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Janet Allen[edit]

Words, Words, Words: Teaching Vocabulary in Grades 4-12
Stenhouse Publishers, ISBN 1571100857, 9781571100856
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  • ``On a recent trip to California I was visiting a middle school and the teachers told me, "We're not allowed to use the word context anymore when we're doing vocabulary instruction." After talking with them about why they would have been given such a mandate, it occurred to me that it probably was rooted in research that cites the unreliability of context as a way to determine meaning and improve comprehension. It appears that the teaching of vocabulary has fallen into the same pit of controversy in which many other literacy practices have landed . . . `` (p. 4-5)

Marcia Bates[edit]

The Invisible Substrate of Information Science
Journal of the American Society for Information Science, vol. 50, no. 12, pp. 1043-1050. [1]
See also: The likely source of inspiration.

Tim Berners-Lee[edit]

Weaving the Web: The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web by its Inventor
with Mark Fischetti and Michael L. Dertouzos

Mark Bevir[edit]

The Logic of the History of Ideas
Cambridge University Press
  • ``... advocates an approach [to] the history of ideas that is at odds with that of Arthur Lovejoy, ... the founder of that field.

    Bevir describes the history of ideas as the study of historical relics and the assignment of meaning thereto. How to assign meaning? He defends intentionalism -- the view that the creators of certain objects, texts, etc., intended something by creating them, and that intention is what they mean.

    He acknowledges ... objection to intentionalism: contextualism, conventionalism, occasionalism, and a stress upon the unconscious nature of much of human meaning.``

Steven DeRose[edit]

Document structure and markup in the FRESS hypertext system
Alias: "The Lost Books of Hypertext"
Markup Languages: Theory & Practice Vol. 1, Iss. 1 (Winter 1999) 7-32. (with 60 references).
(with Andries van Dam)

Martin Gardner[edit]

The Internet: A World Brain?
Skeptical Inquirer (Jan-Feb, 1999)
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2843/is_1_23/ai_53569321

Eugene Garfield[edit]

From the World Brain to the Informatorium
Information Services & Use 19 (1999): 99-105

Richard Harland[edit]

Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes: An Introductory History
Palgrave Macmillan
http://books.google.com/books?id=10Z3DxQw0kQC

Steve Lawrence[edit]

Digital Libraries and Autonomous Citation Indexing
Computer 32(6) (June 1999), 67-71 (with Lee Giles and Kurt Bollacker)
http://www.neci.nec.com/lawrence.

Alan James Mayne[edit]

From Politics Past to Politics Future
An Integrated Analysis of Current and Emergent Paradigms
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 [3]

Richard Michod[edit]

Darwinian Dynamics: Evolutionary Transitions in Fitness and Individuality
Princeton University Press

Boyd Rayward[edit]

H.G. Wells's Idea of a World Brain: A Critical Re-Assessment
Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 50 (May 15, 1999): 557-579. [4]

Robert Stalnaker[edit]

Context and Content: Essays on Intentionality in Speech and Thought
http://books.google.com/books?id=OhhMRF2dz0IC

Brenda Swann[edit]

J.D. Bernal: A life in Science and Politics
with Francis Aprahamian

Todd[edit]

Ross J. Todd, Rutgers University

Back to our beginnings: information utilization, Bertram Brookes and the fundamental equation of information science
Information Processing and Management: an International Journal Volume 35 Issue 6 (Special issue on Information Seeking In Context (ISIC)) Pages 851-870. ACM

References[edit]

  1. ^ H.G. Wells, World Brain, Doubleday, Doran & Co., Garden City, NY, 1938.
  2. ^ V. Bush, "As we may think," Atlantic Monthly 176 (1945), 101-108.
  3. ^ G. Liebermann, "ISI's 'World Brain' by Gabriel Liebermann: The World's first holographic engraving," Current Contents 15 (28 December 1981), 5-11. Reprinted inEssays ofanInformation Scientist,Vol. 5, ISI Press. Philadelphia, 1983, pp. 348-354. http://www.garfield.library.upenn.edu/essays/v5p348y1981-82.pdf
  4. ^ E. Garfield, "Towards the World Brain," Current Contents (6 October 1964). Reprinted in Essays of an Information Scientist, Vol. 1, ISI Press, Philadelphia, 1977, pp. 8-9. http://www.garfield.library.upenn.edu/essays/Vlp008y1962-73.pdf
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