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A study of online catalog searching behavior of high school students
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information needs and behavior of high school students. The findings across the articles overall yielded similar results. As more is written about this user group, new discoveries should be made. Researchers have tended to use similar approaches to studying the information needs and behavior of high school students. During this study, participants searched online for sources about an assigned research topic, saved the sources, and then evaluated them. For the searching and saving tasks, the Coagmento collaborative search system was used ().The Coagmento system has been used in several studies of individual and collaborative information seeking (González-Ibáñez et al., , .
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Planning strategies to address the problems.”(1) This study investigated the search behavior of high school students using an online catalog. By examining students’ actions in this environment in detail, the study attempted to pinpoint both general and specific problems the school library.
School Library Media Quarterly, v22 n1 p Fall Reports on a study of the information searching behavior of 35 high school students. Problems that the students had searching an online catalog are identified, and implications for instruction are by: THIS STUDY INVESTIGATED (1) the relationship of high school students' online catalog search performance and their academic achievement and (2) the relationship of the students' online catalog performance and their verbal, quantitative, and analytical abilities.
Thirty-five high school juniors participated in the study. A set of search problems and two standardized tests—the Tests of Author: Shu-hsein Chen. Behavior analysis isn’t often taught in high schools but what if we could assign one book about behavior analysis to all high school students.
High school is the time that many students are deciding what it is they will do or study following graduation. Many are introduced to Psychology more generally but few learn about Behavior Analysis in. Fig. 1 displays the eight criteria used for coding the research results.
By destination we were looking to see where the students would begin their search and what degree of specificity they sought in order to orient themselves to their evaluation refers to their online behaviors as the results of their searches manifested.
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colleagues () found similar results. Even among high school students, Fidel et al. () found that misspellings created problems when searching. Their study examined Web use behavior and found that keyboarding errors, particularly when typing in URLs, were frequently a hurdle for searchers.
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