Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 39, Issue 4

249 -- 280Bonnie Lawlor. An overview of the NFAIS Conference: Artificial intelligence: Finding its place in research, discovery, and scholarly publishing
281 -- 289Daniel J. Vasicek. Artificial intelligence and machine learning: Practical aspects of overfitting and regularization
291 -- 296Stacey Tobin, Bamini Jayabalasingham, Sarah Huggett, Maria de Kleijn. A brief historical overview of artificial intelligence research
297 -- 302Sam D. Herbert. The road to data maturity - Why publishing has to stay relevant in the digital age and why it needs to start now
303 -- 318Rosina Weber. Applying artificial intelligence in the science & technology cycle
319 -- 333Ann Gabriel. Artificial intelligence in scholarly communications: An elsevier case study
335 -- 346Bert Carelli. TrendMD: Using AI to enhance discovery and achieve publisher goals
347 -- 356Amanda Wheatley, Sandy Hervieux. Artificial intelligence in academic libraries: An environmental scan
357 -- 360Michael Puscar. Artificial intelligence is not the future, it is the now
361 -- 367Peter Ciuffetti. Opportunities for non-data scientists to apply machine learning technology
369 -- 374David Nicholas, Cherifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Abdullah Abrizah, Blanca Rodríguez Bravo, Jie Xu 0005, Marzena Swigon, Anthony Watkinson, Eti Herman. Open science from the standpoint of the new wave of researchers: Views from the scholarly frontline
375 -- 381Judith C. Russell. Bridge over troubled water: In the spirit of Karen Hunter (1945-2018) APE 2019: Academic Publishing in Europe Berlin, January 15, 2019
383 -- 385Michiel Kolman. The value of publishing and the role of copyright, freedom to publish, and diversity & inclusion
387 -- 395Philippe M.-A. B. Terheggen. The value of scholarly communication
397 -- 398Judy Verses. Embracing customer-centric changes in publishing
399 -- 403Chris Graf. What happens to research quality when we change the peer review and the research publishing model?
405 -- 406Jonathan Hevenstone. Graduating from publishing platforms to researcher-oriented pipelines
407 -- 422Yvonne Campfens. Market research report: What has become of new entrants in research workflows and scholarly communication?

Volume 39, Issue 3

123 -- 126Elliot R. Siegel. Editor's Note
127 -- 165Bonnie Lawlor. An overview of the NFAIS 2019 Annual Conference: Creating strategic solutions in a technology-driven marketplace
167 -- 175Mary Lee Kennedy. The tangible and potential impact of research libraries
177 -- 181Julie Griffin. Leadership to advance data and information science at Virginia Tech library
183 -- 188Peter Berkery, Annette Windhorn. How university presses are learning to serve digital humanists
189 -- 197Timothy M. McGeary. The impact of technology on user-centric discovery
199 -- 204David Kochalko. Making the unconventional conventional: How blockchain contributes to reshaping scholarly communications
205 -- 213Robert T. Kasenchak Jr.. What is Semantic Search? And why is it important?
215 -- 219Peter McCracken. ShipIndex.org: A database with a narrow focus, but broad application
221 -- 225Violaine Iglesias 0001. Don't post your videos and podcasts. Publish them. Cadmore Media: Streaming for scholarly and professional organizations
227 -- 232Leslie McIntosh, Anthony Juehne. Automating the pre-review of research
233 -- 235Scott A. Livingston. I am Scott Livingston. I am not a book
237 -- 242John Seguin. The future of access: How a mosaic of next-gen solutions will deliver more convenient access to more users
243 -- 247Jean Shipman, Rong Tang. The collaborative creation of a Research Data Management Librarian Academy (RDMLA)

Volume 39, Issue 1-2

1 -- 3Elliot R. Siegel, Robert A. Logan. Editors' Note
5 -- 14Terry Ahmed. MedlinePlus at 21: A website devoted to consumer health information
15 -- 22Sandra Williams Hilfiker, Stephanie Santana, Megan Freedman, Linda M. Harris. There's a gap between digital health information and users - let's close it
23 -- 36Earnestine Willis, Constance Gundacker, Melissa Harris, Mahir Mameledzija. Improving immunization and health literacy through a community-based approach enhanced by technology
37 -- 49Emily B. Peterson, Anna Gaysynsky, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, Camella Rising. The role and impact of health literacy on peer-to-peer health communication
51 -- 58Suzanne Bakken, Adriana Arcia, Janet Woollen. Promoting Latino self-management through use of information visualizations: A case study in New York City
59 -- 67Jodi Duckhorn, Brian Lappin, Jessica Weinberg, Lee L. Zwanziger. The FDA's Message Testing: Putting health literacy advice into practice
69 -- 78Susan Bartlett, Christopher Dezii, Kimberly Sandt. The Universal Patient Language: A set of resources and tools to design patient communications that support better health literacy
79 -- 92Gillian P. Christie, Scott C. Ratzan. Beyond the bench and bedside: Health literacy is fundamental to sustainable health and development
93 -- 104John David Ike, Rachael Postlethwait, Ruth Parker. Nurturing context: TRACE, the arts, medical practice, and health literacy
105 -- 122Otmane Azeroual, Gunter Saake, Mohammad Abuosba, Joachim Schöpfel. Solving problems of research information heterogeneity during integration - using the European CERIF and German RCD standards as examples