SUPPORTING NEWS READING AND DISCOVERY THROUGH  DIRECTED ONSITE INFORMATION SHARING
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Presented in Webist Conference (http://www.webist.org/) in Porto, Portugal 21st of April 2012.

Presented in Webist Conference (http://www.webist.org/) in Porto, Portugal 21st of April 2012.

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SUPPORTING NEWS READING AND DISCOVERY THROUGH  DIRECTED ONSITE INFORMATION SHARING SUPPORTING NEWS READING AND DISCOVERY THROUGH DIRECTED ONSITE INFORMATION SHARING Presentation Transcript

  • Supporting News Reading and Discovery Through Directed Onsite Information Sharing Pia Tukkinen1, Mikko Pohja1, Katarina Segerståhl2, Suvi Silfverberg2 and Petri Vuorimaa11. Department of Media Technology, Aalto University, Finland2. Helsinki Institute of Information Technology (HIIT), Aalto University / University of Helsinki, FinlandContact: firstname.lastname@aalto.fi / firstname.lastname@hiit.fi
  • Sharing Online News - Exercise
  • Case: Aamulehti Newspaper
  • Case: Aamulehti Newspaper
  • Current Elements Supporting NewsReading
  • Reading and Sharing News Online
  • Reading and Sharing News Online (Leino, Finnberg, Räihä. 2011)
  • Reading and Sharing News Online
  • Reading and Sharing News Online
  • Reading and Sharing News Online
  • Reading and Sharing News Online
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Social Onsite Toolbar
  • Field trial: Three User Groups, Ten days
  • Semi-structured Interviews, In-SItu
  • Couple in Distant Relationship
  • Sisters and their other halves
  • Work Buddies, Electronic Superstore
  • Reasons not to adopt the service
  • No Fear of Spamming
  • Local and mutually Relevant Content
  • Clear understanding of FB material
  • Include Group Discussions
  • Notifications and awareness
  • Conclusions
  • Thank You! Questions? Comments? pia.tukkinen@aalto.fi