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Children’s Adaptable Internet Searching in a Changing Search Landscape. Beth Foss HCIL Symposium, 2014. The Changing Search Landscape. Interfaces in Flux. Social Influence. Mobile Devices. Children’s Internet Searching Studies. Time. 2013. 2008. Age. 10/11 Year olds. Ages 7, 9, 11.

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Children’s Adaptable Internet Searching

in a Changing Search Landscape

Beth Foss

HCIL Symposium, 2014

the changing search landscape
The Changing Search Landscape

Interfaces in Flux

Social Influence

Mobile Devices

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Time

2013

2008

Age

10/11 Year olds

Ages 7, 9, 11

Ages 10-15

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crintvisprasadent =

current vice president

schedule

scedwal =

Spelling1

Unfamiliar Vocabulary2

Difficulty Formulating Queries3

conifer

“coin-ee-fer” =

cache

“cash-ay” =

“I don’t know what to type.”

1. (e.g. Gossen et al., 2011)

2. (Kafai& Bates, 1997; van der Sluis & van Dijk, 2010)

3. (Duarte Torres, Hiemstra, & Serduykov, 2010)

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Expandable

Grid

This Changes

Text Box

Search Button

Things

Query Completion

Filters

]Result

]Page Title

URL[

]Snippet

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Does this:

Look more like this…

Or this?

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“Something to the right.”

“Here, but I’ve never seen this thing before.”

Don’t Use Wikipedia!!!

Not Useful for Homework

Good Stuff Starts!

Wait, Huh?

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2014

2013

2008

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Children are aware of very few features of the search interface

What three features are most important for them to know?

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(26%)

(20%)

(18%)

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(34%)

(28%)

(24%)

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Striking visual contrast, interactive graphics, and quickly accessible tools attract children’s attention

Guide children towards using helpful interface features using visual cues

social influence
Social Influence

http://www.marketingtypeguys.com/social-media-marketing/

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Device Co-Use

Co-Located

Social Media

Email

Asynchronous

Text, Voice, & Video Chat

Online Gaming

Synchronous

Remote

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Children are more technologically social now than in the past, and socially engage in a variety of ways

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Very social users

Lower skill level

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Future research into whether devices limit search skill development and encourage social use

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Children are responsive to the changing search landscape

Social computer use engages children

Friends provide search knowledge

Visual interface design impacts young searchers

Area of future research

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Thank You!

*Research funded by Google Faculty Research Awards

efoss@umd.edu www.elizabethfoss.info