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Information overload: A multi-disciplinary explication and citation ranking within three selected disciplines: Library studies, psychology/psychiatry, and consumer science: 1960-1996
Information overload is a frequently used term describing a condition apparently agitated by the information age. No comprehensive analysis exists determining even the barest essentials: definitions, parameters, research ...
A naturalistic journey into the collaboratory: In search of understanding for prospective participants
This study is a three-phase naturalistic probe of the information environment of the collaboratory and is intended to support the expansive, ecological research of others. The collaboratory is a “center without walls,” or ...
A comparative content analysis of the temporal sequences, points of view, and perspectives employed in the 1996 Best Books for Young Adults' novels and the 1996 Young Adults' Choices' novels
The purpose of this study was to analyze and compare the temporal sequences, points of view, and perspectives employed in the novels on the 1996 Best Books for Young Adults' (BBYA) list and the 1996 Young Adults' Choices' ...
The development of a retrospective national bibliography: A case study of El Salvador
The purpose of this case study was to provide a descriptive account of the development of the retrospective national bibliography of El Salvador. The publishing history of El Salvador is not as lengthy as that of other ...