Recent Submissions to DalSpace

  • Talking Through the Keys 

    Allan, Kenneth (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2005)
    New technologies such as e-mail and instant messaging predispose themselves to a less formal style of writing than traditional letter-writing; however, thoughtful communication is still possible through these mediums.
  • The Spirit of Radio 

    Burke, David (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2005)
    As a source of information, local radio transcends the conveyance of explicit knowledge about a community and provides a tacit knowledge of the character of a community and a person's place within it. The speed and pattern ...
  • Geospatial Information Management: Spatial is Still Special 

    Boxall, James; Anderson, Candace (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2005)
    This paper focuses on the interface between human information constructs and spatial decision making. Information policies associated with geospatial information are at the crux of any further development of infrastructures ...
  • Archives Users in the Digital Era: A Review of Current Research Trends 

    Harris, Carolyn (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2005)
    Increasingly, archivists are recognizing that their mission involves not just the acquisition, description and preservation of archival material, but also the provision of effective access to that material for members of ...
  • Editorial: Dalhousie Journal of Information & Management 

    James, Holly; Piorko, Ewa (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2005)

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