Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Lab #4: The Joys of Citation

Last week's references according to the APA format of citation.

  • Berners-Lee, T., Hendler, J., & Lassila, O. (2001). Scientific American, 284:5, 35.
  • Schneider, Steven M., and Foot, Kirsten A. (2004). The Web as an object of study. New Media & Society, 6, 114-122.

3 Useful References that Cite Lynch's Article:

  • Lin X., & Chan L.M. (1999). Personalized knowledge organization and access for the web. Library & Information Science Research, 21 (2), 153-172.
This article is useful. It not only cites Lynch's article but it focuses on the topic. It talks about traditional information storage and retrieval methods combined with technology offer a lot to the digital environment. A device called Knowledge Class, was developed integrate information organizing methods and advanced Web technology. Therefore, the focus of this article shows a new way of thinking and organizing the rich quantitative and qualitative information on the Web.

  • Koehler, W. (1999). An analysis of Web page and Web site constancy and permanence. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 50 (2), 162-180.
We recognize that documents on the World Wide Web are ephemeral and changing. We also recognize that Web documents can be categorized along a number of dimensions, including "publisher," size, object mix, as well as purpose, meaning, and content. It is suggested that, from the perspective of information maintenance and retrieval, the WWW does not represent revolutionary change.

  • D'Alessandro, M.P. (1998). Creating and curating a pediatric radiology digital library to make the Internet a useful reference tool for the radiologist. Pediatric Radiology, 28 (11): 890-895.
This reference would make it promising for someone researching how information is organized onto the World Wide Web because although it isn't as general as other references could be, it provides an extremely useful example because it is so specific. As a result, the goal of this article is to create a pediatric radiology digital library that will make the Internet a useful reference tool for the radiologists.

Abby Lai


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