User-centred design of neogeography: the impact of volunteered geographic information on users' perceptions of online map ‘mashups’

@article{Parker2014UsercentredDO,
  title={User-centred design of neogeography: the impact of volunteered geographic information on users' perceptions of online map ‘mashups’},
  author={C. J. Parker and A. May and V. Mitchell},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={2014},
  volume={57},
  pages={987 - 997}
}
  • C. J. Parker, A. May, V. Mitchell
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Ergonomics
  • This paper investigates the influence of presenting volunteered and professionally created geographic information to 101 wheelchair users through an interactive website that included information collected by wheelchair-using volunteers. The aim of this experiment was to understand the influence that (1) knowing a map-based website contains volunteered information and (2) actually including volunteered information within an online interactive map (a mashup) have on the perceived trust of the… CONTINUE READING
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