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Web usage mining for Web site evaluation

Myra Spiliopoulou
2000 Communications of the ACM  
Making a site better fit its users.  ...  T he Web has become a borderless marketplace for purchasing and exchanging goods and services.  ...  Further, informal comments from the test persons may be gathered and used in the evaluation. This methodology is pursued by Eighmey in his field study of multiple commercial Web sites [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/345124.345167 fatcat:st2bh2dafndv5n6grvmtnuzcw4

Usability evaluation for museum web sites

D Cunliffe
2001 International Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship  
The paper presents a case study illustrating Web evaluation issues from a computing perspective, using methods appropriate to the non-professional development environment.  ...  Evaluation is essential for determining whether a Web site is meeting the needs of its users and should be part of an ongoing process, from initial conception to long-term maintenance and development.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks are due to both Stephen Alsford, Webmaster at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, and the National Museum of Science and Industry (NMSI) for providing access to internal reports  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0260-4779(01)00017-6 fatcat:m2flim3vhfehfhwzcckfpdueam

Usability Evaluation for Museum Web Sites

Daniel Cunliffe, Efmorphia Kritou, Douglas Tudhope
2001 Museum Management and Curatorship  
The paper presents a case study illustrating Web evaluation issues from a computing perspective, using methods appropriate to the non-professional development environment.  ...  Evaluation is essential for determining whether a Web site is meeting the needs of its users and should be part of an ongoing process, from initial conception to long-term maintenance and development.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks are due to both Stephen Alsford, Webmaster at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, and the National Museum of Science and Industry (NMSI) for providing access to internal reports  ... 
doi:10.1080/09647770100201903 fatcat:dmweqorl5nbrbob7ojd4u2jxyi

Evaluating and designing Web site quality

L. Mich, M. Franch, L. Gaio
2003 IEEE Multimedia  
The 2QCV3Q model helps developers evaluate Web site quality from both owner and user viewpoints.  ...  It highlights elements that, when suitably combined, permit thorough site assessment and guide development.  ...  We thank Paolo Furlani for his help with tool analysis and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2003.1167920 fatcat:pjpicbpuvbcdddcpgtw2xa6luq

Multi-level evaluation of web site navigability

S Vaucher, H Sahraoui
2010 2010 12th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution (WSE)  
Both navigability models at the page and site levels are implemented as Bayesian Belief Networks to manage explicitly the uncertainty of web site evaluation.  ...  The results showed that our model allows discriminating correctly between web sites having a good navigability and randomly-selected web sites.  ...  To evaluate the proposed model, we conducted a study on a sample of real web sites.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wse.2010.5623563 dblp:conf/wse/VaucherS10 fatcat:xbidkkukfzfdxgctiv256bwkli

Quantitive evaluation of Web site content and structure

Christian Bauer, Arno Scharl
2000 Internet Research  
Describes an approach automatically to classify and evaluate publicly accessible World Wide Web sites.  ...  Outlines a research methodology for model building and validation and defines the most relevant attributes of such a process. A set of operational criteria for classifying Web sites is developed.  ...  In most cases, manual evaluation relies on the judgments of individual analysts on certain Web sites.  ... 
doi:10.1108/10662240010312138 fatcat:zewuf65ggvfxvk4xowuoj55poa

Usability Evaluation of Public Web Mapping Sites

C. Wang
2014 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Thus, increased users of web mapping sites led to more usability studies.  ...  <br><br> Firstly, the development progress for usability studies were described, and simultaneously several usability evaluation methods such as Usability Engineering (UE), User-Centered Design (UCD) and  ...  Discussion The research can assist us evaluate the usability of the four web mapping sites.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-4-285-2014 fatcat:b3sqknocrjbrdmlf6h5qivweca

Evaluation of art museums' web sites worldwide

John Pallas, Anastasios A. Economides
2008 Information Services and Use  
Methodology Based on the previous studies on museums' sites evaluation, our research on e-commerce and e-learning sites evaluation, discussions with many colleagues and our personal experience and knowledge  ...  Relevant literature on museum's web site evaluation Although there are several previous studies on web sites' evaluation, there is not a comprehensive mechanism for systematically assessing all components  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-2008-0554 fatcat:5sk3zpmewvdb3jknqhyst7o2za

