AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND STANDARD RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION (ANZSRC) SEBAGAI BAGAN KLASIFIKASI UNTUK INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY

Faizuddin Harliansyah

Abstract


A classification scheme has an important function in the organization of information. In its hierarchical structure, the classification chart can help users search for documents or items stored in an online database or repository through common subjects to more specific sub-subjects. Searching in this way will have significant benefits if the classification chart used is sufficiently adequate as a means of classifying documents or scientific work items stored in a repository. In this article the author will discuss the potential of Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) to serve as a classification chart in the repository; Advantages and disadvantages of ANZSRC in its function as a classification chart; Strategy for implementing ANZSRC as a classification chart in the repository; and etc.

Keywords


classification scheme; ANZSRC; Institutional Repository

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