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  • Copyright Literacy Skills of LIS Students in Norway 

    Gastinger, Almuth; Landøy, Ane (Springer, 2019)
    This paper presents findings from a study on copyright literacy skills of Library and Information Studies (LIS) students in Norway. It surveyed bachelor, master and PhD students at the Oslo Metropolitan University which ...
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  • The image of the monolingual dictionary across Europe. Results of the European Survey of Dictionary use and Culture 

    Kosem, Iztok; Lew, Robert; Müller-Spitzer, Carolin; Silveira, Maria Ribeiro; Wolfer, Sascha; Dorn, Amelie; Gurrutxaga, Antton; Ceberio, Klara; Etxeberria, Elixabete; Lefer, Marie-Aude; Geeraerts, DIrk; Despot, Kristina Štrkalj; Stojanov, Tomislav; Ljubešić, Nikola; Škrabal, Michal; Štěpánková, Barbora; Vodrážková, Veronika; Lorentzen, Henrik; Trap-Jensen, Lars; Kallas, Jelena; Tuulik, Maria; Koppel, Kristina; Langemets, Margit; Heinonen, Tarja; Thomas, Izabella; Margilitadze, Tinatin; Markantonatou, Stella; Giouli, Voula; Mulhall, Chris; Kernerman, Ilan; Ben-Moshe, Yifat; Sadan, Tsvi; Abel, Andrea; Curcio, Martina Nied; Tanturovska, Lidija; Nikovska, Biljana; Tiberius, Carole; Grønvik, Oddrun; Hovdenak, Marit; Berg-olsen, Sturla; Karlsen, Knut E.; Ore, Christian-Emil Smith; Biesaga, Monika; Kuhn, Tanara Zingano; Silvestre, Joao; Tamba, Elena Isabelle; Haja, Gabriela; Clim, Marius-Radu; Patrascu, Madalin-Ionel; Tasovac, Toma; Petrović, Snežana; Holdt, Špela Arhar; Riveiro, Carlos Valcarcel; Vázquez, María José Domínguez; Volodina, Elena; Pilán, Ildikó; Sköldberg, Emma; Holmer, Louise; Nesi, Hilary (Oxford University Press, 2019)
    The article presents the results of a survey on dictionary use in Europe, focusing on general monolingual dictionaries. The survey is the broadest survey of dictionary use to date, covering close to 10,000 dictionary users ...
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  • Integrating Information Literacy int the Curriculum 

    Landøy, Ane; Akselberg, Gunnstein (Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2019)
    Information literacy is regarded as a crucial skill for university students (Landøy, 2010). In this paper, we will discuss collaborative efforts between academic libraries and the scholarly community they are serving, in ...
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  • Academic Library Development Projects as Tools in Designing Pedagogical Approach in Information Literacy 

    Landøy, Ane; Repanovici, Angela (Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2019)
    Information literacy, "(…) the ability to think critically and make balanced judgements about any information we find and use. (…)” (CILIP 2018), is an important skill set for academia in the 21st century. Over the years ...
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  • Elverhøy - frå fiksjon til realitet 

    Gammeltoft, Peder (ArcGIS Storymaps, 2019-10-23)
    This is an ArcGIS Storymaps article on the development of a name from being the name of a Danish Vaudeville-play to becoming a relatively frequent farm name, usually smallholdings. The web-version makes use of interactive ...
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  • Filter bubbles in interdisciplinary Research: a Case study on climate and society 

    Mikki, Susanne Ruth; Al Ruwehy, Hemed Ali Hemed; Gjesdal, Øyvind Liland; Zygmuntowska, Marta (2018)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to compare the content of Web of Science (WoS) and Google Scholar (GS) by searching the interdisciplinary field of climate and ancient societies. The authors aim at analyzing the ...
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  • Norwegian Correspondences and Linked Open Data 

    Rockenberger, Annika; Wiger, Ellen Nessheim; Bøe, Hilde; Thor, Evelyn Irene; Wolden, Ove Joralf; Paasche, Marianne; Søndenå, Ola; Conzett, Philipp (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2019-05-17)
    The project Norwegian Correspondences aims to link individual letters and other correspondence media not only to each other but to correspondences across all of Norway, Europe and beyond. It uses the CorrespSearch ...
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  • Print or Electronic Course Readings: Implications for Library Space and Information Literacy Programmes 