Developing Evaluation Methodologies for the Retreat Setting: A Case Study

Erin E. Block
2006 Journal of College and Character  
The current study employed an instrument developed with content experts to evaluate a student retreat experience.  ...  The purpose was to enhance future retreat experiences, aid in justifying funding, and provide an example to other program developers by stressing the importance of appropriate evaluation methodologies.  ...  The model of evaluation utilized for the present case study is the Kirkpatrick (1998) model (shown in Figure 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.2202/1940-1639.1244 fatcat:adh2eqhfeja3vkkm2xu75yt6qa

Developing Evaluation Methodologies for the Retreat Setting: A Case Study

Erin E Block
2006 Journal of College and Character  
The current study employed an instrument developed with content experts to evaluate a student retreat experience.  ...  The purpose was to enhance future retreat experiences, aid in justifying funding, and provide an example to other program developers by stressing the importance of appropriate evaluation methodologies.  ...  The model of evaluation utilized for the present case study is the Kirkpatrick (1998) model (shown in Figure 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.2202/1940-1639.1565 fatcat:zu6u6wsdczawdadpmjvgeprrka

Evaluating the Usability and Content Usefulness of Web Sites

Shahizan Hassan, Feng Li
2005 Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations  
This article presents a framework for evaluating the usability and content usefulness of Web sites by using the benchmarking approach.  ...  The framework was tested for its applicability by evaluating four political Web sites in Malaysia.  ...  There are also attempts to design methodologies for benchmarking and assessing the quality of Web sites.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jeco.2005040104 fatcat:laofdcm5efgvjerlu3bwmvc4ma

Web site quality evaluation in Higher Education Institutions

Vera Silva Carlos, Ricardo Gouveia Rodrigues
2012 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
To measure Web site quality we used Aladwani's and Palvia's instrument [2] , which evaluates quality from the user's perspective.  ...  The main conclusion of our study relates to the fact that HEI aren't committed to using the Web site as an effective marketing tool and, therefore, much work still needs to be done.  ...  We also report on quality and on Web quality, specifically in the context of HEI. Then, we identify the methodology used.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2012.09.030 fatcat:itf63fxlnfccnd7rjhyyrz3i2a

Empirical evaluation of one of the relationships between the user, search engines, metadata and Web sites in three- letter .com Web sites

M. Weideman
2004 South African Journal of Information Management  
A large number of authors make a case to urge Web site authors to make use of HTML and the DCMI metatags respectively.  ...  In both cases, the [owner(s) of] Web pages need users to view and respond to their Web site content. Relationship W2 'Web pages NEED search engines.'  ...  The user hereby waives any claim he/she/they may have or acquire against the publisher, its suppliers, licensees and sub licensees and indemnifies all said persons from any claims, lawsuits, proceedings  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v6i3.312 fatcat:zpco675vyrfxlpxcq2dothba7m

A Model for Web-Intelligence Index to Evaluate the Web Intelligence Capacity of Government Web Sites of Sri Lanka

Prabath Abeysiriwardana, S. Kodituwakku
2016 British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science  
This paper presents a model to evaluate web intelligence capability based on weight to key functionalities with respect to web intelligence.  ...  It uses existing data in web to produce new data, knowledge and wisdom to support decision making and new predictions for web users.  ...  Materials and Methods This section describes the materials used in this study and the overall research methodology.  ... 
doi:10.9734/bjmcs/2016/22654 fatcat:wlmchpz64nbzrfxu7sjjrck6hi

People with Disabilities: Automatic and Manual Evaluation of Web Sites [chapter]

Helen Petrie, Gerhard Weber
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Unified Web Evaluation Methodology (UWEM) is an outcome of the WAB Cluster.  ...  In essence the set of accessibility problems is larger than those of single web pages, if complete web sites are being studied by users with special needs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11788713_23 fatcat:uksxkc77ardkhbaarjcf7zxjwm
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