[Asist-announce] AM 16 Proceedings, AM 17 CFP, Bulletin TOC, JASIST TOC

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Fri Oct 28 14:03:20 EDT 2016

AM 16
The meeting in Copenhagen, our first meeting outside N. America, was a
success, with 20 more countries represented and increased attendance from
last year. The proceedings are now online, open access at

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AM 2017
Preliminary call for our 80th Annual Meeting (in Crystal City, VA (just
outside DC, right on the metro) is at

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Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology

October/November 2016
Volume 43, No. 1 (Size: 2.2mb)


Achieving Data Liquidity Across Health Care Requires a Technical Adventure
by Kerry McDermott

Some Thoughts on Preserving Functions of Library Catalogs in Networked
Environments by Korajika Golub

IA Column
In Praise of Email by Laura Creekmore

RDAP Review
Finding the Connection: Research Data Management and the Office of Research
by Amanda Rinehart

Editor’s Desktop  by Irene Travis

President’s Page  by Nadia Caidi

Inside ASIS&T
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Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Volume 67, Issue 11 Pages C1 - C1, 2573 - 2828, November 2016

https://www.asist.org/publications/jasist/     [But you will need to be
logged in to DL to see full text]

Chatting through pictures? A classification of images tweeted in one week in
the UK and USA (pages 2575–2586)  Mike Thelwall, Olga Goriunova, Farida Vis,
Simon Faulkner, Anne Burns, Jim Aulich, Amalia Mas-Bleda, Emma Stuart and
Francesco D'Orazio

The effect of personalization provider characteristics on privacy attitudes
and behaviors: An Elaboration Likelihood Model approach (pages 2587–2606)
Alfred Kobsa, Hichang Cho and Bart P. Knijnenburg

Understanding eye movements on mobile devices for better presentation of
search results (pages 2607–2619)  Jaewon Kim, Paul Thomas, Ramesh
Sankaranarayana, Tom Gedeon and Hwan-Jin Yoon

Assessing geographic relevance for mobile search: A computational model and
its validation via crowdsourcing (pages 2620–2634)  Tumasch Reichenbacher,
Stefano De Sabbata, Ross S. Purves and Sara I. Fabrikant

Is exploratory search different? A comparison of information search behavior
for exploratory and lookup tasks (pages 2635–2651)  Kumaripaba Athukorala,
Dorota G?owacka, Giulio Jacucci, Antti Oulasvirta and Jilles Vreeken

Predicting information searchers' topic knowledge at different search stages
(pages 2652–2666)  Jingjing Liu, Chang Liu and Nicholas J. Belkin

Automated arabic text classification with P-Stemmer, machine learning, and a
tailored news article taxonomy (pages 2667–2683)  Tarek Kanan and Edward A.

Predicting the impact of scientific concepts using full-text features (pages
2684–2696)  Kathy McKeown, Hal Daume III, Snigdha Chaturvedi, John
Paparrizos, Kapil Thadani, Pablo Barrio, Or Biran, Suvarna Bothe, Michael
Collins, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Luis Gravano, Rahul Jha, Ben King, Kevin
McInerney, Taesun Moon, Arvind Neelakantan, Diarmuid O'Seaghdha, Dragomir
Radev, Clay Templeton and Simone Teufel

Liberating interdisciplinarity from myth. An exploration of the discursive
construction of identities in information studies (pages 2697–2709)  Dorte

Towards an understanding of the relationship between disciplinary research
cultures and open access repository behaviors (pages 2710–2724)
Jenny Fry, Valérie Spezi, Stephen Probets and Claire Creaser

Identification of nonliteral language in social media: A case study on
sarcasm (pages 2725–2737)  Smaranda Muresan, Roberto Gonzalez-Ibanez,
Debanjan Ghosh and Nina Wacholder

Form-ing institutional order: The scaffolding of lists and identifiers
(pages 2738–2753)  Paul Beynon-Davies
Herd behavior in consumers’ adoption of online reviews (pages 2754–2765)
Xiao-Liang Shen, Kem Z.K. Zhang and Sesia J. Zhao

Citation analysis as a literature search method for systematic reviews
(pages 2766–2777)  Christopher W. Belter

The application of bibliometrics to research evaluation in the humanities
and social sciences: An exploratory study using normalized Google Scholar
data for the publications of a research institute (pages 2778–2789)
Lutz Bornmann, Andreas Thor, Werner Marx and Hermann Schier

University citation distributions (pages 2790–2804)
Antonio Perianes-Rodriguez and Javier Ruiz-Castillo
The normalization of occurrence and Co-occurrence matrices in bibliometrics
using Cosine similarities and Ochiai coefficients (pages 2805–2814)  Qiuju
Zhou and Loet Leydesdorff

Estimating open access mandate effectiveness: The MELIBEA score (pages
2815–2828)  Philippe Vincent-Lamarre, Jade Boivin, Yassine Gargouri, Vincent
Larivière and Stevan Harnad

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