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JASIST Volume 74, Issue 8, August 2023

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Does technology really outpace policy, and does it matter? A primer for technical experts and others
William Aspray, Philip Doty

A future-oriented approach to the selection of artificial intelligence technologies for knowledge platforms
Andrzej M. J. Skulimowski, Thomas Köhler

Human-supervised data science framework for city governments: A design science approach
Loni Hagen, Mihir Patel, Luis Luna-Reyes

In which fields are citations indicators of research quality?
Mike Thelwall, Kayvan Kousha, Emma Stuart, Meiko Makita, Mahshid Abdoli, Paul Wilson, Jonathan Levitt

“Don't Say Gay” in Alabama: A taxonomic framework of LGBTQ+ information support services in public libraries—An exploratory website content analysis of critical resistance
Bharat Mehra, Baheya S. Jaber

Chaos, expansion, and contraction: The information worlds of depression patients during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown
Xin Bao, Ping Ke

Understanding user-generated questions in social Q&A: A goal-framing approach
Qian Wu, Chei Sian Lee, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh

Bibliometric-enhanced legal information retrieval: Combining usage and citations as flavors of impact relevance
Gineke Wiggers, Suzan Verberne, Wouter van Loon, Gerrit-Jan Zwenne

Aspect sentiment mining of short bullet screen comments from online TV series
Jiayue Liu, Ziyao Zhou, Ming Gao, Jiafu Tang, Weiguo Fan



Literary information in China: A history. By Jack W. Chen, Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Lui, Christopher M. B. Nugent, Bruce Rusk (Eds.), New York: Columbia University Press. 2021. pp. 672. $90.00 (hbk). ISBN: 9780231195522
Laura Skouvig

JASIST Volume 74, Issue 7, July 2023

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A comparative study of the coverage of African journals in Web of Science, Scopus, and CrossRef
Toluwase Victor Asubiaro PhD, Sodiq Onaolapo

Generating keyphrases for readers: A controllable keyphrase generation framework
Yi Jiang, Rui Meng, Yong Huang, Wei Lu, Jiawei Liu

Stepping beyond your comfort zone: Diffusion-based network analytics for knowledge trajectory recommendation
Yi Zhang, Mengjia Wu, Guangquan Zhang, Jie Lu

Why are coauthored academic articles more cited: Higher quality or larger audience?
Mike Thelwall, Kayvan Kousha, Mahshid Abdoli, Emma Stuart, Meiko Makita, Paul Wilson, Jonathan Levitt

The association of disciplinary background with the evolution of topics and methods in Library and Information Science research 1995–2015
Pertti Vakkari, Kalervo Järvelin, Yu-Wei Chang

The design and evaluation of a nudge-based interface to facilitate consumers' evaluation of online health information credibility
Yan Zhang, Jiaying Liu, Shijie Song

Measuring the impacts of quantity and trustworthiness of information on COVID-19 vaccination intent
Min Sook Park, JungHo Park, Hyejin Kim, Jin Hui Lee, Hyejin Park

An automatic data quality approach to assess semantic data from cultural heritage institutions
Gustavo Candela



The digital environment: How we live, learn, work, and play now. Boczkowski, Pablo J. and Mitchelstein, Eugenia. The MIT Press. 2021. 208 pp. $24.95 (hardcover). (ISBN: 9780262046190).
Tim Jordan