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The use and awareness of Web 2.0 tools by Greek LIS students
The aim of this paper is to investigate the use of Web 2.0 tools and their use by Greek library science and information systems (LSIS) students; to study to what extent students use these tools both in everyday life and ...
Implementing enhanced OAI-PMH requirements for Europeana
Europeana has put in a stretch many known procedures in digital libraries, imposing requirements difficult to be implemented in many small institutions, often without dedicated systems support personnel. Although there are ...
A survey on the importance of learning object metadata for relevance judgment
The purpose of this study was to investigate university students' perceptions about the usefulness - importance of learning object metadata elements of the UK LOM Core application profile when judging the relevance of ...
Aggregating Metadata for Europeana: the Greek paradigm
Europeana is an evolving service that tries to be a single access point for Europe’s cultural heritage. The metadata aggregation for Europeana is a procedure that needs interoperability and software tools for transforming ...
A Comparative Study of International and Greek Search Engines
A study was carried out by Greek students in March 2011 to investigate a variety of Greek and international search engines. The study looked at how search engines respond to user experience in the search for information ...