Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations (CRITO)
Distributed Learning, Geographic Information Science, Information Seeking behaviors, Evaluation
Library and Information Science
This is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of about 27 slides used in conjunction with a talk at UCI-CRITO on 18 May 2005, and the research reported is from a previously published study of mine. Information technology is varied and human use and impact can be examined at different levels. I report on a study that examines the ubiquitous hyperlinks as instruments of cognition in e-learning.
Anita Coleman. "Information Technology, Cognition, and Communication" Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations (CRITO) (2005).