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Gosia Stergios

DigitalKoans » Blog Archive » Survey of Academic Attitudes to Open Access and... - 2 views

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    The Repositories Support Project has released the Survey of Academic Attitudes to Open Access and Institutional Repositories-An RSP and UKCoRR Initiative.
Gosia Stergios

PLoS ONE: Who Shares? Who Doesn't? Factors Associated with Openly Archiving Raw Researc... - 1 views

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    authors were most likely to share data if they had prior experience sharing or reusing data, if their study was published in an open access journal or a journal with a relatively strong data sharing policy, or if the study was funded by a large number of NIH grants. Authors of studies on cancer and human subjects were least likely to make their datasets available.
Garrett Eastman

Researchers of Tomorrow: A three year (BL/JISC) study tracking the research behaviour o... - 3 views

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    Excerpt: similarities and emerging differences between Generation Y and
    older students in six broad areas:
    * constraints on research;
    * ways of searching for research information;
    * research resources used;
    * using library collections and services;
    * using technology in research;
    * training and support to research.
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    JISC report explores assumptions about "Generation Y' and information-seeking behavior and facility with technology
Gosia Stergios

Research Trends - do scientists blog? (June 2010) - 2 views

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    According to Christina Pikas, a doctoral student at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies who performed a cluster analysis on science blogs, communities generally form within scientific disciplines.
Garrett Eastman

Digital Information Seekers: How Academic Libraries Can Support the Use of Digital Reso... - 4 views

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    Analysis of 12 UK/US studies on digital information usage
Gosia Stergios

Webinars on the Ithaka 2009 Faculty Study - Academic Library Learning Network - 0 views

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    Following last week's release of Ithaka S+R's Faculty Survey 2009 (http://bit.ly/aJP4pl), we are pleased to announce a series of webinars that will explore each of the major themes of

    this survey in depth. Each webinar will focus on an individual chapter of the
    full report, providing the opportunity for a targeted discussion of the
    findings of our study and their implications for libraries, publishers, and
    scholarly societies.
Garrett Eastman

Ithaka :: Faculty Survey 2009 - 1 views

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    This faculty survey (with a return rate of 8.6%) indicates library disintermediation, increasing comfort (of fac members) with e formats, and persistence in conservative attitudes towards publishing in scholarly journals
Garrett Eastman

Information-seeking behavior of basic science researchers: implications for library ser... - 0 views

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    Study at University of Vermont medical school, 2007-08
Gosia Stergios

Science 2.0: Social networks and online applications for scholars (online book 2009) - 0 views

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    Science 2.0: Social networks and online applications for scholars.
    Author: Lluís Codina
Gosia Stergios

Michael Nielsen » The Future of Science (June 2009) - 1 views

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    How can Internet benefit science? Is online science a myth? Examples of tools and technologies, "Science is an example par excellence of creative collaboration, yet scientific collaboration still takes place mainly via face-to-face meetings. With the exce
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