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1991 Library Resources & Technical Services  
Evaluating the Impact of an Online Library Catalogue on Subject Searching Behaviour at the Catalogue and at the Shelves.” Journal of Documentation 46:318-38 (1990). Hay, Fred J.  ...  The Indexer 17:21-29 (1990). Kreiger, Michael T. “Subject Authority Con- trol on the Dynix System.” Cataloging &  ... 

From physical to digital: a case study of computer scientists? behaviour in physical libraries

Hanna Stelmaszewska, Ann Blandford
2004 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
We have studied people's behaviour when working in physical libraries, focusing particularly on how they interact with these artefacts, how they evaluate them, and how they interact with librarians.  ...  so that users can make rapid assessments of its relevance would improve the efficiency of many information searches.  ...  We are grateful to the participants who took part in this study. References  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-003-0072-6 fatcat:kcerc642sjatngq4ryvc4ki7pm

Information Behaviour(s) of Theologians: A Literature Review

Katharina Penner
2009 Theological Librarianship  
I nformation needs of various groups of users and their respective information search behaviours have received much attention throughout the last decades.  ...  On the other side, theology is usually perceived to be part of the humanities, and certain parallels in research approaches and behaviours are evident and can illumine the area of study.  ...  and Theses, ISI Web of Knowledge, ABI/Inform, IngentaConnect, Emerald Search, EbscoHost) as well as online catalogues (Voyager of the U of Wales, WorldCat, Online Library catalogue of the University of  ... 
doi:10.31046/tl.v2i1.79 fatcat:ahkmzk26mrhc3em5r73yi7sili

Organising e‐journals from the point of view of humanities: a case study at the University of Parma

Fabrizia Bevilacqua
2005 New Library World  
the expectations on a service which meet their information needs and research behaviours.  ...  During the focus group I will propose you a number of questions and themes of discussion which should help me to define the users to study, to highlight the use of ejournals, and finally to evaluate the  ...  the shelves and browse the volumes, while others, who mainly use close-stacks libraries, have to search the catalogue and ask the library staff for a specific volume.  ... 
doi:10.1108/03074800510623092 fatcat:mk5dzkcgzzbp5llxwp2babw4tu

OCLC's Environmental Scan and Access to E-Books Through Netlibrary

Nick Rawson
2004 Zenodo  
Presented at the Medical Information Management and Technologies Symposium.  ...  This conference paper was presented by the ÜNAK/URLA Association on 23-25 September 2004 at Maltepe University in Istanbul, Managing Information in order not to get lost in Information and III.  ...  the management of additions and deletions to the library's collection(s) on an on-going basis.Use of the netLibrary search functionality with upgrades that netLibrary may Use of the netLibrary search functionality  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5172033 fatcat:fimpriwlvvgfdmvstljh3bp56m

Exhibiting information literacy: site-specific art and design interventions at the Ontario College of Art & Design

Daniel Payne
2008 Art Libraries Journal  
An analysis of several works featured in a recent exhibition demonstrates how art can establish an eloquent dialogue with a visually-oriented learning community and lead to the examination of key philosophical  ...  To rectify this gap the reference librarians, in dialogue with selected design and art faculty, endorsed a Library exhibition program using the Library as both case study and exhibition site.  ...  The installation began with a Polaroid displayed over our online library catalogue; written below the image were the call numbersw ithout titles -to a book and an exhibition catalogue located in different  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0307472200015200 fatcat:43iqin6vtjgybd6w2xrhvuhnhe

Information Seeking Behaviour by the Research Scholars & Faculty Members: A Survey Study of Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra in the Disciplines of Life Science

Anil Kumar, Nasima Salmani, Sukhleen Baweja
2014 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
. 28.92% of the respondents were always use the information by the library daily, and same 28.92% sometimes with the requirement of information by the subject of interest.  ...  On the basis of the findings, it was suggested that in order to improve the speed of Internet should be increased and the respondents can speedily access the information and utilize the information by  ...  Acknowledgements First and foremost, I would like to thank the almighty God (Jesus Christ) the most beneficent and merciful, who blessed me for completing this work.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-1964119138 fatcat:pxw4skrobfesdpte6eadcmtary

Digital Library Services: Perceptions and Expectations of User Communities and Librarians in a New Zealand Academic Library

Wei Xia
2003 Australian Academic and Research Libraries  
in an online environment.  ...  This case study was conducted at the Victoria University of Wellington Library.  ...  Fayen (1983) suggested that online catalogues, searching and reference services were the main roles of electronic libraries. 14 Cline (1983) proposed an online search service that would offer databases  ... 
doi:10.1080/00048623.2003.10755218 fatcat:a33ly5xhwbh57d3hg3win54rpe

