CoLIS 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Seattle, WA, USA, July 21-25, 2002

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Harry Bruce
Libraries Unlimited, 2002 - 336 sider
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CoLIS 4 is the fourth in the series of international conferences whose general aim is to provide a forum for critically exploring and analyzing library and information science as a discipline and as a field of research from historical, philosophical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives. Written by leading researchers from around the world, the papers present the latest information on new developments and new approaches to both the conceptual and the practical work in library and information science, including in areas such as information interaction, infometric approaches, and information retrieval.

  

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A Classification of Interactions with Information
1
A Study of the Relationships Between Categories of Library Information As Typified by Young Children
17
Students Cognition and Information Searching While Preparing a Research Proposal
33
Learning Problem Solving and Search Tasks
49
A Case for Collaboratories
69
Empirical Work Analysis of Collaborative Film Indexing
85
Foundational Theory of Information and Principles of Information Services
109
A New Research Technique
123
Work Tasks As Units for Analysis in Information Seeking and Retrieval Studies
239
Evaluating Information Retrieval Systems Under the Challenges of Interaction and Multidimensional Dynamic Relevance
253
Toward a Social Constructionist Metatheory for Library and Information Science
271
Cognitive Perspectives of Document Representation
285
Where Does Reading Fit in Citation Theory and Information Seeking? Operationalisation of Reading The Black Box of Information Use
301
Systematic Definitions
305
WebTAPIR Scientific Information Retrieval on the World Wide Web
309
A Ugandan Context
313

Speculations on Browsing Directed Searching and Linking in Relation to the Bradford Distribution
137
Preliminary Study of the Potentiality of Bibliometric Methods for the Construction of Thesauri
151
Informetrics and the Use of Bibliographic Data in a Strategic Combination
167
Visualizing Library and Information Science Concept Spaces Through Keyword and Citation Based Maps and Clusters
185
Ranking Expansion Terms with Partial and Ostensive Evidence
199
A Case Study in Zulu
221
Interaction Framework for a New Digital Library
319
A Pilot Study
323
Bibliometric Analysis of Indexing and Abstracting Literature 19772000
327
A Qualitative Study of Finnish Insurance Businesses
333
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HARRY BRUCE is a Nova Scotian freelance journalist and author.

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