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The article provides an overview of different events and news from the library world. Mentioned themes include the awarding of the Access to Learning Award of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2010 to the library of ...
Managing Intellectual Capital in Libraries and Information Services
Intellectual capital is the set of all intangible assets, that is, invisible, non-monetary assets held by a library, which can be identified as separate assets. Intellectual capital has become the buzzword of a knowledge-based ...
Assessing use intention and usability of mobile devices in a hybrid environment
During the last decades many information providers, such as libraries, have been collecting, organizing and delivering information in both print and digital format, forming a hybrid information environment. However, ...
Choice of Library and Information Science in a rapidly changing information landscape
Library and Information Science (LIS) has for a long time tried to gain legitimacy. In an ever changing environment due to technological and economic developments, the motivations behind choice of LIS are still of great ...
Mining user communities in digital libraries
The interest in the analysis of library user behaviour has been increasing rapidly since the advent of digital libraries and the Internet. In this context, the authors analyze the queries posed to a digital library and ...
Διεθνές Δίκτυο Πυρηνικών Βιβλιοθηκών και Κέντρων Πληροφόρησης
(Οργανωτική Επιτροπή Ενίσχυσης Βιβλιοθηκών, 2013)
Taking the next step in digital documentation of historic cities: How hermes evolved in an open data digital library of historic buildings
When a long-term research finishes, there is always a question about implementation and further development. In the case of HER.M.e.S, the Digital Heritage Management System of the Historic City of Hermoupolis, in a Greek ...
The “Nomenclature of Multidimensionality” in the Digital Libraries Evaluation Domain
Digital libraries evaluation is characterised as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary domain posing a set of challenges to the research communities that intend to utilise and assess criteria, methods and tools. The ...
The invention of the Greek library
The form of the "Greek library" is distinguished from the "Roman library," and these forms are seen as the product of the library's historical development (from the Lyceum to Alexandria to Pergamum to Rome). I argue that ...