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Noesis is a limited area search engine for open access, 

academic philosophy on the Internet.

 
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Additional Information

Beavers, Anthony F. Narrative from the Digital Humanities Fellowship Application. National Endowment for the Humanities (2007).

Suber, Peter. "Noesis: Is It a Library with Built-In Searching or a Search Engine with a Built-in Library?" Campus Technology (2002).

Giacobazzi, Frederic, "Noesis: Philosophical Research Online," Suite 101 (2001).

Giacobazzi, Frederic, "Hippias: Your First Resort for Internet Research in Philosophy," Suite 101 (2001).

Uzgalis, Bill. "Searching Phenomenology and Cyberspace: An Interview with Anthony Beavers," Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, American Philosophical Association, Volume 00.1 (2000).

Beavers, Anthony F. "Noesis: Philosophical Research On-Line: An Experiment in Progress," Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, American Philosophical Association, Volume 98.2 (1999).

Beavers, Anthony F. "Evaluating Search Engine Models for Scholarly Purposes: A Report from the Internet Applications Laboratory," D-Lib Magazine: The Magazine of Digital Library Research, The Corporation for National Research Initiatives, December (1998).

Richtel, Matt. "Screen Grab; Where to Check that Plato Quotation," The New York Times, March 5th, 1998.

Poynder, Richard. "Modern Tools for Ancient Historians," Information World Review, January 1st, 1997.

Two other mentions might be of interest: 1) "Argos: A Peer-reviewed Limited Area Search Engine for the Web," SDSCwire: The Newsletter of the San Diego Supercomputer Center, Volume 2.22 (1996). 2) "The Searcher," Wired Magazine, Volume 8.10, October (2000).

Conferences and Other Presentations

"Domain-Specific Search and the Encyclopedic Internet Vision," Network and Complex Systems Group, Indiana University, February 2008. (View Slides)

"Is Noesis Noetic and Why Does this Matter?" CNS Research Group, The University of Evansville, February 2008. (View Slides)

"The Noesis Model of Academic Publishing," Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2000.

"Noesis: From Search Engine/Index to Information Network," The 15th Annual Computing and Philosophy Conference, Carnegie Mellon University, August 2000.

"Noesis and the Electronic Dissemination of Professional Philosophy: Problems and Prospects," Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 2000.

Panel Discussion, "Philosophy on the Internet: Questions of Standards," Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 1999.

"Noesis: Philosophical Research On-Line," The 14th Annual Computing and Philosophy Conference, Carnegie Mellon University, August 1999.

"The Noesis Model: A Progressive Experiment for the Dissemination of Professional Philosophy," The 12th Triennial Conference of the International Association of University Presidents, Brussels, July 1999.

"Noesis: Philosophical Research On-Line," The 1999 Indiana Classics Conference, DePauw University, April 1999.

"The Fourth Tetralogy: An Online Exploration of Plato's Middle Dialogues" and "Philosophy on the Internet," the prototype for the Noesis search engine, The 13th Annual Computing and Philosophy Conference, 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, August 1998.

"Argos and Exploring Ancient World Cultures: How a Limited Area Search Engine Can Supplement Course-based Internet Resources," Technology Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, sponsored by the Indiana Partnership for Statewide Education, Purdue University, October 1997.

Open Access Information

Open Access News: News from the Open Access Movement

The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)


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