Journal article

Enhanced browsing in digital libraries: Three new approaches to browsing in greenstone

D McKay, P Shukla, R Hunt, SJ Cunningham

International Journal on Digital Libraries | Published : 2004

Abstract

Browsing is part of the information-seeking process, used when information needs are ill-defined or unspecific. Browsing and searching are often interleaved during information seeking to accommodate changing awareness of information needs. Digital libraries often do not support browsing. Described here are three browsing systems created for the Greenstone digital library software. © Springer-Verlag 2004.

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