- an article on browsing web sites in ways designers didn’t anticipate (Exploring Out-of-turn Interactions with Websites),
- a study on longitudinal database use (A Longitudinal Study of Database Usage Within a General Audience Digital Library),
- an article that describes how a combination of an object-oriented database and a full-text index improved performance for named entity extraction from historical texts (CONDITOR1: Topic Maps and DITA labelling tool for textual documents with historical information ), and
- an article that describes text mining for building ontologies (Text and Web Mining Approaches in Order to Build Specialized Ontologies).
This is a regular issue that follows three themed issues of JoDI, covering topics such as spatial hypermedia, social information retrieval for learning, and user-generated content for digital libraries. These, and many other, issues may be found in the JoDI archive.