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Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

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363   1997-3-0362KO activities113
Keren, C. – On information science (Lang.: eng). - In: From classification to knowledge organization : Dorking revisited or past is prelude : a collection of reprints to commemorate the forty year span between the Dorking Conference (First international study conference on classification research p.129-130. Orig. publ. in Journal of the American society for information science 35(1984)2, p.137

364   1997-3-0363KO activities113
Salton, G. – Brief communication : a note about information science research (Lang.: eng). - In: From classification to knowledge organization : Dorking revisited or past is prelude : a collection of reprints to commemorate the forty year span between the Dorking Conference (First international study conference on classification research p.131-136. Orig. publ. in Journal of the American society for information science 36(1985)4, p.268-271

996   1998-0372KO activities113
Chernyi, A.I. – On the problems of organization and representation of knowledge (Lang.: eng). - In: International Forum on Information and Documentation, 22(1997)4,p.3-10.

997   1998-0373KO activities113
Curras, E. – Caos y orden en la organización del conocimiento [Chaos and order in Knowledge Organization] (Lang.: spa). - In: Organización del Conociemto en Sistemas de Información y Documentación, 2(1997),p.13-37. Contains articles on the genesis of the Dutch manual, and its translations into other languages

998   1998-0374KO activities113
Ballard, T. – Keyword/Subject: finding the middle path (Lang.: eng). - In: Information Today, 15(1998)6,p.58.

4405   2006-33-2-0009KO activities113
Chiu, T.H. – Attributes and factors affecting the organization of knowledge resources : a case study of the library and information service industry in Taiwan (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Organization, 32(2005)3, p.128-34.

5638   2008-0183KO activities113
López-Huertas, M.J. – Some current research questions in the field of Knowledge Organization (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Organization, 35(2008)2/3, p.113-136.

8405   KO activities113
Søilen, Klaus Solberg, Alipour, Philip Baback. – Semantics, classifications and evidence in a model for global catastrophic risks (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization, 38(2011)5, pp. 438-454.

8985   KO activities113
Lambe, Patrick. – Knowledge organization systems as enablers to the conduct of science (Lang.: eng). - In: : Facets of knowledge organization, pp. 261-279 (06.11.7.4/5).

9417   KO activities113
Oh, Kyong Eun. – The process of organizing personal information (Lang.: eng). - In: Advances in classification research online, 23(2013)1, pp. 5-8. – Available at http://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/acro/article/view/14227 Paper presented at the 23rd ASIST SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, October 26, 2012, Baltimore, MD, USA

11315   1993-0106KO activities113
Chen, Zh.. – A conceptual model for storage and retrieval of short scientific texts (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Process.& ManagementVol. 29 No. 2. 1993. p.209-214.

12578   1996-0934KO activities113
Eschenbach, C.. – Classical mereology and restricted domains (Lang.: eng). - In: Int.J.Human-Comput.Studies. Vol. 43, No. 5/6. 1995. p.723-40.

12579   1996-0935KO activities113
Gerstl, P.. – Midwinters, end games, and body parts: a classification of part-whole relations (Lang.: eng). - In: Int.J.Human-Comput.Studies. Vol. 43, No. 5/6. 1995. p.865-89.

15712   KO activities113
Boutin, Eric ; Amato, StĂ©phane. – Le web interactionniste : reprĂ©sentations et rĂ©alitĂ© (Lang.: fre). - In: Contextes, langues et cultures dans l’organisation des Connaissances, pp. 260-273 (06.13-10-10/11)..

15716   KO activities113
Iyer, Hemalata; GuadrĂłn, Mary. – Older adults and eHealth Literacy: challenges to knowledge representation (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization in the 21st century, pp. 429-436 (06.14-05-19/22).

15718   KO activities113
McTavish, Jill . – Everyday life classification processes and technologies (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization in the 21st century, pp. 252-257 (06.14-05-19/22).

