- Sparking Synergies: Bringing Research and Practice Together - Proceedings of the 68th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, ASIST 2005, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, October 28 - November 2, 2005. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 42, Wiley 2005
- Judit Olah:
Shifts between search stages during task-performance in mediated information seeking interaction.
- Mary B. Ruvane:
Annotation as process: A vital information seeking activity in historical geographic research.
- Dick Stenmark:
Searching the intranet: Corporate users and their queries.
- Jihyun Kim:
Finding documents in a digital institutional repository: DSpace and Eprints.
- Ronald Rousseau:
Q-measures for binary divided networks: An investigation within the field of informetrics.
- Dangzhi Zhao:
Going beyond counting first authors in author co-citation analysis.
- Jiangping Chen:
Toward a unified retrieval outcome analysis framework for cross-language information retrieval.
- Anselm Spoerri:
How the overlap between the search results of different retrieval systems correlates with document relevance.
- Marianne K. Gouge:
Blogs as a means of preservation selection for the World Wide Web.
- Zorana Ercegovac:
What students say they know, feel, and do about cyber-plagiarism and academic dishonesty? A case study.
- Olof Sundin:
Conflicting approaches to user information seeking education in Scandinavian Web-based tutorials.
- Bharat Mehra:
A phase-model of the cross-cultural learning process of LIS international doctoral students: Characteristics and interventions.
- Eric T. Meyer:
Communication regimes: A conceptual framework for examining IT and social change in organizations.
- Sei-Ching Joanna Sin:
Are library and information science journals becoming more internationalized? - A longitudinal study of authors' geographical affiliations in 20 LIS journals from 1981 to 2003.
- Michael R. Olsson:
Beyond 'needy' individuals: Conceptualizing information behavior.
- Diane Nahl:
Affective and cognitive information behavior: Interaction effects in Internet use.
- Hong Cui:
MARTT: Using induced knowledge base to automatically mark up plant taxonomic descriptions with XML.
- Wooseob Jeong:
Multimodal trivariate thematic maps with auditory and haptic display.
- Maureen L. Mackenzie:
ASIS to ASIS&T: Has there been a change in the conference content?
- Jing Chong:
Consumer health digital divide: A research agenda for studying inequality in online health information access and use.
- Amy Tracy Wells:
In search of learning and knowing.
- Guoliang Shi:
Artistic aspects of information retrieval systems.
- Christopher Peter Lueg:
From spam filtering to information retrieval and back: Seeking conceptual foundations for spam filtering.
- Kyung-Sun Kim:
Experienced Web users' search behavior: Effects of focus and emotion control.
- Myke Gluck:
Semiotics and sensemaking: Mapping the relations.
- Katherine W. McCain:
Explorations in bibliometric historiography: The (re)emergence of neural networks, 1980-1991.
- Katherine W. McCain:
Explorations in bibliometric historiography: C. H. Waddington and the rise of evolutionary developmental biology.
- Irene Lopatovska:
Measuring experienced utility of information retrieval systems: Experimental approach.
- Carol F. Landry:
Work roles, tasks and the information behavior of dentists.
- Crystal Fulton:
Finding pleasure in information seeking: Leisure and amateur genealogists exploring their Irish ancestry.
- Janet R. MacPherson:
Preliminary findings of the inclusion of document retrieval systems as actors in a social network.
- Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson:
Relevance assessment as an everyday experience.
- Lisa P. Nathan:
The discourses of appropriation: What can we learn from laggards?
- Stephen Paling:
Technology, tradition, and the individual talent: Literary authors and aesthetic use of information technology.
- Richard Reed:
Assessing the information politics of organizations.
- Melissa H. Cragin:
The emergence of data archiving activities in daily scientific practice: Preliminary analysis of a shared neuroscience data repository.
- W. John MacMullen:
Inter-database annotation linkages in model organism databases.