BookMark: Appropriating existing infrastructure to facilitate scalable indoor navigation

Jennifer Pearson, Simon Robinson, Matt Jones
2017 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
We then present the results of a longitudinal evaluation where we deploy the BookMark application to library visitors for a period of 24 months.  ...  Our design-BookMark-provides visitors to the library with a detailed map to any desired book by simply scanning the barcode on the back of any other book in the library.  ...  We would like to thank the librarians and IT support staff at Swansea University Library for giving us permission to deploy Book-Mark, and for the help and guidance they have provided throughout the process  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2017.02.001 fatcat:i3n2sx777vh53cirzesbal57ou

Metamedia, or, How I gave up control and learned to love the sandbox

Madi Weland Solomon
2010 Journal of Digital Asset Management  
When speed to market is the top priority in most businesses, the luxury of deep research and fully fl ushed methodologies are usually compromised.  ...  How can this avalanche of formats and mash-ups be successfully managed and tracked?  ...  Although they do have an impressive glossary of musical terms and a fl uid team of professional musicians as cataloguers, the primary use of their data is not to enhance search but to build complex mathematical  ... 
doi:10.1057/dam.2010.33 fatcat:hetf2cqp6fbsjfjvth577nripu

3rd International EBL Conference - Abstracts of Papers and Poster Sessions

2006 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
3rd International EBL Conference - Abstracts of Papers and Poster Sessions  ...  ensures that holdings on the library catalogue are accurate and items on the shelves arranged correctly.  ...  focus of subject searching and resource use within the library collection by the stroke team.  ... 
doi:10.18438/b8tg69 fatcat:n5uwutorlvf2jmifhsw4j52ybm

Book Reviews

Susan House, Clare Hetherington, Ruth Mitchell, Sheila Scobie, Matthew Williamson, Charles Oppenheim, Patricia Layzell Ward
2013 Library and Information Research  
Exploring the contexts of information behaviour. Thornas D. WiIson and David K. Allen. Researching markets by industry sectors: a guide to sources and services. David Mort (ed.).  ...  Effective literature searching for research. Sarah Gash Only connect: shaping networks and knowledge for the new millennium. Trevor Haywood Information sources for the press and broadcast media.  ...  Patricia Baird's chapter on creating the electronic picture library and Gertrud Erbach and Lynda Iley's chapter on the creation of an intranet at News International are cases in point.  ... 
doi:10.29173/lirg315 fatcat:niseuovmwvgddl7gnzklrqvhaa

Full Text - Number 11 (2013)

Helen Brennan
2015 ANZTLA EJournal  
Facilitator whose role is to provide one on one coaching and support in using the library and catalogue.  ...  We have created limiters on our catalogue so users can restrict their search to ebooks.  ...  He is the Poetry Editor of Eureka Street, the Jesuit online journal that regularly publishes articles on this subject, giving voice to the different faith traditions in Australia. 166 The ANZTLA EJournal  ... 
doi:10.31046/anztla.vi11.276 fatcat:4rkyiduc2rg2fccdp4dmy7ibdy

Astronomy Classification: Towards a Faceted Classification Scheme

Emma Quinlan, Pauline Rafferty
2019 Knowledge organization  
She holds a BSc in observational astronomy from the University of Glamorgan and an MA in information and library studies from Aberystwyth University. This is her first piece of academic output.  ...  Her main responsibilities include maintaining and facilitating access to the archive collections, managing inter-library loan requests and cataloguing and classification of book stock.  ...  Lawson (2009) reported on improving the library catalogue through the inclusion of tags.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2019-4-260 fatcat:qs6hj5kjzbh6tcaed3qqcwgxd4

AACR2: OCLC's Implementation and Database

Georgia L. Brown
1981 Information Technology and Libraries  
The introduction of the new guidelines, the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition (AACR2), exacerbated these record conflicts.  ...  To reduce library costs, which might increase dramatically as users attempted to resolve those conflicts, OCLC converted name headings and uniform titles in its database to AACR2 form.The purpose of the  ...  Journal of Documentation 43(4): 303-321. Hancock-Beaulieu, Michelene. 1990. Evaluating the impact of an online library catalogue on subject searching behaviour at the catalogue and at the shelves.  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v14i3.5290 fatcat:ttktkzuufredplt4ns6pgl4a4q
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