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1Given, L.M. ; Ruecker, S. ; Simpson, H. ; Sadler, E. ; Ruskin, A.: Inclusive interface design for seniors : Image-browsing for a health information context.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 58(2007) no.11, S.1610-1617.
Abstract: This study explores an image-based retrieval interface for drug information, focusing on usability for a specific population - seniors. Qualitative, task-based interviews examined participants' health information behaviors and documented search strategies using an existing database (www.drugs.com) and a new prototype that uses similarity-based clustering of pill images for retrieval. Twelve participants (aged 65 and older), reflecting a diversity of backgrounds and experience with Web-based resources, located pill information using the interfaces and discussed navigational and other search preferences. Findings point to design features (e.g., image enlargement) that meet seniors' needs in the context of other health-related information-seeking strategies (e.g., contacting pharmacists).
Themenfeld: Suchoberflächen ; Visualisierung
2Simpson, H.: ¬The management of electronic information resources in a corporate environment.
In: Electronic information resources and historians: European perspectives. Proceedings of the workshop organized by the British Library, Research and Development Department, British Academy, and the International Association for History and Computing, 25-26 June 1993. Ed.: R. Ross et al. London : British Library, 1993. S.24-48.
(BLRD report; 6122)
Abstract: Large multinational corporations produce and acquire vast volumes of information in the course of their business. Information management strategies are being developed in many large organizations to manage this assett effectively, enabling the organization to achieve crucial business abjectives in addition to controlling costs. Electronic systems are being used to store the increasing volumes of information. Raises issues about the management of this information such as how the culture, organization and pace of change within the company affect the management of information, particularly this availability for use by third parties in the longer term
Themenfeld: Dokumentenmanagement ; Information Resources Management