The purpose of this study was to examine the navigational patterns and text markings of electronic text readers when they interacted with electronic documents during an active reading process. The readings took place in two settings, private and document sharing, and the results provided us with user-navigational patterns taxonomy.
|Title of host publication||Information Science Revisited|
|Subtitle of host publication||Approaches to Innovation, 33rd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Information Sciences|
|Place of Publication||Canada|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
|Event||Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Information Sciences - Toronto, Canada, Canada|
Duration: 01 Jun 2006 → 03 Jun 2006
|Conference||Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Information Sciences|
|Period||01/06/06 → 03/06/06|
Qayyum, M. A. (2006). Improving digital library interfaces by investigating the electronic activities of users. In H. Moukdad (Ed.), Information Science Revisited: Approaches to Innovation, 33rd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Information Sciences (Vol. 29). CAIS-ACSI.