• E. Abadal, L. Codina
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 26

    Abstract
    In various contexts, a concern has been expressed, both implicitly and explicitly, that search engines in general, and Google in particular, may be using some system that [...]

  • P. Bravo-Jiménez
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 25

    Abstract
    In 2006, the Municipal Libraries Network of L’Hospitalet (Barcelona) was invited to participate in a youth rehabilitation programme aimed at the social integration of problematic [...]

  • D. Maniega-Legarda, G. Pérez-Salmerón, Y. Guerrero-Torres
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 24

    Abstract
    The Subdirecció General of Biblioteques take part as trial in the project of change toward a new culture of management and production of contents that the Culture and Mass [...]

  • A. Gómez-Gómez
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 23

    Abstract
    The inclusion of Andalusia in the “Internet in the libraries” programme has allowed an increase in the number of libraries offering free internet access to their users [...]

  • M. Abad-García, A. González-Teruel, C. Martínez-Catalán, F. Giménez-Martínez
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 22

    Abstract
    Self-archiving was studied in 3,495 papers in 109 core journals that published 50% of Valencia’s scientific production in biomedical and health sciences included in the [...]

  • M. Romera-Iruela
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 21

    Abstract
    Public libraries are the entrance to a knowledge society with equal access for everyone and are also a suitable place for the social integration of many different groups of [...]

  • J. Gallo-León
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 20

    Abstract
    A user-centred public library must focus its innovation in ways that will attract and satisfy users, building user loyalty. This relates not only to technological innovation [...]

  • F. Juárez-Urquijo
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 19

    Abstract
    The evolution of information technology and its relationship with libraries is reviewed, from the end of the twentieth century to the present, with a discussion of libaries’ [...]

  • R. Lozano-Díaz
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 18

    Abstract
    Innovation does not only apply to technology. In public libraries, exploring and developing new links with the community, promoting new services, designing new models of internal [...]

  • F. Peset
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 17

    Abstract
    Actas de la conferencia sobre edición científica celebrada en Bruselas, 15-16 de febrero de 2007

  • F. Peset
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 16

    Abstract
    CELEBRAMOS EL E-LIS Meeting: “Enhancing the access to LIS literature”, Valencia, 13-14 de noviembre de 2007

  • R. Eíto-Brun
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 15

    Abstract
    ISIS –the popular software developed at UNESCO– is a classic tool for database management. Nonetheless, in some cases the fact that it is freeware has made it seem less [...]

  • C. Bustelo, E. García-Morales
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 14

    Abstract
    Implementation of the e-government law guaranteeing Spanish citizens electronic access to public services (Ley para el Acceso Electrónico de los Ciudadanos a los Servicios [...]

  • M. Ribera, M. Térmens, M. García-Martín
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 13

    Abstract
    Practical recommendations are offered for usability testing to meet the needs of users who are blind, including a detailed explanation of best practices in planning, implementation, [...]

  • F. Hernández-Carrascal
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 12

    Abstract
    Description of an ongoing project that aims to model the cultural heritage domain in an ontology, the Cantabria’s Heritage Ontology, lead by Fundación Marcelino Botín. [...]

  • J. Caldera-Serrano, R. Sánchez-Jiménez
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 11

    Abstract
    The development of an ontology for information control is proposed to manage visual images of and references to individuals in information management systems of television [...]

  • J. Morato, S. Sánchez-Cuadrado, A. Fraga, V. Moreno-Pelayo
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 10

    Abstract
    The internet’s evolution toward a scenario of greater potential, with users increasingly involved in its development and management, demands a lower level of semantic ambiguity [...]

  • P. Russo-Gallo, J. Rodríguez-Gairín, A. Sulé-Duesa
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 9

    Abstract
    The selection of a library management system is often affected by social, economic and political conditions that may result in an inappropriate choice for a library’s needs, [...]

  • D. Babini, F. Vergara-Rossi, F. Medici, J. González
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 8

    Abstract
    When the Latin America and the Caribbean Social Sciences Network of Virtual Libraries was created 10 years ago, it was an easy decision to work with open software because [...]

  • J. Clavero, E. Formentí, T. Prieto
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 7

    Abstract
    We reviewed projects and outcomes in the implementation and use of free software in the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) libraries. Free software is a growing movement [...]

  • R. De-la-Vega-Sivera
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 6

    Abstract
    University libraries manage not only commercial electronic resources, but also documents generated by research and educational activities at their own institutions. Libraries [...]

  • D. Torres-Salinas, Á. Cabezas-Clavijo, E. Delgado-López-Cózar
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 5

    Abstract
    Several indicators of production and participation in Spanish library and information science blogs are analysed, based on a sample of 46 personal and corporate weblogs. The [...]

