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Scholarly work in the humanities and the evolving information environment
This publication reports on the observations of the authors that formally examined how humanities scholars conduct and collate their research in academic universities and how information technology… Expand
Public Libraries and Networked Information Services in Low-Income Communities
This article presents findings from an empirical study of community information exchange and computer access and use among low-income, predominantly African-American residents in one locale. Expand
The Mythology of Information Overload
- Tonyia J. Tidline
- Computer Science, Sociology
- Libr. Trends
This article looks at the functions of myth and brings together ideas about the information society, information, and information overload to conclude that information overload is a myth of modern culture. Expand
Information Exchange Networks in Low-Income Neighborhoods: Implications for Community Networking.