Category:Library and Information Studies
Table Of Contents: Volume 29 Issue 4
This paper seeks to challenge how librarians conceive a number of relationships – between themselves, social media tools, and end‐users, and to argue that this determines…
Blurring the boundaries between our physical and electronic libraries: Location‐aware technologies, QR codes and RFID tagsAndrew Walsh
This paper aims to consider the use of technologies including GPS, QR codes and RFID tags to personalize the learning environments in academic libraries.
Bibliometric analysis of Nigeria's social science and arts and humanities publications in Thomson Scientific databasesWilliams Nwagwu, Osakioduwa Egbon
This paper seeks to analyse publications on Nigeria indexed in Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI) and Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) of Thomson Scientific…
The study is designed to explore the application of information technology in various operations and services in special libraries in Kuwait.
The purpose of this paper is first to construct an e‐publishing model and then to implement the model in Iranian publishers.
An investigation‐based learning model for using digital libraries to support mobile learning activitiesJu‐Ling Shih, Gwo‐Jen Hwang, Yu‐Chung Chu, Chien‐Wen Chuang
This study proposes a mobile learning model that employs digital libraries to support investigative learning activities. A student‐centered mobile learning activity with…
The purpose of this paper is to discuss different attempts that have been made to bridge the digital divide in Bangladesh, with special focus on the Community Information…
This study aims to develop a measurement instrument, which involves four usability dimensions of efficiency, effectiveness, satisfaction, and learnability, as a way of…
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