Wilson, Max L.
The Exaggerated Role of Perception Within Collaborative Information Seeking
At 2nd International Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking, United States.
This position paper proposes a taxonomy of perception in Collaborative Information Seeking. Individual searchers can have limited perceptions of their own information needs. In Collaborative Information Seeking, however, individuals must convey this need to other people, who then may have a limited perception of the message. Further, the information need may be shared by a group and perceived differently by each member. This paper draws upon the notions of perception from key related fields and defines three dimensions of perception in Collaborative Information Seeking: Direction, Communication, and Subject.
Conference or Workshop Item
||Event Dates: Feb 7 2010
|Venue - Dates:
||2nd International Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking, United States, 2010-02-07
||Electronics & Computer Science
||27 Jan 2010 09:54
||17 Apr 2017 18:34
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