Hot Articles in Library and Information Science (via Hot Articles bX)

Posted on March 30, 2012 by


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Hot Articles in Library and Information Science (March 2012)

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  • van Zyl, Anria S The impact of Social Networking 2.0 on organisations The Electronic Library; 2009; vol 27; iss 6
  • Huberman, Bernardo Social networks that matter : Twitter under the microscope First Monday; 2009; vol 14; iss 1
  • Bertot, John C Using ICTs to create a culture of transparency: E-government and social media as openness and anti-corruption tools for societies Government information quarterly; 2010; vol 27; iss 3
  • Dewan, Pauline Are books becoming extinct in academic libraries? New Library World; 2012; vol 113; iss 1/2
  • Layne, Karen Developing fully functional E-government: A four stage model Government information quarterly; 2001; vol 18; iss 2
  • Foasberg, Nancy Adoption of E-Book Readers among College Students: A Survey Information Technology and Libraries; 2011; vol 30; iss 3
  • Golderman, Gail JSTOR Library Journal; 2006; vol 131; iss 5
  • Gumulak, Sabina Playing video games: learning and information literacy. Aslib Proceedings; 2011; vol 63; iss 2/3
  • Chadwell, Faye What’s Next for Collection Management and Managers? Collection management; 2008; vol 33; iss 3

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