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Fri Mar 21 17:06:23 2014 UTClccn-n20080701350.00Communicating research in the digital age : RIN annual review ... /0.470.97Researchers' use of academic libraries and their services a report commissioned by the Research Information Network and the Consortium of Research Libraries162121194n 20080701357909808RINRIN Abkuerzunglccn-nr97022024Joint Information Systems Committeelccn-nr96026101Consortium of University Research Librarieslccn-n96102942Scottish Confederation of University and Research Librariesnc-british libraryBritish Librarylccn-nb2004304804Universities UKlccn-n81139951British Librarylccn-n50004330Nicholas, David1947-lccn-nr2004037280Society of College, National and University Librarieslccn-n50080549Standing Conference of National and University Librarieslccn-no2011037754CIBER (University College, London)Research Information Network (Organization)Library use studiesCase studiesHistoryGreat BritainElectronic journalsResearchUniversities and colleges--FacultyResearch--Study and teaching (Higher)Scholarly electronic publishingInformation servicesAcademic librariesDigital libraries--PlanningScholarly publishingData librariesLibraries--AutomationScottish Confederation of University and Research LibrariesPeer reviewOpen access publishingLibraries and electronic publishingScotlandAcquisition of electronic journalsWeb servicesOnline social networksWeb 2.0Information networksMachine-readable bibliographic dataCooperative catalogingInformation literacy--Study and teaching (Higher)Museums--Educational aspectsAcademic libraries--FinanceQuality controlQuality assuranceLibraries and scholarsFreedom of informationAcademic writing--EvaluationLife sciences--ResearchHumanities--Political aspectsHumanities--PhilosophyHumanities--Study and teaching (Higher)Learning and scholarshipHumanities--Data processingInformation storage and retrieval systems--HumanitiesHumanitiesResearch librariesInformation resourcesHumanities--ResearchLibrary research200320052006200720082009201020112916293070.5797Z286.O63143ocn470409586book20090.63Research Information Network (Organization)E-journals : their use, value and impactLibrary use studies143ocn712575570book20100.31E-only scholarly journals : overcoming the barriers131ocn761830486book20110.47Data centres : their use, value and impact122ocn681375405book20100.33One year on : evaluating the initial impact of the Scottish Higher Education Digital Library (SHEDL)121ocn399788070book20090.33Paying for open access publication charges : guidance for higher education and research institutions, publishers and authorsThe Research Information Network and Universities UK have produced a guide (March 2009) to provide advice on paying open access publication charges: that is, fees levied by some journals for the publication of scholarly articles so that they can be made available free of charge to readers, immediately upon publication. The guide also sets out recommendations for universities and other research institutions, publishers, research funders, and authors. Partly in response to the requirements of research funders for greater access to research outputs, open access journals have become a growing part of the scholarly publishing landscape over the past few years. But ways of paying publication fees have grown up haphazardly and are not standardised: fees are sometimes met from unallocated funds available to researchers from research grants or other sources, but sometimes have been met from researchers' own pockets. The group includes representatives from the library, publishing and research administrator communities, and they will be looking at the issues to be addressed in establishing coordinated and strategic approaches to the payment of publication fees and aim to provide practical guidance on the implementation of such an approach. (Website)122ocn769186093book20110.33Research Information Network (Organization)Information handling in collaborative research : an exploration of five case studies : a Research Information Network report102ocn437034732book20090.63Creating catalogues : bibliographic records in a networked world101ocn668993596book20100.47Research Information Network (Organization)If you build it, will they come? : how researchers perceive and use web 2.0101ocn711051669book20110.33E-journals : their use, value and impact : final reportLibrary use studies81ocn614563649book20030.47Research Information Network (Organization)Discovering physical objects : meeting researchers' needs : a Research Information Network report82ocn763370704book20110.23Research Information Network (Organization)The role of research supervisors in information literacy82ocn806487927book20110.47Heading for the open road : costs and benefits of transitions in scholarly communications82ocn664333006book20100.32Challenges for academic libraries in difficult economic times : a guide for senior institutional managers and policy makers73ocn234546108com20070.97Brown, SheridanResearchers' use of academic libraries and their services a report commissioned by the Research Information Network and the Consortium of Research LibrariesLibrary use studies71ocn773369724book20100.47Quality assurance and assessment of scholarly research : a guide for researchers, academic administrators and librarians62ocn780246953book20110.47CIBER (University College, London)Access to scholarly content : gaps and barriers : December 201162ocn593241736com20100.66Peer review a guide for researchersThis new guide provides researchers with an understanding of how peer review works, and highlights some of the issues surrounding the current debates about the peer review process. It looks at how effective peer review is in selecting the best research proposals, as well as in detecting misconduct and malpractice; at how fair the system is; and at the different levels of transparency involved in the process61ocn779425832book20100.47Peer review : a guide for researchers52ocn806487964book20090.81Patterns of information use and exchange : case studies of researchers in the life sciences : a report by the Research Information Network and the British LibraryCase studiesLibrary use studiesThis report by the RIN and the British Library provides a unique insight into how information is used by researchers across life sciences. Undertaken by the University of Edinburgh's Institute for the Study of Science, Technology and Innovation, and the UK Digital Curation Centre and the University of Edinburgh's Information Services, the report concludes that "one-size-fits-all" information and data sharing policies are not achieving scientiically productive and cost-effective information use in life sciences52ocn806487898book20110.73Research Information Network (Organization)Reinventing research? : information practices in the humanitiesHistoryCase studiesLibrary use studies31ocn774635104serial0.47Research Information Network (Organization)Annual reportPeriodicals31ocn773367153book20110.47Research Information Network (Organization)A new direction for the Research Information Network21ocn781684814serial0.47Research Information Network (Organization)RIN annual review ...Periodicals11ocn755065479serialResearch Information Network (Organization)Communicating research in the digital age : RIN annual review ...PeriodicalsFri Mar 21 16:11:36 EDT 2014batch13995