A review of large-scale 'How much information?' inventories: variations, achievements and challenges
Gerd Berget and Frode Eika Sandnes
Searching databases without query-building aids: implications for dyslexic users
Catherine A. Johnson
Social capital and library and information science research: definitional chaos or coherent research enterprise?
Kyungwon Koh, Ellen Rubenstein and Kelvin White
Practical and scholarly implications of information behaviour research: a pilot study of research literature
Carlos Olmeda-Gómez, María Antonia Ovalle-Perandones and Félix de Moya-Anegón
Analysis of research collaboration between universities and private companies in Spain based on joint scientific publications
Jeppe Nicolaisen and Tove Faber Frandsen
The focus factor: a dynamic measure of journal specialisation
Shengli Deng, Yuling Fang, Yong Liu and Hongxiu Li
Understanding the factors influencing user experience in social question and answer services
Michael Olsson and Helena Heizmann
Power matters: Foucault's pouvoir/savoir as a conceptual lens in information research and practice
Soohyung Joo and Margaret E.I. Kipp
Exploring the structure of library and information science Web space based on multivariate analysis of social tags
Information on the run: experiencing information during an ultramarathon
Sue Yeon Syn and Donghee Sinn
Repurposing Facebook for documenting personal history: how do people develop a secondary system use?
Cristian Moral, Angelica de Antonio, Xavier Ferre and Graciela Lara
A coding system for qualitative studies of the information-seeking process in computer science research
Resúmenes en Español
Lanier, Jaron. Who owns the future?. London: Penguin books, 2013.
Keen, Andrew. The Internet is not the answer. London: Atlantic books, 2015.
Carr, Nicholas. The glass cage: where automation is taking us. London: The Bodly Head, 2015.
Fingar, Peter. Cognitive computing: a brief guide for game changers. Tampa, Florida: Meghan-Kiffer Press, 2015
Crawford, Alice (Ed.) The meaning of the library: a cultural history. . Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press, 2015.
Douglas, Yellowlees. The reader's brain: how neuroscience can make you a better writer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Ford, Nigel Introduction to information behaviour. London: Facet Publishing, 2015.
Moss, Michael, Endicott-Popovsky, Barbara and Dupuis, Marc J. (Eds.). Is digital different? How information creation, capture and discovery are being transformed. . London: Facet Publishing, 2015.
Pedley, Paul. Practical copyright for library and information professionals. London: Facet Publishing, 2015.
Tarapanoff, Kira (Ed.). Análise de informação para tomada de decisão. Curitiba, Brazil: Intersaberes, 2015
Theory in information behaviour research, edited by T.D. Wilson, is now available as an e-book, price $9.99, from Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, FNAC, Diesel e-Book Store, Versent Books, Flipkart (India), and the Apple iBookstore - accessed through the iBooks app. Read the review.
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Conference announcements and calls for papers
Pre iSchools Workshop: Developing Activity Theory in Information Studies Sunday March 20, 2016
ISIC: the information behaviour conference, University of Zadar, Zadar, Croatia, 20-23 September, 2016
Library Trends - Call for Papers: Hyper-Connected Societies and Empowerment
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