Studying screen interactions long-term: the library as a case

Marije Kanis, Maarten Groen, W.T. Meys, Mettina Veenstra

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Abstract

This paper presents the design and long-term study of BiebBeep, a large interactive touchscreen that has been developed with the aim to augment the information and social function of a library. BiebBeep displays user-generated and context-relevant content, such as information about local events and book trailers. The system’s distinctive feature is that people can add information to the screen themselves, such as tweets and Flickr photos, so that the library and its visitors can inform and connect with each other. For more than a year, the BiebBeep system has been iterated and studied in the library. The research approach presented is an exemplar of the study of a public screen in situ for long-term to best meet the demands for its actual use in present and future.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationONBEKEND
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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