Thematic issue: Archaeology and information research
Sarah A. Buchanan
The assemblage of repository and museum work in archaeological curation
Archaeological sensations in the archives of migration and the Ellis Island sensorium
James A. Hodges
Comparing born-digital artefacts using bibliographical archeology: a survey of Timothy Leary's published software (1985–1996)
Justin P. Williams andß Rachel D. Williams
Information science and North American archaeology: examining the potential for collaboration
Elizabeth Yakel, Ixchel M. Faniel and Zachary J. Maiorana
Virtuous and vicious circles in the data life-cycle
Tesfahun Melese Yilma, Anushia Inthiran, Daniel D. Reidpath and Sylvester Olubolu Orimaye
Context-based interactive health information searching
Rabia Irfan, Sharifullah Khan, Muhammad Azeem Abbas and Asad Ali Shah
Determining influential factors and challenges in automatic taxonomy generation: a systematic literature review of techniques 1999-2016
JungWon Yoon, Loni Hagen, James Andrews, Ryan Scharf, Thomas Keller and EunKyung Chung
On the use of multimedia in Twitter health communication: analysis of tweets regarding the Zika virus
Faye Miller, Kate Davis and Helen Partridge
Everyday life information experiences in Twitter: a grounded theory
Natascha Helena Franz Hoppen, Renato Levin-Borges and Moises Rockembach
Ethical issues in today's information society from a Spinoza perspective
Wee-Kheng Tan and Ping-Chen Kuo
The consequences of online information overload confusion in tourism
Sille Obelitz Søe
A Floridian dilemma. Semantic information and truth.
Advantages and disadvantages of printed and electronic study material: perspectives of university students
Arafat, Sachi and Ashoori, Elham. Search foundations: toward a science of technology-mediated experience. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2018
Byström, Katriina, Heinström, Jannica and Ruthven, Ian. (Eds.). Information at work: information management in the workplace.. London: Facet publishing, 2019.
Healy, Kieran. Data visualization: a practical introduction. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019
Hicks, Alison. The theory of mitigating risk: information literacy and language-learning in transition. Borås, Sweden: The Swedish School of Library and Information Science, 2018.
Jack, Belinda. Reading: a very short introduction.. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019
Loukissas, Yanni Alexander. All data are local. Thinking critically in a data-driven society.. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2019.
McNicol, Sarah and Brewster, Liz. Bibliotherapy. London: Facet, 2018.
Strassheim, Jan and Nasu, Hisashi, (Eds.) Relevance and irrelevance: theories, factors and challenges.. Berlin: De Gruyter, Saur, 2018.
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