Study: Facets on the web
This is the project homepage for my thesis:
The Use of Faceted Analytico-Synthetic Theory as Revealed in the Practice of Website Construction and Design
Everyday Classification: Website taxonomy A panel presentation at ASIST AM 2006, Austin TX
November 3-8, 2006[ppt]
A multi-faceted view: Use of facet analysis in the practice of website organization and access. Presented at the 9th International ISKO Conference, in
Vienna July 4th -7th, 2006 [abstract] [ppt] Austria
(1) Presentation: Facets, facet analysis and faceted search Taxonomy Community of Practice conference call:
April 27th, 2005– Taxonomies and Search . Hosted by Earley and Associates. [Presentation] .
(2) Adventures in faceted classification: A brave new world or a world of confusion? Presented July, 2004 in
at the ISKO conference. Paper [rtf] Presentation [.pdf] This paper revisits 75 e-commerce websites, first selected and examined by Adkisson's study, Use of Faceted Classification. (table of comparative results) London
[*] In Calvin Mooers' words, "Facet provides an analytical tool; that is, the idea of facet allows you to peel the onion of an idea" [Vickery, B. (1966). Faceted classification schemes. In
S. Artandi(Ed.). RutgersSeries on Systems for the Intellectual Organization of Information. v. 5. (pp. 13-14). New Brunswick, NJ: Graduate School of Library Science at Rutgers University.]
Please do not hesitate to contact Kathryn La Barre with any questions or comments.
of Library and Information Science, Graduate School . [10 January, 2006] Universityof Illinois
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