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GSBL: Giving Germany’s Most Comprehensive Chemical Substances Data Pool a Convincing Face

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Barthel, Stefan (Federal Environment Agency)
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Zischner, Karsten (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences)
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Minx, Gunnar (Federal Environment Agency)
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Chapter Workshop Usability and user oriented process models for EMS
Volume Proceedings of the 28th Conference on Environmental Informatics - Informatics for Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Risk Management
Conference EnviroInfo 2014 - ICT for Energy Effieciency
Oldenburg, 2014
Year 2014
Abstract of the Article
This paper describes the concept of the user-oriented redesigning process of the Joint Substance
Data Pool of the German Federal Government and Federal States (GSBL). The GSBL contains at
all relevant information on 63.000 pure chemical substances, 320.000 mixtures of substances and
207.000 concerning legal regulations. Redesigning is necessary, because current and potential
users are not satisfied with the usability of the retrieval application and the search result
presentation. The substance search is partially so complex that trainings courses and detailed
instruction manuals are inquired. In order to achieve a tailor-made solution for current and
potential key users as well as for user that have or have not been used the GSBL’s retrieval
application before, a promising redesigning process is introduced and established usability
techniques are utilized.
Pages 789 - 794
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