publication . Article . 2016

Influence of Information Product Quality on Informing Users: A Web Portal Context

Junghyun Nam;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Nov 2016 Journal: Informing Science The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, volume 19, pages 381-409 (issn: 1547-9684, eissn: 1521-4672, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Informing Science Institute
Abstract
Abstract Web portals have been used as information products to deliver personalized, feature-rich, and flexible information needs to Internet users. However, all portals are not equal. Most of them have relatively a small number of visitors, while a few capture the majority of surfers. This study seeks to uncover the factors that contribute the perceived quality of a general portal. Based on 21 factors derived from an extensive literature review on Information Product Quality (IPQ), web usage, and media use, an experimental study was conducted to identify the factors that are perceived by web portal users as most relevant. The literature categorizes quality fact...
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free text keywords: web portal, web portal quality, information quality, information product quality, perceived quality; intention to use, Library and Information Sciences, lcsh:Information technology, lcsh:T58.5-58.64, Web modeling, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Enterprise portal, Web design, World Wide Web, Mashup, computer.software_genre, computer, Web standards, Web development, business.industry, business, Web page, Internet privacy, Computer science
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