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Language preference in a bi-language digital library

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Language preference in a bi-language digital library
This paper examines user choice of interface language in a bilanguage digital library (English and Māori, the language of the indigenous people of New Zealand). The majority of collection documents are in Māori, and the interface is available in both Māori and English. Log analysis shows three categories of preference for interface language: primarily English, primarily Māori, and bilingual (switching back and forth between the two).
Te Taka Keegan, Sally Jo Cunningham
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where JCDL
Authors Te Taka Keegan, Sally Jo Cunningham
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