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Opportunities for Remote Collaboration in a Social Web Search Model That Integrates Parents and Children

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Traditionally, search engines are designed to support a single user working alone. However, the construction of knowledge is enriched when one adds collaboration to search tasks. We identified opportunities for remote collaboration in a Social Web search model that integrates parents and children guided by 5W + 1H (who, what, where, when, why, how) dimensions. Our social search model aims at improving the search process for children. We found 7 opportunities for remote collaboration on the search process, based on implicit-explicit interactions.

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Rocha Silva, S. , Xexéo, G. and da Silva Jr., M. (2014) Opportunities for Remote Collaboration in a Social Web Search Model That Integrates Parents and Children. Social Networking, 3, 127-133. doi: 10.4236/sn.2014.32016.

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