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POE 2.0: exploring the potential of social media for capturing unsolicited post occupancy evaluations

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POE 2.0 : exploring the potential of social media for capturing unsolicited post occupancy evaluations. / Dalton, Ruth; Kuliga, Saskia Felizitas; Hoelscher, Christoph.

In: Intelligent Buildings International, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2013, p. 162-180.

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Dalton, R, Kuliga, SF & Hoelscher, C 2013, 'POE 2.0: exploring the potential of social media for capturing unsolicited post occupancy evaluations', Intelligent Buildings International, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 162-180. https://doi.org/10.1080/17508975.2013.800813

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Dalton, Ruth ; Kuliga, Saskia Felizitas ; Hoelscher, Christoph. / POE 2.0 : exploring the potential of social media for capturing unsolicited post occupancy evaluations. In: Intelligent Buildings International. 2013 ; Vol. 5, No. 3. pp. 162-180.

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abstract = "This paper presents a scoping study in which unsolicited, user feedback of Seattle Public Library was gathered from selected social media and user-review websites to determine the viability of utilising social media as a novel and unconventional approach to POE. Fourteen social media/review websites were surveyed and all available review-data were extracted. This resulted in a rich dataset of almost 500 reviews, which were subject to further analyses of temporal and geographic patterns, numerical ratings and the semantic content of the reviews. The study{\textquoteright}s results suggest building users are quite willing to share, without solicitation, their experiences. The results showed: a high proportion of local reviewers (40%); highly regular, temporal patterns of posting, suggesting a sustained interest in reviewing over a period of seven years; numerical ratings suggesting that comments were not dominated by highly opinionated, extreme reviewers but represented a broad range of views; geographic differences in the semantic content of the reviews. The paper suggests that highly valuable information is currently available from peer-to-peer networks and that this forms a new class of POE-data which is radically different to current POE paradigms. It concludes that this data might be most valuable through augmenting, and not supplanting, traditional POE.",
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