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Posts Tagged ‘search’

Eight Tips for Super Searching

Posted by bronwynr on May 8, 2009

Plain old Web searching doesn’t do the trick anymore: It yields too much random data, or not what you need. Here’s how to get what you want when you want it—sometimes before you ask for it.

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IA and Search in Action

Posted by bronwynr on February 11, 2009

IA & Search in Action is taking place on the 27th of March in Sydney.

This one day intensive course will give you an exclusive and in-depth knowledge of the search and IA strategies of two leading organisations- the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Griffith University.

By attending the event, you will hear how to:

* Unify content with taxonomies and metadata

* Migrate and manage content across multiple sites

* Design content templates & website style designs

* Conduct user research to improve IA

* Make site administration & publishing easy but effective

* See LIVE IA & search demonstrations

* Benefit from lessons learnt and pitfalls to watch out for

Places are limited to ensure a high level of interaction, so register your place today!

For a copy of the full course brochure, email Louise Badcock at louise dot badcock at keyforums dot com dot au, call us on  +61 2 9436 4255  or visit http://www.keyforums.com.au.

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Hakia

Posted by bronwynr on December 26, 2008

Hakia brings search results from credible sites recommended by librarians.

http://adjix.com/j2rg

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