|Source||ACM Digital Library|
|Publisher||Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)|
|Abstract||The references were inadvertently removed from an article entitled "Assisting E-Government Users with Animated Talking Faces" in the January-February 2007 issue of <interactions>. We apologize for this oversight. The information is available below. 1. Cullen, R., O'Connor D., Veritt A. An Evaluation of Local Government Web sites in New Zealand. In The World of EGovernment (ed. Curtin G.C., Sommer M.H., Sommer V.), Haworth, 2003. 2. Foglia P., Prete C.A., Zanda M. Modelling Public Administration Portals. In Encyclopaedia of Portal Technology and Application (ed. Tatnall A.), Idea Group (in press). 3. Haxby J.V., Gobbini M.I., Furey M.L., Ishai A., Schouten, J.L., Pietrini P. Distributed and overlapping representations of faces and objects in ventral temporal cortex. Science, Sept. 28; 293(5539):2405-7, 2001. 4. Nielsen J. Talking-Head video is boring online, AlertBox, Dec. 5, 2005. 5. Qiu L., Benbasat I. An Investigation into the effects of text-to-speech voice and 3D avatars on the perception of presence and flow of live help in electronic commerce. ACM Transactions on Computer Human Interaction (TOCHI), 12(4); 2005. 6. Reis F. E-Government: Internet based interaction with the European businesses and citizens; Statistics in Focus; Eurostat, 2005. 7. Stewart O., Huerta J.M. Transition relevance place: a proposal for adaptive user interface in natural language dialog management systems. ACM SIGCHI Conference Work in progress, 2006.|
|Age Range||18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG|
|Learning Resource Type||Article|
|Publisher Place||New York|
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