Information Retrieval from the Internet for academic use.

Reyneveld, J. & Weideman M.

Poster in Proceedings of the 9th annual Conference on WWW Applications. 4-7 September. Johannesburg, South Africa.

Reyneveld, J. & Weideman M. 2007. Information Retrieval from the Internet for academic use. Poster in Proceedings of the 9th annual Conference on WWW Applications. 4-7 September. Johannesburg, South Africa. Online: http://web-visibility.co.za/website-visibility-digital-library-seo/

ABSTRACT
Problem
No guidelines could be found in the literature on solving copyright issues associated with digital publication of academic materials

Goals
To identify the academic articles to download, on the topic of website visibility To obtain copyright for academic articles from copyright owners To publish articles in a digital library

Methodology
Obtain articles on website visibility and information retrieval Obtain copyright for relevant articles

Target group
Academics and students who have an interest in website visibility.

Expected Results
Academics and students interested in website visibility to have free access to a virtual library

Conclusion
Copyright and obtaining it, is a gray area. Academics are often not copyright experts. There has to be synergy between the production of digital materials and their legal online publication.
REFERENCES
  1. Ntakumba S. 2004. Archiving issues of digital information sources, incorporating the information preservation dilemma of the digital age. SAJIM 6(1).
  2. Naven AM. 2001. Electronic scholarly journals as information sources. SAJIM 3(2).
Full text of Conference Poster No 0174: Information Retrieval from the Internet for academic use.

Digital Library with full-text of academic publications on website visibility, usability, search engines, information retrievalhttp://web-visibility.co.za/website-visibility-digital-library-seo/

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