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The project has two main research methods: data analyses and expert workshops.

DATA ANALYSES
There are three data sets the project collects and utilizes for analyses: in-depth interviews, online surveys, and web log analysis.
 

Interview

»  Methodology
»  Initial findings
»  More ethnographic analyses
         » Reflections on Branding and E-Journals
         » Core Scholarly Information Tasks and
               E-Journal Features: Expanded Discussion

Surveys

Methodology:
»  First survey
»  Second survey
»  Follow-up survey

Questionnaires and Findings:

      First Survey:
   »  Questionnaire
   »  Graphs and descriptive statistics
   »  Highlights
   »  Full report

      Second Survey:
   »  Questionnaire
   »  Graphs and descriptive statistics
   »  Highlights
   »  Full report

      Follow-up Survey:
   »  Questionnaire
   »  Graphs and descriptive statistics
   »  Highlights
   »  Full report

Log Data Mining
»  More about methodology
»  Final Log Data Report



EXPERT WORKSHOPS
     » More about workshops




Last updated: 10-25-02



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