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10 FEBRUARY 2013

Inventory of research methods for librarianship and informatics

"This article defines and describes the rich variety of research designs found in librarianship and informatics practice. Familiarity with the range of methods and the ability to make distinctions between those specific methods can enable authors to label their research reports correctly. The author has compiled an inventory of methods from a variety of disciplines, but with attention to the relevant applications of a methodology to the field of librarianship. Each entry in the inventory includes a definition and description for the particular research method. Some entries include references to resource material and examples."

(Jonathan D. Eldredge, 2004, Journal of the Medical Library Association)

TAGS

2004academic researchanalysisaudit • autobiography • bibliomining • biographycase study • citation analysis • cohort design • comparative study • content analysisdata mining • definition and description • delphi method • descriptive survey • focus group • gap analysis • historyinformaticsinventory • inventory of methods • JMLA • Journal of the Medical Library Association • librarianship • library science • library studies • longitudinal studymeta-analysis • narrative review • participant observation • programme evaluation • randomised controlled trial • research designresearch methodresearch methodsresearch reports • summing up • systematic reviews • unobtrusive observation

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Simon Perkins
05 JUNE 2011

MOSAIC project: enabling UK HE library to take up Web2.0 opportunities

"MOSAIC is building on the findings and recommendations of the JISC TILE project, which investigated 'pain points' in UK HE library take up of Web2.0 opportunities, in particular relating to the 'context' of users (e.g. their course) and their related use of resources."

(JISC MOSAIC)

1). Mosaic data collection – A guide v01.pdf

2). Sharing Usage Data–Dave Pattern & Patrick Murray–John Talk with Talis

3). The JISC MOSAIC Project: Making Our Scholarly Activity Information Count, Final Report (January 2010)

TAGS

2009 • activity data • CC0 • Cloud of Data • common data schema • context of users • Creative Commons • Creative Commons CC0 • datadataset • Dave Pattern • David Kay • e-Framework • ERM system • Helen Harrop • higher educationinformation resourcesinnovationJISC • JISC TILE project • Joint Academic Coding System • Ken Chad • learning object download • libraryLibrary 2.0Library Management Systemslibrary science • local activity data • Making Our Shared Activity Information Count • Mark van Harmelen • modify • MOSAIC project • Open Data Commons PDDL • Open Data licence • Paul Miller • PDDL • promoting experimentation • reading lists • recommender • Resolver journal article access • resource discovery • scalability • Sero Consulting • service models • shareTalis AspireUK • UK HE library • universityUniversity of Huddersfielduser activity data • user activity driven services • VLE resource • Web 2.0

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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