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WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues

1999 Volume 1, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Applying Systems Design Principles to the Design of Web-Based Training Systems

    Armand St-Pierre, ANTJE BETTIN, LISA DILLINGER & SAL FERRARO

    The Web is a popular platform for training educators and learners in educational systems. We find several Web-based training systems that are developed by enterprises that try to train teachers and... More

    pp. 28-33

  2. Interactive Lateral Maps: Using the Web for Collaborative Analysis

    CAROLYN WATTERS & ZHOU WU, ,, Norway

    The Web provides new opportunities for students to explore ways to share ideas and viewpoints and form consensus. The goal of the collaboration described is for communities or groups of political... More

    pp. 34-39

  3. The Evolution of Digital Libraries Towards Software Agent Libraries The ACUBD Prototype

    LORENZO SOMMARUGA & NADIA CATENAZZI

    The changes produced in information technology affect many aspects of information production, dissemination and access. Nowadays more and more documents are published and distributed in electronic ... More

    pp. 40-48

  4. One Foot in Cyberspace & the Other on the Ground A Case Study of Analysis and Design Issues in a Hybrid Virtual and Physical Community

    JENNIFER PREECE, JONATHAN LAZAR & RONALD TSAO

    As the user population of the Internet grows, more users are becoming involved in virtual communities. Some of these virtual communities are based on specific geographical communities or periodic... More

    pp. 49-57

  5. Maintaining Legacy WWW Sites Using Constructive Templates

    KASPER ØSTERBYE & ARVE LARSEN

    Norsk Regnesentral was an early adopter of World Wide Web in Norway, and pages have been written using a variety of tools and by people of very different skills. In spring 1998 it was decided to... More

    pp. 58-64

  6. Improving the Delivery of Instructional Graphics on the Web with Vector Technology

    JAMES L. MOHLER

    The use of the World Wide Web is increasing across the world. Statistics from a variety of sources report that the number of users and the amount of usage are both increasing. Yet, one of the... More

    pp. 65-71