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Bar-Ilan, Judit. (1997). "The "mad cow disease", usenet newsgroups and bibliometric laws." [Artículo]. Scientometrics, 1997, 39(1):29-55.

Materias:  Ciberinformetría 



Gresham, John L. Jr. (1994). "From Invisible College to Cyberspace College: Computer Conferencing and the Transformation of Informal Scholarly Communication Networks." [Artículo]. Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century, 1994, 2(4):37-52.
URL: http://www.helsinki.fi/science/optek/1994/n4/gresham.txt      
Materias:  Ciberinformetría 
Resumen:

"Scholarly communication is in the midst of a technological revolution. Much has been published regarding the changes in the formal scholarly communications network that will follow the shift from print to electronic journals (Robison, 1993). Less consideration has been given to the transformation of informal scholarly communications networks through computer mediated communication. However, the impact of technology on informal networks of scholarly communication or "invisible colleges" also merits attention. In fact, the changes in scholarly communication are coming more rapidly along these informal channels. The academic community and publishing industry have been slow to replace print journals with electronic publications as a medium of formal scholarly communication, while the use of email and online discussion groups for informal scholarly communication expands with breathtaking rapidity. Informal scholarly networking is moving from physical locations in conference and research centers into "cyberspace," the virtual space created by electronic networks. The transformation of informal scholarly communications has already begun and academia is in the initial stages of a shift from the invisible college to the cyberspace college as a new form of the informal research network. In order to analyze that shift, I begin with a brief description of invisible colleges followed by a descriptive and historical introduction to computer conferencing. Then I describe the current uses of computer conferencing within the academic community and reflect upon the present and future impact this new form of communication will have on informal scholarly networks."


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