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Research Data Management Frameworks: A Systematic Literature Review

Mohammad Azami; Ali Sadatmoosavi; Mohammadreza Chashmyazdan

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 1-18


  Several models and frameworks have been proposed by researchers for the management of research data over the past few years. These models and frameworks may help organizations and researchers evaluate various aspects of implementing research data management systems. Thus, this study aims to identify ...  Read More

Topic Modelling in Library and Information Science from the Primary Data: Swing in Thrust Areas

Mousumi Saha; Saptarshi Ghosh

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 19-34


  This paper portrays the topic modeling approach in identifying critical facets in new Library and Information Science (LIS) research. Using machine language, topic modeling in statistics recognizes the "topics" in a document pool. Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) is one such model for topic analysis ...  Read More

Computer Attitude and the use of Electronic Information Resources by Undergraduate Students of Private Universities in Southwest Nigeria

Mufuliat OLAYODE; Fehintoluwa OMOSEBI,; Taofeek Oladokun; Adeoye OMOSEBI,

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 35-48


  The electronic information resources provided by academic libraries in Nigeria are receiving not being optimally used, and researchers have linked this problem to factors such as the computer attitude of the users. This study examines the level of computer attitude among undergraduate students in Southwest ...  Read More

Determinants and Impacts of Digital Library Engagement: Evidence from Research-Based Universities in Malaysia

Mohamad Rahimi Mohamad Rosman; Mohd Nasir Ismail; Mohamad Noorman Masrek

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 49-65


  Over the years, libraries spent million to subscribe to digital library resources. However, recent studies show that the usage of digital library resources is underutilized. Subsequently, the negative feedback on digital library engagement can be associated with the issue of user deterrence from engaging ...  Read More

Determining the Knowledge Components Affecting Intelligent Knowledge Extraction: A Meta-Synthesis

Mila Malekolkalami; Mohammad Hassanzadeh; Atefeh Sharif; Mansoor Rezghi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 67-93


  Considering the importance of knowledge extraction as one of the stages of knowledge acquisition in the organization, this article aims to identify the effective components and dimensions of intelligent knowledge extraction and determine the importance of each one. Using the seven-step method of Wilson ...  Read More

Alignment Activity Domain, Strategy, Knowledge Strategy, Business Strategy, Organizational University.

Seyed Hussein Sajadian; Peyman Akhavan; Asghar Mohammadi Fateh

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 95-109


  Aligning knowledge and business strategies is especially important and is one of the organization's main challenges. This study aims to discover and construct a network and map knowledge and business strategy themes based on the functional domain theory in an Iranian organizational university. This study ...  Read More

The Effect of Customer Knowledge Management on the Perceived Quality of University Library Services through the Mediating Role of Customer Relationship at the University of Tabriz Central Library

Hashem Atapour; Afshin Hamdipour; Elahe Zabihifar

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 111-130


  This research aims to investigate the effect of Customer Knowledge Management on the perceived quality of university library services through the mediating role of customer relationships at the University of Tabriz Central Library. This research is a correlational study that has been carried out using ...  Read More

Establishing Information Consulting Services in Public Libraries

Hosein Moradimoghadam; Rouhallah Khademi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 131-144


  This study aimed to evaluate the opinions of the librarians of Semnan public libraries on information consulting and examine the feasibility and requirements of setting up information consulting services (ICSs) in public libraries, which has become even more important during the coronavirus pandemic. ...  Read More

COVID-19 Misinformation and the Role of the Information Professional

Edward Borteye; Richard Lamptey; Atiso Kodjo; Esther White

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 145-159


  One group whose work involves information management is librarians. The study thus sought to understand their information management and sharing behavior during the current pandemic. An online survey was activated and shared among respondents. The questionnaires created with Google Forms were sent through ...  Read More

Determining Technology Life Cycle Prediction based on Patent Bibliometric Data

Ali Mansouri; Maryam Mohammadpour

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 161-185


  The primary purpose of the present study is to determine the life cycle and technology prediction based on patent bibliometric data using Markov hidden model. The study population included 50,915 patent licenses in medical equipment extracted from the US Patent and Trademark Office database from 1976 ...  Read More

FarsAcademic: A Standard Persian Test Collection for Information Retrieval in Scientific Texts

Davoud Haseli; Hashem Atapour; Fatemeh Fahimniya; nader Naghshineh; Molook sadat Beheshti Hoseini; Mohammad Sadegh Zahedi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 187-208


  A significant amount of scientific texts is produced in Persian and available in scientific information databases through the Web. In this paper, FarsAcademic, a test collection of Persian scientific texts has been built for implementation of information retrieval models among academic search comprising ...  Read More

