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Information Technology and Libraries
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  • 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...

    The Provision of Mobile Services in US Urban Libraries

    Guo, Ya Jun; Liu, Yan Quan; Bielefield, Arlene (2018)
    To determine the present situation regarding services provided to mobile users in US urban libraries, the authors surveyed 138 Urban Libraries Council members utilizing a combination of mobile visits, content analysis, and librarian interviews. The results show that nearly 95% of these libraries have at least one mobile website, mobile catalog, or mobile app. The libraries actively applied new approaches to meet each local community’s remote-access needs via new technologies, including app do...

    Primo New User Interface: Usability Testing and Local Customizations Implemented in Response

    Galbreath, Blake Lee; Johnson, Corey; Hvizdak, Erin (2018)
    Washington State University was the first library system of its 39-member consortium to migrate to Primo New User Interface. Following this migration, we conducted a usability study in July 2017 to better understand how our users fared when the new user interface deviated significantly from the classic interface. From this study, we learned that users had little difficulty using basic and advanced search, signing into and out of primo, and navigating their account. In other areas, where the d...

    Managing In-Library Use Data: Putting a Web Geographic Information Systems Platform through its Paces

    Godfrey, Bruce; Stoddart, Rick (2018)
    Web Geographic Information System (GIS) platforms have matured to a point where they offer attractive capabilities for collecting, analyzing, sharing, and visualizing in-library use data for space-assessment initiatives. As these platforms continue to evolve, it is reasonable to conclude that enhancements to these platforms will not only offer librarians more opportunities to collect in-library use data to inform the use of physical space in their buildings, but also that they will potentiall...
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