Category Archives: Search Redevelopment Project

News relating to the redevelopment of Libraries Australia Search Service.

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Fine-tuning the advanced search

When you use the advanced search form to do a title/author search, or when looking for an ISBN, Libraries Australia only looks for your search terms within certain MARC tags. Libraries Australia includes more than a hundred different search indexes more…

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Site visits and surveys

Site visits Back in the middle of 2012, Kenji and I got out from behind our desks and went to visit some Libraries Australia users at theirs. This was an opportunity for us to see people using Libraries Australia Search more…

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Who are we designing LA search for again?

The Libraries Australia Search Redevelopment (LASR) project is based on a user-centred design (UCD) methodology.  Fundamental to UCD is to have a good understanding of the types of people who use LA search, what they use it for, and under more…

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Project update presentation available

Want to know a little more about the Project? A presentation about the Project was given by Project team members Joanna Meakins and Laurel Paton at the Libraries Australia Forum in October. It includes information such as Project goals, research, site visits, more…

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Welcome to the Libraries Australia Search Redevelopment Project

A welcome from Marie-Louise Ayres, Assistant Director-General, Resource Sharing Division. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my first year with Libraries Australia, it’s that our members love to communicate and are wonderfully generous with their thoughts and insights. A more…

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