Analysis of Variables and Indicators of the E-commerce Business Model Canvas for Knowledge Brokers

azadeh asadian; Fahimeh Babalhavaeji; Dariush Matlabi; Nadjla Hariri

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 209-228


  The knowledge flow is a key success factor for organizations and institutions. Lack of proper knowledge flow in an organization and among different individuals, organizations, and businesses will cause gaps in information and information access. One such gap is the gap in the innovation system. Mediators, ...  Read More

Development of Qur'anic Ontologies: A Domain Review Study

Ali Mirarab; Faezeh Sadat Tabatabai Amiri; Somaye Dehghanisanij; Najmeh HosseinKhalili

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 229-241


  This study aimed to identify research on different Qur'anic ontologies by providing a clear picture of the existing reality, activities, and progress in developing Qur'anic ontologies. Therefore, the present scoping review attempts to overview the breadth and scope of the research conducted around Qur'anic ...  Read More

Application of Knowledge Management Components from the Faculty Members' Perspective at Iran University of Medical Sciences Research Centers

Leila Nemati Anaraki; Hossain Hassanzadeh; Sirous Panahi; Shiva Malgard

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 243-254


  Knowledge management is critical for universities and research institutes to improve their operations and activities. The study aimed to investigate knowledge management components in Iran University of Medical Sciences research centers from the faculty members' perspective. The sample size for the present ...  Read More

Data Mining in Academic Libraries: A Systematic Review

Shahnaz Khademi; Fatemeh Rafieinasab; Natarajan Radhakrishnan

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 255-271


  Libraries, as organizations that typically deal with significant amounts of data, can use data mining techniques to make informed decisions based on discovered knowledge to optimize their services. Finding valuable hidden information or patterns in large amounts of data is highly important in library ...  Read More

Detecting the Major Trends of Information Systems in the COVID-19 Research Landscape

Keziban Seckin Codal; Eda Sönmez

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 273-288


  As the volume and diversity of COVID-19 manuscripts grow, trend topic detection has become a more crucial issue to utilize information from pandemic-specific literature. Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) and bibliometric analysis are common ways of detecting trend topics. In this study, a hybrid approach ...  Read More

A Bibliometric Review of Academic Social Networking Sites (ASNSs) in Scholarly Communication: A Scientific Mapping based on Scopus Database

Abdul Baquee; md Safiqur Rahaman; Dr, R Sevukan

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 286-309


  Academic Social Networking Sites, such as Academia.Edu, ResearchGate, and Mendeley, have revolutionized both social interaction and scholarly communication by making it easier for researchers to collaborate and share their work. As a result of these web-based resources, individuals may now create online ...  Read More

Trends and Patterns of Sports Research in Islam: Bibliometric Analysis Using the Scopus Database

Novri Gazali; Davi Sofyan; Feby Perdima; Khairul Abdullah; Romi Cendra; Sabaruddin Bangun

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 311-329


  Sports are highly recommended in Islam, especially archery, horse riding, and swimming. All three contain aspects of health, skill, accuracy, sportsmanship, and competition. The main objective of this study is to conduct a systematic analysis of trending research literature, especially on the topic of ...  Read More

Sleeping Beauties in Autism Literature: A Review of the Research Literature in the Twentieth Century

Mohsen Fazeli-Varzaneh; Masoud Shekarro; Lisa Ruble

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 331-350


  Increasing scientific productivity in autism research requires citation evaluations that may produce multiple benefits. One of the most recent citation evaluations is the delayed recognition of scientific productions, known as "Sleeping Beauties", which in this study referred to research articles that ...  Read More

Is Clarivate's Web of Science Still Unable to Identify Review Papers Correctly? Evidence, Implications, and Potential Solutions

Salim Moussa

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 351-362


  This paper presents a study of 97 papers classified as review papers by Clarivate's Web of Science. The 97 peer-reviewed papers were published in three prestigious information and library science journals. According to the findings, 57 of the 97 alleged reviews are genuine. 37 research articles, brief ...  Read More

Heuristical Research on Twelve Decades of Information and Knowledge Creation Utilizing Python and NLP

Farshid Danesh; Meisam Dastani

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 363-382


  Publications on knowledge and information creation have grown significantly due to their importance in information and knowledge management. This study aims to discover and analyze the hidden thematic topics of information and knowledge creation publications. The research applied was performed using ...  Read More

Scientific Social Networks in the Mirror of Iranian Academic Research: A Systematic Review Using the Kitchenham & Charters Model

Mahdieh Khoie; Mahdi Mohammadi; Mehri Ezadi Yeghaneh

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, Pages 383-402


  With the spread of Web 2, social networks became more popular. Social networks are used in various fields and scientific fields due to their capabilities and facilities. This study aims to analyze published Persian research on scientific social networks systematically. The present study is applied research ...  Read More