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The “Nomenclature of Multidimensionality” in the Digital Libraries Evaluation Domain
Digital libraries evaluation is characterised as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary domain posing a set of challenges to the research communities that intend to utilise and assess criteria, methods and tools. The ...
An exploration of the digital library evaluation literature based on an ontological representation
Evaluation is a vital research area in the digital library domain, demonstrating a growing literature in conference and journal articles. We explore the directions and the evolution of evaluation research for the period ...
Exploring usefulness and usability in the evaluation of open access digital libraries
Advances in the publishing world have emerged new models of digital library development. Open access publishing modes are expanding their presence and realize the digital library idea in various means. While user-centered ...
Current research on theory and practice of digital libraries: best papers from TPDL 2017
This volume presents a special issue on the 2017 edition of the theory and practice of digital libraries (TPDL) conference, held in Thessaloniki, Greece. We provide a brief overview of TPDL 2017 and introduce the selected ...
An Ontological Representation of the Digital Library Evaluation Domain
Digital library evaluation is a complex field, as complex as the phenomena it studies. The interest of the digital library society still remains vibrant after all these years of solidification, as these systems have entered ...