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dc.contributor.authorN, Vasantha Raju-
dc.contributor.authorHarinarayana, N S-
dc.description.abstractWeb sites have become organizational main door. Today’s digital natives want information to beavailable via World Wide Web. They want the container of the information to be simple and easyto use. Usability studies have been concentrating on developing and design user-centeredwebsites. The location of the library web objects help user to navigate and retrieve informationeasily. The study examined 75 library web sites to identify the location of library web objects (about us, my account, help, link back to home, OPAC, search box and ask a librarian). The study found that “search box” and “link back to home” web objects were located in top left and top right corner of the library websites as same in the case with e-commerce web sites. Thestudy help library web designer to improve the usability of library websites.en_US
dc.publisherInflibnet Centeren_US
dc.subjectLibrary Websitesen_US
dc.subjectLibrary Websitesen_US
dc.subjectUsability studiesen_US
dc.subjectWeb designen_US
dc.subjectAcademic librariesen_US
dc.titleIdentifying the Location of Web Objects: A Study of Library Web Sitesen_US
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