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    • Can access be accessible? Facilitating digital access to information for everyone 

      Rambø, Thomas Hanssen (Bachelor thesis, 2017)
      This thesis evaluates two norwegian library websites with regards to universal design. The research question guiding the thesis is, "How can two Norwegian library websites improve how they facilitate digital access to ...
    • Challenges to learning and leading the digital workplace 

      Hult, Helena Vallo; Byström, Katriina (Studies in Continuing Education;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02-14)
      Digitalisation does not only transform material constructions of workplaces and work but also social constructions for employees’ interaction and learning at work. In this paper, we explore emerging challenges related to ...
    • Class Concerns in a Heritage Setting: Viewers' Responses to Downton Abbey on IMDb 

      Ridderstrøm, Helge (Series. International Journal of TV Serial Narratives;Vol 4, No 2 (2018), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article examines the TV series Downton Abbey (2010-15) from both a class and a reception perspective. Downton Abbey belongs to the heritage film genre with its claims to detailed historical accuracy, and is thereby ...
    • Collaborative writing at Bobcatsss. Two heads are better than one? 

      Sveum, Tor (New Library World;114(5/6), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss learning experiences, mutual benefits and possible drawbacks from collaborative writing and presentation of scientific papers at Bobcatsss international library ...
    • Conceptualisations of the use of records 

      Sundqvist, Anneli (Tidsskriftet Arkiv;6, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The archival community has an ambivalent attitude towards use of record. In one sense, use could be said to be the ultimate purpose of keeping records, on the other hand, it has not been theorized in archives and records ...
    • Context Matters: An Analysis of assessments of XML Documents 

      Pharo, Nils; Nordlie, Ragnar (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      The paper analyses searchers’ assessments of usefulness and specificity on different levels of granularity in XML-coded documents. Documents are assessed on 10 usefulness/specificity combinations and on the granularity ...
    • Contingent availability: A case-based approach to understanding availability in streaming services and cultural policy implications 

      Colbjørnsen, Terje; Tallerås, Kim; Øfsti, Olav Marius (International Journal of Cultural Policy;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-22)
      Streaming services have emerged as increasingly important access points for cultural content, often promising, as Netflix does, ‘unlimited entertainment’. However, the actual conditions of availability remain under-examined. ...
    • Crises, Rumours and Reposts: Journalists’ Social Media Content Gathering and Verification Practices in Breaking News Situations 

      Backholm, Klas; Ausserhofer, Julian; Frey, Elsebeth; Larsen, Anna M. Grøndahl; Hornmoen, Harald; Högväg, Joachim; Reimerth, Gudrun (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Social media (SoMe) platforms provide potentially important information for news journalists during everyday work and in crisis-related contexts. The aims of this study were (a) to map central journalistic challenges and ...
    • Cultural Patterns of Information Source Use: A Global Study of 47 Countries 

      Khosrowjerdi, Mahmood; Sundqvist, Anneli; Byström, Katriina (Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-07-17)
      The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships between national culture and information source use (ISU) on a global level. A secondary analysis was carried out on three different data sets. They were (a) ...
    • Cultural Policies, Social Missions, Algorithms and Discretion: What Should Public Service Institutions Recommend? 

      Tallerås, Kim; Colbjørnsen, Terje; Oterholm, Knut; Larsen, Håkon (Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series;Volume 12051, Conference object; Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-19)
      Digital media services, and streaming services in particular, filter and recommend content to their users by the use of algorithms. In this paper, we ask what happens when institutions like public service broadcasters, ...
    • Cultural policy, the public sphere and public libraries: a comparison of Norwegian, American and Japanese models 

      Widdersheim, Michael; Koizumi, Masanori; Larsen, Håkon (International Journal of Cultural Policy;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-16)
      This study compares cultural policy, public libraries,and the public sphere in Norway, the United States, and Japan. Results of the comparison indicate that Norway emphasizes physical meeting spaces and the public sphere. ...
    • Da 'Bibliotekrevolusjonen' kom til Norge. Amerikansk innflytelse i norske fag- og folkebibliotek 

      Frisvold, Øivind (Samle, formidle, dele: 75 år med bibliotekarutdanning;, Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2015-12)
    • Decentralized subject indexing of television programs: the effects of using a semi-controlled indexing language 

      Søbak, Veslemøy D.B.; Pharo, Nils (Journal article; Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-06-13)
      We have performed an exploratory case study to understand how subject indexing performed by television production staff using a semi-controlled vocabulary affects indexing quality. In the study, we used triangulation, ...
    • «Deep reading» i biblioteket: et kritisk lys på håndteringen av e-bøker i fag- og folkebibliotek 

      Dahl, Tor Arne; Mangen, Anne (Nordisk Tidsskrift for informationsvitenskap- og kulturformidling;4(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Bibliotekene ivrer etter å kunne tilby e-bøker til lånerne. I Norge har de fleste fagbibliotekene lenge hatt store samlinger av e-bøker, mens folkebibliotekene først fra 2013 kunne tilby norskspråklige titler. I denne ...
    • Den digitale offentligheten i kultur- og bibliotekpolitikken 

      Larsen, Håkon; Solheim, Per Aleksander (Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies; Vol 1 No 2 (2020), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-22)
      Echo chambers, fake news, filter bubbles and algorithms have been framed as great threats to our contemporary democracies and public spheres. In the Nordic countries, the state plays an active role in sustaining democracy ...
    • Det åpne bibliotek: Forskningsbibliotek i endring 

      Anderson, Astrid; Fagerlid, Cicilie; Larsen, Håkon; Straume, Ingerid (Book; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Dagens forskningsbibliotek lever ikke opp til stereotypien av støvete, stille rom med hysjende bibliotekarer. Snarere er bibliotekene ofte i forkant av den teknologiske utviklingen. Tenkningen om deres samfunnsoppdrag ...
    • Det digitale informasjonssamfunnet, demokratiet og offentligheten Kultur- og bibliotekspolitikk i en digital tid 

      Solheim, Per Aleksander (Master thesis, 2020)
      Det digitale informasjonssamfunnet har medført nye utfordringer for demokratiet og offentligheten. Ekkokamre, falske nyheter og andre problemstillinger har ført til økende bekymring for hvordan dette kan påvirke demokratiske ...
    • Det fenomenologiske blikket - et materialistisk perspektiv 

      Skjerdingstad, Kjell Ivar (Krysspeilinger: Perspektiver på bibliotek- og informasjonsvitenskap;, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    • Developing an empirical measure of everyday information mastering 

      Heinström, Jannica; Sormunen, Eero; Savolainen, Reijo; Ek, Stefan (Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-08-19)
      The aim of the study was to develop an empirical measure for everyday information mastering (EIM). EIM describes the ways that individuals, based on their beliefs, attitudes, and expectations, orient themselves to information ...
    • Digital Chronofiles of Life Experience 

      Gurrin, Cathal; Johansen, Håvard; Sødring, Thomas; Johansen, Dag (Lecture Notes in Computer Science;8852, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Technology has brought us to the point where we are able to digitally sample life experience in rich multimedia detail, often referred to as lifelogging. In this paper we explore the potential of lifelogging for the ...