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Title:First Thoughts: Perceived Self-Efficacy and Interactive Video Retrieval
Author(s):Albertson, Dan
Subject(s):information seeking/retrieval
human-computer interaction
Abstract:Surveys were collected to analyze perceived self-efficacy within interactive video retrieval, overall and according to certain factors potentially significant to users’ confidence prior to a search session. A total of 214 surveys with quantifiable responses were collected and analyzed. The combined mean of participants’ perceived self-efficacy for being able to successfully fulfill certain video needs was 3.24 (out of 5). Independent samples t-tests produced significantly higher levels of perceived self-efficacy among participants more familiar with a sample information topic (t=-3.51, p<0.01) and among those completing the survey using YouTube as the system context versus the CSPAN Digital Video Library (t=3.78 and p<0.01). Findings give researchers better understanding of users’ confidence and beliefs prior to an interactive video retrieval process, which can demonstrate implications for use and acceptance of interactive video systems.
Issue Date:2015-03-15
Series/Report:iConference 2015 Proceedings
Genre:Conference Poster
Peer Reviewed:yes
Rights Information:Copyright 2015 is held by the authors. Copyright permissions, when appropriate, must be obtained directly from the authors.
Date Available in IDEALS:2015-03-24

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