Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

Faculty of Information and Media Studies 2003-2004


Ajiferuke, I.S.Y., and D. Wolfram. 2004. Informetric modeling of Internet search and browsing characteristics. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28 (1): 1-16.

Ajiferuke, I.S.Y., and D. Wolfram. 2004. Modelling the characteristics of Web page outlinks. Scientometrics 59 (1): 43-62.

Ajiferuke, I.S.Y., D. Wolfram, and H. Xie. 2004. Modelling Website visitation and resource usage characteristics by IP address data. 2004 Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Available at http://www.cais-acsi.ca/proceedings/2004/ajiferuke_2004.pdf.

Chikowere-Kabwato, S.B., and I.S.Y. Ajiferuke. 2004. Information and communication technologies provision to rural communities: The case of Gutu World Links Telecentre in Zimbabwe. Using Community Informatics to Transform Regions. S. Marshall, W. Taylor, and X. Yu. Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States: Ideal Group Publishing. 100-114.


Blackmore, T. 2004. High Technology - Low on Memory: Cultural Crisis. Dark City and The Matrix 34 (1): 13-54.


Burkell, J.A. 2003. The dilemma of survey nonresponse. Library and Information Science Research 25 (3): 239-263.

Burkell, J.A. 2004. What are the chances? Evaluating risk/benefit information in consumer health materials. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (2): 200-208.


Chan, D.C. 2004. National and regional trends in enrolment, expenditures, holdings and staffing levels. Downsizing in Academic Libraries : The Canadian Experience. E. Auster, and S. Taylor. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto Press. 36-86.


Comor, E. 2003. Neo-Imperialism and the Crisis of Time. Topia 10: 1-21.


Craven, T.C. 2004. Variations in use of meta tag descriptions by Web pages in different languages. Information Processing and Management 40 (3): 479-493.

Craven, T.C. 2004. Variations in use of meta tag keywords by web pages in different languages. Journal of Information Science 30 (3): 268-279.


Harris, R., and M.A. Wilkinson. 2004. Situating gender: Students' perceptions of information work. Information Technology and People 17: 71-86.


Keightley, K. 2004. Long Play: Adult-Oriented Popular Music and the Temporal Logics of the Post-War Sound Recording Industry in the U.S.A. Media, Culture and Society (London, Thousand Oaks & New Delhi: SAGE) 26 (3): 375-91.


McKenzie, P.J. 2003. Justifying cognitive authority decisions: discursive strategies of information seekers. Library Quarterly 73 (3): 261-288.

McKenzie, P.J. 2004. Positioning theory and the negotiation of information needs in a clinical midwifery setting. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55 (8): 685-694.

McKenzie, P.J. 2003. User perspectives on staff cooperation during the reference transaction. The Reference Librarian 40 (83/84): 5-22.

Pecoskie, J.L., and P.J. McKenzie. 2004. Canadian Census data as a tool for evaluating public library holdings of award-winning lesbian fiction. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28 (4): 3-23.


Chignell, M., J. Gwizek, and A. Quan-Haase. 2003. The privacy attitude questionnaire (PAQ): Initial development and validation. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 47th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado, United States:

Quan-Haase, A., and B. Wellman. 2004. How does the Internet affect social capital? Information technology and social capital. M.H. Huysman, and V. Wulf. Boston, Massachusetts, United States: MIT. 113-132.


Robinson, D. D. Robinson. 2004. Communication History in Canada. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Oxford University Press. xiii, 296 pp.

Robinson, D. 2004. Marketing Gum, Making Meanings: Wrigley in North America, 1890-1932. Enterprise & Society 5 (1): 1-42.

Robinson, D. 2004. Polling Consumers. Communication History in Canada. D. Robinson. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Oxford University Press. 126-138.


Ross, C.S. 2003. The Reference Interview: Connecting in Person and in Cyberspace. Presentations and Responses from the RUSA's President's Program, 2002 ALA Annual Conference, Atlanta, June 17, 2002. Reference and User Services Quarterly 43 (1): 38-43.


Spencer, D. 2003. Hugh Allan Stevenson. London Street Names: An Illustrated Guide. M. Baker, and H.B. Neary. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: James Lorimer and Company. 62.

Spencer, D. 2003. Murder of The Century : The Case of Big Bill Haywood. Illusive Shadows: Justice, Media and Socially Significant American Trials. L. Chiasson Jr. Westport, Connecticut, United States: Praeger Publishers. 79-99.

Spencer, D. 2004. The Trojan Horse: A Cartoon History of Canada - U.S. Free Trade. The International Journal of Comic Art 6 (1): 191-221.

Spencer, D. 2004. Visions of Violence: A Cartoon Study of America and War. American Journalism 21 (2): 47-78.


Harris, R., and M.A. Wilkinson. 2004. Situating Gender: Students' Perceptions of Information Work. Information Technology and People 17 (1): 71-86.

Wilkinson, M.A. 2003. Genie in the Bottle: Intellectual Property and the Flow of Information. Canadian Law Libraries 28 (5): 206-211.

Wilkinson, M.A. 2003-2004. National Treatment, National Interest and the Public Domain. University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal 1 (1&2): 23-48.

Wilkinson, M.A., and N. Gerolami. 2004. The Information Context of Moral Rights under the Copyright Regime. 32nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, Access to Information: Technologies, Skills, and Socio-Political Context. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: University of Manitoba.