13th Conference on Professional Information Resources

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Web Search Update and World 2.0

Session coordinator: Martin Lhoták, Main Library of the Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Where: 24. 5. 2007, 8.30 - 12.00, New Auditorium

Will Be Information Processing and Accessing in Information Systems Affected by Changes in Technologies?

Autor: Nadežda Andrejčíková, Cosmotron Bohemia, s.r.o., Czech republic



The purpose of this paper is to describe main changes that follow on new technologies and their effect on information processing and accessing in information systems. As the first Web 2.0 technologies affect range, quality and form of service providing, however changes in information processing are not less important. It is known that service quality stays and falls on information base quality – it means quality of information provision. Information institutions will be not able to utilise possibilities that provide technologies (including Web 2.0 technologies), while they don’t change philosophy of information and document processing and accessing completely towards multidimensional information systems.

About author:

Author graduated at the Slovak University of Agriculture, division: Management information system. She worked as programmer-analyst in PVT company in Czech republic. She established her own companies --- Cosmotron Bohemia,Czech republic and Cosmotron Slovakia, in Slovakia. She is the director and owner of the companies, implementation and consultant of the international standards for data processing and imformation access in the memory institutions, she is also a member of the Slovak librarians association. These companies are dealing with –programmer-analyst of librarian software,librarian and database expert and they are into analysis,development,implementation and administration of library system- Advanced Rapid Library in Czech and Slovak republic. And this Advanced Rapid Library is dedicated for administration and management of the information in the memory institutions.

Other papers in this session:

The Web 2.0 Challenge to Information Literacy

Author: Peter Godwin, University of Bedfordshire

Progress in Modern Web Technologies and It´s Use in Searching Methods

Author: Patrik Plachý, SEFIRA spol. s r.o., Czech Republic

How to Search and FIND – Deep Indexing of Figures and Tables

Author: Helle Lauridsen, ProQuest CSA, United Kingdom

Web. 2.0 vs. Semantic Web

Author: Vilém Sklenák, University of Economics, Czech Republic

Vertical Search Services

Author: Pavel Kocourek, INCAD, c/o Convera CZ, Czech Republic

Blog is Great. But How to Let People Know About it?

Author: Filip Vojtášek, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic