NoTube Archive Browser

Thank you for participating in our research.

Start by selecting a programme from the randomly generated list on the right. Spend as much or as little time as you like over the next seven days to browse through this video collection and add programmes that you'd like to watch to your playlist using the [+] link beside each programme. If you get stuck, click on 'shuffle' to get a new random set of programmes.

You can use this application as many times as you want during the course of the week. You can access the playlist you make until the end of the NoTube project (March 2012). See the help for more information about how you can use the playlist.

Please email us if you come across any bugs or would like to ask us any questions.



NoTube Archive Browser study consent form

The BBC (NoTube research project) invites you to participate in a research study relating to a different way of navigating programmes in Redux. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of this navigation technique. More information about the study is here.
Your involvement in this study will require you to browse a video collection and add programmes of interest to a playlist. You'll be able to browse as little or often as you like over a period of 7 days. At the end of the trial, you'll be able to keep the playlist and refer back to it (you'll be given a URL).
If you give your email addresss, your playlist data will be temporarily linked to your email address. This is because we may invite you to participate in a follow-up study about programme recommendations.
At the end of the NoTube project in March 2012 we will destroy all identifying data from this experiment.

In order to take part in the study please read the following statement and check the box if you agree to participate.

"I freely and voluntarily consent to be a participant in the research on the topic of the navigation of large on-demand video collections to be conducted by Libby Miller and Vicky Buser on behalf of the NoTube project. Specifically, I have been asked to take part in a browsing task.
I understand that if at any time during the task I feel unable or unwilling to continue, I am free to leave. That is, my participation in this study is completely voluntary, and I may withdraw from it at any time without negative consequences. In addition, should I not wish to answer any particular question or questions, I am free to decline. My name will not be linked to any research materials, and I will not be identified or identifiable in any report subsequently produced by the BBC or the NoTube project."

I have read and understood the above consent to participate in the study.
My consent is not a waiver of any legal rights.

I give my consent:

We'd like your email address in order to contact you again about follow-up studies, but if you don't want us to, that's fine, you can still participate without an email addresss - just leave it blank. We will respect your privacy and take good care of your data..

Your email:

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Instructions

Please spend as much or as little time as you like over the next seven days to browse through this video collection and add programmes that you'd like to watch to your playlist using the [+] link beside each programme. If you get stuck, click on 'shuffle' to get a new random set of programmes.

You can use this application as many times as you want during the course of the week. You can access the playlist you make until the end of the NoTube project (March 2012) - please bookmark the permalink for the playlist if you want to do this (under 'playlist').

This is an experiment for people inside the BBC. You are welcome to share links, but only to BBC colleagues (sorry!)

More information about this prototype is here.

About NoTube

NoTube is a three year EU-funded project about Web and TV. There's more information on our website. The BBC is one of thirteen partners in the project.

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To report a bug, please email libby.miller at bbc.co.uk enclosing this information:

 
           

The more detailed information you can include about what you were doing and what the problem was, the better. Feel free to include a screenshot if that illustrates the problem.