16174   KO activities113
Hagenau, Bernd. – Warum sich die SULB SaarbrĂĽcken nicht als FID bewirbt [Why the Saarland University and Regional Library will not apply to become a „Scientific Information Service“] (Lang.: ger). - In: Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis, 38(2014),3, pp. 403-406. The libraries taking part in the former special subject collections system („Sondersammelgebiete“, SSG) have been invited by the German Research Foundation („Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft“, DFG) to launch applications for their specific subject area within the framework of her new follow-up programme of Scientific Information Services („Fachinformationsdienste“, FID). However, Saarland University and Regional Library in SaarbrĂĽcken („Saarländische Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek“, SULB), operating as a special subject collection library for psychology since 1966 in addition to her function as being the central library of Saarland University, will not follow this invitation. This decision was taken not only by financial reasons, but also with regard to the content of the new programme which could convince neither the library nor Saarland University. It appears questionable whether a suite of proposal-based review processes will be appropriate to establish a solid nation-wide information infrastructure for all subject areas.

16175   KO activities113
Hätscher, Petra; MĂĽller, Maria Elisabeth. – Fachinformationsdienste fĂĽr die Wissenschaft – mehr als nur eine Umbenennung der Sondersammelgebiete [Scientific Information Services: More than just renaming the special subject collections] (Lang.: ger). - In: Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis, 38(2014),3, pp. 407-410. The article looks at how and why the German Research Foundation (DFG) transformed its long-running system of subsidizing special subject collections (SSG) into a new system of funding specialized information services (FID). Both authors played an active role in the transformation process. They give an insight into the obstacles that have to be met and overcome as well as the new opportunities provided by the system.

16177   KO activities113
Tappenbeck, Inka. – Fachreferat 2020: From collections to connections [Subject Librarianship 2020: From collections to connections] (Lang.: ger). - In: Bibliotheksdienst, 49(2015)1, pp. 37-48. Starting off with a review of the development of the tasks and topics of subject librarianship this article points out the skills and competencies that will be required of Subject Librarians in the future in order to support teachers and especially researchers in handling data and information in an ever more evolving e-science environment. It is emphasized that this field of competence which has been declared dead many times is currently getting the chance to gain new importance. Successful implementation of these new ideas will primarily depend on the willingness to accept new challenges and to dismiss some traditional views on the remit of Subject Librarians.

16235   KO activities113
Eungi Kim. – Quantitative Evidence on the Uses of the First Person Pronoun (I and We) in Journal Paper Abstracts (Lang.: eng). - In: Journal of the Korean Society for Information Management, 31(2015)4, pp. 227-243.. – Available at http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/3672004

16236   KO activities113
Pan Jun Kim. – An Analytical Study on Research Trends of Digital Curation : Focused on Library and Information Science (Lang.: k). - In: Journal of the Korean Society for Information Management, 31(2015)4, pp. 265-295.. – Available at http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/3672006

16305   KO activities113
Degkwitz, Andreas. – From Special Subject Collections to Discipline Driven Information Provisioning (Lang.: eng). - In: LIBREAS. Library Ideas, (2015)27. – Available at http://libreas.eu/ausgabe27/07degkwitz/

17176   KO activities113
Jeannin, Gaël. – L'inventaire de la bibliothèque du clergé de la paroisse d'Attalens: réflexions [The inventory of the library of the clergy of the parish of Attalens [Switzerland]: reflections] (Lang.: fre). - In: Informationswissenschaft: Theorie, Methode und Praxis, 4(2016)1, pp. 224-238. – Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.18755/iw.2016.17

17159   KO activities113
Neudecker, Clemens; Rehm, Georg. – Digitale Kuratierungstechnologien f?r Bibliotheken [Digital curating technologies for libraries] (Lang.: ger). - In: 027.7 Zeitschrift für Bibliothekskultur, 4(2016)2, pp. 104-116 . – Available at http://0277.ch/ojs/index.php/cdrs_0277/article/view/158

17798   KO activities113
Maltese, Vincenzo; Giunchiglia, Fausto. – Foundations of digital universities (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 55(2017)1, pp. 26-50.London, UK, Taylor & Francis Online, 2017. – pp. 24. – Available at http://https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639374.2016.1245231?journalCode=wccq20 ISSN: 01639374

17958   KO activities113
Zhao, Rongying; Wei, Xuqiu. – Collaboration of Chinese scholars in international articles: a case study of knowledge organization (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Organization,44(2017)5, pp. 326-334.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2017. – pp. 9. ISSN: 09437444; 2 Diagrams, 2 Charts, 1 Graph

15713   KO activitiescontrol of knowledge113;165
Dörr, Marianne. – Vom Sondersammelgebiet zum Fachinformationsdienst – ein Praxisbericht [From special subject collections to specialised information services: a practical experience report] (Lang.: ger). - In: Zeitschrift fĂĽr Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 61(2014)3, PP. 130-137.

