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Links 1 through 10 of 90 by Stephan Rosenke tagged informationswissenschaft

Das Weblog des Fachbereichs Informationswissenschaft der HTW Chur

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Dieses Evaluations-Wiki möchte Einrichtungen dabei unterstützen, eigene Untersuchungen in den verschiedeenen Phasen des Produktentwicklungsprozesses zu planen und durchzuführen. Dafür werden Informationen, Checklisten und konkrete Materialien (z. B. Fragebögen) zur Verfügung gestellt, die für das eigene Projekt genutzt werden können. Im Gegenzug soll das Informationsangebot laufend durch die Fach-Community erweitert werden.

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Information Research, is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal, dedicated to making accessible the results of research across a wide range of information-related disciplines. It is privately published and edited by Professor T.D. Wilson. It is hosted, and given technical support, by Lund University Libraries, Sweden.

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a spin-off from the e-journal dedicated to informal publication of ideas and comment on current affairs in the information world — and occasional personal posts.

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Blog des Projekts IUWIS Infrastruktur Urheberrecht für Wissenschaft und Bildung

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T. Scott Plutchak: The days when librarians could serve as the gatekeepers to good information are over, and they are not coming back. The irony, perhaps, is that people need our skills now more than ever. One of the assumptions behind Grateful Med, and the other end user MEDLINE products, was that the software would be sophisticated and “smart” enough to compensate for the lack of training on the part of the user. Librarians learned soon enough that this was a faulty assumption, and, now in the Internet age, the information space has become vastly more complicated and far more difficult to navigate with skill.

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