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This opinion piece takes Google's response to the so-called COVID-19 infodemic, as a starting point to argue for the need to consider societal relevance as a complement to other types of relevance. The authors maintain that if information science wants to be a discipline at the forefront of research on relevance, search engines, and their use, then the information science research community needs to address itself to the challenges and conditions that commercial search engines create in. The article concludes with a tentative list of related research topics.
|Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology
|Early online date
|2021 Aug 21
|Published - 2022
Subject classification (UKÄ)
- Information Studies
- search engines
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- 2 Finished
2018/07/01 → 2021/06/30
- 1 Public lecture/debate/seminar
2021 May 25
Activity: Talk or presentation › Public lecture/debate/seminar