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臺灣成年民眾數位閱讀載具與閱讀行為之現況調查

序號 3
刊名 大學圖書館
年份 2015
出版月份 3月
卷期 Vol.19 No.1
作者 陳世娟;邵婉卿
作者任職單位 輔仁大學圖書資訊學系助理教授;國家教育研究院編譯發展中心助理研究員
摘要

在網路資訊和數位內容為主流的世紀,使用電子載具進行閱讀已經成為現代人生活中不可或缺的一部份,本研究即在調查臺灣成年民眾數位閱讀使用載具的現況及其數位閱讀內容的行為。本研究採電話問卷訪談,成功訪談樣本數為1,089 份。調查結果為臺灣成年民眾使用數位閱讀的載具多是桌上型電腦,平常進行數位閱讀主要是瀏覽網頁與查詢資訊;有接近一半的民眾表示會每天都會進行數位閱讀,九成以上的民眾是在住家或宿舍進行數位閱讀;民眾數位閱讀內容,依序是新聞、社群網絡,近七成的民眾得知數位閱讀內容的管道是自己上網查得;民眾進行數位閱讀的主要目的是休閒娛樂,偏好數位閱讀內容的呈現形式是以文字為主,並較喜歡閱讀一次可以讀完的短篇數位內容;有五成的民眾表示持有行動載具後進行數位閱讀的頻率增加;民眾認為數位閱讀的優點是隨時可上網閱讀,缺點為眼睛容易疲勞。本調查結果發現性別、年齡、教育程度等人口變項皆會影響臺灣民眾使用電子載具及進行數位閱讀的行為。

關鍵字 數位閱讀線上閱讀螢幕閱讀閱讀載具電子書
頁碼 41-69
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DOI doi.org/10.6146/univj.19-1.03
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Title A Survey of Taiwanese Adults’ Digital Reading Devices and Behavior
Author Shih-Chuan Chen, Wang-Ching Shaw
Author's title Assistant Professor, Department of Library and Information Sciences, Fu Jen Catholic University;
Abstract

The Internet and digital reading are indispensable and important for modern people in the 21th century. The purpose of this study is to explore the current state of digital reading of Taiwanese adults and to investigate their digital reading behavior. The method of telephone interviews was used in this study, with a total of 1,089 interviews successfully conducted. We limited our participants to adults aged 20 and totally got 1,089. Most Taiwanese adults used desktop computers as their digital reading carrier to browse the web and query information. Half of the participants expressed that they conduct digital reading daily. Most of the participants conducted daily digital reading at home or dorm. The priority of the participants’ digital reading contents was news, the social network, and contents from Internet searching engines. Some of the digital reading purposes were entertainment. More than half of the participants prefer to read the text-based digital contents and short articles in digital format. About half of the participants expressed that their digital reading frequency increases after they use digital reading tools. The participants thought that the advantage of digital reading is its accessibility at any time, while the shortcoming of digital reading is eye fatigue. We found that using digital reading carriers for digital reading has been very popular in Taiwan, and gender, age, education and other demographic variables would affect the use of digital reading carriers.

Keywords digital readinge-booksOnline readingreading devicesscreen reading
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超文件的閱讀與資訊搜尋

序號 3
刊名 大學圖書館
年份 2008
出版月份 3月
卷期 Vol.12 No.1
作者 蘇諼
作者任職單位 天主教輔仁大學圖書資訊學系副教授
摘要

透過網際網路超文件連結,將使用者由書目資料連接到電子館藏資訊,已經是重要的圖書館服務內涵之一。科技的創意發展,使得螢幕上的閱讀與紙面上的閱讀差距也已經變得很小,不過電子寫作與閱讀中的一項主要優點就是「超文件特性」,這項特質究竟能夠在那些方面讓讀者受惠?超文件的非線性本質如何與複雜迂迴的論述相配合呢?而超文件的架構是否會令使用者迷惑甚至迷失在其中呢?為了探討超文件的特質;超文件閱讀與紙本式閱讀的差異;與其在資訊搜尋行為上所造成的影響,本研究利用觀察法與個人訪談法,針對21位大學部與研究所學生進行調查,研究發現超文件閱讀者約可區分為知識追尋者、功能探索者與冷漠使用者等三種類型,而學科主題與個人興趣是超文件資訊搜尋行為的重要影響因素,而大多數的學生對於電子書的超文件架構均抱持正面的觀感。

關鍵字 線上閱讀資訊搜尋超文件非線性資訊尋求行為
頁碼 43-61
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Title Online Reading and Information Search through Hypertexts
Author Sherry Shiuan Su
Author's title Associate Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Fu-Jen Catholic University
Abstract

One of the most innovative library services to evolve in the Internet era is reference linking, the capacity to transmit bibliographic data through hypertext links and to connect users with the full richness of electronic collections with ease. The development of information technology has shortened the distance between online reading and reading printed media. However, how can hypertextuality, one of the most prominent characteristics of online reading and writing, benefit information users? How can the nonlinearity of hypertext become compatible with the complexity of textual contents? Will the structure of hypertexts make users lost and confused? In order to explore these issues relating to the characteristics of hypertext, how hypertext compares with printed texts and its impact on information users, this study utilized observation and interviews to collect data from 21 college students. Three types of hypertext readers are identified by navigational profile: the knowledge seeker, the feature seeker and the apathetic hypertext user; subject matters and individual interests are found to have an impact on information seeking behavior in the hypertext environment; and most of the college students are seen to hold positive views towards the hypertext structure in electronic books.

Keywords HypertextInformation searchNonlinear information seeking behaviorOnline reading
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