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The requirements document is an Attachment. Sent to Shayne 20 June 2007.

Some other ideas for "Browse" access from other repositories: 

1. UQ eSpace

The main menu looks like this:

Browse:

by Author Name   
by Subject                   
by Organisational Unit
by Year                        
by Latest additions

Download Statistics                         

Top 50 UQ eSpace authors
Top 50 papers
Most viewed - Last 4 weeks | This year | All years
All statistics - by Date | by Country
Website Statistics (AWStats)

Recently Added Items              

Centre for Efficiency & Productivity Analysis               
Centre for Economic Policy Modelling               
Workshop output               
Queensland Brain Institute

There is also a Browse Communities link at the top right-hand corner of the screen.

2. Flinders Academic Commons

Browse

Communities & Collections
Titles
Authors
By Date

3.  ARROW (Monash)

Browse

Title
Author
Date
Subject
Resource Type

4.  ARROW @UniSA

Browse

Title
Author/Creator
Subject
School/Research Centre
Date
Resource Type
Collections

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  1. Jun 20, 2007

    Message sent to Shayne 20 June 2007:

    Shayne, 
    Further to this, I think what we are really talking about here is different ways of browsing the content belonging to the NEER community. Is it possible to do what UQ has done (http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/ - using the Fez software) and replace the word "Collections" on the main NEER screen with something like "Browse NEER Collection"?

    It would then look more like this:

    Browse NEER Collection
    by Author
    by Institution
    by Research Area

    It would also be good to add:
    by Year
    by Latest Additions

    "Year" would need to be a series of logical collections built from year of publication, each covering a span of five years and going back to at least 1970.
    "Latest Additions" would need to be a series of logical collections built from the date on which an object is authorized for release. Perhaps one collection for each of the last five working days?

    How feasible is this??
    Thanks.
    Toby