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Technology around the world
eight countries, shared problems
Purpose – This editorial aims to discuss how technology has transformed the cultural map for libraries so that experiences in Taiwan, Iran, India, Greece, or New Zealand are relevant anywhere in the developed world. ...
The influence of references per paper in the SCI to Impact Factors and the Matthew Effect
All references data was extracted from the annual volumes of the CD-Edition of Science Citation Index (SCI) and the web of science of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), the journal citation and self-citation ...
2007-07-01Berichte und sonstige Texte
The editorial policy of languages is being changed in Medline
After exploring the trend of publications language in a very famous database in the USA (Medline), all publications of three non-English speaking countries (France, Germany, and Russia) in English and domestic languages ...
The physical dimension of information space
One of the unintended effects of new information technology has been the obsolescence of the buildings housing the technology. Information technology can be building-independent, but our buildings are not technology-independent. ...
Building on the Cornell-Yale Model
Digitizing the Radicalism Collection at Michigan State University
This article has two purposes. One is to summarize the elements of the Cornell-Yale digitization model in a way that would be useful to other institutions planning to follow their effort. The people involved with the Cornell ...