This page contains various resources to help you get started with XTF. First there are tutorials that give first-hand experience adapting XTF to individual purposes. Next are some PowerPoint talks covering what XTF, how it compares, and its features. Finally there are miscellaneous useful papers and reference materials.
Tutorials to help you get started with XTF
- Getting Started: An XTF Tutorial For Beginners: This tutorial, which has been given twice as a workshop, is a good starting place to get XTF running and complete some basic customizations.
- Media collections at the University of Sydney Library: Rowan Brownlee’s beginner’s guide to configuring XTF for presenting non-textual content and metadata.
- Geoff Boushey’s hints on customizing XTF – adding a sort field, a static page, and a different browse-by mode.
Presentations About XTF.
- XTF In Depth. Given in January 2009 at University of Sydney, Australia. Powerpoint format.
- XTF 2.1. Given at Spring 2008 DLF in Minneapolis. Powerpoint format.
Miscellaneous papers and reference materials related to XTF.