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Digital Libraries, Personalisation, and Network Effects - Unpicking the Paradoxes [chapter]

Joy Palmer, Caroline Williams, Paul Walk, David Kay, Dean Rehberger, Bill Hart-Davidson
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Panel Description The focus of this panel presentation is on personalisation (including adaptive personalisation) and the constructions of 'digital societies' around digital libraries and collections.  ...  Webscale systems such as Google and Amazon can leverage network effects in astoundingly efficient ways, aggregating individual and group data to enhance search and adaptive personalisation functions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04346-8_37 fatcat:laylkkyuabborh2eo5ndsgfoom

ECDL 2009

Maria Cassella, Licia Calvi
2009 D-Lib Magazine  
The first conference panel was entitled "Digital libraries, personalisation, and network effects unpicking the paradoxes", and participants discussed the question: "Can libraries get data from users' behaviour  ...  FAST has been implemented into the DELOS Digital Libraries management system, the prototype of the new generation digital library developed by DELOS, the EC-funded Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries  ... 
doi:10.1045/november2009-calvi fatcat:esvde3fnrbgklevkt6swobbenm

Sexual health promotion for young people delivered via digital media: a scoping review

Julia Bailey, Sue Mann, Sonali Wayal, Rachael Hunter, Caroline Free, Charles Abraham, Elizabeth Murray
2015 Public Health Research  
successful implementation; research methods for digital intervention evaluation; and the future potential of sexual health promotion via digital media.DesignLiterature review of evidence on digital interventions  ...  for sexual health for young people, integrating the findings with the views of young people, parents and experts in digital media/sexual health.  ...  Evaluation paradox There is also an ‘evaluation paradox’; if participants know that there is doubt about the effectiveness of an intervention, this can lead to an underestimation of its effects and, hence  ... 
doi:10.3310/phr03130 fatcat:56qvk3unqnbs5jrkgzan63yn4u

Science 2.0 (change will happen….)

Jean-Claude Burgelman, David Osimo, Marc Bogdanowicz
2010 First Monday  
The mission of the IPTS is to provide customer-driven support to the EU policy-making process by researching science-based responses to policy challenges that have both a socio-economic and a scientific  ...  -Comba, V. 2004: "Trends in digital libraries and scholarly communication among European Academic Research Libraries" California Digital Libraries Discussion Group Report.  ...  In Gorman (2002): The Digital Factor in Information and Library Services: International Yearbook of Library and Information Management 2002-2003".  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v15i7.2961 fatcat:2s6bx2pldnftlmdyjrp3ggi7we

A journey into silence: students, stakeholders and the impact of a strategic governmental policy document in the UK

Sandra Sinfield, Debbie Holley, Tom Burns
2009 Social Responsibility Journal  
stakeholders at the margins who are silenced whilst the interests of those with institutional and economic power are given voice.  ...  As with society, all works have their margins -the incompleteness that reveals their birth and production ... ' What is important in the work is what it does not say ... what the work cannot say ... because  ...  personalised support and choice  Achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness, with online research, access to shared ideas and lesson plans, improved systems and processes … shared procurement and easier  ... 
doi:10.1108/17471110910995401 fatcat:ffqxtqneifhkdn7ew6ml4o22wa

Mapping the Future of Academic Libraries: A Report for SCONUL Mapping the Future of Academic Libraries A Report for SCONUL

Stephen Pinfield, Andrew Cox, Sophie Rutter, Stephen Pinfield, Andrew Cox, Sophie Rutter
2017 unpublished
Paradigm 9: The globalised library Libraries that work on a network level to solve problems such as digital preservation and shared services provision.  ...  then surfaced in various personalised ways using continually adapting algorithms operating at a network level (Priem 2013; Neylon 2013; Boulton 2017) .  ...  We have tried to reflect and engage with the views they expressed, but acknowledge that we, as authors, not they, are responsible for the views expressed in this report.  ... 
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Mapping the Future of Academic Libraries: A Report for SCONUL Mapping the Future of Academic Libraries A Report for SCONUL

Stephen Pinfield, Andrew Cox, Sophie Rutter, Stephen Pinfield, Andrew Cox, Sophie Rutter
2017 unpublished
Paradigm 9: The globalised library Libraries that work on a network level to solve problems such as digital preservation and shared services provision.  ...  then surfaced in various personalised ways using continually adapting algorithms operating at a network level (Priem 2013; Neylon 2013; Boulton 2017) .  ...  We have tried to reflect and engage with the views they expressed, but acknowledge that we, as authors, not they, are responsible for the views expressed in this report.  ... 
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A mixed-methods evaluation of transformational change in NHS North East

David J Hunter, Jonathan Erskine, Chris Hicks, Tom McGovern, Adrian Small, Ed Lugsden, Paula Whitty, Ian Nick Steen, Martin Eccles
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
effectiveness of care pathways for staff and patients.Main outcome measuresThe 'receptive contexts for change' framework was used to evaluate the transformational change process and its outcomes.Data  ...  and sustained; and an evaluation of the impact of the NETS on end users.DesignThe research comprised a longitudinal mixed-methods study conducted over 3.5 years.  ...  Valuable secretarial and administrative support was provided initially by Christine Jawad and more recently by Gill McGowan. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS NIHR Journals Library www.journalslibrary.nihr.ac.uk  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02470 fatcat:dqrlhrtapzclpppx5dlnz42j3i

