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*2009
44EEChristine L. Borgman, Geoffrey C. Bowker, Thomas A. Finholt, Jillian C. Wallis: Towards a virtual organization for data cyberinfrastructure. JCDL 2009: 353-356
43EEAlberto Pepe, Matthew S. Mayernik, Christine L. Borgman, Herbert Van de Sompel: Technology to Represent Scientific Practice: Data, Life Cycles, and Value Chains CoRR abs/0906.2549: (2009)
2007
42EEJillian C. Wallis, Christine L. Borgman, Matthew S. Mayernik, Alberto Pepe, Nithya Ramanathan, Mark H. Hansen: Know Thy Sensor: Trust, Data Quality, and Data Integrity in Scientific Digital Libraries. ECDL 2007: 380-391
41EEChristine L. Borgman, Tatjana Aparac-Jelusic, Sonja Pigac Ljubi, Zinaida Manzuch, György Sebestyén, András Gábor: Digital Libraries in Central and Eastern Europe: Infrastructure Challenges for the New Europe. ECDL 2007: 442-444
40EEChristine L. Borgman, Jillian C. Wallis, Matthew S. Mayernik, Alberto Pepe: Drowning in data: digital library architecture to support scientific use of embedded sensor networks. JCDL 2007: 269-277
39EEChristine L. Borgman, Jillian C. Wallis, Noel Enyedy: Little science confronts the data deluge: habitat ecology, embedded sensor networks, and digital libraries. Int. J. on Digital Libraries 7(1-2): 17-30 (2007)
2006
38EERob Procter, Christine L. Borgman, Geoffrey C. Bowker, Marina Jirotka, Gary M. Olson, Cherri M. Pancake, Tom Rodden, m. c. schraefel: Usability research challenges for cyberinfrastructure and tools. CHI Extended Abstracts 2006: 1675-1678
37EEChristine L. Borgman, Jillian C. Wallis, Noel Enyedy: Building Digital Libraries for Scientific Data: An Exploratory Study of Data Practices in Habitat Ecology. ECDL 2006: 170-183
36EEChristine L. Borgman: What can Studies of e-Learning Teach us about Collaboration in e-Research? Some Findings from Digital Library Studies. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 15(4): 359-383 (2006)
2005
35EEChristine L. Borgman, Laura J. Smart, Kelli A. Millwood, Jason R. Finley, Leslie Champeny, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Gregory H. Leazer: Comparing faculty information seeking in teaching and research: Implications for the design of digital libraries. JASIST 56(6): 636-657 (2005)
2004
34EEChristine L. Borgman, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Kelli A. Millwood, Leslie Champeny, Jason R. Finley, Laura J. Smart: How geography professors select materials for classroom lectures: implications for the design of digital libraries. JCDL 2004: 179-185
33EELeslie Champeny, Christine L. Borgman, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Kelli A. Millwood, Leonard D'Avolio, Jason R. Finley, Laura J. Smart, Patricia D. Mautone, Richard E. Mayer, Richard A. Johnson: Developing a digital learning environment: an evaluation of design and implementation processes. JCDL 2004: 37-46
2003
32EEChristine L. Borgman: The Invisible Library: Paradox of the Global Information Infrastructure. Library Trends 51(4): (2003)
2002
31EEChristine L. Borgman: Challenges in Building Digital Libraries for the 21st Century. ICADL 2002: 1-13
2001
30EEChristine L. Borgman, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Rich Gazan: Iterative Design and Evaluation of a Geographic Digital Library for University Students: A Case Study of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT). ECDL 2001: 390-401
29EEChristine L. Borgman: Where is the librarian in the digital library? Commun. ACM 44(5): 66-68 (2001)
28EEChristine L. Borgman, Heather Hessel: Report on the First Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2001. D-Lib Magazine 7(10): (2001)
2000
27 Christine L. Borgman: From Gutenberg to the Global Information Infrastructure MIT Press 2000
26EEGregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Christine L. Borgman: Evaluating the use of a geographic digital library in undergraduate classrooms: ADEPT. ACM DL 2000: 248-249
25EEAnn Peterson Bishop, Clifford A. Lynch, Christine L. Borgman, Catherine C. Marshall, Susan Leigh Star, Geoffrey C. Bowker: Digital library use (panel session): social practice in design and evaluation. ACM DL 2000: 276-277
24EEChristine L. Borgman: The Premise and Promise of a Global Information Infrastructure. First Monday 5(8): (2000)
23EEWilliam Y. Arms, Christine L. Borgman, Michael Lesk: Digital library books. Inf. Res. 5(4): (2000)
22EEChristine L. Borgman, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Gregory H. Leazer, Richard E. Mayer, David Gwynn, Rich Gazan, Patricia D. Mautone: Evaluating Digital Libraries for Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Education: A Case Study of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT). Library Trends 49(2): (2000)
1999
21 Christine L. Borgman: What are Digital Libraries, Who is Buidling Them and Why? CoLIS 1999
20 Christine L. Borgman: What are Digital Libraries? Competing Visions. Inf. Process. Manage. 35(3): 227-243 (1999)
19EEChristine L. Borgman: The user's mental model of an information retrieval system: an experiment on a prototype online catalog. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 51(2): 435-452 (1999)
1996
18EEChristine L. Borgman: Social Aspects of Digital Libraries (working session). Digital Libraries 1996: 170
17 Micheline Hancock-Beaulieu, Christine L. Borgman: A New Era for OPAC Research: Introduction to Special Topic Issue on Current Research in Online Public Access Systems. JASIS 47(7): 491-492 (1996)
16 Christine L. Borgman: Why Are Online Catalogs Still Hard to Use? JASIS 47(7): 493-503 (1996)
15 Christine L. Borgman, Sandra G. Hirsh, John Hiller: Rethinking Online Monitoring Methods for Information Retrieval Systems: From Search Product to Search Process. JASIS 47(7): 568-583 (1996)
1995
14 Christine L. Borgman, Sandra G. Hirsh, Virginia A. Walter, Andrea L. Gallagher: Children's Searching Behavior on Browsing and Keyword Online Catalogs: The Science Library Catalog Project. JASIS 46(9): 663-684 (1995)
1994
13EENicholas J. Belkin, Christine L. Borgman, Susan T. Dumais, Micheline Hancock-Beaulieu: Evaluating Interactive Retrieval Systems. SIGIR 1994: 361
1992
12 Christine L. Borgman, Ronald E. Rice: The Convergence of Information Science and Communication: A Bibliometric Analysis. JASIS 43(6): 397-411 (1992)
11 Christine L. Borgman, Susan L. Siegfried: Getty's Synoname and Its Cousins: A Survey of Applications of Personal Name-Matching Algorithms. JASIS 43(7): 459-476 (1992)
1990
10 Michael V. Sullivan, Christine L. Borgman, Dorothy Wippern: End-users, mediated searches, and front-end assistance programs on Dialog: A comparison of learning, performance, and satisfaction. JASIS 41(1): 27-42 (1990)
1989
9EEChristine L. Borgman: All users of information retrieval systems are not created equal: An exploration into individual differences. Inf. Process. Manage. 25(3): 237-251 (1989)
1987
8EEChristine L. Borgman: Individual Differences in the Use of Information Retrieval Systems: Some Issues and Some Data. SIGIR 1987: 61-71
7EENicholas J. Belkin, Christine L. Borgman, Helen M. Brooks, Tom Bylander, W. Bruce Croft, Penny J. Daniels, Scott C. Deerwester, Edward A. Fox, Peter Ingwersen, Roy Rada: Distributed Expert-Based Information Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Inf. Process. Manage. 23(5): 395-409 (1987)
1986
6EEDonald Owen Case, Christine L. Borgman, Charles T. Meadow: End-user information-seeking in the energy field: Implications for end-user access to DOE/RECON databases. Inf. Process. Manage. 22(4): 299-308 (1986)
5 Christine L. Borgman: The User's Mental Model of an Information Retrieval System: An Experiment on a Prototype Online Catalog. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 24(1): 47-64 (1986)
1985
4 Christine L. Borgman, Donald Owen Case, Charles T. Meadow: Designing an Information Retrieval Interface Based on User Characteristics. SIGIR 1985: 139-146
3 Christine L. Borgman: The User's Mental Model of an Information Retrieval System. SIGIR 1985: 268-273
1983
2EEChristine L. Borgman: End User Behavior on an Online Information Retrieval System: A Computer Monitoring Study. SIGIR 1983: 162-176
1979
1EEChristine L. Borgman: Panel Discussion: Information Implications into the Eighties. SIGIR 1979: 87

