Library 2.0兒童智慧圖書館群智互動介面之建置

Translated title of the contribution: Library 2.0兒童智慧圖書館群智互動介面之建置

劉仲成, 吳可久, 邱子恒, 陳圳卿

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A smart library that encompasses apps in mobile navigation technology may help children easily find books and to stimulate children's interest in self-learning. These apps should provide an interactive platform that also enriches the metadata of library collections by incorporating reflections from crowdsourcing. Applying a crowdsensing concept in such an app allows readers to share and interactively manage library bookshelfing. Data, such as ‘Likes’ and comments collected and analyzed using collective intelligence, can be used to recommend books to varied readers. To develop this innovative experience of a smart library, four projects were performed, which included the following: (1) an interactive mobile interface design for collective intelligence, (2) an icon-based theme and collective intelligence classification by readers for library collections, (3) a book recommendation system with collective intelligence technology for self-learning readers, and (4) an investigation of children's user experiences of using the app interface. Understanding the changing ideas of a digital native about their information utilization under library mobile technologies may help subsequent applications be applied to various public libraries.
Translated title of the contributionLibrary 2.0兒童智慧圖書館群智互動介面之建置
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)1-36
Number of pages36
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - Nov 15 2020


  • Smart library
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Visualized interface
  • Theme classification
  • Information seeking behavior


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