Rita Marcella, Tracy Pirie and Hayley Rowlands
The information seeking behaviour of oil and gas industry workers in the context of health, safety and emergency response: a discussion of the value of models of information behaviour
Heidi PK Enwald, Terttu Kortelainen, Juhani Leppäluoto, Sirkka Keinänen-Kiukaanniemi, Timo Jämsä, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Karl- Heinz Herzig and Maija-Leena A Huotari
Perceptions of fear appeal and preferences for feedback in tailored health communication: an explorative study among pre-diabetic individuals
Wendy M Duff, Jennifer Carter, Joan M. Cherry, Heather MacNeil and Lynne C. Howarth
From coexistence to convergence: studying partnerships and collaboration among libraries, archives and museums
Sérgio Nunes, Cristina Ribeiro and Gabriel David
The impact of time in link-based Web ranking
Adam Worrall and Sanghee Oh
The place of health information and socio-emotional support in social questioning and answering
Paula Ormandy and Claire Hulme
Measuring patients’ preferences and priorities for information in chronic kidney disease
Boryung Ju and Tao Jin
Incorporating nonparametric statistics into Delphi studies in library and information science
Petros Kostagiolas, Konstantina Martzoukou, Georgia Georgantzi and Dimitris Niakas
Information seeking behaviour of parents of paediatric patients for clinical decision making: the central role of information literacy in a participatory setting

Special supplement: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-22 August, 2013

ball Resúmenes en Español


ball  Assange, Julian, (Ed.) et al. Cypherpunks: freedom and the future of the internet. New York/London: OR Books.
ball  Athique, Adrian. Digital media and society: an introduction.. Cambridge: Polity Press.
ball  Billig, Michael. Learn to write badly: how to succeed in the social sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
ball  Duff, Alastair S. A normative theory of the information society. Oxford: Routledge.
ball  Hernon, Peter and Matthews, Joseph R. (eds.) Reflection on the future on academic and public libraries . London: Facet.
ball  Moon, David, Ruffini, Patrick and Segal, David (eds.) Hacking politics: how geeks, progressives, the Tea Party, gamers, anarchists and suits teamed up to defeat SOPA and save the internet. New York/London: OR Books, 2013.
ball  Wilson, T. D. (Ed.). Theory in information behaviour research. Sheffield, UK: Eiconics Ltd.

Call for papers

The June 2014 issue of the journal will be devoted to e-book research and practice. Two types of contributions are sought: scholarly research papers that explore any aspect of the e-book phenomenon, from authorship to readership; and reports on practice, illustrating the way libraries of all kinds are dealing with e-books in their daily work, or how publishers are responding to the phenomenon. The practice reports should be submitted under the category of Working Papers at the OJS site of the journal. The scholarly papers will be subject to the usual double-blind peer review, while the practice reports will undergo editorial review by members of the Editorial Board. Papers may be submitted at any time up to February 1, 2014, while Working Papers may be submitted up to 31 March, 2014

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Conference announcements

17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, Valetta, Malta, 22-26 September, 2013
European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Istanbul, Turkey, 22-25 October, 2013
ISIC: The Information Behaviour Conference, Leeds, 2-5 September, 2014

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