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Reviews the background to and history of recent research within the UK public library sector. Indicates model features for research and considers the major elements of objectives, purposes, topics/problems, researchers, method and research topics. Discusses relevant research models for public...
Discusses the development of online public access catalogues (OPACs) from their beginnings to recently available systems. Describes research underpinning OPAC design. Considers user requirements and interfaces in more detail and also search software and database design.
Describes the Okapi projects and Okapi′s development as an experimental online catalogue system over ten years. The first Okapi project in 1984 introduced “best match” retrieval and focused on the user interface design. The second investigated word stemming, spelling correction and...
Librarians, their academic colleagues, and students face many challenges as a result of the increase in student numbers and the move to student‐centred learning. At Bristol Business School (BBS), these were addressed by a number of staff development projects. Project 6 researched the lecturer,...
Defines the terms “alternative” and “mainstream” and describes the range of alternative publications in two case studies of small press distributors. The value of such publications lies in their providing interpretations of the world not presented by the mass media and information that is often...
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