  • B. Vargas-Quesada, F. De-Moya-Anegón, Z. Chinchilla-Rodríguez, E. Corera-Álvarez, V. Guerrero-Bote
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 4

    Abstract
    This longitudinal study of the development of Spain’s ISI scientific domain examines three key time periods: 1990-1995, 1996-2000 and 2001-2005, with the goal of describing [...]

  • A. García-Torres, A. Pareja-Lora, D. Pradana-López
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 3

    Abstract
    A practical approach to the development of ontologies from thesauri is presented, using the Methontology methodology, which permits the use of any language developed so far [...]

  • J. González-Barahona
    El profesional de la información (2008). Vol. 17, (4), 2

    Abstract
    One of the main consequences of publishing a program as libre (free, open source) software is that its source code is made available to anyone who wants to look at it. In [...]

  • J. Heat Transfer (2008). Vol. 130 (6), 10 pp.

    Abstract
    The paper shows the intrinsic difficulties found in the numerical simulation of industrial casting processes using finite element (FE) analysis. Up until now, uncoupled pure [...]

  • -. ThinkEPI
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 63

    Abstract
     Algunos temas tratados en esta sección: Estudios de Biblioteconomía y Documentación, Hábitos de lectura

  • R. Eíto-Brun
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 62

    Abstract
    Open source software is a key component in the technological development of Central and South American nations. In many cases, it is the only option that avoids the problems [...]

  • R. Eíto-Brun
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 61

    Abstract
    Emergency and crisis management professionals work in complex conditions. Information management is a key factor in ensuring the efficiency of their work. In this area of [...]

  • E. Delgado-López-Cózar, M. De-la-Moneda-Corrochano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 60

    Abstract
    A picture is presented of the state of library and information professionals and disciplines in Spain. Statistical data are provided about both the number and type of Spanish [...]

  • -. ThinkEPI
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 59

    Abstract
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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 58

    Abstract
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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 57

    Abstract
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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 56

    Abstract
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    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 55

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  • T. Baiget
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 54

    Abstract
    As we believe they are very interesting and enlighting, we collected the messages of several members of the email list IweTel on software licenses.

  • F. Tosete
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 53

    Abstract
    In the past year and a half, we have seen a forceful consolidation of what is called the Mobile Web. Parallel to its development, an ample number of devices (mobile telephones, [...]

  • J. Grau
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 52

    Abstract
    Videoconferences, collaboration tools, or virtual meeting software have all been in use for years on the Internet and have steadily become more affordable and accessible. [...]

  • J. Serrano-Cobos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 51

    Abstract
    The need for real usability testing analysis is discussed, since the assumption that classical usability heuristics are not capable to cope every possible web information [...]

  • J. Serrano-Cobos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 50

    Abstract
    This insightful introduction to understanding mashups describes them as a kind of content aggregation that permits mixing several information sources or applications, in an [...]

  • J. Guallar, E. Abadal
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 49

    Abstract
    We describe the activities and concerns of public library professionals with respect to the digital press, beginning with comments made by librarians themselves in the forums [...]

  • R. Lozano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 48

    Abstract
    The report “Our libraries: where has all the cash gone?” by Tim Coates , which describes the situation of the public libraries in London, is the starting point for reflections [...]

  • C. Bustelo-Ruesta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 47

    Abstract
    This is the second part of the analysis of the complex relationships between information technologies and information professionals in an environment in which, for the first [...]

  • C. Bustelo-Ruesta
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 46

    Abstract
    The relationship between information technologies and information professionals is becoming more complex in an environment in which, for the first time, standards and legislation [...]

  • J. Tramullas
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 45

    Abstract
    This short paper reviews the new model of content management that users are implementing with Web 2.0 tools. Usability and integration with social networks are noted as success [...]

  • E. Delgado-López-Cózar
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 44

    Abstract
    Details are presented from the study being carried out by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science about applications and enrollment by first-year students at Spanish [...]

  • F. García-Marco
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 43

    Abstract
    Recent developments in ontology research in the fields of Library and Information Science (LIS), Computer Sciences, and other related disciplines are examined through a bibliometric [...]

  • F. Peset
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 42

    Abstract
    Visibility in the Web of Science databases differs between the hard sciences and the social sciences, and between scholarship in English and in other languages. Quantitative [...]

  • J. Leiva-Aguilera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 41

    Abstract
    In recent years, information managers have seen increased opportunities as a result of the evolution of technology. However, as time goes by we can see that many professionals [...]

  • J. Gómez-Hernández
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 40

    Abstract
    We believe that librarians have a proactive attitude to give better services to their users, and to have a specific role in the present social context characterized by an [...]

  • S. Zambrano-Silva
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 39

    Abstract
    Many different situations and factors can be obstacles to the professional growth of those who manage information and documentation. Some proposals are presented to try to [...]

