Abstract—This study used the webpages of an e-museum to
promote humanities and art works, and tested the subjects’
assessment of humanities literacy, webpage design, and visual
perception. The analysis methods include the collection of
relevant studies and the use of a questionnaire survey to
arrange and summarize the data. The research results showed
that most of the subjects, who are of the digital generation,
spoke highly of humanities literacy. The subjects strongly
agreed that relevant links provided by the webpages can help
them complete their art knowledge. In terms of visual
perception, they indicated that screen layout, color matching,
and dynamic interpretation can effectively attract the attention
of users when viewing webpages, thus, enhancing their
absorption of art knowledge.
Index Terms—Dynamic webpages, dynamic e-books, visual perception, humanities literacy, webpage design, digital generation.
Tingsheng Weng is with the Department of Management Business Administration, National Chiayi University, Taiwan (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Tingsheng Weng, "A Study Investigating the Value of Dynamic Display and Browsing Experience of an e-Museum," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 347-353, 2018.