15715   KO activitiescontrol of knowledge113;165
Griebel, Rolf. – Ein "folgenreicher" Paradigmenwechsel: Die Ablösung der Sondersammelgebiete durch die Fachinformationsdienste fĂĽr die Wissenschaft [A "momentous" paradigm shift: the replacement of the special subject collections by specialised information services for the sciences] (Lang.: ger). - In: Zeitschrift fĂĽr Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 61(2014)3, PP. 138-157.

15717   KO activitiescontrol of knowledge113;165
KĂĽmmel, Christoph; Strohschneider, Peter. – Ende der Sammlung? Die Umstrukturierung der Sondersammelgebiete der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft [The end of the collection? The restructuring of the special subject collections of the German research foundation] (Lang.: ger). - In: Zeitschrift fĂĽr Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 61(2014)3, PP. 120-129.

15922   KO activitiesKO research in countries113;189
CafĂ©, LĂ­gia Maria Arruda; Barros, Camila Monteiro de; Santos, ValĂ©ria Cunha dos. – O conceito de Organização do Conhecimento nas revistas brasileiras de CiĂŞncia da Informação [The concept of knowledge organization in Brazilian journals of information science] (Lang.: por). - In: Revista Interamericana de BiblioecologĂ­a, 37(2014)3, pp. 201-214. – Available at http://aprendeenlinea.udea.edu.co/revistas/index.php/RIB/article/view/20520/17279

16319   KO activitiesKO research in countries113;189
Rasche, Monika; Böhme, Mechthild. – „One Slot” fĂĽr die Kunden der StadtbĂĽcherei MĂĽnster [One Slot for the customers of the MĂĽnster public library [VuFind]] (Lang.: ger). - In: Pro Libris, 18(2014)3, pp. 122-123. – Available at http://www.bibliotheken-nrw.de/fileadmin/Dateien/Daten/ProLibris/ProLibris-3-14-Webansicht.pdf

4691   2006-33-4-0294KO activitiesonline retrieval problems113;751
Zins, C. – Conceptions of information science (Lang.: eng). - In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(2007)3, p.335-350.

15714   KO activitiesarchival description113;943
Fritz, Steffen. – Die Anwendung des BagIt-Formats im Deutschen Literaturarchiv Marbach [Using the BagIt format at the German literature archive in Marbach] (Lang.: ger). - In: B.I.T. online: Zeitschrift fĂĽr Bibliothek, Information und Technologie, 17(2014)2, pp. 109-114.

 



 

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17893conferences06;113
Gilchrist, Alan. – Reflections on knowledge, communication and knowledge organization (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)6, pp. 456-469.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 14. ISSN: 09437444; 4 Diagrams

9891998-0365conferences06.95-11-16/17;113
García Marco, F.J. – Actas del II encuentro de ISKO-España, Getafe, 16 y 17 de noviembre de 1995 [Proceedings of the 2nd meeting of ISKO-Spain, Getafe, 16-17 Nov. 1995] (Lang.: spa). – Zaragoza, Universidad de Zaragoza, 1997. – pp. 320.(Organización del Conociemto en Sistemas de Información y Documentación ; 2).

28282001-0486KOS theoryKO activities211;113
Williamson, N.J. – Classification research news (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization, 28(2001)3,p.141-148.

39572005-32-1-0033indexing principlesKO activitiesKO historical persons311;113;922
Coleman, A.S. – A Code for Classifiers : Whatever happened to Merrill's Code (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization, 31(2004)3, p.161-176. »» On the work of William Stetson Merrill

15424linguistics and KOKO activities711;113
Fankhauser, Peter; Fiedler, Norman; Witt, Andreas. – Forschungsdatenmanagement in den Geisteswissenschaften am Beispiel der germanistischen Linguistik [Research data management in the humanities; the example of German linguistics] (Lang.: ger). – In: Zeitschrift fĂĽr Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 60(2013)6, pp.296-306.


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