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Using Knowledge Organization Systems to automatically detect forward-looking sentiment in company reports to infer social phenomena.

Journal Article
Cleverley, P., & Muir, L. (2018)
Using Knowledge Organization Systems to automatically detect forward-looking sentiment in company reports to infer social phenomena. Knowledge Organization, 45(2), 152-169. https://doi.org/10.5771/0943-7444-2018-2-152
The study investigates whether existing Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) for strong and hesitant forward-looking sentiment could be improved to detect social phenomena. Fi...

How should universities prepare information graduates for the working world?

Presentation / Conference
Hall, H. (2007, May)
How should universities prepare information graduates for the working world?. Paper presented at Perfect Information Conference 2007, Bath, UK
Invited paper presentation. Presentation slides can be found on slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/HazelHall/how-should-universities-prepare-information-graduates-for-the...

KM, culture and compromise: Devising practical interventions to promote knowledge sharing in corporate environments

Presentation / Conference
Hall, H. (2005, March)
KM, culture and compromise: Devising practical interventions to promote knowledge sharing in corporate environments. Paper presented at European Business Information Conference, Seville, Spain
The attached document summarises the main points to be covered by Hazel Hall in the first part of breakout session B2. Setting the context: how research informs practice. In...

Evaluating a business information sources online course

Journal Article
Gillham, M., & Hall, H. (2000)
Evaluating a business information sources online course. Econtent; Wilton, 23(5), 55-63
With a history of innovative course material delivery mechanisms, the Information Management Department at Queen Margaret University College in Edinburgh, Scotland, decided to...

Knowledge management or information overload? The contribution the special library can make to the knowledge management of an organisation

Journal Article
Hall, H. (1998)
Knowledge management or information overload? The contribution the special library can make to the knowledge management of an organisation. ADLG newsletter, 10(1), 8-10
No abstract available.

Setting the context for teaching business information

Presentation / Conference
Hall, H. (1995, November)
Setting the context for teaching business information. Paper presented at Improved practice and integrated skills in the LIS field, Royal School of Librarianship, Copenhagen, Denmark
How do we teach information management students about the business environment? • How can we design courses on information sources and services provision that interest and mot...