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1Zhang, J. ; Yu, Q. ; Zheng, F. ; Long, C. ; Lu, Z. ; Duan, Z.: Comparing keywords plus of WOS and author keywords : a case study of patient adherence research.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67(2016) no.4, S.967-972.
Abstract: Bibliometric analysis based on literature in the Web of Science (WOS) has become an increasingly popular method for visualizing the structure of scientific fields. Keywords Plus and Author Keywords are commonly selected as units of analysis, despite the limited research evidence demonstrating the effectiveness of Keywords Plus. This study was conceived to evaluate the efficacy of Keywords Plus as a parameter for capturing the content and scientific concepts presented in articles. Using scientific papers about patient adherence that were retrieved from WOS, a comparative assessment of Keywords Plus and Author Keywords was performed at the scientific field level and the document level, respectively. Our search yielded more Keywords Plus terms than Author Keywords, and the Keywords Plus terms were more broadly descriptive. Keywords Plus is as effective as Author Keywords in terms of bibliometric analysis investigating the knowledge structure of scientific fields, but it is less comprehensive in representing an article's content.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23437/abstract.
Objekt: Web of Science
2Long, C.E.: Improving subject searching in Web-based OPACs : evaluation of the problem and guidelines for design.
In: Journal of Internet cataloging. 2(2000) nos.3/4, S.159-186.
Abstract: Online catalog users search predominately by subject, yet it is the most difficult search to perform and retrieves records only about one-half of the time. A new generation of OPACs (online public access catalogs) is on the horizon, the Web-based OPAC. Web-based OPACs allow users to access online catalogs through a WWW (World Wide Web) interface and have the potential to improve patrons' ability to search by subject. But will this potential be realized? This article proposes some basic guidelines that can be incorporated into Web-based OPAC interface design to help users perform subject searches more effectively, and evaluates how well Web-based OPACs currently in operation address the subject searching problem
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Internet
3Long, C.E.: ¬The Internet's value to catalogers : results of a survey.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 23(1997) nos.3/4, S.65-74.
Abstract: Reports results of a questionnaire survey of cataloguers, conducted over the AUTOCAT Internet discussion group, to determine those areas of cataloguing for which the Internet is a valuable tool and those areas for which it is not as useful. Respondents indicated 4 areas in which cataloguers use the Internet: searching the OPACs of other libraries, communicating with colleagues, accessing online cataloguing documentation and publications, and authority work. Cataloguers who found access to other libraries' OPACs did so for the following reasons: assigning call numbers and subject headings; finding full cataloguing copy from other libraries; enriching their local catalogue with notes present in records in other libraries; finding copy for foreign language items that cannot be read by library staff; and resolving difficult problems when important parts of the item are missing ar are in disarray. Some cataloguers also related processes for which they have found the Internet to not be efficient
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Internet
4Long, C.A.: Making information available to partially sighted and blind clients.
In: Electronic library. 11(1993) no.6, S.373-384.
Abstract: Reviews empirically some of the problems faced by visually handicapped people in the age of computers and summarizes the types of technology that can assist in making information available to those with impaired vision. Provides contacts for those who wish to investigate these technologies further and some observations on implementing some of the solutions in education