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Users’ Expectation and Perception Gap Analysis of Telkom University Website with Modified WebQual 4.0 Method

Mochammad Faizal; Adhi Prasetio

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 1-18

Abstract
  Telkom University as one of the universities in Indonesia that have used website media has never done in-depth research to find out whether the main website it manages still has a gap between expectations and perceptions from the perspective of its users. In previous studies, assessments of higher education ...  Read More

Introduction of the Methods and Models of University Website Evaluation

Monireh Gharibe Niazi; Masumeh Karbala Aghaei Kamran; Amir Ghaebi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 19-32

Abstract
  Among different tools, university website is one of the cost-effective and convenient methods for communicating with users; it is also a platform for institutions or organizations to achieve their goals. Universities should work on their websites to keep positive images in their public minds. This study ...  Read More

Open Access Journals in the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

Abdul Syahid

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 33-49

Abstract
  This study portrays the status of Open Access Journals in the ten countries joining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Integrating the data from the ASEAN Citation Index, Directory of Open Access Journals, and Scopus, each captured from wider to narrower angels, this work could take a better ...  Read More

Towards Building of the Information Society Based on Its Components: A Case Study at the College of Administration and Economics/University of Mosul

Mohammed Mustafa H.H; Ali Abdul Fattah Alshaher

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 51-63

Abstract
  The world and its various fields witnessing many changes resulting from economic, political, social and technological developments. Where the societies are racing to have as much as possible information because primary is the raw material in its success and facing to these developments. In addition to ...  Read More

Knowledge Creation Environment in the Iranian Universities: A Case Study

Mahdi Shaghaghi; Amir Ghaebi; Seyedeh Fariba Ahmadi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 65-81

Abstract
  The main purpose of the present research is to analyze the knowledge creation environment at an Iranian University (Alzahra University) as a typical University in Iran, using a combination of thei-System and Ba models. This study is necessary for understanding the determinants of knowledge creation at ...  Read More

Information Resources Importance and Format Inclination of Science and Technology Researchers

Olayinka B. Makinde Makinde; Glenrose V. Jiyane; Tinashe Mugwisi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 83-96

Abstract
  This study examined important information resources and format inclination of information resources utilized by science and technology (S&T) researchers as they acquire information in the course of their projects. The study institute was “Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO) ...  Read More

Conceptual Network Evolution of Cybernetic area in Middle East Countries

Somayeh GhaviDel; Seyed Abolhassan Nezamdost; Nosrat Riahinia

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 97-114

Abstract
  The aim of the present study is to visualize the dynamics of conceptual clusters, hidden patterns and emerging knowledge of "cybernetics in Middle Eastern countries" subject area in a global scale based on the co-word analysis of scientific outcomes indexed in the Web of Science database. This research ...  Read More

Forecasting of Future Academic Libraries with Cross Impact Analysis Approach

Soudeh Torabian; Ali Reza Isfandyari-Moghadam; Ehsan Geraie; Aliakbar Famil-Rouhani

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 115-132

Abstract
  This study uses forecasting approach based on key driving forces and their interactions in order to identify important driving forces affecting the future of academic libraries in Iran.  The study is a combination of literature review, experts’ opinions and cross impact analysis. In order to analyze ...  Read More

Adoption of Cloud Computing and OPAC Visibility in Nigerian University Library System

Sirajudeen Femi Bakrin; Mujidat Adeola Bello; Mutiat A. Ogunrinde

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 133-149

Abstract
  OPAC visibility, implementation of the cloud system and challenges of its adoption are the variables that define the crust of the research. The study, compartmentalizing the Nigerian University libraries, adopted the quantitative methods employing the use of observation and survey. A two-month long observation ...  Read More

Mining and Analyzing Patron’s Book-Loan Data and University Data to Understand Library Use Patterns

Tipawan Silwattananusarn; Pachisa Kulkanjanapiban

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 151-172

Abstract
  The purpose of this paper is to study the patron’s usage behavior in an academic library. This study investigates on pattern of patron’s books borrowing in Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center, Prince of Songkla University that influence patron’s academic achievement during ...  Read More

Status of Central Libraries at Iranian Universities of Medical Sciences for Joining an Integrated Network of Medical Libraries

Mehdi Alipour-Hafezi; Hamidreza Radfar; Behrooz Rasouli; Majid Nabavi; Mohsen HajiZeinolabedin; Afsaneh Dehnad; Shirin Mohamadzadeh; Leila Nemati-Anaraki

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 173-187

Abstract
  The aim of the study is to offer integrated access to information and data sources in the libraries of Iranian universities of medical sciences (UMS) as an important feature enhancing the quality and quantity of research. Thus, it is essential to study the status of Iranian libraries of UMS in terms ...  Read More

An Analysis of Laser Researches in Biomedicine Literature with a Scientometric Approach

Fatemah Makkizadeh

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 189-201

Abstract
  The co-words analysis, as a scientometric method, helps us to discover the conceptual relationships between scientific texts and application of such relationships as a means to demonstrate important links that may be difficult to discover in other ways. This article is intended to use an analytical approach ...  Read More

Comparison between Top-Ranked Iranian Medical Universities and Top-Ranked World Universities based on the Website Analysis

Sajjad Farashi; Saeed Bashirian; Sepideh Zareian

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 203-214

Abstract
  Evaluating the quality and quantity of information presented by universities on their website is the main strategy to ensure that the university web-based activities are in the correct order. In this regard, there are several ranking systems that evaluate the quality and quantity of web-based activities ...  Read More

A Distributed Clustering Approach for Heterogeneous Environments Using Fuzzy Rough Set Theory

Niloofar Mozafari; Mohammad-Ali Nikouei Mahani; Sattar Hashemi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 215-228

Abstract
  Vast majority of data mining algorithms have been designed to work on centralized data, unfortunately however, almost all of nowadays data sets are distributed both geographically and conceptually. Due to privacy and computation cost, centralizing distributed data sets before analyzing them is undoubtedly ...  Read More

Co-Concept Analysis in Bioinformatics Field by Yewno Based on Experts’ Viewpoints

Masoume Kiani; Asefeh Asemi; Mozaffar CheshmehSohrabi; Ahmad Shabani

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 229-243

Abstract
  In this paper, the opinions of bioinformatics experts were sought to examine the knowledge semantic maps. The research question was whether the mapping of bioinformatics field articles could contribute to the reflection of knowledge map in this field; can knowledge within articles be demonstrated through ...  Read More

A Systematic Review and a Synthesis Research on Market Orientation Studies

Shiva Savabieh; Shahnaz Nayebzadeh; Ramin Abghari; Seyyed Hassan Hatami-Nasab

Volume 18, Issue 2 , August 2020, Pages 245-261

Abstract
  During the last decades, market orientation has received a great deal of attention from marketing scholars. In recent years, there has been an increased focus on the relationship between market orientation and business performance. This study aims at enhancing the researchers’ knowledge of market orientation ...  Read More