and legal reference blocks - ...
This system is applied because of its interactivecapacity, flexibility as a computer medium.Hypertext system is implemente...
Hypertext can be utilized for educationalpurposes such as creating a personal learningtutorial which is commonly known as ...
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  • 1. Hypertext is a system to manage acollection of information that can be assessed non-sequentialy
  • 2. Initiator of hypertext is Bush (1945) who introduced memex
  • 3. But Theodor Holm Nelson(1967) introduced the term “hypertext” to the public.
  • 4. Memex stands for memory extender, and itmeans a sort of mechanized private file andlibrary and as a device in which individualstores his books, records, and communicationso that it may be consulted with exceedingspeed and flexibility.
  • 5. Memex is created on microfilm and eyetracking technology which enables the user tofollow cross reference with ease.
  • 6.  In general sense , Hypertext means non- sequential reading and writing. If you see the content of the screen, let’s say you want to access information at document D. You don’t have to access through document A,B and C , because the screen links A,B,C and D document (see p.3)
  • 7. Hypertext is related to plaintextHypermedia is a medium suchas graphics, spread sheet,animation as well as sound.
  • 8. The advantages of Hypertext is summarizedas follows ;• Ease of tracing references.• Ease of creating new references• Information structuring• Global view• Customized document• Modularity of information.• Consistency of information.• Task stacking• Collaboration.
  • 9.  The process of following links can be disorienting because we are directed to uncertainty such as, “What information is available?” and “How can I get to it?”
  • 10. A computer as medium in hypertext enables tonavigate and browse information.Hypertext applications are listed below :*Business : - Product catalogues and advertisement - Organizational chart and policy manual - Manual reports and orientation guides. -Resumes/ CV and biographies -Treaties, contract and wills - Newsletters and new magazine - Software documentation and code
  • 11. Information resources :: - Encyclopedia, glossaries and dictionaries - Medical and legal reference blocks - Religious and literally annotation - College catalogues and department guides - Travel and restaurant guides - Scientific journals, abstract and indexesPersonal learning : - Instruction and explanation - Repair and maintenance manuals - Time lines and geographical maps - On-line help and technical documentation - Cookbooks and home repair manual - Mysteries, fantasies ,and joke books - Hyper novels and hyper poems.
  • 12. This system is applied because of its interactivecapacity, flexibility as a computer medium.Hypertext system is implemented in learning ofall language skill, speaking, reading andwriting.All language skill can benefit from computertechnology to some extent. Computer assistedhas been most useful.
  • 13. Hypertext can be utilized for educationalpurposes such as creating a personal learningtutorial which is commonly known as CAL (computer assisted learning)

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