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Browse Disappearing disciplinary borders in the social science library - global studies or sea change? by Title
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(2008-08)This paper explores the planning and creation of one emerging technology – a social sciences vertical portal (vortal) – at Wayne State University, and how this vortal fosters and supports research communities by discussing ...
(2008-08)This paper addresses the issues of promoting interdisciplinary library resources and discusses Scholars Portal Search (SPS) and the effects of our teaching and user interaction on web design and the underlying subject ...
(2008-08)With an eye towards current and emerging information technologies, this paper seeks to locate the concept of "data" within the context of interdisiplinarity and blurring boundaries between different kinds of information.
(2008-08)This presentation investigates the role of data and information sharing across disciplines, and the potential implications of current data-sharing practices in a variety of disciplinary settings.
(2008-08)The purpose of this paper is to familiarize the LIS professionals with the statistical databases that act as knowledge support system for interdisciplinary research in social sciences. Recent changes made in the Indian ...
(2008-08)In response to accelerated globalization and the complex issues facing our nations, colleges and universities in the U.S. are taking a more international and interdisciplinary approach to their educational programming. ...
(2008-08)This paper explores the relationship between the notion of "discipline" and current/emerging information technologies. While not inherently hindrances to knowledge, disciplines need to be recognized for what they are: a ...