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My second interview

Posted by Nick on December 2, 2008

Some of the stuff that came out in this conversation is quite interesting – though my interview technique still needs some work and I do at one point refer to my ideas for a “Nirvana for the repository”. ¬†Cringe!

My second interview…

Though I intended to focus on PERSoNA, this interview necessarily takes in Open Access and the repository in general, the second half is more PERSoNA.

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What are YOUR Web habits?

Posted by Nick on June 20, 2008

As part of the session on Monday (16:00-16:45) I would like to ask participants to feed back their own stories of their personal Web habits/work flow.

Some unstructured questions:

  • What is your home page and why?
  • Which particular social networking tools do you use?
  • What sort of information are you most interested in?
  • How do you manage your path through that information?
  • Do you differentiate between user generated content and “authorative” material on the web?
  • Do you use a Web 2.0 “repository” – SlideShare; Flickr; YouTube?
  • Do you use a more “formal” repository – institutional; subject based?
  • What factors encourage you to use a “repository” (or not)?

These are just off the top of my head so my final question is “What other questions could I ask?”

Thanks!

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