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Internet Librarian: Analysis of Library Home Pages

I’m presenting at Internet Librarian today, speaking on an analysis of library home pages. Here’s a link to the ppt as well as to the list of libraries I used for the analysis (large file: 1.7MB).

Update: I’ve re-analyzed that data and provided the results here in a more recent post.  [6/19/07]

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  1. Allan Mirwis

    I am the Readers Services Librarian at Kingsborough Community College (CUNY). Your articles is of great interest to me as I’ve been working on a similar project analyzing the instructional content of the homepages of American academic libraries. I would be most interested in reading more about your project and sharing with you the results of mine. Send any materials not available through e-mail to Kingsborough Community College Library, 2001 Oriental Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11235 or p. 917-295-1541. Thanks.

    Posted on 07-Oct-09 at 7:47 pm | Permalink

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  1. [...] For the past year I’ve been working on a project using Archive.org to categorize a sub-set of academic library home pages according to their browse and search structures. Next week I’ll present this data at ALA during the Monday 6/26 poster session at 1pm. But for now, here’s a quick overview of some of the findings. This is an update to the data presented last year (2006) at Internet Librarian. [...]

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