Rajanen, D., Beyond reading media and interaction behavior : cognitive implications of digitized reading patterns, Information Systems Development: Information Systems Beyond 2020 (ISD2019 Proceedings) August 28-24, 2019 Toulon, France, p. 1-12
Beyond reading media and interaction behavior : cognitive implications of digitized reading patterns
1INTERACT Research Unit, Faculty of ITEE University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland
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|Publish Date:|| 2020-01-17
This paper examines the reading and navigation behaviour when interacting with paper and digital tablet media. An experiment of reading a newspaper in spreadsheet format was conducted. The interaction with the newspaper in the paper and digital setups was video-recorded. Qualitative, visual inspection of the interaction behaviour enabled identification of reading and navigation patterns specific to the reading media. The patterns were quantified as duration to assess the amount of time dedicated for reading in contrast to navigation. The findings show that, in paper reading condition, reading time is higher when compared to tablet condition. On the other hand, the navigation time was generally higher in the tablet than in the paper condition, with possible consequences on the cognitive load. The paper discusses the findings in light of the limited capacity of mediated message processing model and derives implications to the design of digital reading interfaces.
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Information Systems Development: Information Systems Beyond 2020 (ISD2019 Proceedings) August 28-24, 2019 Toulon, France
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International Conference on Information Systems Development
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A4 Article in conference proceedings
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113 Computer and information sciences
The writing of the article was finalized during a research grant I have received from Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation (Project "Climate Change in the News").
© The Authors 2019.