Date of this Version
- Abbasy, M. B., & Quesada, E. V. (2017). Predictable influence of IoT (Internet of Things) in the higher education. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, 7(12), 914-920.
- AlHogail, A. (2018). Improving IoT technology adoption through improving consumer trust. Technologies, 6(3), 1-17.
- Altaf, A., Abbas, H., Iqbal, F., & Derhab, A. (2019). Trust models of internet of smart things: A survey, open issues, and future directions. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 137, 93-111.
- Beier, G., Niehoff, S., & Xue, B. (2018). More Sustainability in Industry through Industrial Internet of Things?. Applied Sciences, 8(2), 1-12.
- Bradley, J., Tomlin, P., & Mathews, B. (2018). . Building Intelligent Infrastructures: Steps toward Designing IoT-Enabled Library Facilities. Library Technology Reports, 54(1), 23-27.
- Du, L., & Liu, T. (2014). Study on the development of smart library under Internet of Things. In Applied mechanics and materials (Vol. 529, pp. 716-720). Trans Tech Publications.
- Elkhodr, M., Shahrestani, S., & Cheung, H. (2016). Internet of Things applications: current and future development. In Innovative Research and Applications in Next-Generation High Performance Computing (pp. 397-427). IGI Global.
- Fleisch, E. (2010). What is the internet of things? An economic perspective. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 5(2), 125-157.
- Gupta, J., & Singh, R. (2018, February). Internet of Things (IoT) And Academic Libraries A User Friendly Facilitator For Patrons. In 2018 5th International Symposium on Emerging Trends and Technologies in Libraries and Information Services (ETTLIS) (pp. 71-74). IEEE.
- Hoy, M. B. (2015). The “Internet of Things”: What it is and what it means for libraries. Medical reference services quarterly, 34(3), 353-358.
- Hoy, M. B. (2016). Smart buildings: an introduction to the library of the future. Medical reference services quarterly, 35(3), 326-331.
- Ibarra-Esquer, J., González-Navarro, F., Flores-Rios, B., Burtseva, L., & Astorga-Vargas, M. (2017). Tracking the evolution of the internet of things concept across different application domains. Sensors, 17(6), 1- 24.
- Kim, J. H., Yoo, M., Lee, K. N., & Seo, H. (2017). The innovation of the internet: a semantic network analysis of the Internet of Things. Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, 25(1), 129-139.
- Kumar, J. S., & Patel, D. R. (2014). A survey on internet of things: Security and privacy issues. International Journal of Computer Applications, 90(11) 20- 26.
- Li, S., Da Xu, L., & Zhao, S. (2015). The internet of things: a survey. Information Systems Frontiers, 17(2), 243-259.
- Pessoa, C. R. M., Batista, C. L., & Marques, M. E. (2019). Internet of Things and Internet of All Things. In Handbook of Research on Expanding Business Opportunities With Information Systems and Analytics (pp. 186-203). IGI Global.
- Pujar, S. M., & Satyanarayana, K. V. (2015). Internet of Things and libraries. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 62(3), 186-190.
- Qin, J. (2018). The Research of the Library Services Based on Internet of Things. In 4th International Symposium on Social Science (ISSS 2018). Atlantis Press, 412-420.
- Sezer, O. B., Dogdu, E., & Ozbayoglu, A. M. (2017). Context-aware computing, learning, and big data in internet of things: a survey. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 5(1), 1-27.
- Van Deursen, A. J., & Mossberger, K. (2018). Any Thing for Anyone? A New Digital Divide in Internet‐of‐Things Skills. Policy & internet, 10(2), 122-140.
- Wang et al. (2015) conducted a survey focused on evolutionary process of Internet of Things (IoT) concept and bridged the gap found in evolution process of Internet of Things (IoT).
- Whitmore, A., Agarwal, A., & Da Xu, L. (2015). The Internet of Things—A survey of topics and trends. Information Systems Frontiers, 17(2), 261-274.
- Wójcik, M. (2016). Internet of Things–potential for libraries. Library Hi Tech, 34(2), 404-420.
- Xu, L. (2014). The Internet of Things technology application and the intelligent library. In Applied Mechanics and Materials(Vol. 571, pp. 1180-1183). Trans Tech Publications.
- Yan, Z., Zhang, P., & Vasilakos, A. V. (2014). A survey on trust management for Internet of Things. Journal of network and computer applications, 42 (1), 120-134.
In the present era, the Internet of Things (IoT) is considering a hot topic in all disciplines and spreading rapidly in different domains including library and information science sphere. Thus, the library and information science professionals are fascinating greatly towards the Internet of Things (IoT). This study aims to get perceptions of library and information science professional towards the Internet of Things (IoT). The results of the study revealed that most of library and information science professionals who participated in this survey belonged to academic libraries, working on librarian's designation, known (IoT) concept from online sources and from two years. "Not using this concept in their working places" found as the main reason to not aware of (IoT) concept. Further, results discovered that special training was required, Internet of Things (IoT) concept found useful, reason namely "able to integrate many things by one interface or device" noted as a main reason to use (IoT) concept and Internet of Things (IoT) concept will be sustained in library and information science domain in future. This study may be useful for getting insights of the library and information science professionals towards the Internet of Things (IoT) concept and for using it in the library and information science domain.