Browsing Faculty Peer Reviewed Papers by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Shachaf, Pnina (Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co., 2003)
    Library consortia development processes were examined from an ecological approach, combining historical perspective, dynamic developmental approach, and social structure, stressing the issues of permeable boundaries in ...
  • Shaw, Debora; Vaughan, Lewin (Springer Verlag, 2008)
    A sample of 1,483 publications, representative of the scholarly production of LIS faculty, was searched in Web of Science (WoS), Google, and Google Scholar. The median number of citations found through WoS was zero for all ...
  • Hara, Noriko; Shachaf, Pnina; Stoerger, Sharon (Sage Publications, 2009-12)
    This paper outlines a typology for online communities of practice. The typology is based on findings from observations of three online communities of practice, a content analysis of messages, and a review of the existing ...
  • Hara, Noriko; Shachaf, Pnina (IGI Global, 2008)
    The use of the Internet for civic engagement by the general public is becoming increasingly prevalent,yet research in this area is still sparse. More studies are particularly needed in the area of cross-cultural comparisons ...
  • Huang, Bi-Yun; Hara, Noriko (Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 2011)
  • Hara, Noriko; Huang, Bi-Yun (Annual Review of Information Science & Technology, 2011)
    The emergence of “e-movements” and new forms of “e-protest” and “e-activism” (Earl & Schussman, 2003) has signified the importance of the Internet as an organizational and mobilization vehicle for those engaged in social ...
  • Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Ding, Ying; Yan, Erjia (Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2010-11-29)
    Ranking scientific productivity and prestige are often limited to homogeneous networks. These networks are unable to account for the multiple factors that constitute the scholarly communication and reward system. This study ...
  • Dunn, Kathryn; Noel, Robert; Shaw, Debora (Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2007)
    A study of 34 journals in astronomy and astrophysics looked at the relationship between journal page charges and the length of articles published. Although some writers contend that page charges encourage contributors to ...
  • Nisonger, Thomas E.; Davis, Charles H. (Association of College & Research Libraries, 2005-07)
    Analyzing the collective opinion of presumed experts, often termed a per- ception study, is a frequently used approach for rating journals or evaluating education programs. Replicating the 1985 Kohl–Davis study, ...
  • Cronin, Blaise; Ding, Ying (Information Processing and Management, 2011-01)
    Citation analysis does not generally take the quality of citations into account: all citations are weighted equally irrespective of source. However, a scholar may be highly cited but not highly regarded: popularity and ...
  • Shaw, Debora; Vaughan, Lewin (Elsevier, 2008)
    Research on publication and citation patterns generally focuses on prolific or highly-cited authors or on highly-ranked programs. This study investigates the work and influence of a cross section of library and information ...
  • Shachaf, Pnina; Snyder, Mary (Elsevier, 2007-05)
    While the racial diversity of academic library users continues to grow, research on the effects of this diversity remains scarce. This study looks at similarities and differences between non-traditional Caucasian and ...
  • Nisonger, Thomas E. (Springer Verlag, 2002)
    Three measures of international composition on journal editorial boards—the number of countries represented on the board, the number of international members, and the proportion of international board members—were correlated ...
  • Hara, Noriko; Rosenbaum, Howard (The Information Society, 2008-04-21)
    One interesting problem arising from Kling and Iacono’s pioneering work on computerization movements (CMs) is the question of empirically determining a movement’s success or failure. This paper questions the question and ...
  • Hara, Noriko; Rosenbaum, Howard (The Information Society, 2008)
    One interesting problem arising from Kling and Iacono’s pioneering work on computerization movements (CMs) is the question of empirically determining a movement’s success or failure. This paper questions the question and ...
  • Janssen, Marco A.; Schoon, Michael L.; Ke, Weimao; Börner, Katy (Elsevier, 2006-08)
    This paper presents the results of a bibliometric analysis of the knowledge domains resilience, vulnerability and adaptation within the research activities on human dimensions of global environmental change. We analyzed ...
  • Ding, Ying (Journal of Informetrics, 2011-01)
    Scientific collaboration and endorsement are well-established research topics which utilize three kinds of methods: survey/questionnaire, bibliometrics, and complex network analysis. This paper combines topic modeling and ...
  • Ding, Ying (Journal of Information Science, 2010-06)
    The Semantic Web (SW) is one of the main efforts aiming to enhance human and machine interaction by representing data in an understandable way for machines to mediate data and services. It is a fast-moving and multidisciplinary ...
  • Shachaf, Pnina; Oltmann, Shannon M.; Horowitz, Sarah M. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008)
    Research is divided about the potential of e-service to bridge communication gaps, particularly to diverse user groups. According to the existing body of literature, eservice may either increase or decrease the quality ...
  • Shaw, Debora (Special Libraries Association (SLA), 1986)
    Staff at the Indiana State Library were surveyed regarding reactions to automation and expectations of an on-line catalog and circulation system. The surveys were conducted before automation planning and staff development ...

Search IUScholarWorks


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account