Building up a Digital Library with Greenstone: a Self-Instructional Guide for Beginner's

Rajasekharan, K. and Nafala, K. M. Building up a Digital Library with Greenstone: a Self-Instructional Guide for Beginner's., 2007 [Guide/Manual]


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The purpose of this manual is to serve as a self-instructional guide to those who want to build greenstone collections with Greenstone digital library software 2.72 independently. The manual can be used as a training hand-out for exposure training that long for one or two days. The basic approach of the manual is to include the essential and easy-to-learn things and to exclude everything else that cannot be learned by new users. In exposure training, please refrain from showering a lot of information of complex nature to the new participants who cannot digest them all. That many dispel some of them from greenstone. Practice reminds that learning happens in the form of layers one over the other. When the first layer is not stable, you cannot build up the subsequent layers. This manual deals with the first layer of knowledge on implementation of greenstone. Advance features are not dealt with in this manual. We express our gratitude to Dr. John Rose for the enthusiasm he has shown in clarifying our doubts, helping us learn newer changes and suggesting corrections in the draft, without which the document would have more infirmities. Some others have also pointed out a few corrections. Thanks to them.

Item type: Guide/Manual
Keywords: Greenstone digital library, information technology, archives, archiving, KILA library, Kerala Institute of Local Administration
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology > LD. Computers.
Depositing user: Rajasekharan K
Date deposited: 12 Mar 2007
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:06


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