"From Reading Rooms to Research Commons" Sheila Corrall, DARTS4 [REFERENCES]

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"From Reading Rooms to Research Commons" Sheila Corrall, DARTS4 [REFERENCES]

  1. 1. DARTS4   1   From  Reading  Rooms  to  Research  Commons?   Sheila  Corrall,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  USA     References   Beard,  C.,  &  Bawden,  D.  (2012).  University  libraries  and  the  postgraduate  student:  Physical   and  virtual  spaces.  New  Library  World,  113(9/10),  439-­‐447  doi:   10.1108/03074801211273911   Bent,  M.,  Gannon-­‐Leary,  P.,  &  Webb,  J.  (2007).  Information  literacy  in  a  researcher’s   learning  life:  Seven  ages  of  research.  New  Review  of  Information  Networking,  13(2),   81-­‐99.  doi:  10.1080/13614570801899983   Bourg,  C.,  Coleman,  R.,  &  Erway,  R.  (2009).  Support  for  the  research  process:  An  academic   library  manifesto.  Dublin,  OH:  OCLC  Research.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from     http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/publications/library/2009/2009-­‐07.pdf.   Bryson,  T.,  Posner,  M.,  St.  Pierre,  A.,  &  Varner,  S.  (2011).  Digital  humanities:  SPEC  Kit  326.   Washington,  DC:  Association  of  Research  Libraries.  Extracts  retrieved  April  30,  2014,   from  http://publications.arl.org/Digital-­‐Humanities-­‐SPEC-­‐Kit-­‐326/.   Carroll,  D.  (2011).  Fostering  a  community  of  scholars  at  the  University  of  Warwick:  The   Wolfson  Research  Exchange.  New  Review  of  Academic  Librarianship,  17(1),  78–95.   doi:  10.1080/13614533.2011.547820   Corrall,  S.    (2012).  Roles  and  responsibilities:  Libraries,  librarians  and  data.  In  G.  Pryor  (Ed.),   Managing  research  data  (pp.  105-­‐133).  London:  Facet.   Corrall,  S.,  &  Lester,  R.  (2013).  The  researcher’s  view:  Context  is  critical.  In  L.  Watson,  L.  (Ed.),   Better  library  and  learning  spaces:  Projects,  trends  and  ideas  (pp.  183-­‐192).  London:   Facet.   Corrall,  S.,  Kennan,  M.  A.,  &  Afzal,  W.  (2013).  Bibliometrics  and  research  data  management:   Emerging  trends  in  library  support  for  research.  Library  Trends,  61(3),  636-­‐674.  doi:   10.1353/lib.2013.0005.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from  http://d-­‐ scholarship.pitt.edu/18948/.     Fitzpatrick,  K.  (2010,  July  13).  Reporting  from  the  Digital  Humanities  2010  Conference  [Blog   post].  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/reporting-­‐from-­‐the-­‐digital-­‐humanities-­‐2010-­‐ conference/25473.   Freeman,  G.  T.  (2005).  The  library  as  place:  Changes  in  learning  patterns,  collections,   technology,  and  use  In  Library  as  place:  Rethinking  roles,  rethinking  space  (pp.  1-­‐9).   Washington,  DC:  Council  on  Library  and  Information  Resources.  Retrieved  April  30,   2014,  from  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub129/reports/pub129/pub129.pdf.   Gannon-­‐Leary,  P.,  Bent,  M.,  &  Webb,  J.  (2008).  A  destination  or  a  place  of  last  resort?  The   research  library  of  the  future,  its  users  and  its  librarians.  Library  and  Information   Research,  32(101),  3–14.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://www.lirgjournal.org.uk/lir/ojs/index.php/lir/article/view/65/112.   Housewright,  R.,  Schonfeld,  R.  C.,  &  Wulfson,  K.  (2013b).  Ithaka  S+R/JISC/RLUK  US  survey  of   academics  2012.  New  York:  Ithaka  S+R.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://sr.ithaka.org/research-­‐publications/ithaka-­‐sr-­‐jisc-­‐rluk-­‐uk-­‐survey-­‐academics-­‐ 2012.  
