CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Media narrative frames of industrial chemical accidents: News sources, risk characters and advocated plots.. International Communication Association Conference.(2007).
Enhanced Searching Through Deep Indexing: Scientists’ Reaction. Charleston Conference.(2006).
Indexing of Tables and Figures: Scientists' Reaction. Library Fair & Forum 2006.(2006).
Media coverage of chemical manufacturing accidents: Legal and medical representatives filling the crisis information void.. International Public Relations Research Conference.(2006).
Naturalistic observation for understanding users: How technology professionals use and communicate information. ASIS&T.(2006).
Terrorism and industrial chemical production: A new era of risk communication. Communication Research Reports. 22, 59-67.(2006).
What happens when work-groups meet?: An analysis of meetings in high-tech organizations. National Communication Association.(2006).
Children's conceptual structures of science categories and the design of Web directories. Journal of the American Society for Information & Technology. 56, 1303-1313.(2005).
Communication Patterns of Engineers. Transportation Research Board.(2005).
Relying on Electronic Journals: Reading Patterns of Astronomers. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST). 56, 786-802.(2005).
Risk communication and chemical manufacturing facilities: A community’s perception of terrorism security efforts.. International, Interdisciplinary Public Relations Research Conference.(2005).
Surveys of Scientists and Engineers: Ensuring Reliable Research and Evidence for Good Practice. ASIST Annual meeting.(2005).
What Scientists Really Need. American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting (AAAS).(2005).
Communication Patterns of Engineers. Special Libraries Association, Annual Meeting.(2004).
Courses in Science Writing as Literature. Public Understanding of Science. 1, 103-112.(2004).
Medical Faculty’s Use of Print and Electronic Journals: Changes Over Time and Comparison with Other Scientists. Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA). 92, 233-241.(2004).
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).
The Digital Journal Collection in Libraries-What Libraries Are Doing -Impact on Scientists. Elsevier Science Editors Conference.(2003).
Increasing Effective Student Use of the Scientific Journal Literature. NSDL-IMLS AII Project Meeting.(2003).
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).
Science Journals and Science Students: Bringing Them Together. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series.(2003).
Undergraduate Science Students and Electronic Scholarly Journals. ASIST Annual Meeting.(2003).
Undergraduate science students and electronic scholarly journals. In Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 291-297.(2003).
Astronomer’s Use of Journals. Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting.(2002).
How Scientists Use Electronic Journals. Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting.(2002).
Who's Teaching Whom? Scientist/Teacher Teams and Administrative Strategies. Proceedings of the AACE World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.(2002).
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Environmental Mapping of ForestWatch Sites. GIS in Illinois 2001 Spring Conference..(2001).
The Importance of Journals to the Scientific Endeavor. CRICS 5—The Fifth Regional Congress on Health Sciences Information.(2001).
The Importance of Journals to the Scientific Endeavor [in Portuguese]. Revista de Biblioteconomia de Brasilia. 24, 15-26.(2001).
Scientific Journals: Bytes out of Myth, Bits of Reality. Knoxville Area Health Sciences Library Consortium.(2001).
Scientists’ Use of Journals: Differences (and Similarities) Between Print and Electronic. Online Meeting. 469-481.(2001).
The Use and Value of Scientific Journals. New Jersey/ American Society of Information Science and Technology.(2001).
The Use and Value of Scientific Journals: Past, Present and Future. Serials. 113-120.(2001).
A Visual Odyssey Through Forests in Illinois: Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for 'Mapping' ForestWatch Sites. Environmental Horizons 2001 Conference.(2001).
What Do We Know About Scientists’ Use of Information?. Online Meeting. 175-181.(2001).
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).
Towards Electronic Journals: Realities for Scientists, Librarians, and Publishers. Special Libraries Association.(2000).
Designing the Future of Electronic Journals with Lessons Learned from the Past: Economic and Use Patterns of Scientific Journals. Journal of Electronic Publishing. Available at: http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/04-02/king.html.(1998).
Designing the Future of Electronic Journals With Lessons Learned From the Past: Economic and Use Patterns of Scientific Journals. Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop; IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference. 11-17.(1998).
Economic Cost Models of Scientific Scholarly Journals. Economic, Read Costs and Benefits of Electronic Publishing in Science--A Technical Study: Proceedings of the ICSU Press Workshop. Available: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/icsu/kingppr.htm.(1998).
Managing Scientific Journals in a Digital Era. Information Outlook. 1, 14-17.(1997).
A Retrieval System for Engineering Drawings. Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting.(1997).
Trends in Scientific Scholarly Journal Publishing in the U.S.. Journal of Scholarly Publishing. 135-170.(1997).
The Discovery of the Perseid Meteors. Sky & Telescope. 68-71.(1996).