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This report uses six case studies to understand how researchers in the humanities ﬁnd, access, use and share information. Centred around users of a resource, members of a department or participants within a research ﬁeld, each case presents several viewpoints on the changing nature of research.
It is clear that new information behaviours are developing. Researchers make increasing use of digital resources, and are collaborating in more open conﬁgurations. However, some challenges remain, and researchers are not always able to make the most of the new tools that are available to them.