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Title:PATHS in Context: User Characteristics and the Construction of Cultural Heritage Narratives
Author(s):Smith, Jen; Hall, Mark M.; Goodale, Paula; Clough, Paul; Stevenson, Mark
Subject(s):digital libraries
individual differences
interactive evaluation
Abstract:There is ample evidence of the influence of individual differences on information-seeking behaviours. Trailways and paths are increasingly important objects to support internet navigation. The EU-funded PATHS (Personalised Access to Cultural Heritage) project is investigating ways of assisting users with exploring a large collection of cultural heritage material taken from Europeana, the European aggregator for museums, archives, libraries, and galleries. A prototype system has been developed that includes innovative functionality for exploring the collection based on Google map-style interfaces, data-driven taxonomies, and supporting the manual creation of guided tours or paths along with the use of personalised (and nonpersonalised) recommendations to promote information discovery. After analysing the paths created by participants during an extended user evaluation, this paper discusses the effect of individual differences on path creation and characteristics.
Issue Date:2014-03-01
Publisher:iSchools
Citation Info:Smith, J., Hall, M. M., Goodale, P., Clough, P., & Stevenson, M. (2014). PATHS in Context: User Characteristics and the Construction of Cultural Heritage Narratives. In iConference 2014 Proceedings (p. 1089 - 1095). doi:10.9776/14389
Series/Report:iConference 2014 Proceedings
Genre:Conference Poster
Type:Text
Language:english
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/47368
DOI:10.9776/14389
Other Identifier(s):389
Publication Status:published
Peer Reviewed:yes
Rights Information:Copyright 2014 is held by the authors of individual items in the proceedings. Copyright permissions, when appropriate, must be obtained directly from the authors.
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-02-28


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