Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Articals that cite Clifford Lynch's essay for Scientific American by Dana Schwartz

BOWMAN CM., DANZIG PB., HARDY DR., MANBER U., & SCHWARTZ, MF. (1995). The Harvest Information Discovery and Access System. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems. (1-2): 119-125.
According to the abstract this artical looks very promising as a great source for someone researching how information is organized on the World Wide Web. The artical intorduces Harvest, "a system that provides a scalable, customizable architecture for gathering, indexing, caching, replicating, and accessing Internet information."

Gay G., Stefanone M., Grace-Martin M., & Hembrooke H. (2001). The effects of wireless computing in collaborative learning environments. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 13 (2): 257-276.
According to the abstract this artical looks like it would be excellent for someone reserching how information is organized on the World Wide Web. The artical discusses how students use their computers in a study that was done. The abstract says, "...regarding students' use of the laptops for electronic communication, Web browsing, and local application use ...". This seems very relevent for people interested in information over the WWW.

Miksa F., Greenberg J., O'Neill ET., & Pasch G. (2002). Subject metadata from the other side.
Proceedings of the 65th ASIST Annual Meeting. 527-528.
According to the abstract this artical will discuss Metadata and the continued rapid growth of the World Wide Web. This artical looks like it would be very helpful to assit someone who is interested in reserching how information is organized on the WWW.

By Dana Schwartz


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