- 15th Jun 2006
- 227mm x 179mm x 20mm
Portals: People, Processes, Technology
SECTION 1: CORE THEMES
1. Definitions and debates - Andrew Cox 2. Portals or filters? Identifying quality on the internet - Andrew Madden 3. Portal architectures - Tom Franklin 4. Personalization initiatives in the public and academic domains - Mark Hepworth, Steve Probets, Fadi Qutaishat and Geoff Walton 5. User needs analysis and evaluation of portals - Panayiotis Zaphiris, Aspasia Dellaporta and Dean Mohamedally 6. Managing portal services - Stephen Emmott
SECTION 2: THE LIBRARY AND THE PORTAL
7. Ready to use: consumer, subject and other public portals - Ian Winship 8. Portals and university libraries - John A. MacColl 9. Library portals - Ron Davies SECTION 3: THE PORTAL IN THE CORPORATE SECTOR
10. Information at your fingertips: B2E portal as a strategic tool for today's workforce - Ly Fie Sugianto and Dewi Rooslani Tojib 11. Enterprise information portals - Martin White
SECTION 4: PORTALS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
12. Community portals and the e-Confluence Zone: where bottom-up meets top-down - Stephen Musgrave 13. Portal implementation in UK higher education institutions: a comparative analysis - Yvonne Klein 14. MyUU: a case study of the Utrecht University portal - Peter Schelleman
SECTION 5: THE FUTURE
15. The future of portals? - Balviar Notay 16. Managing web-based information in an arts and humanities research environment - Jared Bryson 17. Portals and Web 2.0 - Chris Awre
Dr Andrew Cox is a Lecturer in Information Management at the Department of Information Studies, Sheffield University.
"Overall, I think this is quite an interesting book that unpicks a number of problems and issues relating to the successful institutional use of portals - especially within library systems."
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