Franjo Pehar, Christian Schlögl, Christian Wolff (Hrsg.)
Re:inventing Information Science in the Networked Society.
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Franjo Pehar, Christian Schlögl, Christian Wolff
Editors‘ Note



Julianne Nyhan
New Paths Through the Histories of Digital Humanities – Uncovering Hidden Contributions to Busa’s Index Thomisticus

Tefko Saracevic
Why Is Relevance Still the Basic Notion in Information Science? – (Despite Great Advances in Information Technology)

Stefanie Haustein
Scientific Interactions and Research Evaluation: From Bibliometrics to Altmetrics


Information Science: Interdisciplinary Aspects and Cross-disciplinary Fertilisation

Lyn Robinson, Ernesto Priego, David Bawden
Library and Information Science and Digital Humanities: Two Disciplines, Joint Future?

Mauricio Barcellos Almeida, Renato Rocha Souza, Renata Baracho Porto
Looking for the Identity of Information Science in the Age of Big Data, Computing Clouds and Social Networks

Hans-Christoph Hobohm
Service Science as a Transdisciplinary Model for Information Science

Christoph Bläsi
Literary Studies, Business Studies – and Information Science? Yes, It’s a Key Discipline for the Empowerment of Publishing Studies for the Digital Age – In What Way Information Science Can Inform Publishing Studies in the Face of the Ongoing Digital Transitions

Dirk Lewandowski, Stefanie Haustein
What Does the German-language Information Science Community Cite? – An Analysis of the German Information Science Handbook „Grundlagen der praktischen Information und Dokumentation“


Object Description and Metadata Standards

Mihela Pauman Budanovic, Maja Žumer
Investigating Mental Models of Cataloguers as the First Step Towards the Development of Intuitive Cataloguer’s Tools

Nicolas Prongué, René Schneider
Modelling Library Linked Data in Practice – Three Swiss Case Studies

Clara Ginther, Stefan Schuh
Redefining Bibliographical Standards – Changes & Practical Implications

Giovanni Michetti
Unneutrality of Archival Standards and Processes

Manuel Burghardt, Franziska Hertlein, Bastian Hinterleitner, Constantin Lehenmeier, Thomas Spröd
A Crowdsourced Approach for the Documentation and Transcription of Graffiti in Public Restrooms


Information/Data Retrieval, Visualization and Mapping

Zeljko Carevic, Thomas Krichel, Philipp Mayr
Assessing a Human Mediated Current Awareness Service

Katharina C. Furtner, Thomas Mandl, Christa Womser-Hacker
Effects of Auto-Suggest on the Usability of Search in eCommerce

Sebastian Spanner, Manuel Burghardt, Christian Wolff
Twista – An Application for the Analysis and Visualization of Tailored Tweet Collections

Kristina Kocijan
Visualizing Natural Language Resources

Anette Siebenkäs, Bernd Markscheffel
Conception of a Workflow for the Semi-automatic Construction of a Thesaurus for the German Printing Industry

Lars Müller, Christoph Szepanski, Thomas Wetzel, Hans-Christoph Hobohm
Towards a More Data Oriented Medical Research Environment – Survey Results on Information and Data Practice

Andias Wira Alam, Stefan Müller, Natascha Schumann
datorium: Sharing Platform for Social Science Data – Deposit and Publish Research Data for Better Visibility


Information Behaviour and User Studies

Stefan Keil, Peter Böhm, Marc Rittberger
Qualitative Web Analytics: New Insights into Navigation Analysis and User Behavior – A Case Study of the German Education Server

Kim von Löwe Kiedrowski, Nadine Mahrholz, Joachim Griesbaum, Marc Rittberger
Social Media Usage in Education Related Web Search – An Analysis of the Information Behavior of Students of Education Related Study Paths in Germany

Eliane Blumer, René Schneider
Views and Clicks in Digital Libraries – A Comparative Usability Analysis of Eye and Mouse Tracking Data

Barbara Rösch, Rainer Hammwöhner
Reading Scanpaths

Christina Ohm, Bernd Ludwig, Saskia Gerstmeier
Photographs or Mobile Maps? – Displaying Landmarks in Pedestrian Navigation Systems

Markus Kattenbeck
How Do Participants Deal with Questions if Asked to Rate Visual Dimensions of an Object?

