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The use and awareness of Web 2.0 tools by Greek LIS students
The aim of this paper is to investigate the use of Web 2.0 tools and their use by Greek library science and information systems (LSIS) students; to study to what extent students use these tools both in everyday life and ...
Virtual maps-virtual worlds: testing the usability of a Greek virtual cultural map
The authors report on the findings of a usability test conducted to evaluate the usability of the VeriaGrid online system. The VeriaGrid (www.theveriagrid.org) is a prototype virtual map that focuses on the provision of ...
Greek Academic Librarians Perceptions of the Impact of Google on Their Role as Information Providers
The increased popularity of Google search engine in the daily routine in one's workplace and in the academic information seeking process is undeniable. "Googling" challenges the traditional skills of librarians as information ...
A Review of the Library and Information Services in Greece: current Developments That Shape LIS Education
This paper sets the context for this special issue on LIS education in Greece by explaining the Greek higher education system both in organisational terms and in the approaches to teaching and learning. In addition it ...
Marketing applications in Greek academic library services
This paper aims to describe marketing methods, techniques and activities used in Greek academic libraries and their staff perceptions regarding the importance of marketing applications. In addition, it identifies factors ...
A Comparative Study of International and Greek Search Engines
A study was carried out by Greek students in March 2011 to investigate a variety of Greek and international search engines. The study looked at how search engines respond to user experience in the search for information ...