Bio: Marek Nahotko is an academic researcher. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publication(s) receiving 4 citation(s).
TL;DR: The purpose is to present library OPAC as a communication genre in its mutability based on the idea of OPAC development as a transition to subsequent OPAC generations.
Abstract: The purpose is to present library OPAC as a communication genre in its mutability. The paper is based on the idea of OPAC development as a transition to subsequent OPAC generations. Every generation, in the light of genre theory, can be treated as a subgenre with its own communication purpose. As such, it is subject to transformations caused by information technology development. OPAC development is described as an electronic genre transition process, which allows for distinguishing eight OPAC subgenre generations. They were distinguished based on socio-historical development of the genre system and were described according to Shepherd and Watters1 genre development model. These subgenres are then subjected to genres analysis revealing their basic characteristics (purpose, form and functionality).
01 Jan 2016
02 Dec 2009-Journal of Web Librarianship
TL;DR: M-Libraries is an excellent starting place for libraries that are considering their own mobile initiatives and the wide variety of projects that are described will allow all types of libraries to benefit from this pioneering work.
Abstract: This book builds on the author's 1999 award-winning ALISE dissertation titled Planned and Situated Aspects in Interactive IR: Patterns of User Interactive Intentions and Information Seeking Strateg...
01 Apr 2018-Philosophical Investigations
TL;DR: The proceedings of the 10th anniversary of the BRITWITTGENSTEIN SOCIETY 10TH ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE as mentioned in this paper were described in detail in the special issue of this journal.
Abstract: Special Issue: PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH WITTGENSTEIN SOCIETY 10TH ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE: WITTGENSTEIN IN THE 21ST CENTURY © 2018 John Wiley & Sons Ltd