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This is an interesting question and one that early career researchers commonly ask. You’ve worked long and hard on your PhD thesis and achieved your doctorate. Congratulations! Your thesis is deposited in your institution’s open access repository...
This report is the final summary of a three-year evaluation of Jisc Collections offset agreements. The work has been sponsored by Jisc as part of the Jisc Collections Studentship Award at Birkbeck, University of London.
stuart lawsongood morning! I've published a summary report analysing three years of offsetting agreements in the UK
Narrative inquiry, a phenomenological qualitative research methodology, examines individual human experiences—stories. Yet, researchers in Library and information science (LIS)—a human-focused profession—have infrequently used it. This article...
stuart lawsonthis preprint by Emily Ford, "Tell Me Your Story: Narrative Inquiry in LIS research", describes the method used in some research i've been taking part in