This paper (forthcoming in the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science) and presented at the CAIS Conference examines the context of online indexing from the viewpoint of three different groups: users, authors, and intermediaries. User, author and intermediary keywords were collected from journal articles tagged on citeulike and analysed. Descriptive statistics and thesaural term comparison shows that there are important differences in the context of keywords from the three groups.Indexing
Monday, October 02, 2006
Complementary or Discrete Contexts in Online Indexing: A Comparison of User, Creator and Intermediary Keywords by Kipp, Margaret E. I. (2006) will appear in Proceedings Canadian Association for Information Science, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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