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AcronymDefinition
INIndia
INIndiana (US postal abbreviation)
INInch(es)
INInternet
INIndividual Network
INIndividual Needs
INIntelligence (office of, DOE)
INImprovement Note
INInput
INIndian Navy
INIndonesia
INIntelligent Networking
INIntelligent Network
INIntelligent Notification (MiR3, Inc., San Diego, CA)
INInstructor Navigator
INInfantry
INInstrução Normativa (Brazilian taxes)
INImpaled Nazarene (band)
INInternist
INIntermec (stock symbol)
INInformation Need (US DoD)
INIngress Node
INIndeterminate
INInfonet Services Corporation (stock symbol)
INInertial Navigation
INIndium
INMacedonian Airlines (IATA airline code)
INIntra Nasal
INimmunonutrition
INImperishable Night (game)
INPeruvian Inti (national currency)
INInsect Nation (Adam Ant fans)
INIndian Blood Group System
INIce-Forming Nuclei
INKey Punch Operator and Supervisor (US Navy)
INInspection Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Inspection)
INIncision Network (forum)
References in periodicals archive ?
* Questions regarding Medicare coverage are the most commonly mentioned information need among those beneficiaries reporting at least one need.
Information need is an individual's or a group's desire to locate and obtain information to satisfy a conscious or unconscious need.
Information need as trigger and driver of information seeking: a conceptual analysis.
INFORMATION NEED: A THEORY CONNECTING INFORMATION SEARCH TO KNOWLEDGE FORMATION provides a fine monograph examining what motivates people to search for information, and creates a theory of information need as the basis for designing information retrieval systems that engage the user's beliefs and knowledge.
Information need; a theory connecting information search to knowledge formation.
Details about symptoms of pandemic influenza were most frequently cited as the main public information need in the event of a pandemic.
Keywords: Information retrieval, information need, electronic patient Record
For each activity, we analyzed the mean response for the importance of the information need and the ability of the supply chain information systems to meet that need.
* Identify the information needs of corporate decision-makers in light of your long-term objectives.
The intent of the meeting was stated most concretely by Susan Gottesman of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.: "We want some sense of the minimal information needed before small-scale field tests are begun, and also the minimal information needed from such tests before there is any commercial use.'
For this reason this paper will explain the concept of distance learning, concept of distance learners, information needs of distance learners, sources of information for distance learners and challenges they may encounter in seeking for these information.
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