  2. 2. DARTS4   2   Jahnke,  L.  M.,  &  Asher,  A.  (2012).  The  problem  of  data:  Data  management  and  curation   practices  among  university  researchers.  In  L.  Jahnke,  A.  Asher  &  S.  D.  C.  Keralis,  The   problem  of  data  (pp.  3-­‐31).  Washington,  DC:  Council  on  Library  and  Information   Resources.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from  http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub154.   Mullins,  J.  L.,  Murray-­‐Rust,  C.,  Ogburn,  J.  L.,    Crow,  R.,  &  Ivins,  O.,  Mower,  A.,  .  .  .  Watkinson,   C.  (2012).  Library  publishing  services:  Strategies  for  success.  Washington,  DC:    SPARC.   Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from  http://wp.sparc.arl.org/lps/.   Schaffner,  J.,  &  Erway,  R.  (2014).  Does  every  research  library  need  a  digital  humanities   center?  Dublin,  OH:  OCLC  Research.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://oclc.org/research/publications/library/2014/oclcresearch-­‐digital-­‐humanities-­‐ center-­‐2014-­‐overview.html.   Tenopir,  C.,  Birch,  B.,  &  Allard,  S.  (2012).  Academic  libraries  and  research  data  services:   Current  practices  and  plans  for  the  future.  An  ACRL  White  Paper.  Chicago,  IL:   Association  of  College  &  Research  Libraries.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/publications/whitepapers/T enopir_Birch_Allard.pdf. Vaughan,  K.  T.  L.,  Hayes,  B.  E.,  Lerner,  R.  C.,  McElfresh,  K.  R.,  Pavlech,  L.,  Romito,  D.  et  al.   (2013).  Development  of  the  research  lifecycle  model  for  library  services.  Journal  of   the  Medical  Library  Association,  101(4),  310-­‐314.  doi:  10.3163/1536-­‐5050.101.4.013.   Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3794687/.     Waters,  D.  J.  (2013).  An  overview  of  the  digital  humanities.  Research  Library  Issues:  A  Report   from  ARL,  CNI,  and  SPARC,  284,  3-­‐11.  Retrieved  April  30,  2014,  from   http://publications.arl.org/rli284/.   Wood,  E.  J.,  Miller,  R.,  &  Knapp,  A.  (2007).  Beyond  survival:  Managing  academic  libraries  in   transition.  Westport,  CT:  Libraries  Unlimited.       UK  Examples   University  of  Durham:  Researchers’  Study  Area/PGR  Studyroom   https://www.dur.ac.uk/library/research/resstudy/   University  of  Exeter:  Research  Commons     http://as.exeter.ac.uk/library/librariesandcollections/exeter/researchcommons/   Queen  Mary  University  of  London:  Research  Reading  Room   http://www.library.qmul.ac.uk/news/Sept2011/ResearchReadingRoom   University  of  Sussex:  Research  Hive.  http://www.sussex.ac.uk/library/research/hive   University  of  Warwick:  Wolfson  Research  Exchange   http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/using/libspaces/researchexchange   University  of  York:  Research  Study,  Research  Lounge,  Research  Hotel   http://www.york.ac.uk/library/study/#tab-­‐5     US  Examples   Case  Western  Reserve  University:  Research  Commons   https://library.case.edu/ksl/aboutus/researchcommons/   Indiana  University  Bloomington:  The  Research  Commons  [concept]   http://www.indiana.edu/~libadmin/RC_Concept.pdf     Scholars’  Commons  http://www.libraries.iub.edu/index.php?pageId=530000412     Social  Science  Research  Commons  http://ssrc.indiana.edu/home/  
  3. 3. DARTS4   3   New  York  University,  Bobst  Library:  Research  Commons   http://nyu.libguides.com/researchcommons/   North  Carolina  State  University:  The  Hunt  Library  Story  [video]   http://youtu.be/Okr78MUrImI   Explore  Hunt  Library  Spaces  http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/huntlibrary/explorespaces   Explore  Hunt  Library  Technology  http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/huntlibrary/explorespaces   University  of  Washington:  Research  Commons   http://commons.lib.washington.edu  

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