ASIR: Advances in the Study of Information and Religion is an online, open access publication available on Open Access Kent State. It contains select papers from the annual Conference on Information and Religion, hosted by the Center for the Study of Information and Religion in the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.

NOTE: The Center was deactivated in 2016. Submissions are no longer being accepted for this publication.

Volume 1, Issue 1 (2011)

Articles

A Methodology for Studying the Information Seeking Behavior of Catholic Clergy

Accordance Bible Software in Reading and Teaching: The Difference a Digital Text Makes

Exploring the Mental Health Information Needs of Clergy

Historic Christianity and the Redevelopment of the 21st Century Academic Library

Information Processing in Bible Study Groups

Shamanic Knowledge: The Challenge to Information Science

The Denial of Relevance: Avoidance, Awakening, and Guidance

The Relationships Between Community Religious Beliefs and Community Level of Public Library Development in the United States: An Empirical Analysis

The Word and Words in Abrahamic Faiths

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