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Re: Use Case - Review

From: Benjamin Young <bigbluehat@hypothes.is>
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 10:52:23 -0500
Message-ID: <CAE3H5FLykrz5niMBGswZARtzq-DQJGq=gCVLOPeYQbaNTc1x2Q@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Denenberg, Ray" <rden@loc.gov>
Cc: Web Annotation <public-annotation@w3.org>
If you (plural) would like to help further develop this use case, provide
example data model code, or add more specific variations, you can
contribute on the wiki at:

Thanks, Ray for this use case, and thanks all for the future help that I'm
sure is about to rain down on the use case section of our wiki. ;)


On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Denenberg, Ray <rden@loc.gov> wrote:

> Submitted below is a use case,  ”Review”.
> This use case highlights the need I see for a user to be able to search
> for annotations of a particular “persuasion”  (i.e. type/motivation) on a
> particular resource.  If I write a review of a book and people don’t know
> how to find it, what good is it?
> Ray
> *Review*
> Reviewers  submit  reviews of  resources --  books,  scholarly articles,
> etc.
> A user wants to find reviews of a particular resource.
> *Example*
> Amy is trying to determine whether she wants to read the book *Zookeeper’s
> Wife* by Ackerman; she would like to read reviews. There are many reviews
> - at Publishers Weekly, Goodreads, Amazon, New York Times, NPR, and various
> other web sites.  Amy would prefer to be able to gather a single list of
> reviews (with links), rather than going to various review sites
> individually to look for a review of the book.
> If there is are mechanisms in place whereby
> 1.       whenever a review is written, the reviewer (or a third-party
> annotator) can create an annotation (saying "this review reviews this
> book") ;    and
> 2.       a user can search for all “review” annotations for a specific
> target;
> then Amy can find reviews of *Zookeeper’s Wife - * at least those reviews
> for which Annotations have been created.
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