[Asist-announce] NAME CHANGE VOTE, Bulletin and JASIST TOC's

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Thu Oct 4 10:24:34 EDT 2012


ASIST NAME CHANGE up for vote:

Links and password for voting were sent Wednesday, October 3.  If you are a
member and did not receive such information and instructions, please contact
rhill at asis.org.  


The proposal is to change the name to “Association for Information Science
and Technology” (ASIST, acronym remains the same).


The DEADLINE for voting is DECEMBER 6, 2012.


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Bulletin   October/November 2012

Vol. 39, No. 1

http://asis.org/bulletin.html   Full Text: PDF (Size: 3mb) 



Information Architecture


Overview  by Thom Haller


Information Architecture in the Age of Complexity  by Andrea Resmini


The Architecture of Information  by Martyn Dade-Robertson


Optimizing Websites in the Post Panda World  by Marianne Sweeny


A Metaphor for Content Strategy  by Carrie Hane Dennison


How to Start Sketchnoting  by Veronica Erb


A Conversation with Eric Reiss, Author of Usable Usability:  Simple Steps
for Making Stuff Better  by Thom Haller



Sustainability:  Scholarly Repository as an Enterprise  by Oya Yildirim


Spelunking in the Archives:  Or How I Learned to Love the Art of the
Unexpected  by Kathryn La Barre




Editor's Desktop  by Irene Travis


Inside ASIS&T



IA:  Attending to the Existing Landscape  by Thom Haller


RDAP:  NSF DMP Content Analysis:  What Are Researchers Saying?  by Susan
Wells Parham and Chris Doty



Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

© 2012 ASIS&T


Volume 63, Issue 10 Pages 1903 - 2127, October 2012



The resilience of rejected manuscripts (pages 1903–1904).  Blaise Cronin



Participatory personal data: An emerging research challenge for the
information sciences (pages 1905–1915).  Katie Shilton



Information sharing and trust during major incidents: Findings from the oil
industry (pages 1916–1928).  Nurain Hassan Ibrahim and David Allen


Moderating effects of governance on information infrastructure and
e-government development (pages 1929–1946).  Satish Krishnan and Thompson
S.H. Teo


Governance of open content creation: A conceptualization and analysis of
control and guiding mechanisms in the open content domain (pages 1947–1959).
Andreas Schroeder and Christian Wagner


Web data as academic and business quality estimates: A comparison of three
data sources (pages 1960–1972).  Liwen Vaughan and Rongbin Yang


Measuring author research relatedness: A comparison of word-based,
topic-based, and author cocitation approaches (pages 1973–1986).  Kun Lu and
Dietmar Wolfram


The impact of task phrasing on the choice of search keywords and on the
search process and success (pages 1987–2005).  Elena Barsky and Judit


A conversation analytic study of actual and potential problems in
communication in library chat reference interactions (pages 2006–2019).
Irene Koshik and Hiromi Okazawa


Social Q&A and virtual reference—comparing apples and oranges with the help
of experts and users (pages 2020–2036).  Chirag Shah and Vanessa Kitzie


The Anna Karenina principle: A way of thinking about success in science
(pages 2037–2051).  Lutz Bornmann and Werner Marx


A humble servant: The work of Helen L. Brownson and the early years of
information science research (pages 2052–2061).  Tina J. Jayroe



Inconsistencies of recently proposed citation impact indicators and how to
avoid them (pages 2062–2073).  Michael Schreiber


Distributive h-indices for measuring multilevel impact (pages 2074–2086).
Star X. Zhao, Alice M. Tan and Fred Y. Ye


Entity disambiguation using semantic networks (pages 2087–2099).  Jorge H.
Román, Kevin J. Hulin, Linn M. Collins and James E. Powell


Document recommendations based on knowledge flows: A hybrid of personalized
and group-based approaches (pages 2100–2117).  Duen-Ren Liu, Chin-Hui Lai
and Ya-Ting Chen



Remarks on the paper by A. De Visscher, “what does the g-index really
measure?” (pages 2118–2121).  L. Egghe



Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval. Edited by Ian
Ruthven and Diane Kelly . london: Facet publishing, 2011. 296 pp. $ 89.95
(paperback). (isbn: 978-1-85604-707-4) (pages 2122–2125).  Peter Ingwersen


On a possible decomposition of the h-index (pages 2126–2127).  Francesco



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