A Preliminary Investigation into the Search Behaviour of Users in a Collection of Digitized Broadcast Audio

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Haakon Lund, Mette Skov, Birger Larsen, Marianne Lykke

An increasing number of large digitized audio-visual collections within digital humanities have recently been made available for users. Often access to digitized audio-visual collections is hampered by little and inconsistent metadata. This paper presents the preliminary findings from a study of the search log in a radio broadcast archive. Firstly, results in relation to the identified types of search terms show that the Programme listing category was the most frequently identified category followed by categories of Person and Subject. Secondly, users rarely apply advanced search operators but instead apply phrase or single word queries.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationiConference 2014 Proceedings
EditorsMaxi Kindling, Elke Greifeneder
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationIDEALS
PublisheriSchools
Publication date28 Feb 2014
Pages1046-1050
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-9884900-1-7
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Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2014

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