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Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions
Large scale programs, such as the NSF-sponsored DataNET will both bring attention and resources to the issue and make it easier for scientists to apply sound data management principles.
Use and Users of Electronic Library Resources: An Overview and Analysis of Recent Research Studies
  • C. Tenopir
  • Computer Science, Education
  • 1 August 2003
she is working on a master's degree in the School of Information Science at the University of Tennessee and she plans to become a school media specialist.
The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future
It is claimed that although young people demonstrate an apparent ease and familiarity with computers, they rely heavily on search engines, view rather than view, and much of the impact of ICTs on the young has been overestimated.
Changes in Data Sharing and Data Reuse Practices and Perceptions among Scientists Worldwide
Results point to increased acceptance of and willingness to engage in data sharing, as well as an increase in actual data sharing behaviors, while an examination of subject disciplines shows that the constraints and enablers of data sharing and reuse manifest differently across disciplines.
Electronic Journals and Changes in Scholarly Article Seeking and Reading Patterns
The paper finds that the average number of readings per year per science faculty member continues to increase, while the average time spent per reading is decreasing, and electronic articles now account for the majority of readings.
Communication Patterns of Engineers
This chapter discusses communication models used in an Engineers' Communication Framework, which was developed as part of the NASA/DOD Aerospace Knowledge Diffusion Research Project.
Peer review: still king in the digital age
The study shows that peer review is still the most trustworthy characteristic of all when it comes to scholarly reading, citing, and publishing, and it is shown that young researchers are much less concerned with the fact that it is peer reviewed.