Information-seeking behaviour of physicists and astronomers

@article{HamidRJamali2008InformationseekingBO,
  title={Information-seeking behaviour of physicists and astronomers},
  author={M. R. Jamali HamidR.Jamali and David Nicholas},
  journal={Aslib Proceedings},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={444-462}
}
Purpose – The study aims to examines two aspects of information seeking behaviour of physicists and astronomers including methods applied for keeping up-to-date and methods used for finding articles. The relationship between academic status and research field of users with their information seeking behaviour was investigated. Design/methodology/approach – Data were gathered using a questionnaire survey of PhD students and staff of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University College… CONTINUE READING
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