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Presentation by Wilma Roem to WUR/IAALD Meeting: Making Agricultural Information Available and Accessible, Wageningen, 13 November 2008.

Presentation by Wilma Roem to WUR/IAALD Meeting: Making Agricultural Information Available and Accessible, Wageningen, 13 November 2008.

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  • 1.   Wilma Roem NL Meeting Making Agricultural Information available and accessible Wageningen 13 November 2008
  • 2. Repository on LEISA Information on Low External Input and Sustainable Agriculture LEISA Network: Network of ILEIA and 6 partner organisations that produce the LEISA Magazines
  • 3. LEISA Network web page: http://www.leisa.info
  • 4. Exchange knowledge within Network of partner organisations Exchange knowledge with broader community, authors/readers and beyond
    • Objectives Interactive LEISA Website:
    • Create online LEISA community
    • Provide Open Access to LEISA Information/knowledge
    • Facilitate the Exchange of experience based information
    • Facilitate Network communication
    Knowledge Network for sustainable agriculture
  • 5. Online Network Data Bases provide:
    • Portal for articles LEISA Magazines (4100)
    • Contacts: experts and organisations (2000)
    • References: Library (7000)
  • 6. LEISA articles
    • Practical experiences
    • Sustainable agricultural approaches
    • Small-scale farming
    • Lessons learned
    • Written by people involved
    • Publish these stories in 6 languages
    • For practitioners and….
  • 7.  
  • 8. Open Access
    • Access to collection of full text articles
    • Both PDF and HTML format
    • Facilitate translation
    • Acknowledge the source of the information
    • Open Archive (OAI) Format
    • RSS feed in development
  • 9.  
  • 10. Number of readers Total readership of all editions of the printed magazine is about a quarter of a million Total number of visits LEISA website pages is 80000 per month
  • 11. Review Website
    • EUFORIC
    • Comparison with other websites
    • Strengths and weaknesses
      • Amount of information, many visitors
      • Not very visible international, search function
    • Report with recommendations
    • Improvements in progress
  • 12. Review website 2008 LEISA website dominates the document collection for specific subjects within sustainable agriculture
  • 13. Implementations:
    • Google analytics
    • Global edition its own pages
    • Social book marking
    • RSS feeds
    • New search page
  • 14.  
  • 15. Visitors
    • Number of visitors and number of pages visited, number of countries and referring sites where visitors come from, for each edition
    • average per month (Google analytics)
          10 19 2.8 100 China 18 50 3.9 400 India 18 60 2.7 343 West Africa 51 65 2.7 1820 Brazil 119 66 2.2 7960 Latin America 44 100 2.8 1200 Global edition 214 138 4.0 5566 LEISA home page Referring sites Countries pages viewed visitors Edition
  • 16. Future developments
    • Marketing and communication
      • Name
      • Style sheets
    • New series of digital teaching manuals
      • Wiki’s
    • Network communication
      • DGroups
      • BLOG
  • 17. Questions for discussion
    • How to get PDF files better noticed by Google?
    • Increase referring sites?
    • Cooperate more between repositories?

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