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|Title:||Investigating the influence of reading habits and design features on perceived acceptance of e-book systems - A case study on Flip Viewer Xpress||Authors:||Theng, Y.-L.
Flip Viewer Xpress
|Issue Date:||2010||Citation:||Theng, Y.-L.,Ramany, A.P.,Chee, C.J.,Siong, T.K.,Beng, H.S. (2010). Investigating the influence of reading habits and design features on perceived acceptance of e-book systems - A case study on Flip Viewer Xpress. Proc. of the IADIS Int. Conf. Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2010, IHCI, Proc. of the IADIS Int. Conf. Game and Entertainment Technologies 2010, Part of the MCCSIS 2010 : 105-112. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Due to the variety of tools and devices available for reading e-books, readers are faced with a sense of ambiguity over what would best serve their interests. This calls for more studies on users to be placed at the forefront of designing e-books. Using Flip Viewer Xpress as an exemplary e-book system, this study developed a theoretical model to investigate the determinants and effects of reading habits and design features on users' acceptance of e-book systems. Findings show Flip Viewer Xpress was useful for browsing and scanning as well as selective and linear reading, but in contrast to earlier studies on e-book systems, Flip Viewer Xpress was also suitable for in-depth and concentrated reading as well as repeated reading. The paper concludes with a discussion on the factors that affect users' perceptions of acceptance of Flip viewer, in particular, and e-book systems in general.||Source Title:||Proc. of the IADIS Int. Conf. Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2010, IHCI, Proc. of the IADIS Int. Conf. Game and Entertainment Technologies 2010, Part of the MCCSIS 2010||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/111598||ISBN:||9789728939182|
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