Browse Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Library and Information Science by Title

  • Bruce, Bertram C. (Peter Lang, 2004)
    We learn whenever we attempt to make sense of experiences. Thus, learning occurs alone or in groups; at home, at work, and at play; in face-to-face settings, as well as online and on television; in natural and in constructed ...

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  • Estabrook, Leigh S.; Mason, Lisa; Suelflow, Sara (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992)

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  • Kantor, Robert N.; Bruce, Bertram C.; Green, Georgia M.; Morgan, Jerry L.; Stein, Nancy L.; Webber, Bonnie L. (North-Holland, 1982)
    The state of the art in text analysis and text comprehension research, especially in theoretical work in linguistics, psychology, and artificial intelligence, has not gotten much beyond subjective methods of analysis of ...

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  • Twidale, Michael B.; Floyd, Ingbert R.; Jones, M. Cameron; Adamczyk, Piotr D. (2008)
    iSchools have a well-established reputation for rigorous analysis, applying a range of multidisciplinary methods. However, increasingly many of us are teaching design elements as well as doing design in our research. We ...

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  • Hearne, Betsy (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996)

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  • Jones, M. Cameron; Churchill, Elizabeth F.; Twidale, Michael B. (IEEE, 2008)
    Research on web mashups and visual languages share an interest in human-centered computing. Both research communities are concerned with supporting programming by everyday, technically inexpert users. Visual programming ...

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  • Kendall, Lori (JAI Press, Inc., 1998)
    This article explores issues of gendered, classed and raced identities using examples drawn from my research on a type of online forum known as a mud. I critique previous accounts of research regarding identity online that ...

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  • Haythornthwaite, Caroline A. (1996)
    This research examines communication among members of an academic research group, placing their information exchange and media use in the context of their work requirements and work habits. In contrast to earlier studies ...

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  • Wolske, Martin (2014)
    This poster will provide attendees with practical ideas of how studio-based learning and community inquiry can be combined to construct a capstone experience for future engagement leaders. Community inquiry is practiced ...

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  • Jackson, Larry S. (2001-12-27)
    Metadata and schema design work in support of a state government website archiving proposal, "Preserving Electronic Publications" (PEP) to the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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  • Han, Myung-Ja; Hswe, Patricia (2009)
    The title of Metadata Librarian first appeared in the late 1990's in conjunction with developments in information technology and digital library initiatives. Since the title is a relatively new one, the responsibilities ...

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  • Palmer, Carole L.; Knutson, Ellen M. (Information Today, 2004-11)
    As digital library development begins to focus on interoperability and collection federation, resource developers need to be concerned with contributing to national and international collections, while not losing sight of ...

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  • Stvilia, Besiki; Gasser, Les; Twidale, Michael B.; Shreeves, Sarah L.; Cole, Timothy W. (2004-11-06)
    This paper presents early results from our empirical studies of metadata quality in large corpuses of metadata harvested under Open Archives Initiative (OAI) protocols. Along with some discussion of why and how metadata ...

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  • Nichols, D.M.; Twidale, M.B.; Cunningham, S.J. (ACM, 2012)
    The open access movement has highlighted the barriers that exist for users to gain access to significant portions of the research literature. The open data approach seeks to extend the principles of open access to the data ...

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  • Hahn, James F.; Twidale, Michael B.; Gutierrez, Alejandro; Farivar, Reza (Routledge, 2011)
    Navigation within the physical library building can be supported with mobile computing technology; specifically, a path suggestion software application on a patron’s mobile device can direct her to the location of the ...

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  • McDonough, Jerome P. (2009-01-28)

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  • McDonough, Jerome P. (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2006)
    METS is an XML document format intended for the encoding of complex objects within digital libraries. It provides the means to record all of the descriptive, administrative, structural and behavioral metadata needed to ...

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  • Hearne, Betsy (Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998)
    The story, its procreation; the literature, its practice: these are integrated, interactive processes. Let's not throw away the box of recipes. Although still suspect (for example, see Ritter's newspaper reports, ...

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  • Hsu, Shihkuan; Bruce, Bertram C. (Taylor & Francis, 1999)
    Advanced technology brings excitement and promise to the area of distance education, but it also generates questions in what it means to be teaching and learning in media-rich environments. This paper addresses the issue ...

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  • Bruce, Bertram C. (Elsevier, 1972)
    A formal model is presented which represents the structure underlying temporal references in natural language. Serving as a framework for analysis of tenses, time relations, and other references to time in language, the ...

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