Dina Tbaishat

Dina Tbaishat
University of Jordan | UJ · Information Science

PhD

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September 2013 - present
University of Jordan
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2013 - January 2019
University of Jordan
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

Publications

Publications (19)
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The increased volume of medical datasets has produced high dimensional features, negatively affecting machine learning (ML) classifiers. In ML, the feature selection process is fundamental for selecting the most relevant features and reducing redundant and irrelevant ones. The optimization algorithms demonstrate its capability to solve feature sele...
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Background: Few ontological attempts have been reported for conceptualizing the bioethics domain. In addition to limited scope representativeness and lack of robust methodological approaches in driving research design and evaluation of bioethics ontologies, no bioethics ontologies exist for pandemics and COVID-19. This research attempted to investi...
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In 2015, the United Nations (UN) called for a better world through 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Public libraries offer a wide range of services that can contribute to creating effective change in societies. Shoman library is one large public library in Jordan that is part of the Abdul Hamid Shoman Foundation. This article investigates h...
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Ensuring access to theses in the Arab speaking world – University of Jordan initiatives Dina Tbaishat Library and Information Science, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan Abstract Purpose – This paper aims to examine some of the digitization projects at the library of the University of Jordan. As the library acts as the deposit centre for theses...
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Purpose Business process modelling has been given great attention due to its crucial role in developing computer-based systems that support (and automate) organizational processes. In information systems; building the right process architecture is vital, since a poor division of organizational processes can lead to complex designs or incoherent st...
Book
This new book takes a holistic view of information architecture to offer information professionals a vital critical analysis of library and information service architecture with discussion of methods, tools, techniques, and trends. The editors argue that library assessment literature has primarily dealt with performance measurement and change mana...
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Social Network Sites (SNSs) are becoming increasingly popular as means of communication. Much research has been carried out to investigate the use of SNSs in various contexts, such as education. Students are becoming more interested in incorporating social network sites into their academic lives to support learning. It is important to understand ho...
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Purpose – Pressures on various organizations to be more efficient and effective in their information management have led to increasing interest in the modelling of business processes, to help ensure that information systems actually support effective operations. Academic libraries have witnessed huge changes due to internal and external factors. Re...
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This paper investigates how academic librarians perceive the role of social networks in enhancing the professional skills of library staff, and how they can be used to promote library services. It is based on case study design in real organizational settings, which are two academic libraries in Jordan, namely the University of Jordan library and Al...
Conference Paper
Business process modelling has been given great attention due to its crucial role in developing computer-based systems that support (and automate) organizational processes. In information systems; building the right process architecture is vital, since a poor division of organizational processes can lead to complex designs or incoherent structure....
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine frameworks (such as scorecards) for ongoing library assessment and how business process modelling contributes in Part 3 of the series of viewpoint papers. Design/methodology/approach – Reviews the statistical data collection for strategic planning, and use of data analytics. Considers how to organi...
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Purpose – The paper's purpose is to examine the process for the acquisition of print and electronic periodicals acquisition process in academic libraries using a business process modelling technique, role activity diagram (RAD). Design/methodology/approach – A literature review examined process modelling in academic libraries. Multiple methods were...
Conference Paper
This paper investigates literature regarding the development of process models within the context of academic libraries. This is an on-going doctoral study and provides an indication of research-inprogress towards design of business models within the library environment. Brief historical analysis of operations research in this context and the devel...

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