Posts Tagged 'discovery'

6 things I am wondering about discovery

More musings on and scrutiny of the knots of Discovery services… from Aaron Tay.

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Redesigning the item record summary view in a library catalog and a discovery interface

Read @acrl_tech

Information literacy & improving user experience – is there a conflict?

Discovery services – the one-box search – may allow librarians to focus less on teaching tools and more on teaching concepts and processes. @Musings on Librarianship

“How users search the library from a single search box”

How users search a prominent, single search box on the NC State University library web site. Read article Via Distant Librarian

How are discovery systems similar to Google? How are they different?

How the Summon discovery system differs from Google/Google Scholar @MusingsAboutLibrarianship

Google and the future of search

Searching the internet may be about to change.

This year, Google will roll out what it calls its Knowledge Graph, the closest any system has yet come to creating … “the semantic web,” the version that could itself provide answers, not links to answers. (For the crux of the subject, jump down pass Amit Singhal photo.) @Guardian Read more …

E-discovery with QR codes

Libraries need ways to connect what is in the physical library to digital holdings. QR codes are one possible solution. Read more … @AL Technology in Practice
Noteworthy on this subject also are: this, this presentation, and this article


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