- Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Encouraging Serendipity in Interactive Systems http://t.co/8Y4sRzR 2011-08-31
- International Workshop on Encouraging Serendipity in Interactive Systems http://t.co/jWUH3ks 2011-08-31
- Found on #SciVerse: Psychological factors behind incidental information acquisition http://t.co/K71OY77 2011-08-31
- Found on #SciVerse:Motivating serendipitous encounters in museum recommendations http://t.co/w71OFoB 2011-08-30
- Fulltext from conference of Motivating Serendipitous Encounters in
Museum Recommendations: 2011-08-30
- @rrecheve not Scopus view, most downloaded in ScienceDirect, nothing to do with Scopus. Scopus data not used at all in this listing. in reply to rrecheve 2011-08-26
Tag Archive for 'research'
This student needs help conducting research on his Master’s Thesis on “Collaborative Indexing Systems”, i.e. tagging. Please take his 15 minute tagging “survey” if you get a chance. “Tobias Kowatsch, Student of Computer Science in Media at Hochschule Fu
BIGWIG got in trouble with LITA for not using enough LITA branding. However, I am joining LITA because of BIGWIG.
Karen Coombs’ response to Jason’s post and the LITA Letter. “But the truth is that the only way the system changes is if people participate and try to change it.”
A deeper discussion of ALA committees resulting.
A peak at Del.icio.us usability testing. Posted on Flickr of course.
Librarians on the front page of the NYT style section is a GOOD thing. Was it fluffy? Yes. Was it an overall positive portrayal? Yes. Most professions would be thankful for such coverage.
Article on usability professionals.
Brief research article on how closely social networking profiles (on Facebook) match actual personality traits. Replicates earlier findings on personal web pages. “But how accurate are the impressions based on OSNW profiles? Our previous research on pers