    Landøy, Ane; Gastinger, Almuth (Springer, 2019-02-20)
    For several years, there has been a debate about digital vs. print format for study materials. The Academic Reading Format International Study (ARFIS) has shown that students clearly are in favour of paper, both in Norway ...
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  • Libraries as a Support of Informed Citizens – The Balancing Act Between Library’s Good Quality and Austerity Measures 

    Duren, Petra; Landøy, Ane; Saarti, Jarmo (Springer, 2018-01-19)
    In a time of rapidly expanding information possibilities, including “fake news”, libraries as guardians of the quality of information have become even more important. In our era, however, it is the guardians of confirmed ...
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  • Information Literacy Across the University and Workplace Reality 

    Repanovici, Angela; Cheradi, Natalia; Landøy, Ane; Ghinculov, Silvia (Springer, 2018-01-19)
    This paper reveals the results of the “Informatıon Literacy across the university and workplace reality” survey. This study revealed which are the most needed information skills for the faculty at the workplace. The ...
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  • How to Explore Trends and Challenges for Building Future Libraries 

    Landøy, Ane; Repanovici, Angela (Romanian Library Association, 2019-07-03)
    Libraries need to use several different methods when determining the needs and wishes of students and academic patrons for future academic libraries and documentation centers. In this paper, the authors report findings ...
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  • Few Open Access Journals Are Compliant with Plan S 

    Frantsvåg, Jan Erik; Strømme, Tormod Eismann (MDPI, 2019-04-16)
    Much of the debate on Plan S seems to concentrate on how to make toll-access journals open access, taking for granted that existing open access journals are Plan S-compliant. We suspected this was not so and set out to ...
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  • NorKorr - Norwegian Correspondences and Linked Open Data 

    Rockenberger, Annika; Wiger, Ellen Nessheim; Witting, Mette Refslund; Bøe, Hilde; Thor, Evelyn Irene; Wolden, Ove Joralf; Paasche, Marianne; Søndenå, Ola; Conzett, Philipp (Digital Humanities in the Nordic countries, 2019)
    The National Library of Norway has a substantial amount of private historical correspondences in its holdings,1 many of which are scholarly edited and published, either in printed editions or in digital form. In addition, ...
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  • Romanian Students’ Perceptions of Bibliotherapy in the Educational Process 

    Popa, Daniela; Landøy, Ane; Repanovici, Angela (Trivent, 2018)
    The use of bibliotherapy in the educational process leads to the improvement of students’ skills to use the reading process in a more efficient way, to transfer knowledge while enjoying the process. This paper aims ...
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  • Using Quantitative Sociological Methods for Functional Analysis of Academic Libraries 

    Landøy, Ane; Ghinculov, Silvia; Repanovici, Angela; Cheradi, Natalia (ISAST, 2018)
    In this article the authors present the study of assessing the needs of academic libraries modernization was conducted within the framework of the project "Modernization of academic library services in Moldova" carried out ...
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  • Students’ preferences for print vs electronic study literature – next step after the survey in Norway 

    Landøy, Ane; Færevaag, Trude (ISAST, 2019)
    Five Universities and Colleges in the Western part of Norway participated in the international survey of students’ preferences for print vs electronic study literature (Mizrachu et al, 2016). The national results were ...
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  • Grades of Openness: Open and Closed Articles in Norway 

    Mikki, Susanne; Gjesdal, Øyvind Liland; Strømme, Tormod Eismann (MDPI, 2018-11-22)
    Based on the total scholarly article output of Norway, we investigated the coverage and degree of openness according to the following three bibliographic services: (1) Google Scholar, (2) oaDOI by Impact Story, and (3) ...
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  • «Biblioteket er fett» – om fagbiblioteket som sosial og emosjonell arena 

    Grønlund, Inga Lena; Ringnes, Hege Kristin (Cappelen Damm, 2017)
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  • Data - Grades of openness. Open and closed articles in Norway 

    Mikki, Susanne; Strømme, Tormod Eismann; Gjesdal, Øyvind Liland (2018)
    This item contains 3 datasets: oaDOI, Normalized_citations_2011_2015, 1findr connected to the article: Grades of openness. Open and closed articles in Norway. The datasets are both available in xlsx-format and csv-format.
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  • Homework with Kahoot in copyright literacy 

    Repanovici, Angela; Landøy, Ane; Koukourakis, Manolis (Limerick Institute of Technology, 2018)
    Copyright literacy is a very important topic in the digital era. More and more, there is a need to find the perfect way to teach the new generation of digital students about copyright, and how to increase their skills in ...
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