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Tuesday, 31st March 2009

Report: How People Read Books Online: Mining and Visualizing Web Logs for Use Information

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This paper explores how people read books online. Instead of observing individuals, we analyze usage of an online digital library of children’s books (the International Children’s Digital Library). We go beyond typical webpage-centric analysis to focus on book reading in an attempt to understand how people read books from websites. We propose a definition of reading a book (in comparison to others who visit the website), and report a number of observations about the use of the library in question.

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Source: Human-Computer Interaction Lab, U. of Maryland


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