  • J. Guallar
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 38

    Abstract
    A review of the state of digital media in Spain in 2007 considers the following aspects: redesign, new newspapers, use of video services, participation services, and free [...]

  • A. D'Alòs-Moner, E. Méndez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 37

    Abstract
    A review of the history and development of OCLC, the large international organization for information and library services, reflects especially on OCLC’s history in Spain [...]

  • E. Abadal, L. Codina
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 36

    Abstract
    The evolution of subject portals is described, from their origins in the late 1990s (the era of Yahoo directory, Altavista and other search engines that did not use link analysis) [...]

  • I. Aguillo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 35

    Abstract
    Although the web has become, as a general rule, the main source of information and its use as a reference source is growing, disproportionate attacks on the reliability of [...]

  • F. Tosete
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 34

    Abstract
    If there is a company that has transformed the World Wide Wide, it’s Google. Today, Google is much more than just a search engine. The Mountain View enterprise is known [...]

  • C. Rovira
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 33

    Abstract
    The numeric data provided by search engine results pages is analyzed using correlation coefficients. The conclusion is that numeric data is reliable for studies that compare [...]

  • C. Amat
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 32

    Abstract
    The difficulty of gathering information from databases not indexed by search engines is the origin of what is called the deep or invisible Internet. In bibliographic and cataloguing [...]

  • J. Pérez-Agüera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 31

    Abstract
    A workshop on the search engine market, organized by Atos Origin in Madrid, is described. The key players in Spain’s market, from Google to the national distance learning [...]

  • E. Méndez
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 30

    Abstract
    The most recent conference of Dublin Core and Metadata Applications (DC-2007) was held in August 2007 in Singapore. The main developments in metadata, especially the Dublin [...]

  • F. García-Marco
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 29

    Abstract
    International projects for reforming and broadening the scope of the current technical guidelines and standards on thesauri are presented. The aims of these projects are to [...]

  • F. Peset, T. Baiget
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 28

    Abstract
    A paradigm shift is taking place in cataloguing codes. After the massive success of simple information retrieval systems like Google, some cataloguers are calling for a simplification [...]

  • M. Marcos
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 27

    Abstract
    Knowing the factors that search engines consider in their ranking results is key for webmasters. This knowledge is an advantage for a website’s owner, as the site improves [...]

  • L. Codina
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 26

    Abstract
    Starting with the concept of vaporware, we present a critical point of view about the Web Semantic Project. Both positive aspects and others that may only represent a new [...]

  • D. Maniega
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 25

    Abstract
    Opac has been in the eye of the hurricane for a number of years, evolving to provide management programs with more functionality in terms of accessibility, understood as the [...]

  • J. Pérez-Agüera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 24

    Abstract
    Current trends in natural language processing and information retrieval are briefly analysed to show their impace on the search engine market. Powerset and Hakia are highlighted [...]

  • J. Pérez-Agüera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 23

    Abstract
    La Web semántica aún parece una promesa de futuro, y corre el riesgo de pasarle como a muchos jugadores de fútbol, que se quedan en promesas y luego nunca llegan a nada. [...]

  • J. Senso
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 22

    Abstract
    A semantic browser is any tool for browsing semantic content, or for browsing content based on semantic data. Other systems exist that let users make use of Semantic Web content [...]

  • S. Zambrano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 21

    Abstract
    The profitability of information and documentation services, whether public or private, is discussed, with special attention to the relationship with the organization that [...]

  • A. Pons
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 20

    Abstract
    Advanced information services developed in Spanish public libraries are examined, as well as some of the information resources widely available online. The author calls for [...]

  • P. Riera
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 19

    Abstract
    The development of the European Digital Library, a project that will give European citizens access to our cultural heritage, raises many questions about this project’s compatibility [...]

  • J. Franganillo
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 18

    Abstract
    Distributing news summaries by means of content syndication significantly improved access to current information, but has had only moderate acceptance despite optimistic predictions. [...]

  • R. Lozano
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 17

    Abstract
    Books and the public libraries that house them are immersed in a society that is undergoing continuous transformation and are influenced by the growing commercialization of [...]

  • F. De-Moya-Anegón
    Anuario ThinkEPI (2008). Vol. 2, 16

    Abstract
    University studies of Library and Information Sciences (LIS) in Spain are experiencing a setback in the number of students enrolled. This also happens in other disciplines, [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2008). Vol. 197 (17-18), 1603-1619

    Abstract
    This paper recovers the original spirit of the continuous crack approaches, where displacements jumps across the crack are smeared over the affected elements and the behaviour [...]

  • I. Berlanga Fernández
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 131

    Abstract
    In the audiovisual field, mystery journalism has historically been considered as a smaller and disdained gender, reduced to a ridiculous situation by the lack of absolute [...]

