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Publications:
Developing Key Concepts for the Design of Hypertext for Printed Books

Computers are becoming a more common medium for readers. This research explores how the benefits of non-linear reading methods can be applied to the printed book.

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A Small Scale Study into the Effect that Text & Background Colour has on Processing and Self-Correction Rates for Childrens’ On-Screen Reading

Today’s children are encountering on-screen books in both formal education and daily recreational pursuits. This Research determines best practices in text and background colour for the design of this material.

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Designing the Printed Book as an Interactive Environment

The investigation in this paper follows an iterative design process to develop potential solutions for the design of an interactive book using hypertext methods.

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Analysing Interaction in Children’s Digital Books

A survey of interaction methods, including use of navigation, orientation functions and hypertext, in children’s digital books to inform best practices for the design of this material.

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A Categorisation Structure for Interactive Children’s Books: Levels of Interactivity in Children’s Printed Books

A study of how books encourage young readers to interact with their content, gave insight into developing a method for categorising the level of interactivity in a children’s book.

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Who Says You Can’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover?

With much debate over the future of the book, we ask what does a book’s cover tell us about its use, its audience, and how it fits within library classifications?

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Using a Categorisation Structure to Understand Interaction in Children’s Books

Categorising interactivity in children’s books shows relationships between age, physical interactivity, and content sequencing which will assist with the selection of appropriate books for targeting learning through interaction.

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