Alexandria digital library: user evaluation studies and system design

  title={Alexandria digital library: user evaluation studies and system design},
  author={Linda L. Hill and Larry Carver and Mary Larsgaard and Ron Dolin and Terence R. Smith and James Frew and Mary-Anna S. Rae},
The Alexandria Digital Library (ADL) is one of the six digital library projects funded by NSF, DARPA, and NASA. ADL’s collection and services focus on information containing georeferences: maps, images, data sets, text, and other information sources with links to geographic locations. During this study period, three different user interfaces were developed and tested by user groups. User feedback was collected through various formal and informal approaches and the results fed back into the… CONTINUE READING

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