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2012 Volume 63 Issue 9

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The French conception of information science: "Une exception française"?
Fidelia Ibekwe-Sanjuan

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The role of online videos in research communication: A content analysis of YouTube videos cited in academic publications
Kayvan Kousha | Mike Thelwall | Mahshid Abdoli

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An eye-tracking approach to the analysis of relevance judgments on the Web: The case of Google search engine
Panos Balatsoukas | Ian Ruthven

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Social tagging is no substitute for controlled indexing: A comparison of Medical Subject Headings and CiteULike tags assigned to 231, 388 papers
Danielle H. Lee | Titus Schleyer

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Toward broader impacts: Making sense of NSF's merit review criteria in the context of the National Science Digital Library
Marcia A. Mardis | Ellen S. Hoffman | Flora P. McMartin

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Deriving query intents from web search engine queries
Dirk Lewandowski | Jessica Drechsler | Sonja von Mach

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Where you publish matters most: A multilevel analysis of factors affecting citations of internet studies
Tai-Quan Peng | Jonathan J. H. Zhu

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Information behavior in stages of exercise behavior change
Noora Hirvonen | Maija-Leena Huotari | Raimo Niemelä | Raija Korpelainen

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Author name disambiguation: What difference does it make in author-based citation analysis?
Andreas Strotmann | Dangzhi Zhao

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A new approach for measuring the value of patents based on structural indicators for ego patent citation networks
Xiaojun Hu | Ronald Rousseau | Jin Chen

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Can intermediary-based science standards crosswalking work? Some evidence from mining the standard alignment tool (SAT)
René F. Reitsma | Byron Marshall | Trevor Chart

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Some philosophical considerations in using mixed methods in library and information science research
Lai Ma

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The inclusivity of Wikipedia and the drawing of expert boundaries: An examination of talk pages and reference lists
Brendan Luyt

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Ranking, relevance judgment, and precision of information retrieval on children's queries: Evaluation of Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Yahoo! Kids, and ask Kids
Dania Bilal

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Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other by Sherry Turkle. New York: Basic Books, 2011. 384 pp. $28.95 (ISBN 9780465010219)
Hamid R. Ekbia

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Designing Culture: The Technological Imagination at Work by Anne Balsamo, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011. 289 pp. $25.95 (ISBN: 978-0-8223-4445-2)
Patricia Galloway

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Percentile ranks and the integrated impact indicator (I3)
Loet Leydesdorff | Lutz Bornmann