CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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To Blend or not to Blend? Perceptual Speed, Visual Memory and Aggregated Search. Proceedings of the 39th Annual ACM International Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR ’16).(2016).
Consumer response to Seagram's equivalency TV spots. Journalism Quarterly. 46, 834-846.(1987).
A qualitative study of alcoholics in recovery and alcoholic-beverage advertising. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 181.(1992).
When in Rome...Do as Britain Does: Italian advertising professionals talk about Italian advertising. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 200-06.(2000).
How recovering alcoholics interpret alcoholic-beverage advertising. Health Marketing Quarterly. 12, 125-39.(1994).
Before blogs, there were zines: Berman, Danky, and the political case for zine collecting in North American academic libraries. Serials Review. 40(1), 12-20.(2014).
The Role of Trust and Authority in the Citation Behaviour of Researchers. Information Research. 20(3), 17 pages.(2015).
Assistance across Borders: American Academic Libraries in Afghanistan and Qatar. Collaborative Librarianship. 2(2),(2010).
A Comparison of Iranian Consumer Health Websites with Similar Websites in Selected Countries Based On E-Health Code of Ethics Standards. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) .(2014).
What Do We Know About Scientists’ Use of Information in General: The Role of the Literature and Other Information Sources. Metadiversity II: Assessing the Information Requirements of the Biodiversity Community, U.S. Geological Survey and the National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services.(2001).
Discovering the Magic: Faculty and Student Use of Electronic Journals. NASIG Regional Conference.(2004).
Evaluating, Selecting, and Installing CD-ROM. Annual Meeting of the Hawaii Library Association.(1991).
Mentoring and State of the School. Tennessee Library Association.(1999).
Understanding User Behavior. ASIDIC Annual Meeting.(2003).
CD ROM in 1986. Library and Information Science Annual. 21-25.(1987).
Being User Oriented: An International Distributed Essay Team of Master’s Students. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Information Science & Technology.(2006).
Priorities of Quality. (Basch, R., Ed.).Electronic Information Delivery: Ensuring Quality and Value. 119-139.(1995).
Full Text Searching On Major Online Systems: DIALOG, NEXIS, and DataStar. Database. 17, 32-42.(1993).
Patterns of Database Use in Public Libraries. Reference and User Services Quarterly. 40, 39-52.(2000).
Researching Researcher: What User Studies Tell Us. Annual Meeting of the Society for Scholarly Publishing.(2004).
CD-ROM in Libraries: Distribution Option or Publishing Revolution?. CD-ROM EndUser. 2, 56-59.(1990).
Pricing Options for End User Products in Libraries. (Williams, M. E., Ed.).19th National Online Meeting Proceedings. 419-432.(1998).
Electronic or Print: Are Scholarly Journals Still Important?. Serials. 15, 111-115.(2002).
Searching Harvard Business Review Online ... Lessons in Searching A Full Text Database. Online. 9, 71-78.(1985).
Indexing of Tables and Figures: Scientists' Reaction. Library Fair & Forum 2006.(2006).
The Way Forward: Issues to be Addressed in Moving Towards More Efficient Models of Provision, Access, and Pricing. Ingenta Institute.(2002).
An In House Training Program for Online Searchers. Online. 6, 20-26.(1982).
Ten Loose Guidelines for Online Searchers. Online. 17, 27-33.(1993).
Cost and Price Models of Scholarly E-Journals. Council of Scientific Society Presidents.(2003).
Education for Database Intermediaries: How Library Schools Have Changed (And How They Haven't). Online. 55-63.(1989).
Cross country comparison of scholarly e-reading patterns in Australia, Finland and the United States. Australian Academic & Research Libraries (AARL). 41(1), 26-41.(2010).
Trends in Scientific Scholarly Journal Publishing in the U.S.. Journal of Scholarly Publishing. 135-170.(1997).
Reference Services in the New Millennium. Online. 25, 40-45.(2001).
Use of electronic science journals in the undergraduate curriculum: An observational study. In Proceedings of the 67th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 64-71.(2004).
Full Text Electronic Access to Periodicals: Part 1: Recent Developments. American Society for Information Science 55th Annual Meeting.(1992).
Electronic Reference and Reference Librarians: A Look Through the 1990s. Reference Services Review. 27, 276-279.(1999).
Patterns of Journal Use by Scientists Through Three Evolutionary Phases. D-Lib Magazine. 9, Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may03/king/05king.html.(2003).
Online Services. Writings on Scholarly Communication: An Annotated Bibliography of Books and Articles on Publishing, Libraries, Scholarly Research, and Related Issues. 85-91.(1988).
Academic users' interaction with ScienceDirect in search tasks: Affective and cognitive behaviors. Information Processing & Management. 44(1), 105-121.(2008).
Authors and Readers: The Keys to Success or Failure for Electronic Publishing. Library Trends. 571-591.(1995).
The Importance of Data, Information and Knowledge in Scholarly Communication. LIS Education and Research in a Dynamic Information Landscape: Proceedings of the Library and Information Studies Centre 75 years Commemorative Conference.(2016).
Beyond the download: Issues in developing a secondary usage calculator. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. 5, 365-377.(2016).
Database Use in Academic Libraries. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians.(2000).
Knowing Journal Users: Methods for User-Focused Research and a Case Study of Pediatricians. 24th Annual Charleston Meeting.(2004).
Software for CD-ROM. International Online Meeting.(1991).
The Database Marketplace 1998: Stormy Weather. Library Journal. 123, 38-46.(1998).
Database Marketplace 2002. Library Journal. 127, 42-56.(2002).
Characteristics of Corporations that Founded Libraries: 1910-1921. Special Libraries. 76, 43-52.(1985).
Enhanced Searching Through Deep Indexing: Scientists’ Reaction. Charleston Conference.(2006).