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Constituencies of Use: Representative Usage Scenarios in International Digital Library User Studies, a Case Study on Europeana
(Hanken School of Economics, 2010)
Digital libraries are still being developed independently of the extensive involvement of end users, those who form their constituencies of use. The traditional approach to digital library development is to consult with ...
Digital Natives and Specialised Digital Libraries: A Study of Europeana Users
The alignment of user needs with the technical capabilities of modern digital libraries is an area attracting the interest of researchers and practitioners. Europeana, conceived with the intention of offering a single ...
Does Urquhart’s Law Hold For Consortial Use of Electronic Journals?
This paper tests the validity of Urquhart’s Law (‘‘the inter-library loan demand for a periodical is as a rule a measure of its total use’’). It compares the use of print journals at the Turkish Academic Network and ...