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In the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin sets out his observations on the evolution of species, and survival through adaptation to changing environments. Darwin‘s theories are applied to the current learning environment, which has undergone radical changes. It is argued that academic libraries...
Open Source Information (OSI) and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) are attracting enormous interest from the business, military and political intelligence communities. OSI and OSINT offer the prospect of delivering valuable intelligence, from so‐called open sources such as newspapers, experts,...
This article issues a challenge to information service providers and to researchers in information management to reflect on the ways the concept of ‘users’ has been constructed and applied. It is argued that we need to be mindful of the conceptual parameters we establish by our notions of...
Not since 1980 has research provided any insights into how information managers perceive and cope with non‐use. In an attempt to fill the vacuum information professionals in business companies were surveyed: 42 information managers were questioned and 12 interviewed. The study found that...
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