Web Information-Seeking and Interaction
 SIGIR 2007 WISI Workshop 27 July 2007, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

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'I'll just Google it!': What Can we Learn from Google's Success when Designing Electronic Legal Resources?
Stephann Makri, Ann Blanford, Anna Cox (University College London)

Towards Evaluating the User Experience of Interactive Information Access Systems
Leif Azzopardi (University of Glasgow)

Interaction Pool: Towards a User-Centered Test Collection
Hideo Joho, Robert Villa, Joemon Jose (University of Glasgow)

Increasing the Speed of Information Access on the Mobile Web using HTML Feature Extraction
Andreas Komninos, Chris Milligan (Glasgow Caledonian University)

Comparing System Evaluation with User Experiments for Japanese Web Navigational Retrieval
Masao Takaku (Research Organization of Information and System); Yuka Egusa (National Institute for Educational Policy Research); Hitomi Saito (Aichi University of Education); Hitoshi Terai (Nagoya University)

A Query with Two Terms or Four Facets with Boolean Logic - Successful Strategies in Web Search
Anne Aula (Google Inc.)

Separating Human and Non-human Web Queries
Yuye Zhang, Alistair Moffat (University of Melbourne)

Using Subjunctive Interfaces to Show Web Retrievals in Context
Aran Lunzer (Hokkaido University)

Measuring the Navigability of Document Networks
Mark Smucker, James Allan (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Revisiting Informativeness as a Process Measure for Information Interaction
Luanne Freund (University of Toronto); Elaine Toms (Dalhousie University)

Position paper: User Interactions with Results Summaries
Frances Johnson (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Position paper: Web Page Relevance - What are we measuring?
Diane Kelly (University of North Carolina)

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