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Text and data mining exception and the benefit for the libraries
In the field of research, the exception of text and data mining makes the processing of large amounts of information with a view to gaining new knowledge and discovering new trends possible, through new technologies that ...
COVID-19 and library social media use
The study aims to explore Greek libraries’ social media presence and library operation and social media use during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) lockdown. Design/methodology/approach Primary data were collected ...
Librarians’ support in improving health literacy: a systematic literature review
The last couple of decades health literacy has gained significant momentum among the issues listed as priority within the public health sphere. In addition, the advances of Information and Communications Technology, the ...
7 - COVID-19: Libraries’ responses to the global health emergency
In this global health emergency, most information organizations have either closed their premises or operated with restrictions in their services, staff, and patrons, at the same time they are called to cope with significant ...
Linked data for libraries: creating a global knowledge space, a systematic literature review
The Semantic Web in general and the Linked Open Data Initiative, in particular, are a growing movement for organisations to make their existing data available in a machine-readable format. Thus, institutions are highly ...