Volume 26, Number 1, 2008
Carole A. George
: Lessons learned: usability testing a federated search product.
: The Singapore Infopedia: evolution of an online encyclopedia.
, Ali Azimi
: Women and the web: An evaluation of academic Iranian women's use of the internet in Tarbiat Moalem University.
Volume 26, Number 2, 2008
: Contextualization of web searching: a grounded theory approach.
Volume 26, Number 3, 2008 Artificial intelligence applications in digital content
, Mu-Yen Chen
: Using adaptive resonance theory and data-mining techniques for materials recommendation based on the e-library environment.
: Arab universities on the web: a webometric study.
Volume 26, Number 4, 2008
Stephen M. Mutula
: Digital divide and economic development: case study of sub-Saharan Africa.
: Business administration students' perception of usability of the Business Source Premier database: A case study.
: The influence of traditional reading habits on the construction of digital libraries in developing countries.
: Digital repository in ceramics: a metadata study.
: Design of a model of publication sharing and harvesting.
, Fatimah Zandian
: Evaluation of information providers and popular search engines on the base of postgraduate students' perspectives.
Volume 26, Number 5, 2008 Te Tiinihanga - Tranzform:
LIANZA Conference, September 2007, Rotorua, New Zealand
: Souping up the engine: Making the most of the catalogue at The University of Auckland Library.
: Spectators, not players: information managers' use of Web 2.0 in New Zealand.
: Censorship, new technology and libraries.
: Subject change between citing and cited literature on digital libraries.
Mehdi Alipour Hafezi
: Interoperability between library software: a solution for Iranian libraries.
Volume 26, Number 6, 2008
: A metadata manager's role in collaborative projects: The Rutgers University Libraries experience.
, Lyn Leslie
: Twenty-three steps to learning Web 2.0 technologies in an academic library.
Naeema H. Jabr
: Alert services as an approach to satisfy researchers' current awareness needs: The case of Sultan Qaboos University.
: Measuring e-CRM service quality in the library context: a preliminary study.