From Personal to Shared Annotations
- Cathy Marshall ,
- A.J. Brush
CHI '02: CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems |
Published by ACM Press
Preliminary results obtained by comparing personal annotations on paper with shared annotations made on-line show that only a small fraction of personal annotations are used in initiating and responding to related on-line discussions. The personal annotations that are shared tended to correspond to explicit marginalia; much effort is still put into rendering both the content and anchors of these annotations intelligible to others.