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First Monday March 2014, Volume 19, number 3

Readers: First Monday has just published the March 2014 (volume 19, number 3) issue at http://firstmonday.org/issue/current. The following papers are included in this month’s issue: Taking tweets to the streets: A spatial analysis of the Vinegar Protests in Brazil by Marco Bastos, Raquel Recuero, and Gabriela Zago Occupy Oakland and #oo: Uses of Twitter within […]

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Current Cites, February 2014

Current Cites February 2014 Edited by [2]Roy Tennant http://currentcites.org/2014/cc14.25.2.html Contributors: [3]Alison Cody, [4]Peter Hirtle, [5]Leo Robert Klein, [6]Nancy Nyland, [7]Roy Tennant

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First Monday February 2014

First Monday has just published the Feburary 2014 (volume 19, number 2) issue at http://firstmonday.org/issue/current. The following papers are included in this month’s issue: The battle for ‘Trayvon Martin’: Mapping a media controversy online and off-line by Erhardt Graeff, Matt Stempeck, and Ethan Zuckerman The rise of African SIM registration: The emerging dynamics of regulatory […]

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Current Cites, January 2014 Current Cites

Current Cites January 2014 Edited by [2]Roy Tennant http://currentcites.org/2014/cc14.25.1.html Contributors: [3]Charles W. Bailey, Jr., [4]Peter Hirtle, [5]Nancy Nyland, [6]Roy Tennant, [7]Jesús Tramullas, _____________________________________________________

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The January/February 2014 issue of D-Lib Magazine

The January/February 2014 issue of D-Lib Magazine (http://www.dlib.org/) is now available. This is a special issue on the topic of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) with guest editors Fran Berman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ross Wilkinson, Australian National Data Service; and John Wood, The Association of Commonwealth Universities. The issue contains five articles and two conference […]

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First Monday January 2014

First Monday has just published the January 2014 (volume 19, number 1) issue at http://firstmonday.org/issue/current. The following papers are included in this month’s issue: Emergency-relief coordination on social media: Automatically matching resource requests and offers by Hemant Purohit, Carlos Castillo, Fernando Diaz, Amit Sheth, and Patrick Meier. Understanding the evolution of bona fide mixed-mode groups: […]

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Call for Papers: Indigenous Special Issue – Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Guest editors Cheryl Metoyer and Ann Doyle invite contributions to an Indigenous Special Issue of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. This special issue aims to engage an international and interdisciplinary dialogue about Indigenous approaches to cataloguing and classification.  It includes theoretical and applied research that examines processes of representing and organizing documents or their resultant products […]

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Call for Papers on Semantic Search in ASLIB Proceedings

Call for Papers on Semantic Search in ASLIB Proceedings Journal call for papers from Aslib Proceedings:Semantic Search and Linked Open Data Special Issue This special issue aims to explore the possibilities and limitations of Semantic Search. This issue will be jointly guest edited by Professor  Dr. Ulrike Spree, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany  and […]

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Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science

Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science Title: Data, Records, and Archives in the Cloud Aims and Scope The cloud — on-demand access to a network of a shared pool of configurable computing resources — heralds unprecedented challenges for archivists as well as records and information managers. Data, records and archives […]

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First Monday, December 2013 (volume 18, number 12)

First Monday has just published the December 2013 (volume 18, number 12) issue at http://firstmonday.org/issue/current. The following papers are included in this month’s issue: Transaction costs, privacy, and trust: The laudable goals and ultimate failure of notice and choice to respect privacy online by Kirsten Martin Viewing youth and mobile privacy through a digital policy […]

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