TGIF! It’s not that this week has been heavier than usual but it is nice to have the weekend to unwind and … well let’s be honest work on a paper that’s due soon. Sad but true.
– Behavioural Traces and Indirect User-to-User Mediation in the Participatory Library / Lennart Björneborn
– Geo-encoding of local services and information: Virtuaalipolku.fi / Samppa Rohkimainen
– Examining the use of Internet and social media among men at military conscription age / Heidi Enwald, Noora Hirvonen and Tim Luoto
– To Inform or to Interact, that is the question: The role of Freedom of Information in Social Media Policies / Mathias Klang and Jan Nolin
– Designing Games for Testing Information Behavior Theories / J. Tuomas Harviainen
– Critical about clustering of tags: An intersectional perspective on folksonomies / Isto Huvila and Kristin Johannesson
– Writing for Wikipedia as a learning task in the school’s information literacy instruction / Eero Sormunen, Leeni Lehtio and Jannica Heinström
– The Use of Weblogs and Microblogs in LIS Online Courses: A Case Study / Lu Xiao and Diane Neal
– Teaching social media in LIS: a bridging approach / Monica Lassi and Hanna Maurin Söderholm
– Author disambiguation for enhanced science-2.0 services / Jeffrey Demaine
– WikiLeaks Comments: A Qualitative Investigation / Noa Aharony
– Looking for Love in All the Right Places: Defining Success in the World of Online Dating / Christopher Mascaro, Rachel Magee and Sean Goggins
Anyone know what to do in Turku? Anything that shouldn’t be missed?