Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, London 21-24 June, 2010 - Part 2

Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson
Kickstarting creativity: supporting the productive faces of uncertainty in information practice
Jenna Hartel
Time as a framework for information science: insights from the hobby of gourmet cooking
Isto Huvila
The Cool and Belkin faceted classification of information interactions revisited
Anna Lundh
Studying information needs as question-negotiations in an educational context: a methodological comment
Jan Pisanski and Maja Žumer
Intuitiveness of Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records: a study in a broader context
Gillian Oliver
Transcending silos, developing synergies: libraries and archives
Debbie Rabina
A case of social scholarship for multi-player research in government information sources
Lyn Robinson and Murat Karamuftuoglu
The nature of information science: changing models
Martha Sabelli
Library and information sciences in the information disciplines environment: towards integrative models of disciplines, professional community and information and communication public policies
Jela Steinerová
Ecological dimensions of information literacy
Mike Thelwall
Webometrics: emergent or doomed?
Taeda Tomic
Philosophy of information as underlying and unifying theory of information science
Iris Xie, Edward Benoit III and Huan Zhang
How do users evaluate individual documents? An analysis of dimensions of evaluation activities