Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 66 Issue 5

Mental models of the bibliographic universe. Part 1: mental models of descriptions

Jan Pisanski, Maja Žumer

The paper aims to present the results of the first two tasks of a user study looking into mental models of the bibliographic universe and especially their comparison to…

Information literacy and knowledge management at work

Rubén Toledano O'Farrill

The purpose of this paper is to explore theoretically and empirically the concept of workplace information literacy (IL) and its connections to knowledge management (KM)…

The h‐index: a broad review of a new bibliometric indicator

Michael Norris, Charles Oppenheim

This review aims to show, broadly, how the h‐index has become a subject of widespread debate, how it has spawned many variants and diverse applications since first…

Engineering an image‐browsing environment: re‐purposing existing denotative descriptors

JungWon Yoon, Brian O'Connor

The paper provides a theory base for deriving connotative descriptors for photographs from existing denotative descriptors, and then demonstrates a model for enhancing…

Classification in a social world: bias and trust

Jens‐Erik Mai

The purpose of this paper is to establish pluralism as the basis for bibliographic classification theory and practice and examine the possibility of establishing…

Mental models of the bibliographic universe. Part 2: comparison task and conclusions

Jan Pisanski, Maja Žumer

The paper aims to provide some insight into mental models of the bibliographic universe and how they compare with functional requirements for bibliographic records (FRBR…

Document, text and medium: concepts, theories and disciplines

Niels Windfeld Lund

The purpose of this paper is first to provide a critical conceptual discussion of different use of the notion of text, especially in the case of expressions including…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden