Author: Helen Barsky Atkins,Blaise Cronin
Publisher: Information Today Inc; 1st Edition edition (October 2000)
Category: Words Language & Grammar
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by Helen Barsky Atkins. Series: ASIST Monograph Series .
by Helen Barsky Atkins. The Web of Knowledge, the book's working metaphor for the science citation network, illuminates not only the organic nature of the scientific information community, but also the means by which individual recognition is achieved within it.
Publication Date: October, 2000. All our ebooks include bookmarked tables of contents and indexes for easy navigation within the book, and are readable using a variety of devices and software programs
Publication Date: October, 2000. Dr. Eugene Garfield, the founder of ISI, devoted years to fulfilling his dream of creating a multidisciplinary citation index. All our ebooks include bookmarked tables of contents and indexes for easy navigation within the book, and are readable using a variety of devices and software programs. Upon purchase you will receive your downloadable ebook as a zip file. Your download will contain these three ebook file types: epub:.
by Helen Barsky Atkins (Author), Blaise Cronin (Author).
Blaise Cronin and Helen Barsky Atkins appropriately organized The Web of Knowledge into five sections, one that is historical and others that correspond to the broad areas of information science defined by Garfield's contributions, most especially the Science Citation Index (SCI). Citation Indexes for Science: A New Dimension in Documentation through Association of Ideas. Citation Indexing-Its Theory and Application in Science, Technology, and Humanities.
The Web Of Knowledge book.
The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in honor of Eugene Garfield. The Scholar's Spoor Blaise Cronin and Helen Barsky Atkins. 1. Historical Perspectives Chapter 1: Eugene Garfield: History, Scientific Information and Chemical Endeavor Arnold Thackray and David C. Brock. 11. Chapter 2: How the Science Citation Index Got Started Joshua Lederberg.
Chicago Distribution Center. Katherine W. McCain, "The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield. Blaise Cronin, Helen Barsky Atkins," The Library Quarterly 71, no. 3 (Ju. 2001): 427-429. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Using Technology to Support Equity and Inclusion in Youth Library Programming: Current Practices and Future Opportunities. Subramaniam et al. Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in Archives.
In honor of Eugene Garfield, arguably the most influential man in the sociology of knowledge in this century or any other, the book provides a wonderful collection of methodological articles about the bibliometrics and indicators associated with charting who quotes whom and what does it mean in terms of influence within and among nations, organizations, schools of thought, and individual cabals. Posttruth, Truthiness, and Alternative Facts: Information Behavior and Critical Information Consumption for a New Age. Cooke.