Browsing Library Services - Cranfield University by Publication Date

Browsing Library Services - Cranfield University by Publication Date

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  • Bevan, Simon J.; Nieminen, Satu; Hunn, Ruth A.; Sweet, Michelle (United Kingdom Serials Group, 2003-09-30)
    This article describes the introduction and management of e-journals at Cranfield University and considers the training and education issues related to this implementation
  • Town, J. Stephen (Emerald, 2004)
    Purpose: To provide a critique, some sources of data, and a broader conception for informing development of e-measures frameworks for use in academic library services. Approach: Suggests that the broader context for ...
  • Bevan, Simon J.; Jones, Louise (2004-04-29)
    This is a report from three workshops run jointly by Simon Bevan (Cranfield University) and Louise Jones (University of Leicester).
  • Harrington, John (2004-05-24)
    The new ‘Open Access’ model of scholarly communication exploits both the internet and new publishing technologies to free up research literature to the benefit of authors, readers, students, libraries, funding bodies, and ...
  • Swan, Alma; Needham, Paul A. S.; Probets, Steve; Muir, Adrienne; Oppenheim, Charles; O'Brien, Ann; Hardy, Rachel; Rowland, Fytton; Brown, Sheridan (Alpsp Publications Centre, 2005-01-12)
    A study carried out for the UK Joint Information Systems Committee examined models for the provision of access to material in institutional and subject- based archives and in open access journals. Their relative merits ...
  • Bevan, Simon J. (Emerald, 2005-06)
    Abstract: Purpose – To describe the issues involved in the introduction of mandatory submission of electronic theses at Cranfield University. Design/methodology/approach – Background information on how the availability ...
  • Lock, Selena A.; Town, J. Stephen (SCONUL, 2005-09)
    This article gives an overview of the SCONUL LibQUAL + participation, presents some of the overall results of the 2003-5 SCONUL cohorts, and describes some feedback from participants and the lessons learnt from the process.
  • Wilson, Frankie; Town, J. Stephen (Emerald Group Publishing, 2005-10-26)
    It remains unresolved from the literature whether benchmarking is a useful and appropriate tool for the library and information services sector. The aim of this research was to gather evidence to establish whether benchmarking ...
  • Hunn, Ruth A.; Elliott, Amanda C.; Town, J. Stephen (2005-10-26)
    This paper reports the process and findings of a benchmarking exercise conducted on 10 online information literacy tutorials from around the English speaking World. The benchmarking exercise comprised site visits and the ...
  • Lock, Selena A.; Town, J. Stephen (2005-10-26)
    This paper discusses the use of the LibQUAL+ library survey instrument and its ability to define an agenda for further improvements in a setting where quality maturity is high and library performance tends to be generally ...
  • Town, J. Stephen; Lock, Selena A. (2005-10-26)
    This paper reports on the SCONUL participation in the use of the LibQUAL+ survey methodology from 2003 to 2005. It discusses the history of performance measurement in the UK over the past decade and sets LibQUAL+ in the ...
  • Hormia-Poutanen, Kristiina; Xenidou-Dervou, Claudine; Kupryte, Rima; Stange, Kari; Kuznetsov, Alexander; Woodward, Hazel (University of Illinois, 2006)
    This article describes and discusses consortia models in Europe. Emphasis is given to those consortia that support content provision and access to electronic information resources in society. Four country cases are ...
  • Lock, Selena A. (2006-01-09)
    In order to provide services that the users desire you must first evaluate exactly what users (and potential users) want from the library. This paper discusses how Cranfield University set out to do this in order to shape ...
  • Woodward, Hazel (Igitur, Utrecht Publishing & Archiving Services, 2007)
    This paper outlines the recent work of the UK’s Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) in the area of e-books. The JISC Collections Team is responsible for negotiating deals with publishers and aggregators of e-content ...
  • Watson, Sarah (United Kingdom Serials Group (UKSG), 2007-11)
    This article reports the findings of an author study at Cranfield University. The study investigated authors' publishing behaviours, attitudes, concerns, and their awareness and use of their institutional repository (IR), ...
  • Shepherd, Peter T.; Needham, Paul A. S. (2009-01)
    The aim of PIRUS (Publisher and Institutional Repository Usage Statistics) was to develop COUNTER-compliant standards and usage reports at the individual article level that can be implemented by any entity (publisher, ...
  • Harrington, John; Betts-Gray, Mary (Cranfield University, 2009-03-31)
    The project set out to explore cultural barriers which constrain the engagement of research communities at two different institutions with their respective Institutional Repositories (IRs). Broadly the goals of the project ...
  • Shepherd, Peter T.; Woodward, Hazel (United Kingdom Serials Group, 2009-11)
    Release 1 of the COUNTER Code of Practice for Books and Reference Works was published in 2006 and provides an international standard for vendor recording and reporting of the usage of e-books and reference works. By July ...
  • Lock, Selena A. (2011-04-21)
    Following from the success of the 2003 LibQUAL+ UK Pilot, SCONUL's Advisory Committee on Performance Improvement (ACPI) are coordinating a consortium of SCONUL libraries in LibQUAL+ 2004. LibQUAL+ is a World Wide Web ...
  • Lock, Selena A.; Town, J. Stephen (2011-04-21)
    Presents an overview of the SCONUL LibQUAL+ participation, reports some of the overall results of the 2003-2005 SCONUL cohorts, and describes some feedback from participants and the lessons learnt from the process. The ...

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