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Abstract: The evolution of the Internet and the World Wide Web continually exceeds expectations with the swift pace of technological innovations. Information is added, and just as quickly becomes outdated at a rapid pace. Researchers have found that Digital materials can provide access to primary source materials and connect the researcher to institutions virtually. This article provides some basic definitions and presents an overview of digital library projects, archival resources, and access challenges to the Deep Web… Show more

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“…Some proposals to facilitate this adaptation have been made, e.g., facilitating the indexing of online public access catalogues (OPACs) (Lewandowski, 2010) or promoting the semantic identity of libraries (Arlitsch, 2017;Arlitsch, OBrien, Clark, Young, & Rossmann, 2014). Contrasting with this openness to search engines, web invisibility has been defended by some researchers, who point to benefits in finding accurate and quality information in the shortest possible time, despite the need for specialist personnel (Alyami & Assiri, 2018;Devine & Egger-Sider, 2004;Su, 2009). This is especially important in sectors like medicine, where quality and up-to-date information is vital.…”
Section: Seo and Librariesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some proposals to facilitate this adaptation have been made, e.g., facilitating the indexing of online public access catalogues (OPACs) (Lewandowski, 2010) or promoting the semantic identity of libraries (Arlitsch, 2017;Arlitsch, OBrien, Clark, Young, & Rossmann, 2014). Contrasting with this openness to search engines, web invisibility has been defended by some researchers, who point to benefits in finding accurate and quality information in the shortest possible time, despite the need for specialist personnel (Alyami & Assiri, 2018;Devine & Egger-Sider, 2004;Su, 2009). This is especially important in sectors like medicine, where quality and up-to-date information is vital.…”
Section: Seo and Librariesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to Su (2009), the term invisible web emerged in 1997, along with other synonyms including deep web or hidden web. It refers to the content of data that traditional search engines cannot reach (Mayr & Lewandowski, 2006).…”
Section: Theoretical Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Su (2009) points out that the Internet connects researchers with academic institutions and provides several tools for electronic access to information sources. Additionally, digital sources provide researchers with quick and direct access to the basic sources of information.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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