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impact of computer usage on scholarly communication among academic social scientists
Sely Maria de Souza Costa
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1999.
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Academic clinicians affiliated with academic institutions are encouraged to contact their libraries for assistance with publication reports for productivity and/or impact. Most academic libraries have staff who are designated experts on specific databases and can run reports, perform analysis, and in some instances, create network maps using. The present study assesses the impact of scholarly e-journals by examining the artifacts of scholarly communication—the journal article and its references. In bibliometric studies, citation analysis is a well-known technique that has a long history in studies of scholarly communication (Borgman, ).
Social Networking and Self-Esteem. Many authors define the term “self-esteem” as “the evaluative component of the self—the degree to which one prizes, values, approves or likes oneself.” 10,11 It is an important factor in developing and maintaining mental health and overall quality of life. 12–14 Low self-esteem is associated with the pathogenesis of numerous mental illnesses. A RESEARCH ON THE PURPOSE OF INTERNET USAGE AND LEARNING VIA INTERNET Ass. Prof. Dr. Nursel Selver RUZGAR, Marmara University, Technical Education Faculty, Department of Computer Education, Kadikoy, Istanbul [email protected] ABSTRACT New technologies are rapidly changing our ways of communication, and also the art of teaching, as well as.
network as the primary means of communication. Initially social networks started with simply a profile picture, profile details, and some form of a wall, and drove most of their usage via communication. Social network is a new communication medium along which people broadcast and receive various bits of . Abstract --This research work is a study on the Impact of Internet Usage on Academic performance of undergraduate students using University of Abuja, Nigeriaas a case study. The research design adopted was the survey method using questionnaires as the instrument for data collection.
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The impact of computer usage on scholarly communication among social scientists Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Information Science 26(4) August with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The impact of computer usage on scholarly communication amongst academic social scientists Article (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Data collected revealed that there is an impact of computer usage on the scholarly communication process, especially in terms of informal communication.
Such an impact can be related to changes in the social interactions that underlie knowledge creation among researchers, and also relates to differences in patterns and processes of computer Author: Sely Maria de Souza Costa. A small sample of 11 British academic researchers was included in the interview survey, in order to allow comparisons and see whether Brazilian academics lag behind IT front-runners.
Data collected revealed that there is an impact of computer usage on the scholarly communication process, especially in terms of informal communication. 2nd INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH MANAGEMENT & INNOVATION CONFERENCE (IRMIC ) LANGKAWI, 26 – 27 AUGUST IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Hira Hasnain1, Anum Nasreen2, Hamza Ijaz3 [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] FAST School of File Size: KB.
Today, it is crucial to determine the impact of social media on the academic performance of students. Technology is booming rapidly from year to year, and the younger generations are the ones caught in this rapid change. Questionnaires were distributed through Facebook and E-mails, to find out whether students academic performance.
The impact of new technologies especially social media websites and tools of mass communication has been the centre of several scientific and academic books. The common theme among all of these works is that technology is rewiring our brains and shaping our thinking processes in unprecedented ways.
She researches social media and user-generated content used in scholarly communication and assessment of scholarly practices, such as altmetrics and open science. Athanasios Mazarakis is a postdoctoral researcher and member of the Web Science team at the ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics and Kiel University.
Social Influence and Computer Mediated Communication: /ch This chapter examines contemporary research in computer-mediated communication (CMC) with regard to a specific question: How does attempting to influence. Online social networking sites (OSNs) are websites that give users a range of services based on web technologies that allow individuals to build a public or semi public profile with relationships system, have a list of other users with whom they share a connection, and finally, view and navigate through the list of users' connections with those who share a connection in the system (Boyd.
Tham, Jason () examined the usage and implications of social networking sites among college students. A survey was administered to a non-random sample of college students on SNS use, perceptions of SNS communications, and awareness of the impacts of SNS in academic performance and personal development.
Inﬂuence of ICT on scientiﬁc communication To conﬁrm the existence of the inﬂuence of ICT on the system of scientiﬁc communication, Costa and Meadows () investigated the impact of the usage of computers on the scientiﬁc communication among social scientists in Brazil and the UK and found out that computer usage introduced.
Scientific communication in Libya in the digital age. Intesar Mahmood, Richard Hartley, and Jennifer Rowley The impact of computer usage on scholarly communication among social scientists. Journal of Information Science ; 26(4): The impact of computer usage on.
International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT),Vol. 9, Issue 3, pp. The usage and impact of Internet enabled phones on academic concentration among students of tertiary institutions: A study at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria Emeka Ezemenaka.
The Social Impact of Computers should be read as a guide to the social implications of current and future applications of computers. Among the basic themes presented are the following: the changing nature of work in response to technological innovation as well as the threat to jobs; personal freedom in the machine age as manifested by challenges to privacy, dignity, and work; the relationship.
students’ computer and information communication technology (ICT) literacy on their academic achievement. According to the results, the Pearson correlation coefficient between students computer grades as a measure of their ICT skill and their grade point averages was (R=, P. Social Network: Academic and Social Impact on College Students Mohamed Tayseer, Fouad Zoghieb, Ismail Alcheikh and Mohammad N.S.
Awadallah and the social impacts of social networks usage on college students. The purpose of this research is to investigate if there is any. effects of social network usage on university students’ academic performance. The social network overuse certainly has some negative impact that may counterbalance the potential benefits and poses grave consequences to the academic performance of its victims.
Students spend quality time to comment, update, read and share posts on social networks. Decem Uncategorized academic communication, academic social networks, ORCID, research impact, scholarly publishing, Top News Annie Johnson Photo by noor Younis on Unsplash.
The following is a guest post written by Maria Aghazarian, Digital Resources and Scholarly Communications Specialist at Swarthmore College Libraries. THE EFFECT OF COMPUTER USAGE ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY During the last two decades education institutions have invested heavily in information and communication technologies (ICT) particularly computers.
Today in India particularly among the Indian college students the usage of Social Networking Sites (SNS) has significantly increased and it certainly has far reaching impacts on the academic and other activities of the students.
And these impacts are so widespread .The concept of the invisible college is a key focus of scientific communication research with many studies on this topic in the literature. However, while such studies have contributed to an understanding of the invisible college, they have not adequately explained the interaction of social and structural processes in this phenomenon.
As a consequence, past research has described the invisible.In this paper, we postulated that computer-mediated communications, predominantly social media, are the widely preferred means of communication among students in which they have become too reliant on social media; thus, it influences and compromises the quality of face to face interactions.