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Evaluation and Requirements Elicitation of a DL Annotation System for Collaborative Information Sharing

Hansen, Preben and Pejtersen, Annelise Mark and Albrechtsen, Hanne (2007) Evaluation and Requirements Elicitation of a DL Annotation System for Collaborative Information Sharing. In: First International DELOS Conference on Digital Libraries, 13-14 Feb 2007, Pisa, Italy.

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Abstract

We describe an expert evaluation for user requirement elicitation of an annotation system - The Digital Library Annotation Service, DiLAS, that facilitates collaborative information access and sharing. An analytical evaluation was conducted as a Participatory Group Evaluation, which involved presentation beyond the written papers of the objectives and rationale behind the development of the prototype. The empirical evaluation of DiLAS consisted of two experiments. The first evaluation experiment was a bottom up evaluation of the usability of the interface using a qualitative approach. The second stage of our evaluation moved towards a broader work context with a User and Work Centred Evaluation involving an entire, collaborative task situation, which required knowledge sharing on a common real life work task. This paper describes a first evaluation stage in an iterative evaluation process, and the preliminary result is a set of requirements that will inform the next stage of the DiLAS.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information:Published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science; 4877, pages 177-186.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Collaborative Knowledge Sharing - Evaluation - Work Task - Annotation - Design - Usability - Requirement Elicitation
ID Code:2682
Deposited By:Vicki Carleson
Deposited On:22 Feb 2008
Last Modified:18 Nov 2009 16:13

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