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Volume 13 No 2 June, 2008

Results of the reader survey


Lorna Uden, Pedro Valderas and Oscar Pastor
An activity-theory-based model to analyse Web application requirements

Erik A.M. Borglund and Lena-Maria Öberg
How are records used in organizations?

Charles Oppenheim and Mark A.C. Summers
Citation counts and the Research Assessment Exercise, part VI: Unit of assessment 67 (music)

Kursat Demiryurek, Huseyin Erdem, Vedat Ceyhan, Savas Atasever and Osman Uysal
Agricultural information systems and communication networks: the case of dairy farmers in the Samsun province of Turkey

Silvania V. Miranda and Kira M.A. Tarapanoff
Information needs and information competencies: a case study of the off-site supervision of financial institutions in Brazil

Rimvydas Skyrius
The current state of decision support in Lithuanian business

Gary Burnett and Paul T. Jaeger
Small worlds, lifeworlds, and information: the ramifications of the information behaviour of social groups in public policy and the public sphere

ball Resúmenes en Español

Watch this: LINQ shifts the paradigm of query — one of a series of occasional columns by Terrence A. Brooks of the Information School, University of Washington, USA.

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ball  Braman, Sandra. Change of state: information, policy and power. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.

ball  Cronin, Blaise (ed.). Annual review of information science and technology (ARIST). Vol. 42, 2008. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., [2007]

ball  Elliott, Margaret S. & Kraemer, Kenneth L. (Eds.). Computerization movements and technology diffusion: from mainframes to ubiquitous computing. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2008.

ball  Firebaugh, G. Seven rules for social research Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008.

ball  Francke, Helena. (Re)creations of scholarly journals: document and information architecture in open access journals. Borås, Sweden: Valfrid, 2008.

ball  Kennedy, Mary Lee and Dysart, Jane (Eds). Intranet for info pros. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2007.

ball  Solomon, David. Developing open access journals: a practical guide. Oxford: Chandos publishing, 2008.

ball  Srikantaiah, T. Kanti & Koenig, Michael E.D. (Eds.). Knowledge management in practice: connections and context. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2008.

ball  Wessels, B. Inside the digital revolution: policing and changing communication with the Police. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2007.

What's in the open access e-journals?

Conference announcements

ballInformation seeking in context, 2008

ball Oxford e-Research Conference 08, 11-13 September 2008 at the University of Oxford

ballPublic Health Informatics 2008—Envisioning options for integrated public health information systems for low resource settings: components, connections, partners, strategies, September 18-19, 2008 at Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle, WA, USA

ballEnIL International School on Business Information Literacy

ball A message to Conference organizers.

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