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1 Beth Foss HCIL Symposium, 2014 Children’s Adaptable Internet Searching in a Changing Search Landscape

2 Mobile Devices Social Influence Interfaces in Flux The Changing Search Landscape

3 Children’s Internet Searching Studies

4 Time Age Ages 7, 9, 11 Ages /11 Year olds

5 Children’s Current Search Experience

6 Spelling 1 Unfamiliar Vocabulary 2 Difficulty Formulating Queries 3 “coin-ee-fer” = crint vis prasadent = “I don’t know what to type.” 1. (e.g. Gossen et al., 2011) 2. (Kafai & Bates, 1997; van der Sluis & van Dijk, 2010) 3. (Duarte Torres, Hiemstra, & Serduykov, 2010) scedwal = “cash-ay” = current vice president schedule conifer cache

7 Text Box Expandable Grid Search Button Things This Changes ] Result ] Page Title URL [ ] Snippet Query Completion Filters

8 Does this: Look more like this… Or this?

9 “Something to the right.” “Here, but I’ve never seen this thing before.” Don’t Use Wikipedia!!! Not Useful for Homework Good Stuff Starts! Wait, Huh?

10 Interfaces in Flux

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12 What three features are most important for them to know? Children are aware of very few features of the search interface

13 (26% ) (20%) (18% )

14 (34% ) (28% ) (24% )

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17 Striking visual contrast, interactive graphics, and quickly accessible tools attract children’s attention Guide children towards using helpful interface features using visual cues

18 Social Influence

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20 Device Co-Use Social Media Text, Voice, & Video Chat Online Gaming Co-Located Asynchronous Remote Synchronou s

21 Children are more technologically social now than in the past, and socially engage in a variety of ways

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23 Friends are more accessible via technology, and have become a major source of search knowledge

24 Mobile Devices

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26 Lower skill level Very social users

27 Future research into whether devices limit search skill development and encourage social use

28 Children are responsive to the changing search landscape Visual interface design impacts young searchers Social computer use engages children Friends provide search knowledge Area of future research

29 Thank You! *Research funded by Google Faculty Research Awards


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