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When Numbers Alone Are Not Enough: Applications of Qualitative Methodologies
(Canadian Library Association, 2007)
Grey Literature in the Life of GESAMP, an International Marine Scientific Advisory Body
GESAMP (Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection), an international marine scientific advisory group sponsored by several UN bodies, has published significant reports on marine ...
Using GIS for Spatial and Temporal Analysis in Print Culture Studies: Some Opportunities and Challenges
(Duke University Press, 2000)
Examines the issues involved in employing a viewpoint that geography impacts research. Idea in the history of print culture; Interest in the study of print culture; Use of quantitative data by historians of print culture; ...
Understanding the Net neutrality debate: Listening to stakeholders
The Internet is increasingly seen as integral to economic progress and prosperity. Yet how the Internet will be managed as it grows and diversifies remains a hotly contested topic, as the debate on net neutrality demonstrates. ...
Geographic Information Systems: a New Research Method for Book History
Discusses the possibilities for using geographic information systems (GIS) in book history research. Developed in Canada during the 1960's, GIS provides a means of storing and analyzing spatial data from many different ...
HGIS of Print Culture in Canada
Reports on a study funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada that has been exploring ways to visualize and understand the development of print culture in Canada during the 18th-19th centuries. ...
Tracking the Influence of Grey Literature in Public Policy Contexts: The Necessity and Benefits of Interdisciplinary Research
No abstract available.
Convergence in information studies (archival studies, librarianship, and records management): implications for educational programs
No abstract available.
Communicating environmental information to the stakeholders in coastal and marine policy-making: Case studies from Nova Scotia and the Gulf of Maine/Bay of Fundy region
Abstract: This study examined the awareness of, use by, and influence on stakeholders in coastal and marine policy-making in Eastern Canada and the United States of environmental publications produced by government agencies. ...
Assessing the Diffusion and Impact of Grey Literature Published by International Intergovernmental Scientific Groups: The Case of the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment
Although many governmental and intergovernmental organizations publish vast quantities of grey literature, the importance of the diffusion and impact of this literature are rarely studied. Evidence from an investigation ...