Guest Post: Digital Library Interfaces (via LibraryTechTalk)

A good digital library interface is one that supports its users information seeking behavior. Think about a physical library; its "interface" – stacks, catalogs, and the Dewey decimal system – aren't too friendly in some ways. A person looking for information on a subject (if they can't find a librarian) has to search a catalog, write down call numbers, look at a map of the library and then check the shelves. If the book isn't there, there's no e … Read More

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