Text features which enable cognitive strategies during text comprehension

Special issue of Information Design Journal 14:1 (2006)

Editor
| Center for Content and Knowledge Engineering, Utrecht University
[Information Design Journal, 14:1]  2006.  100 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial
1–3
Introduction: Text features which enable cogntive strategies during text comprehension
Herre van Oostendorp and Ion Juvina
4–7
'I have been here before': An investigation into spatial verbalizations in hypertext navigation
Charlotte van Hooijdonk, Fons Maes and Nicole Ummelen
8–21
Using graphics to support comprehension of dynamic information in texts
Richard K. Lowe and Harto Promono
22–34
Interview: Mental modelling in the creation of user profiles: An interview with Rashmi Sinha
Lawrie Hunter
35–44
Coherence or interest as basis for improving hypertext comprehension
Ladislao Salmerón, Walter Kintsch and Jose Canas
45–55
Constructing meaning from multiple information sources as a function of personal epistemology
Ivar Braten and Helge I. Strømsø
56–67
Problems in the Field: Writing from the start
Joep Jaspers and Daniël Janssen
68–70
Enhancing internet experience of visually impaired persons by means of dynamic highlighting and selective reading
Ion Juvina and Herre van Oostendorp
71–81
Research Watch
82–90
Book Reviews
Introduction to discourse studies by Jan Renkema
Reviewed by John A. Bateman
91–94
Review of Elements of user experience design: User centered design for the web by J.J. Garrett
Reviewed by Todd Warfel
94–95
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: GTC – Communication studies
BISAC Subject: LAN004000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies