Learn More
Purpose – 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 in five to ten years' time. The purpose is to investigate the impact of digital transition on the information behaviour(More)
This article reports on a large-scale survey of nearly two thousand faculty and students at one institution, University College London, and profiles their use and perceptions of e-books. The context for the study is an action research project, CIBER's SuperBook, that will further investigate the issues raised in this initial benchmarking survey using deep(More)
The article employs deep log analysis (DLA) techniques, a more sophisticated form of transaction log analysis, to demonstrate what usage data can disclose about information seeking behaviour of virtual scholars – academics, and researchers. DLA works with the raw server log data, not the processed, pre-defined and selective data provided by journal(More)
The British and their use of the Web for health information and advice: a survey David NicholasPaul HuntingtonBarrie GunterRichard WitheyChris Russell Article information: To cite this document: David NicholasPaul HuntingtonBarrie GunterRichard WitheyChris Russell, (2003),"The British and their use of the Web for health information and advice: a survey",(More)