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Title: Assessing use intention and usability of mobile devices in a hybrid environment
Authors: Veronikis, Spyros
Issue Date: 2012-03-03
Keywords: Digital library evaluation
Mobile devices
Interaction
Event: International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, TPDL 2011
Abstract: During the last decades many information providers, such as libraries, have been collecting, organizing and delivering information in both print and digital format, forming a hybrid information environment. However, exploration of a hybrid information environment does not result in a unified seeking experience, which exploits most effectively the available resources. This paper aims to identify the main factors that influence the adoption of wireless, mobile devices (e.g., smartphones) as a means of integrating the information seeking process in hybrid envi- ronments. Therefore it presents a prototype system and an evaluation study that provides an insight about the services design.
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