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  • Re-designing Greenstone for Seniors

    Bennett, Erin Kay (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    The golden generation have a wealth of experience and knowledge from throughout their lifetimes that younger generations wish to retain. In our technology filled world an obvious means of collecting this information is ...
  • Tailoring the Greenstone ‘Librarian’ for seniors: Eliciting metadata and browsing structures

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bennett, Erin Kay (Wiley, 2011)
    This paper describes a ‘cultural probe’ study underpinning a user-centered re-design of the Greenstone digital library system's collection creation sub-system (the Greenstone ‘Librarian’), with a focus on assisting seniors ...
  • Understanding collection understanding with collage

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bennett, Erin Kay (Springer, 2008)
    A streaming collage visualization of images extracted from the collection’s documents has been proposed as an effective tool for gaining a comprehensive overview of a digital library collection (“collection understanding”). ...
  • Usability of Greenstone's ‘Librarian’ to create and maintain a digital library: The case of senior users

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bennett, Erin Kay (Wiley Online Library, 2011)
    While Greenstone is a versatile tool for creating and managing digital collections, its interface is not well suited for senior users. As we age, our usability requirements for software change; the mismatch between interfaces ...

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