Digital Behaviour Change Interventions to Break and Form Habits

Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Benjamin R. Cowan, Russell Beale
2018 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the reviewers for their constructive and insightful comments.  ...  Thank you to Robert J Hendley, Dr Rowanne Fleck and Diego Garaialde for their helpful comments.  ...  Ham constructs are denoted in the text with italics. 335 citations in the ACM Digital Library, 990 in Google Scholar on 22 March 2018 10 247 citations in the ACM Digital Library, 723 in Google  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196830 fatcat:2do772wmhzendgipvggnwyr7yu

Therapy interventions for children with neurodisabilities: a qualitative scoping study

Bryony Beresford, Susan Clarke, Jane Maddison
2018 Health Technology Assessment  
Among therapists, research on intervention effectiveness was (cautiously) welcomed. A number of methodological challenges were identified.  ...  Objectives The objectives were to (1) describe the current practice, approaches and schools of thought in relation to physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy for children with  ...  We would note at the outset that this is a complex topic area and some of the issues investigated were explored from two perspectives (e.g. describing current practice, and the challenges of researching  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta22030 pmid:29345224 fatcat:hpc4t4d2dfdkdgogptfr65cnmy

Using online patient feedback to improve NHS services: the INQUIRE multimethod study

John Powell, Helen Atherton, Veronika Williams, Fadhila Mazanderani, Farzana Dudhwala, Steve Woolgar, Anne-Marie Boylan, Joanna Fleming, Susan Kirkpatrick, Angela Martin, Michelle van Velthoven, Anya de Iongh (+3 others)
2019 Health Services and Delivery Research  
See the NIHR Journals Library website for further project information.  ...  of patients in providing online feedback to the NHS; and to examine the practices and processes of online patient feedback within NHS trusts.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS NIHR Journals Library www.journalslibrary.nihr.ac.uk  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr07380 fatcat:tk74incewjfundxuzi7j4podlu

Improving care for older people with long-term conditions and social care needs in Salford: the CLASSIC mixed-methods study, including RCT

Peter Bower, David Reeves, Matt Sutton, Karina Lovell, Amy Blakemore, Mark Hann, Kelly Howells, Rachel Meacock, Luke Munford, Maria Panagioti, Beth Parkinson, Lisa Riste (+14 others)
2018 Health Services and Delivery Research  
See the NIHR Journals Library website for further project information.  ...  We report an evaluation of the ability of the SICP to deliver an enhanced experience of care, improved quality of life, reduced costs of care and improved cost-effectiveness.  ...  Mark Hann designed and delivered the cohort and was involved in the effectiveness analyses of outcome 2.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr06310 fatcat:xnunyq37vvfrhgvztr4lumccbq

The opportunities and challenges of pragmatic point-of-care randomised trials using routinely collected electronic records: evaluations of two exemplar trials

Tjeerd-Pieter van Staa, Lisa Dyson, Gerard McCann, Shivani Padmanabhan, Rabah Belatri, Ben Goldacre, Jackie Cassell, Munir Pirmohamed, David Torgerson, Sarah Ronaldson, Joy Adamson, Adel Taweel (+8 others)
2014 Health Technology Assessment  
See the NIHR Journals Library website for further project information.  ...  Pragmatic trials compare the effects of different decisions in usual clinical practice.  ...  involved in the drafting of the manuscript or revising it critically for important intellectual content and all authors approved the final version to be published.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta18430 pmid:25011568 pmcid:PMC4781625 fatcat:4ldvzbaw3nfyvdtf5i4h2mjxby

Visualizing the York Minster as Papercraft

Alyssa Loyless
2019 Epoiesen A Journal for Creative Engagement in History and Archaeology  
Shawn Graham, who thought of ways for me to measure the comparative influence of the publications, before I realised just how one-directional the flow of information and opinion was.  ...  Acknowledgements We are extremely grateful to Doug Rocks-Macqueen, Sara Perry and Chris Webster for valuable comments on pre-publication drafts of this chapter.  ...  information through the library or internet.  ... 
doi:10.22215/epoiesen/2019.3 fatcat:5znpc45pg5fdle2h7et2gxnjua

Preventing domestic abuse for children and young people (PEACH): a mixed knowledge scoping review

Nicky Stanley, Jane Ellis, Nicola Farrelly, Sandra Hollinghurst, Sue Bailey, Soo Downe
2015 Public Health Research  
Few studies showed an effect at the level of significance set for the review. Where it did exist, the effect size was small, except in respect of improved knowledge.  ...  , gay, bisexual and transgender young people.LimitationsVery little evidence was identified on costs and cost-effectiveness.  ...  We are especially grateful for the assistance of our partners, Women's Aid and the PSHE Association.  ... 
doi:10.3310/phr03070 fatcat:rdwb7gnmvzh5bjofw5qoa2enre
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