Coauthor Index

1Tatjana Aparac-Jelusic [41]
2William Y. Arms [23]
3Nicholas J. Belkin [7] [13]
4Ann Peterson Bishop [25]
5Geoffrey C. Bowker [25] [38] [44]
6Helen M. Brooks [7]
7Tom Bylander [7]
8Donald Owen Case [4] [6]
9Leslie Champeny [33] [34] [35]
10W. Bruce Croft [7]
11Leonard D'Avolio [33]
12Penny J. Daniels [7]
13Scott C. Deerwester [7]
14Susan T. Dumais [13]
15Noel Enyedy [37] [39]
16Thomas A. Finholt [44]
17Jason R. Finley [33] [34] [35]
18Edward A. Fox [7]
19András Gábor [41]
20Andrea L. Gallagher [14]
21Rich Gazan [22] [30]
22Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland [22] [26] [30] [33] [34] [35]
23David Gwynn [22]
24Micheline Hancock-Beaulieu [13] [17]
25Mark H. Hansen [42]
26Heather Hessel [28]
27John Hiller [15]
28Sandra G. Hirsh [14] [15]
29Peter Ingwersen [7]
30Marina Jirotka [38]
31Richard A. Johnson [33]
32Gregory H. Leazer [22] [26] [30] [33] [34] [35]
33Michael E. Lesk (Michael Lesk) [23]
34Sonja Pigac Ljubi [41]
35Clifford A. Lynch [25]
36Zinaida Manzuch [41]
37Catherine C. Marshall [25]
38Patricia D. Mautone [22] [33]
39Richard E. Mayer [22] [33]
40Matthew S. Mayernik [40] [42] [43]
41Charles T. Meadow [4] [6]
42Kelli A. Millwood [33] [34] [35]
43Gary M. Olson [38]
44Cherri M. Pancake [38]
45Alberto Pepe [40] [42] [43]
46Rob Procter [38]
47Roy Rada [7]
48Nithya Ramanathan [42]
49Ronald E. Rice [12]
50Tom Rodden [38]
51Monica M. C. Schraefel (m. c. schraefel) [38]
52György Sebestyén [41]
53Susan L. Siegfried [11]
54Laura J. Smart [33] [34] [35]
55Herbert Van de Sompel [43]
56Susan Leigh Star [25]
57Michael V. Sullivan [10]
58Jillian C. Wallis [37] [39] [40] [42] [44]
59Virginia A. Walter [14]
60Dorothy Wippern [10]

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