Collaborative Information Seeking and Its Application In Tourism


Project funded by Australian Research Council (ARC), Amount: $360,000

2017-2019 (3 years)

The project aims to better understand group behaviour of information seeking. The project builds models and develops guidelines for understanding and supporting collaborative information seeking behaviour in the context of tourism. It is expected to benefit the Australian tourism industry, making it easier for tourists to find information and improving tourists’ overall experience.

Project Progress

I gave a talk entitled “The Role of Information in Smart Tourism: A Tourist-focused Perspective” at 2017  IFITT Workshop on Smart Tourism, the slides are here


Participants recruitment (招募来澳旅行的年轻中国游客)