Cognitive Styles within an Exploratory Search System for Digital Libraries

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Goodale, P.; Clough, P.; Fernando, S.; Ford, N.; Stevenson, M.;
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Purpose\ud – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of cognitive style on navigating a large digital library of cultural heritage information; specifically, the paper focus on the wholist/analytic dimension as experienced in the field of educational inf... View more
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