How Lathams differentiates the information needs of Investigators from that of Physicians.
Answer: An Investigator unconventionally faces with multiple problems at a single point of time and works on it for a long period, while a physician constantly faces slow-witted succession of problems that hardly warrant rapid solution.
Who tends to need quick access to valid Information of immediate and high quality ?
Why ‘time cost’ for a search made by a Physician is higher ?
Answer: Rapid access to high quality information needed for clinical decision.
Why the Investigators tend to carryout searches themselves ?
Answer: They have time to assess and digest individual papers.
Identify the author of ‘Essays of an Information Scientist’ from among the following.
Who has coined the term ‘Information Society’ from the following ?
Dance’s Helical Spiral communication model is a :
What was the theme of IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2017 ?
Answer: Libraries. Solidarity. Society
Which of the following is a collaborative network of Reference Librarians ?
Resource Description and Access (RDA) is divided into how many sections ?
p, q, r in the schema of operators in PRECIS belong to :
Answer: Dependent elements
According to APA Style Manual, a section at the end of a paper that includes information that is too detailed for the text of the paper itself and would “burden the reader” or be “distracting” or “in appropriate” is called :
Who coined the word “Management theory jungle” ?
Which of the following cases require the application of a new ISSN ?
Answer: Change in publication medium and title
Which of the following organisations have introduced “Dig by”- a new mobile application available as a part of ‘Worldshare Management Service’ ?