Simone Liegl, Raphael Fritsch, Gabriela Tullius
Where Is Waldo? – Visual Search Behavior in „Wimmelpictures“

Carmen Klingeberg, Gabriele Irle, Thomas Mandl
„I realized that Facebook is just totally absurd“ – Reasons of Non-users for Their Abstinence from Social Network Sites

Zinaida Manzuch, Rasa Januseviciene
Understanding the Elderly Non-users with Visual Impairments – The Case of the Lithuanian Library for the Blind

Arbnore Berisha, Ralph Kölle, Joachim Griesbaum
Acceptance of Telepresence Robots During Group Work – An Experimental Study


Scholarly Communication, Scientometrics and Altmetrics

Valeria Aman
Local, Networked or External? – Inclusion of Regional Journals in WoS and its Effect

Tomislav Ivanjko, Sonja Špiranec
Bibliometric Analysis of the Field of Folksonomy Research

Kaltrina Nuredini, Isabella Peters
Economic and Business Studies Journals and Readership Information from Mendeley

Peter Kraker, Asura Enkhbayar, Elisabeth Lex
Exploring Coverage and Distribution of Identifiers on the Scholarly Web

Edgar Schiebel
Mapping the Spreading of Cited References over Research Fronts of Bibliographically Coupled Publications

Axel Honka, Lisa Orszullok, Isabelle Dorsch, Nils Frommelius
Topical Impact Analysis – A New Informetric Indicator for the Assessment of a Scientific Institution


Digital Society and Literacy

Katsiaryna S. Baran, Kaja J. Fietkiewicz, Wolfgang G. Stock
Monopolies on Social Network Services (SNS) Markets and Competition Law

Thomas Weitzendorf, Rolf T. Wigand
Cultural Influences on Information Quality – The Impact of Objectivity and Believability on Corporate Decision Making and Performance

Wiebke Thode, Joachim Griesbaum, Thomas Mandl
„I would have never allowed it“: User Perception of Third-party Tracking and Implications for Display Advertising

Aylin Ilhan, Rena Möhlmann, Wolfgang G. Stock
Customer Value Research and ServQual Surveys as Methods for Information Need Analysis – The Ubiquitous City Songdo as a Case Study

Tamara Heck
Testing Learning Methods to Foster Information Literacy Skills

Lisa Beutelspacher, Maria Henkel, Christian Schlögl
Evaluating an Information Literacy Assessment Instrument – The Case of a Bachelor Course in Business Administration


Doctoral Colloquium

Stefanie Elbeshausen
Searcher Heterogeneity in Collaborative Information Seeking within the Context of Students Work Tasks

Lea Schubart
Analysis of the Scan Path Using Online Newspapers – Path Comparison Between User and Expert

Tamara Štefanac
The Conceptualization of Archival Materials Held in Museums

Ana Vukadin
Bibliographic Modelling of Transmedia


Gerhard Lustig Award Papers

Meri Bajić
Information Needs and Reading Interests of Prisoners

Jelena Ivanišević
Social Networks for Social Changes: Case Study of Facebook Group Anonymous Hrvatska (Croatia)

Eike Kleiner
Blended Shelf – Reality-based Presentation and Exploration of Library Collections

Christina Ohm
Estimating the Driver’s Workload – Using Smartphone Data to Adapt In-vehicle Information Systems

Raphaël Rey
Development of Competitive Intelligence Strategies for Organisations Providing Support to Start-ups: Examples of Genilem and Fongit

Armin Rombold
Research Fronts and New Applications of RFID Technology – A Bibliometric Analysis of the Research Literature

Katrin Steiner
Research Data Management and Information Literacy – New Developments at New Zealand University Libraries


Poster Presentations

Christiane Behnert
LibRank – New Approaches for Relevance Ranking in Library Information Systems

Stephan Büttner, Linda Treude, Sabine Wolf
Visual Contextualization of Library Data – Designing an Augmented Reality App

Isabelle Dorsch, Nils Frommelius
A Scientometric Approach to Determine and Analyze Productivity, Impact and Topics Based upon Personal Publication Lists

Maximilian Kautetzky, Benedikt Haas, Matthias Voit, Manuel Burghardt, Christian Wolff
ResearchSherlock – Toward a Seamless Integration of Printed Books into the Digital Academic Workflow

Wonsik Shim, Jeayeon Byun
Influence of Language and Task Complexity on Internet Searching Performance

Jasna Tingle
Book History – A Link between Information Science and Humanities – The Value of Information Contained in Book-Sellers Catalogues

Thomas Wilhelm-Stein, Maximilian Eibl
A Tool for Enhancing the Understanding of Information Retrieval System Components for Educational Purposes