Special supplement: Proceedings of ISIC: the information behaviour conference, held virtually, from Pretoria, South Africa, 28 September - 1st October, 2020

DOI: https://doi.org/10.47989/irinfres254

Tove Faber Frandsen and Kristian Møhler Sørensen
The perceived value of the academic library: a systematic review
Adeola O. Opesade
Data mining of Internet users' interests in diverse, hierarchical information needs.
Yifan Zhu and Jin Zhang
Social network analysis of the mental health sub-topic on the MedlinePlus subject directory.
Huihua He, Si He and Yan Li
Contemporary Chinese parents' needs and questions of parenting for young children: a Web text-mining approach.
Sara Salehi, Jia Tina Du and Helen Ashman
Personalised Web search and user satisfaction: a user-centred evaluation.
Jessa Lingel, Megan Bogia and Chloé Nurik.
Shadow bodies and information sharing: analysing obstacles in mental health care provision
Peter Cruickshank and Hazel Hall
Talking to imagined citizens? Information sharing practices and proxies for e-participation in hyperlocal democratic settings
Tara Tobin Cataldo, Amy G. Buhler, Ixchel M. Faniel, Brittany Brannon, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Christopher Cyr, Kailey Langer, Erin M. Hood, Joyce Kasman Valenza, Rachael Elrod, Randy A. Graff, Samuel R. Putnam, and Summer Howland
Mixed methods data collection using simulated Google results: reflections on the methods of a point-of-selection behaviour study.
Inyoung Park and Daeho Lee
Understanding news sharing across different platforms: the effects of newsworthiness and gratifications from news sharing
Seungil Yum
Network relationships of U.S. government health agencies in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dijana Lekic, Anna Lezon Rivière and Madjid Ihadjadene
Information behaviour of top managers of telecommunications network units in the context of the digital transformation of the organization.
Yustiar Adhinugroho, Amanda Pratama Putra, Muhammad Luqman, Geri Yesa Ermawan, Takdir, Siti Mariyah, and Setia Pramana
Development of online travel Web scraping for tourism statistics in Indonesia

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Conference announcements and calls for papers


ball  Alexopoulos, Panos. Semantic modeling for data: Avoiding pitfalls and breaking dilemmas. O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2020.
ball  Jake Hope, Seeing sense: visual literacy as a tool for libraries, learning and reader development. Facet Publishing, 2020.
ball  Dariusz Jemielniak Thick big data—doing digital social science. Oxford University Press, 2020.
ball  van Dijk, Jan. The digital divide. Polity, 2020
ball  Jing Wang. The other digital China: nonconfrontational activism on the social web.Harvard University Press, 2019

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