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Information Technology and Libraries
334 Publications


  • Identifying Emerging Relationship in Healthcare Domain Journals via Citation Network Analysis

    Chu, Kuo-Chung; Lu, Hsin-Ke; Liu, Wen-I (2018)
    Online e-journal databases enable scholars to search the literature in a research domain, or to cross-search an interdisciplinary field. The key literature can thereby be efficiently mapped out. This study builds a Web-based citation analysis system consisting of four modules: (1) literature search; (2) statistics; (3) articles analysis; and (4) co-citation analysis. The system focuses on the PubMed Central dataset and facilitates specific keyword searches in each research domain in terms of ...

    Technology Skills in the Workplace: Information Professionals’ Current Use and Future Aspirations

    Maceli, Monica; Burke, John J (2016)
    Information technology serves as an essential tool for today's information professional, with a need for ongoing research attention to assess the technological directions of the field over time. This paper presents the results of a survey of the technologies used by library and information science (LIS) practitioners, with attention to the combinations of technologies employed and the technology skills that practitioners wish to learn.  The most common technologies employed were: email, offic...

    Trope or Trap? Role-Playing Narratives and Length in Instructional Video

    Clossen, Amanda S. (2018)
    This article discussed the results of a survey of over thirteen hundred respondents. This survey was designed to establish the preferences of the viewers of instructional how-to videos, asking the question of whether length as well as the presence of a role-playing narrative enhances or detracts from the viewer experience.

    Accessible, Dynamic Web Content Using Instagram

    Wilkinson, Jaci (2018)
    This is a case study in dynamic content creation using Instagram’s API. An embedded feed of the Mansfield Library Archives and Special Collections’ most recent Instagram posts was created for their website’s home page. The process to harness Instagram’s API highlighted competing interests: web services’ desire to most efficiently manage content, Archives staff’s investment in the latest social media trends, and everyone’s institutional commitment to accessibility. 

    Negotiating a Text Mining License for Faculty Researchers

    Williams, Leslie A.; Fox, Lynne M; Health Sciences Library, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Roeder, Christophe; Hunter, Lawrence (2014)
    This case study examines strategies used to leverage the library’s existing journal licenses to obtain a large collection of full-text journal articles in extensible markup language (XML) format; the right to text mine the collection; and the right to use the collection and the data mined from it for grant-funded research to develop biomedical natural language processing (BNLP) tools. Researchers attempted to obtain content directly from PubMed Central (PMC). This attempt failed due to limits...
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