Volume 6 No 1 October 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
Special Issue on Web Research
Editorial, by Amanda Spink and Dietmar Wolfram
Use of historical documents in a digital world: comparisons with original materials and microfiche, by Wendy M. Duff and Joan M. Cherry, University of Toronto, Canada
A bibliometric analysis of select information science print and electronic journals in the 1990s, by Wallace Koehler and others, University of Oklahoma, USA
Designing internet research assignments: building a framework for instructor collaboration, by David Ward and Sarah Reisinger, University of Illinois, USA.
Selected results from a large study of Web searching: the Excite study, by Amanda Spink and Jack L. Xu
The effect of query complexity on Web searching results, by Bernard J. Jansen, University of Maryland (Asian Division), Seoul, Korea.
Making sense of the web: a metaphorical approach, by Lee Ratzan, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Maintaining Web cache coherency, by Adam Belloum & Bob Hertzberger, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Library Research Seminar II Partners and connections: research and practice. University of Maryland; November 2-3, 2001
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