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Web Accessibility
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The increasing provision of Web-based information resources has moved from a simple text interface to dynamic and interactive designs. Expand
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Access to electronic resources by visually impaired people
  • J. Craven
  • Computer Science
  • Inf. Res.
  • 1 July 2003
TLDR
Research undertaken by the Centre for Research in Library and Information Management has sought to enhance understanding of information seeking behaviour of blind and visually impaired people when using digital resources. Expand
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Non-Visual Access to the Digital Library (NoVA): The Use of the Digital Library Interfaces by Blind and Visually Impaired People
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The information seeking behaviour of visually impaired people has been explored in this study to develop further understanding of user behaviour with web based resources. Expand
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Communicating knowledge: how and why UK researchers publish and disseminate their findings
This report looks at how researchers publish and why, including the motivations that lead them to publish in different formats and the increase in collaboration and co-authorship. It also exploresExpand
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The usability and functionality of an online catalogue
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We investigate the usability of the user interface to an online catalogue and explore how user assessment of both system usability and functionality can provide recommendations for the improved design. Expand
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Linear Searching in a Non-linear Environment: The Information Seeking Behaviour of Visually Impaired People on the World Wide Web
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The information seeking behaviour of visually impaired people was explored in the Non-visual Access to the Digital Library (NoVA) project, undertaken by the Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM). Expand
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The MEDLINE UK filter: development and validation of a geographic search filter to retrieve research about the UK from OVID MEDLINE
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We develop and validate a geographic search filter to retrieve research about the UK from OVID medline with high recall and precision. Expand
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Recording Database Searches for Systematic Reviews - What is the Value of Adding a Narrative to Peer-Review Checklists? A Case Study of NICE Interventional Procedures Guidance
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This paper discusses the value of open and transparent methods for recording systematic database search strategies, showing how they have been applied at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the United Kingdom. Expand
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Web accessibility: a review of research and initiatives
Digital technology provides the potential to widen access to information by allowing more people to access information in a format of their choice and from a location convenient to them. DespiteExpand
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