The Internet: Its Impact and Evaluation

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Contents
Introduction
David Nicholas and
Ian Rowlands vi
Keynote lecture
The challenge: unstable knowledge, unstable times
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Robin Hunt 1
Impact on strategic sectors (Government, Education and the Media)
Three-dimensional impact: a case study of electronic government
.
Nick Moore 15
Joining up information and learning
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John Akeroyd 21
Newspapers and the Net: peaceful coexistence or fight to the death?
Peter Cole 31
Impact on strategic activities and issues
Impact of the Internet: some conceptual and methodological issues or how to hit a moving target behind the smoke screen
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Michel Menou 48
The impact of the Internet on the ownership of information
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Jonathan Raper 65
Studying the impacts of the Internet without assuming technological determinism
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John A. Daly 77
The relevance of IR research for the evaluation of the World Wide Web
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David Ellis and
Ana Vasconcelos 101
Methodological issues
Who can count the dust of Jacob? From bibliometrics to cybermetrics
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Ian Rowlands 114
Web metrics: too much data, too little analysis
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Eric K. Meyer 131
Surveying the global diffusion of the Internet
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Larry Press 145
Tracking and evaluating the global information consumer
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David Nicholas and
Paul Huntington 156

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