OALib 期刊
  OALib Journal (ISSN Print: 2333-9705, ISSN Online: 2333-9721)是一本多合一的开源期刊,以同行评审的方式出版发行文章,其所涵盖的研究领域多达311种领域。本刊发表的全部文章均可在期刊网站上免费阅读、下载、引用和传播。单篇文章出版费用为99美元。详情请咨询[email protected] 或 QQ: 3279437679。现在就去投稿!
               文章 | 目标与领域 | 读者指南 | 编委 | 文章版面费检索             


Mar 07, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Analysis of Main Influencing Factors of Scientific Data Sharing in Universities

Hongwei Yuan, Yan Liu, Song Huang
At present, China is in the critical period of implementing innovation-driven development strategy and building a strong country in science and technology. Strengthening and standardizing scientific data management is an important means to strengthen China’s scientific and technological innovation capacity building. As an important base for scientific data generation, what are the attitudes, cognitions, behaviora

Dec 05, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Research on Artificial Intelligence Frontier Recognition Based on LDA

Ting Xie, Ping Qin, Juehu Yan
Research frontier is the focus of scientific frontier and guides the direction of scientific development. It is of great significance for the state, institutions and researchers to grasp the research frontier in a timely and accurate manner. Based on LDA model, this paper uses Python language to carry out standardized processing, stop words removal, stem extraction and word shape restoration on foreign artificial intelligence data

Nov 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

An Investigation on Integrated Library Systems (ILS) in Use in University Libraries in Osun State, Nigeria

John O. Oyekale
This study investigates Integrated Library Systems (ILS) in use in university libraries in Osun State, Nigeria. It is a descriptive survey. All National Univer-sities Commission (NUC) of Nigeria accredited universities in Osun State were selected for the study. Structured interviews (personal and telephonic) and ob-servations were the main tools used to collect data for the study. Four (4) re-search questions were formulated for t

May 21, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Use of Library Catalogue in Nigerian University Libraries: A Focus on Redeemer’s University Library

Adeniran Pauline Oghenekaro
The library as a service oriented organization is expected to provide the bibliographic resources and services channeled towards the fulfillment of its parent institution’s goals and objectives. The library ensures that the resources so provided are well organized to allow easy access by the library users. The library users are expected to access the library resources with ease and use same maximally while at university.

Apr 27, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Library and Information Science Education: Panacea to Restiveness and Roadmap to National Development

Joy C. Onyenachi, Edward C. Amadi
Education provides people with basic knowledge, skill and attitude. These would help to improve the quality of life through increased capabilities, assets and activities. Every education is relevant in a particular nation/society/community. This implies that education should be indigenous. Where education does not impact its environment, the society will be plagued with restiveness, militancy, corruption, religious cris

Oct 26, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Research on the Hierarchical Training Model of Data Service Ability for University Librarians

Shaojun Hu
On the basis of elaborating the job responsibilities of the data librarians and the data service ability that should be possessed, put forward that the university library should adopt the data skill hierarchical training and progressive development mode, the general education training mode, the special training mode and the development mode, and introduced the corresponding safeguards.

Jun 06, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Identification of Competencies for Professional Staff of Academic Medical Libraries in Iran

Parvaneh Abotalebi, Mohammad-Hossein Biglu
Introduction: The definition of competencies is continuing to become more common in Library and Information Science (LIS). It is used for describing the library positions and the means of assessment. The main object of study was to determine the skills and knowledge that the academic medical librarians required for the emerging roles of medical librarianship in Iran and to find out their education a

Jul 21, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Information Finding Practices of Knowledge Workers in the Field of Business and Economics

Abdus Sattar Chaudhry
It is important for knowledge workers in the business sector to have access to information on companies, countries, investment opportunities, and projects. Survey of information finding practices of professionals in Kuwaiti companies showed that use of web sites, internal reports, and consulting with colleagues were preferred approaches for finding work related information. Business professionals also frequently used organizationa

May 27, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Top-Down Research, Generalists, and Google Scholar: Does Google Scholar Facilitate Breakthrough Research?

Yellowlees Douglas
Researchers long ago demonstrated that top-down, inference-based approaches to research have comfortably co-existed with more traditional bottom-up, hypotheses-driven research. Yet most faculty omit any mention of top-down approaches in direct instruction or training of students, despite these approaches being both relatively common, occasionally necessary, and considerably more efficient than traditional bottom-up research. The g

Nov 23, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Rejuvenating Public Library Services in Delta State for National Development

Gloria O. Oyovwe-Tinuoye, Saturday U. Omeluzor, Uche Emeka-Ukwu
This paper discussed the need to rejuvenate the public library services in Delta State for national development. The study adopted a descriptive research design. The study covers sixteen (16) communities where public libraries are established using purposive sampling method to select 480 respondents and the entire 42 library staff. A total of 522 library users and staff were used as samples for this study. The instruments used for data collection were questionnaire and observation through person...