Terrell G. Russell

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This work identifies changes in dominant topics in library and information science (LIS) over time, by analyzing the 3,121 doctoral dissertations completed between 1930 and 2009 at North American Library and Information Science programs. The paper utilizes Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) to identify latent topics diachronically and to identify(More)
Telerehabilitation is defined as the provision of rehabilitation services remotely through the use of telecommunication technologies [Russ07]. The main benefactors of this type of technology include rural or remote communities, individuals that are unable to travel and those that require long term care that can be at least in part administered remotely.(More)
The problem of knowing who knows what is multi-faceted. Knowledge and expertise lie on a spectrum and one's expertise in one topic area may have little bearing on one's knowledge in a disparate topic area. In addition , we continue to learn new things over time. Each of us see but a sliver of our acquaintances' and co-workers' areas of expertise. By making(More)
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