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Searching Proprietary Scholarly Content – Moderator’s notes Dr. Péter Jacsó Dept. of Information & Computer Sciences University of Hawaii Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting June 3, 2004 San Franciscohttp://www2.hawaii.edu/~jacso/conferences.htm (2)
Search & Discovery Tools for scholarly info§ Multiple sources, multiple publishers§ Invisible to Web-wide search engines§ Rendered in HTML/PDF on request§ Spiders don’t ask questions§ Integrating the popular and the healthy information discovery and search tools Jacsó
Federated, Integrated, Meta, Multi, Poly Search Engines§ It is as easy as herding cats, but …§ Let them discover your best & expensive sources§ Good old directories are not enough§ Instant gratification thirst quenching§ In …. they trust, and only in …§ Sisyphusian efforts monotheistic adulation Jacsó
John Regazzi’s Survey for NFAIS talk
How To Do It? –(Remember: You can lead a horse to the river, but…) Alternative Approaches § Send patrons to resources (tell where water may be) § Advise resources for query (tell which rivers have water) § Lead the patrons to the resource (and hope they will drink) § Bring them insta-quenchers & the sites (cups of water and the buckets [for more and/or purified water]) Jacsó