This paper reports on a coding scheme devised during preliminary data collection of online searching using Camtasia, and compares this scheme with one recently developed by Hargittai for a similar purpose. The author's scheme is put forward as a prototype for a standard 'core' system, which might assist in the process of transcription of recordings and facilitate comparison of findings across research projects. In a case study, the coding system is applied to the examination of cross-database searching through a particular library's online interface, which offers SFX and MetaLib linking lools.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||Australian Library Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|