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Users’ Understanding of Search Engine Advertisements Lewandowski, D. (2017). Users’ Understanding of Search Engine Advertisements. Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice, 5(4), 6–25. Download: Publisher Version Abstract In this paper, a large-scale study on users’ understanding of search-based advertising is presented. It is based on (1) a survey, (2) a task-based user study, and (3) an online experiment. Data …

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Does it matter which search engine is used? A user study using post-task relevance judgments Sünkler, S., & Lewandowski, D. (2017). Does it matter which search engine is used? A user study using post-task relevance judgments. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 54(1), 405–414. Download: Preprint / Publisher Version Abstract The objective of this research was to find …

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A Framework for Designing Retrieval Effectiveness Studies of Library Information Systems Using Human Relevance Assessments Behnert, C., & Lewandowski, D. (2017). A framework for designing retrieval effectiveness studies of library information systems using human relevance assessments. Journal of Documentation, 73(3), 509–527. Download: Preprint / Publisher Version Abstract Purpose This paper demonstrates how to apply traditional information retrieval evaluation methods based on …

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Relevance Clues – Developing an Experimental Design to Examine the Criteria Behind Relevance Judgments Behnert, C. (2017). Relevance Clues – Developing an Experimental Design to Examine the Criteria Behind Relevance Judgments. In M. Gäde, V. Trkulja, & V. Petras (Hrsg.), Everything Changes, Everything Stays the Same? Understanding Information Spaces. Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium of Information Science (ISI 2017), …

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Are Ads on Google Search Engine Results Pages Labeled Clearly Enough? Lewandowski, D., Sünkler, S., & Kerkmann, F. (2017). Are Ads on Google Search Engine Results Pages Labeled Clearly Enough? In M. Gäde, V. Trkulja, & V. Petras (Hrsg.), Everything Changes, Everything Stays the Same? Understanding Information Spaces. Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium of Information Science (ISI 2017), Berlin, …

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Die Suche nach dem „Wie…“ – Tutorials als Gegenstand der Suche Kerkmann, F., Sünkler, S., & Schultheiß, S. (2017). Die Suche nach dem „Wie…“ Information – Wissenschaft & Praxis, 68(1), 58–66. Download: Publisher Version Abstract Anleitungen zu verschiedensten Themen, sogenannte Tutorials, erleben seit einiger Zeit einen regelrechten Boom im Web. Immer mehr Angebote werden online gestellt; entsprechend steigt auch der …

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Is Google responsible for providing fair and unbiased results? Lewandowski, D. (2017). Is Google Responsible for Providing Fair and Unbiased Results? In M. Taddeo & L. Floridi (Hrsg.), The Responsibilities of Online Service Providers (Bd. 31, S. 61–77). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. Download: Preprint / Publisher Version Abstract This chapter discusses the responsibilities of Google as the leading search engine provider to …

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