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Reinventing Research? Information Practices in the Humanites Information Professionals Workshop
 

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These slides are from a workshop for information professionals based on the RIN report on how humanities scholars use information sources. For the full report, please visit: ...

These slides are from a workshop for information professionals based on the RIN report on how humanities scholars use information sources. For the full report, please visit: http://www.rin.ac.uk/humanities-case-studies

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    Reinventing Research? Information Practices in the Humanites Information Professionals Workshop Reinventing Research? Information Practices in the Humanites Information Professionals Workshop Presentation Transcript

    • TITLE
      Reinventing research?
      Information practices in the humanities
      Eric T. Meyer & Monica Bulger, Oxford Internet Institute
    • The Case Studies
    • Browsing and Searching
      Libraries
      Journals
      Peers
    • Complexity Continuum
    • Complexity Continuum
    • Complexity Continuum
    • Peer support
      Technical support
      Recommendations
      Data linking
      Citation consistency for digital resources
      Reliable and sustainable structures
      Reward systems
      Professional endorsement of
      the value of digital strategies
    • TITLE
      Reinventing research?
      Information practices in the humanities
      Project partners