Jieyu Li, Chunlan Huang, Xiuhong Wang and Shengli Wu
Balancing efficiency and effectiveness for fusion-based search engines in the 'big data' environment
Andrew Demasson, Helen Partridge and Christine Bruce
Information literacy and the serious leisure participant: variation in the experience of using information to learn
Elisabetta Poltronieri, Elena Bravo, Moreno Curti, Maurizio Ferri and Cristina Mancini
Open access publishing trend analysis: statistics beyond the perception
'If we just knew who should do it', or the social organization of the archiving of archaeology in Sweden
Katherine Howard, Helen Partridge, Hilary Hughes and Gillian Oliver
Passion trumps pay: a study of the future skills requirements of information professionals in galleries, libraries, archives and museums in Australia
Kalyani Ankem, Joshua Turpin and Vishal Uppala
Physician adoption of electronic health records: a visualisation of the role of provider and state characteristics in incentive programme participation
Maja Krtalić, Hana Marčetić and Milijana Mičunović
Personal digital information archiving among students of social sciences and humanities
Selected papers from the Social Media Studies Symposium, University of Borås, 15 September, 2015
Björn Hammarfelt, Sarah de Rijcke and Alexander D. Rushforth
Quantified academic selves: the gamification of research through social networking services
Gustaf Nelhans and David Gunnarsson Lorentzen
Twitter conversation patterns related to research papers
David Gunnarsson Lorentzen
Twitter conversation dynamics of political controversies: the case of Sweden's December Agreement
Rikard Harr, Annakarin Nyberg, Marcus Berggren, Richard Carlsson and Sebastian Källstedt
Friend or foe: exploring master suppression techniques on Facebook
Boden, Margaret A. AI, its nature and future. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Bowers, Chet. Digital detachment: how computer culture undermines democracy. New York, NY: Routledge, 2016.
Choo, Chun Wei. The inquiring organization: how organizations acquire knowledge and seek information. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Floridi, Luciano. The 4th revolution: how the infosphere is reshaping human reality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Gazzard, Alison. Now the chips are down. The BBC micro. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2016.
Jacobson, Thomas P. and Mackey, Trudy E. (eds.) Metaliteracy in practice. London, UK: Facet Publishing, 2016.
McNicol, Sarah (Ed.). Critical literacy for information professionals. London: Facet, 2016.
Pomerantz, Jeffrey. Metadata Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2015.
Roemer, Robin Chin and Borchardt, Rachel (Eds.). Meaningful metrics: a 21-st century librarian's guide to bibliometrics, altmetrics, and research impact. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2015.
Sonnenwald, Diane H. (Ed.). Theory development in the information scieces. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2016.
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.
Conference announcements and calls for papers
ISIC: the information behaviour conference, University of Zadar, Zadar, Croatia, 20-23 September, 2016
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