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International Degree Mobility in Library and Information Science
This study explores patterns of the geographical mobility for researchers in Library and Information Science and shows that there are clear patterns towards the United States in particular, and more general to countries ...
Stereotype and Most-Popular Recommendations in the Digital Library Sowiport
Stereotype and most-popular recommendations are widely neglected in the research-paper recommender system and digital-library community. In other domains such as movie recommendations and hotel search, however, these ...
Enabling the Traceability of Ideas Shared Online Using Decentralized Trusted Timestamping
Online discussion and sharing platforms have enabled ideas to be disseminated more quickly than ever before. However, there are many good reasons why individuals hesitate to share their ideas online. In academia, for ...
Are Altmetrics Effective in Transdisciplinary Research Fields?
Altmetric Coverage of Outputs in Educational Research
This paper analyzes the coverage of altmetrics for heterogeneous scientific and extra-scientific outputs in a transdisciplinary research field. The transdisciplinary field of educational research is used as a case study ...
Using Sessions from Clickstream Data Analysis to Uncover Different Types of Twitter Behaviour
While much is known about how Twitter is used for specific tasks or by particular groups of users, we understand surprisingly little about how the service is used generally on a daily basis. To learn more about general ...
An Eye-Tracking Study on Differences in Information Transfer by Infographics
Information graphics are commonly used to display information. Nevertheless, the retention of information can differ depending on the presentation of the content. A topic that is currently present to all of us in the ...
Multilinguality of Metadata
Measuring the Multilingual Degree of Europeana’s Metadata
Digital cultural heritage portals provide universal access to cultural objects and associated metadata originating in divers countries and language milieus. Offering an equally heterogeneous audience access to this content ...
Comparing Information Literacy of Students from University of Graz (Austria) and Chungbuk National University (Republic of Korea)
In this article, we present the results of a study in which we compared information literacy of master students from the University of Graz, Austria and Chungbuk National University (CBNU), Republic of Korea. Data were ...
A Bibliometric Framework to Identify and Delineate Subfields of Research on Tribological Wear
Part One: Can We Identify Fundamental Issues by Clusters of Similar Journals?
This contribution is about the first part of a bibliometric framework to identify new fundamentals in friction and wear in the field of tribology research. The first part covers clustering and mapping of bibliographically ...