MAY 2004

Implementing an Effective Website Search Facility

Written by , published May 28th, 2004

Categorised under: articles, search tools

This checklist suggests that a number of issues should be considered when designing and implementing search facilities. The items in the checklist are, however, not mandatory. The checklist has been provided as a guide to help agencies to consider a range of issues that may improve search facilities.

This checklist has been created for staff responsible for websites, including those in website or intranet teams. The information within this checklist may also be relevant to senior program managers, IT managers and others. This checklist focuses on non-technical issues.

This article was written by James Robertson, and then reviewed and revised by AGIMO, the Attorney-General’s Department, the Bureau of Meteorology, the Health Insurance Commission, CSIRO and the Content Management Community of Practice.

Full article: Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO)

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One Comment:

  1. Интересный пост, спасибо вам. Интересует только вопрос – будет ли продолжение? :)