Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 31, Issue 3-4

93 -- 0Ana Baptista, Peter Linde, Niklas Lavesson, Miguel A. Brito. Preface
101 -- 109Elizabeth Roxana Mass Araya, Silvana Aparecida Borsetti Gregório Vidotti. Creative commons: A convergence model between the ideal of commons and the possibilities of creation in contemporary times, opposed to copyright impediments
111 -- 119Lydia Chalabi, Madjid Dahmane. Open access in developing countries: African open archives
121 -- 129Flavia Bastos, Silvana Vidotti, Nanci Oddone. The University and its libraries: Reactions and resistance to scientific publishers
131 -- 138Anabela Serrano. Information retrieval educational goals in library and information science and in health sciences
139 -- 146Celeste Martin, Jonathan Aitken. Evolving definitions of authorship in Ebook design
147 -- 155Maria José Vicentini Jorente. Archives information publishing new design in post-custodial regime: The National Archives Experience Digital Vaults
157 -- 166Maria Nisheva-Pavlova, Pavel Pavlov. Ontology-based search and document retrieval in a digital library with folk songs
167 -- 176Carlos Henrique Marcondes. Knowledge network of scientific claims derived from a semantic publication system
177 -- 187José João Almeida, Nuno Ramos Carvalho, José Nuno Oliveira. WIKI: : SCORE A collaborative environment for music transcription and publishing
189 -- 197Ana Catarina Silva, Maria Manuel Borges. Book design program: A transition to a hybrid publishing context
199 -- 208Martin Hecher, Robert Möstl, Eva Eggeling, Christian Derler, Dieter W. Fellner. "Tangible Culture" - Designing virtual exhibitions on multi-touch devices
211 -- 214Rory McGreal, Nian-Shing Chen, Tim McNamara. A comparison of an open access university press with traditional presses: Two years later
215 -- 223Graham Stone. Huddersfield Open Access Publishing
225 -- 233Pierre Mounier. Freemium as a sustainable economic model for open access electronic publishing in humanities and social sciences
235 -- 241Maria Cristina Guardado, Maria Manuel Borges. Some trends in electronic publication and open access in Portuguese history journals
243 -- 248Anita Eppelin, Richarda Böttcher. Development of a publishing framework for living open access textbooks
249 -- 258Caren Milloy, Graham Stone, Ellen Collins. OAPEN-UK: An open access business model for scholarly monographs in the humanities and social sciences
259 -- 269Peter Linde, Jörgen Eriksson, Lars Kullman, Margareta Fathli, Klemens Karlsson, Marjatta Sikström, Ylva Sköld, Ingela Tång. Accessibility and self-archiving of conference articles: A study on a selection of Swedish institutional repositories
271 -- 279Chrysoula Gatsou, Anastasios Politis, Dimitrios Zevgolis. Text vs visual metaphor in mobile interfaces for novice user interaction
281 -- 291Irem Soydal, Gülten Alir, Yurdagül Ünal. Are Turkish universities ready for e-learning: A case of Hacettepe University Faculty of Letters
293 -- 299Jelle Gerbrandy, Els Kloek. The Biographical Portal of the Netherlands: Experiences in collecting and curating data from the web and elsewhere
301 -- 310Dora Santos Silva. The future of digital magazine publishing

Volume 31, Issue 1-2

1 -- 2Marjorie M. K. Hlava. Introduction
3 -- 13Ben Shneiderman. Social discovery in an information abundant world: Designing to create capacity and seek solutions
15 -- 21Thomas C. Rindflesch, Halil Kilicoglu, Marcelo Fiszman, Graciela Rosemblat, Dongwook Shin. Semantic MEDLINE: An advanced information management application for biomedicine
23 -- 30Victor Camlek. Healthcare mobile information flow
31 -- 38Christine Perey. Print and publishing and the future of Augmented Reality
39 -- 46Chris Armbruster, Svenja Hagenhoff. A short report from the International APE Conference: "Smarter publishing in the new decade" - 11-12 January 2011, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (preceded by the Education and Training Course: "Understanding and being successful in publishing" on 10 January 2011)
47 -- 51J. J. (Jos) Engelen. What academic publishing can do for science?
53 -- 59Daniel Mietchen, Gregor Hagedorn, Konrad U. Förstner, M. Fabiana Kubke, Claudia Koltzenburg, Mark Hahnel, Lyubomir Penev. Wikis in scholarly publishing
61 -- 83David Nicholas, Ian Rowlands. Social media use in the research workflow
85 -- 91Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Robert Darby, Bettina Goerner, Jenni Hyppoelae, Peter Igo-Kemenes, Deborah Kahn, Simon C. Lambert, Anja Lengenfelder, Chris Leonard, Salvatore Mele, Malgorzata Nowicka, Panayiota Polydoratou, David Ross, Sergio Ruiz-Perez, Ralf Schimmer, Mark Swaisland, Wim van der Stelt. Open access journals - what publishers offer, what researchers want