Learning Everyday Practice on the Web (2011) | Seungyon Claire Lee

Learning Everyday Practice on the Web (2011)

Multimedia Interaction
How people access, consume, keep, and organize web contents

This study explored people’s everyday practice on the web focusing on four activities (access, consume, keep, and organize) and six content types (news, entertainment, social media, knowledge/reference, work-related, real world transaction such as shopping and banking). The purpose of the study is to articulate user segmentation through the web use such as casual user or knowledge worker.


Online survey, statistical analysis

Related publication

A Survey on Web Use: How People Access, Consume, Keep, and Organize Web Content, Lee, S. C., O’brien-Strain, E., Liu, J., and Lin, Q. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI’12,  May, 2012.


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