ISU Librarian’s Research Cited by Croatian Information Scientists
September 17, 2020
ISU Professor Philip Homan's research on information ethics has been cited in a study of the role of artificial intelligence in the organization of information.
Drahomira Cupar's and Ljiljana Poljak's "Ethical Considerations and Social Responsibility in Library Catalogues" was published last year in The Human Position in an Artificial World: Creativity, Ethics and AI in Knowledge Organization by Ergon-Verlag, Baden-Baden, Germany.
The paper was originally presented at the International Society for Knowledge Organization UK Sixth Biennial Conference at the University of London on 15-16 July 2019.
Homan's article "Library Catalog Notes for 'Bad Books': Ethics vs. Responsibilities" was published in 2012 in Knowledge Organization, ISKO’s peer-reviewed journal.
Cupar and Poljak are in the Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia. Homan is Instruction Librarian at the ISU Libraries.