Volume 5 No 4 July 2000
Information Research: an international electronic journal, is published four times a year by Professor Tom Wilson of the Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, in association with
Information seeking by blind and sight impaired citizens: an ecological study, by Kirsty Williamson, Don Schauder, and Amanda Bow, Monash University and Charles Sturt University, Australia
The spell of HOMO IRRETITUS: amidst superstitions and dreams, by Marius Povilas Saulauskas, Vilnius University, Lithuania
The status of the IS field: historical perspective and practical orientation, by Frederic Adam and Brian Fitzgerald, University College Cork, Ireland.
Information exchange in virtual communities: a typology, by Gary Burnett, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Using external training materials to strengthen health information management in East Africa, by J. Gladwin, R.A. Dixon, & T.D. Wilson
Are Schools Library Services equipped to survive in the Age of Information?, by David Streatfield & Sharon Markless
ISIC 2000: Information Seeking in Context: The Third International Conference on Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts. Göteborg, Sweden, August 16-18, 2000
Library Research Seminar II Partners and connections: research and practice. University of Maryland; November 2-3, 2001
Identification of ß-sheet motifs in three-dimensional protein structures, using a subgraph isomorphism algorithm: an update of a 1992 study, by Ruth V. Spriggs, MSc in Information Management, 1998/1999
Exploring the development of the independent, electronic, scholarly journal, by Alison Wells, MSc in Information Management, 1998/1999
XML: the future of web markup? by Elliott Pritchard, MSc in Information Management, 1998/1999
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