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Resource discovery through social tagging : a classification and content analytic approach
Purpose – Social tagging systems allow users to assign keywords (tags) to useful resources, facilitating their future access by the tag creator and possibly by other users. Social tagging has both proponents and critics, ...
Weighing the usefulness of social tags for content discovery
A new wave of social computing applications has empowered users to create and share a variety of content. This upsurge of user-generated data involves a paradigm shift in terms of the management, searching and accessing ...
Can social tags help you find what you want?
One of the uses of social tagging is to associate freely selected terms (tags) to resources for sharing resources among tag consumers. This enables tag consumers to locate new resources through the collective intelligence ...
Centres of calculation and unruly colonists : the colonial library in Singapore and its users, 1874- 1900
Purpose: To show how the library management of the Raffles Library and Museum (the former name of the National Library of Singapore) positioned their library in relation to the wider colonial society of which it was a part. ...