FAQ – Why are keyword tags useful in an article or case-study?

Why are keyword tags useful in an article or case-study?

weADAPT uses keywords to describe and characterize the different content on weADAPT. Specifically, keywords are used to ‘tag’ articles and case studies with the locations, topic(s), contexts and risks, the methods used (where appropriate), and other pertinent information. In this way, the keywords section provides a snapshot of what that article or case study covers. 

In weADAPT, these keywords are dynamic – when you click on a keyword you are provided with all the content on weADAPT that has been tagged with that keyword. This helps you to quickly find and explore related content. It also enhances the visibility of your publication  when others use keyword tags to search content. These keywords also drive weADAPT’s faceted search facility, and we are increasingly using them to filter and cluster content in smarter ways, to improve navigation of the platform. 

You can see keywords associated with an article or case-study in the right-hand column. Clicking on one of these tags returns all of the content tagged with that keyword, enabling you to quickly find a wealth of related content. 

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