  • F. Loscertales Abril, T. Núñez Domínguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 130

    Abstract
    Movies are one of the objects of study for Social Psychology because they are not only art or industry; they are a way of socialization. Therefore, movies show behaviour models, [...]

  • M. Hidalgo Rodríguez, J. Pertíñez López
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 129

    Abstract
    The analysis of the educational function of television should not be strictly limited to the contents of the programmes, but it should also examine the way in which these [...]

  • M. Díaz Gómez, J. Romero Carmona
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 128

    Abstract
    «The television magnifying glass» is a multimedia project for secondary school students that use a Web site to offer advice and proposals for learning to watch television. [...]

  • G. Spectus
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 127

    Abstract
    Television and publicity were never two independent screens as the second sustains the first, but since the end of the nineties Internet has become a meta-screen that feeds [...]

  • M. Vicente Mariño, I. Martín Granados
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 126

    Abstract
    Social and technological transformations undergone during the last decades have lead to contemporary societies, where image has become one of the key elements. Although this [...]

  • R. Nunes
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 125

    Abstract
    Traditionally, Education for Media has been oriented to individualized media as a function of their background identity: press, radio and television. In a context of hybridism [...]

  • A. Walzer Moskovic, J. Retis Rivas
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 124

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the models of Public Television in Spain (TVE) and Great Britain (BBC), within the different contexts in which both entities are created and developed. [...]

  • E. Torres Lana
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 123

    Abstract
    This paper is based on the necessity for developing audiovisual democracy and for proposing specific practices for the deactivation of media persuasive elements as its consequence. [...]

  • A. Gómez Aguilar, M. Martínez García
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 122

    Abstract
    Nowadays, digitalization of contents constitutes one of the keys of the development in the educational sector. The ubiquitous proliferation of mobile phones and portable devices, [...]

  • M. Moreno Rodríguez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 121

    Abstract
    Describing television in terms of quality is difficult, even more when it comes to the Spanish television audience, which is divided into two main tendencies: on the one hand, [...]

  • J. Aguaded Gómez, Y. Macías Gómez
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 120

    Abstract
    The mass media, increasingly more present in the society, seem to be losing their social sense and their function of citizenship formation, for the benefit of business logic [...]

  • J. Romero Carmona, M. Degrado Godoy
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 119

    Abstract
    Soap opera is an entertainment phenomenon based on melodrama. Along its existence it has been considered as a mediocre way to entertain people. Its rating and success has [...]

  • I. Gordillo Álvarez, M. Ramírez Alvarado
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 118

    Abstract
    This article seeks to deepen, on the one hand, into the development of new marketing strategies using TV as platform and aimed at promoting consumption among young girls. [...]

  • I. Rius Sanchis
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 117

    Abstract
    In the last years a communicative phenomenon, the «TV Baby Sitter», has appeared on the most important mass media. This fact represents that TV is becoming an educational [...]

  • G. Rosique Cedillo
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 116

    Abstract
    Due to the changes produced in TV programming, and also to the increasing importance of audiovisual media, TV viewers associations have been working for about two decades [...]

  • J. Méndez Garrido
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 115

    Abstract
    In this work, we reflect on the presence of the television in people’s lives and the need to promote the regularization of television programmes, as well as the literacy [...]

  • D. Rodríguez Mateos
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 114

    Abstract
    The author of this paper defends that the mass media in which she works, stimulates for the show. The influence of television in society has reopened the discussion about [...]

  • M. Cabrera González, T. Gómez Aguilera
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 113

    Abstract
    The design of TV programmes schedule according to the different profiles of the audience favours a customized television watching by selective audiences. This work determines [...]

  • Á. Vera Aranda
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 112

    Abstract
    Young people spend more time watching television than attending classes at school. However, violent, aggressive or just clearly harmful programmes are broadcast for the minors [...]

  • P. Olascoaga
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 111

    Abstract
    The rate of mass media per inhabitant is particularly high in Uruguay. Nevertheless, there aren´t many experiences in teacher training and formation of a critical consciousness. [...]

  • J. Revuelta Blanco
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 110

    Abstract
    We have developed a methodology for a «Critical reading of TV advertisements». It consists of a guidebook for educators, cards for adolescents and a video. It has been presented [...]

  • G. Hernández Díaz
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 109

    Abstract
    Educating in mediations is a proposal of education that allows us to know the moral plexus of the main socialization agents such as the family, the school and the media. As [...]

  • A. Martínez González
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 108

    Abstract
    This paper describes an educational process which enables the participants to a critical analysis of television and its contents. This educational method has been developed [...]

  • J. Fernández Baena
    Comunicar. Media Education Research Journal (2008). Vol. 16, (2), 107

    Abstract
    At the beginning of 2007 four experts on educational television carried out some research on the relationship between pre-university education and educational television. [...]