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1Copeland, A.J. ; Barreau, D.: Helping people to manage and share their digital information : a role for public libraries.
In: Library trends. 59(2011) no.4, S.637-649.
Abstract: As a cultural institution, the public library is charged with providing resources and services that fit the needs of a particular community and, if space and budgets allow, of serving as a resource and repository of the community's past. To fulfill its mission to the public, the library must attract that public by offering materials and providing opportunities for them to pursue their unique and varied interests and discover new things. By engaging individuals in the identification and preservation of their own personal, digital objects, it may be possible to increase awareness in, and commitment to, community repositories that reflect a community's diversity and that will serve all. A user education program that focuses on the importance of identifying and preserving the information and artifacts that are important, that addresses the technical aspects of preservation, and that creates awareness of the benefits and challenges associated with sharing personal information can result in a community repository that ultimately has more value for both the individual and the community.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: 10.1353/lib.2011.0016.
Themenfeld: Bibliographische Software
Anwendungsfeld: Öffentliche Bibliotheken
2Barreau, D.: ¬The persistence of behavior and form in the organization of personal information.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 59(2008) no.2, S.307-317.
Abstract: This study revisits managers who were first interviewed more than 10 years ago to identify their personal information management (PIM) behaviors. The purpose of this study was to see how advances in technology and access to the Web may have affected their PIM behaviors. PIM behaviors seem to have changed little over time, suggesting that technological advances are less important in determining how individuals organize and use information than are the tasks that they perform. Managers identified increased volume of e-mail and the frustration with having to access multiple systems with different, unsynchronized passwords as their greatest PIM challenges. Organizational implications are discussed.
3Barreau, D.K.: Context as a factor in personal information management systems.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 46(1995) no.5, S.327-339.
Abstract: Personal information management (PIM) systems are information systems developed by indivduals for use in a work environment. 7 managers were interviewed to observe how their electronic documents were organized, stored and retrievd. Investigates classification behaviour both to identify the features of a PIM system and to suggest whether the factors which influence classification decisions in an electronic environment were consistent with the factors that Kwasnik observed for physical documents in an offivce. These behaviours may be influenced by the hardware and software environment and may impact personal as well as organizational efficiency