The Role of Information Organization and Knowledge Structuring in Combatting Misinformation: A Literary Analysis

  title={The Role of Information Organization and Knowledge Structuring in Combatting Misinformation: A Literary Analysis},
  author={Kevin Matthe Caramancion},

The Role of User's Native Language in Mis/Disinformation Detection: The Case of English

This paper investigates the role of English as the native language in the fake news recognition of humans. After social media users were grouped into native and non-native English speakers, news



Posttruth, Truthiness, and Alternative Facts: Information Behavior and Critical Information Consumption for a New Age

This essay will address the renewed phenomenon of fake news and its related concepts and will discuss how knowledge of information behavior and critical information evaluation skills can aid in combating the effects offake news and promote more savvy information consumption.

Domain Analysis for Interdisciplinary Knowledge Domains

The aim of this paper is to call attention on the role of interdisciplinarity in domain analysis and it is a first approach to this matter.

Folksonomies and the New Order: Authority in the Digital Disorder

The traditional role of the professionals are questioned and it is argued that systems must be designed to facilitate trust and authority, and that the authority of folksonomies and systems comes from the users' collective interpretations and meaning production.

Toward a model of collaborative information behavior in organizations

The contours of a model of CIB synthesized from findings of past studies conducted by the research team as well as other researchers are provided, which conceptualize CIB as comprised of a set of constitutive activities, organized into three broad phases—problem formulation, collaborative information seeking, and information use.

Text Preprocessing For Unsupervised Learning: Why It Matters, When It Misleads, And What To Do About It

To aid researchers working in unsupervised settings, a statistical procedure and software is introduced that examines the sensitivity of findings under alternate preprocessing regimes and provides a characterization of the variability changes in preprocessing choices may induce when analyzing a particular dataset.

Information overload, information architecture and digital literacy

DLi has a twofold role in the related field of IA: Firstly, the users of information have to be aware of the importance of structures and architecture, and secondly, the proper balance between formal and informal approaches to organizers in the Web 2.0 environment is not yet clear.

Clustering Top-Ranking Sentences for Information Access

An initial evaluation of TRS clustering is presented by comparing its effectiveness at providing access to useful information to that of document clustering.