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The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future
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This article is an edited version of a report commissioned by the British Library and JISC to identify how the specialist researchers of the future (those born after 1993) are likely to access and interact with digital resources. Expand
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Social media use in the research workflow
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The paper reports on a major international questionnaire survey that investigated the use of social media in the research workflow. Expand
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What do faculty and students really think about e-books?
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A large-scale survey that was carried Out to assess academic users' awareness, perceptions and existing levels of use of e-books. Expand
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Disaggregating categories of electrical energy end-use from whole-house hourly data
Abstract The residential sector uses nearly 30% of all electricity in Canada, and, it is important to know how this energy is being used, so that savings may be identified and realised. We propose aExpand
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UK scholarly e-book usage: a landmark survey
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The UK National E‐Books Observatory study is a benchmarking survey of e‐book usage and perceptions in more than 120 participating universities. Expand
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Ozone Discourses. Science and Politics in Global Environmental Cooperation.@@@The Politics of Global Atmospheric Change.
How can scientific knowledge be translated into political change? Ozone Discourse examines the first global environment treaty, the Montreal Protocol and its subsequent revisions, which was a highlyExpand
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Scholarly e-books: the views of 16, 000 academics: Results from the JISC National E-Book Observatory
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This paper provides an analysis of two open‐ended questions about e‐books, contained in a UK national survey conducted between 18 January and 1 March 2008. Expand
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Journal diffusion factors: a new approach to measuring research influence
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The journal diffusion factor describes a neglected dynamic of citation reception and is intended as a complementary partial indicator for research evaluation purposes, to be read alongside existing well‐established indicators. Expand
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Patterns of author cocitation in information policy: Evidence of social, collaborative and cognitive structure
  • I. Rowlands
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 1 March 1999
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This paper presents the findings of an author cocitation study in the field of information policy. Expand
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