May 12, 2006

A-Z indexes: A painful exercise in mindreading?

Hmmm. Although our A-Z index does require a bit of mindreading, I think it is much more effective than is suggested in this article by Brian Donohue. This is probably because at Universities we are so focused on departments which have unambiguous names. That is what is in the index, not references to pieces of content.

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