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This paper is primarily concerned with self‐efficacy in the context of information literacy. The focus is first on the concept of self‐efficacy, followed by attainment of self‐efficacy beliefs. Finally, findings of the research, the aim of which was to explore students’ (who enrolled in...
Previous research has shown that there are major differences in the search methods used in different disciplines, and that the use of electronic journals and databases likewise varies according to domain. Previous studies have not, however, explored whether, or how, this variation is possibly...
This paper examines differences in modeling component parts of bibliographic resources between two conceptual models in cataloging, as a continuation of the previous study that proposed a model giving primacy to expression‐level bibliographic entity. First, the model by IFLA Study Group on...
The paper establishes a taxonomy of image‐text relationships that reflects the ways that images and text interact. It is applicable to all subject areas and document types. The taxonomy was developed to answer the research question: how does an illustration relate to the text with which it is...
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