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Integrating Dublin Core metadata for cultural heritage collections using ontologies
Metadata interoperability is an active research area, especially for cultural heritage collections, which consist of heterogeneous objects described by a variety of metadata schemas. In this paper we propose an ontology-based ...
Enforcement of information seeking behavior through digital library services
Digital library are complex information systems, comprised by core and value added services. The current study attempts to collect through a qualitative approach users’ opinions about the usage, usefulness and usability ...
Could social tags enrich the library subject index?
Social tagging aims to generate folksonomies through the users’ collaboration and activation. This paper is motivated by the trend of several libraries to adopt social tagging functionalities and presents a tag analysis ...
Using qualitative research methods for the improvement of collaborative information searching tools design
Regarding the change of information seeking to a collaborative activity, DLs as dynamic information systems, have to adopt collaboration searching tools. This study investigates the degree of collaboration in information ...
Critical constructs of digital library interaction
The perception of fundamental dimensions of digital library (DL) interaction requires the deep exploration of interactive events. Interaction in DLs depends to a great degree on the content they provide. The present study ...
Εκπαίδευση Αρχειονόμων και Βιβλιοθηκονόμων και Κυβερνητική πληροφορία
(Γενική Γραμματεία Ενημέρωσης και Επικοινωνίας, 2014)
Developing a Formal Model for Mind Maps
Mind map is a graphical technique, which is used to represent words, concepts, tasks or other connected items or arranged around central topic or idea. Mind maps are widely used, therefore exist plenty of software programs ...
An exploration of the research trends in the digital library evaluation domain
Evaluation is a vital research area in the digital library domain, demonstrating a growing literature in conference and journal papers. In this poster we present the research trends that governed the field within the decade ...
The exploitation of social tagging in libraries
Nowadays, many libraries have developed social tagging services, after the considerable use of social tagging and deployment as key components of Web 2.0. Another set of libraries have enriched the search and indexing ...