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    Title: 我國電子書使用現況與體驗模式研究
    Authors: 賴玲玲
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系
    Keywords: 電子書;可用性;iPad;E-book;usability;iPad
    Date: 2010-11
    Issue Date: 2012-05-07 15:23:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自2007年Kindle推出,至目前iPad的風行,本研究探討消費者對於電子書的觀感、目前使用情形,以及對於電子書及閱讀器的體驗與期待。本研究發現,目前消費者對於電子書的閱讀經驗和期待多由電腦閱讀電子書而來,因此許多體驗層次仍停留在需要被系統提醒或提示的階段。介面設計人員必須注意提示使用者操作的重要性,期許在優使性較佳的介面中,使用者能輕鬆自在的使用更貼近紙本的閱讀經驗。此外,研究資料顯示使用者期望在閱讀時可以針對書的內容加以劃線註記、閱讀到哪一頁可以針對該頁面放置書籤,或是可以將購買後的書籍借閱給他人閱讀,可以將書中的文字複製、貼上在新的畫面中等功能,可見使用者希望能延續過去紙本閱讀經驗或以電腦閱讀電子書時的經驗能出現在電子書閱讀器中。本研究顯示對於硬體及系統方面,電子書相關業者仍有相當的進步空間,建議在未來開發新產品時,可進行少量多次的可用性測試,以期能從使用者角度出發設計出貼近使用者需求的電子書及閱讀器。
    This study examines the consumer's perception of e-books, the current usage, experience and expectations. The result shows that readers’ behaviors are still influenced by the computer from. In addition, data show that users expect to cross the note, place the bookmark, copy and paste text, etc. This study also demonstrates that the hardware vendors and systems provider, and e-books related companies still have room for improvement. To develop new products, should have usability testing to closer users’ view and demand.
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