Although the information age and information society have been marked by it, information science has not been added to the research classification scheme of the Slovenian Research Agency (Agencija za raziskovalno dejavnost Republike Slovenije, ARRS) and of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (Statistični urad Republike Slovenije, SURS).
In the article the issues of mobile media access to electronic archives are considered, taking into concern their limitations in information presentation and access. An important segment of mobile issues are mobile communications, which affect substantially the speed of accesss to the information stored in archieves.
The web application developed within the COBISS.SI system and intended for bibliographies of researchers and professionals as well as for articles published in serials is addressed. Possible methods for creating different types of bibliographies and methods for selecting and/or excluding bibliographic items when creating bibliographies of authors/researchers are presented.
At the scientific conference Libraries in the 21st century the vision of the library of the third millennium was accepted. In the centre of its future role stands a fully-educated librarian. In Serbia specialized library education started in 1948. In 1963 education of librarians started also at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade.
Describes a process of gradual implementation of authority control in the COBISS library informationsystem in Slovenia (COBISS.SI). The CONOR.SI initial authority database contained, at thetime of its implementation, over 24,000 authority records for personal authors, mostly Slovenian,from publishing production of the last few years.
Novi mednarodni katalogizacijski pravilnik: Korporativna značnica med idejo o enotni in univerzalno kontrolirani obliki
The Matica Srpska Library (Biblioteka Matice srpske, BMS) has entered the major part of its collection of rare publications into an online union catalogue. Software solution, based on temporarily added fields 370–379, has been used for the description of old and rare books, as well as for the preparation of printed catalogues.
Leading governments, with democratic intent, are incorporating information and communication technologies into their e-government activities. This trend necessitates the establishment of outcomes and goals to guide such efforts.
The impetus for this article was the campaign conducted on the Internet last year and the year before by anonymous individuals trying to discredit Izum’s management. Some of the legal and technological aspects of cyberstalking are pointed out, and ways of dealing with the problem of cybercrime, based on US and EU legislation, are also presented.
IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing) has been working on professional codes of deontology for the last 10 years. Lessons have been derived from that experience and most probably are applicable in the general field of engineering, especially when the pending question is related to the information society.