Browsing by Author "Vanderschantz, Nicholas"

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  • A log analysis study of 10 years of ebook consumption in academic library collections

    Littlewood, Haley; Hinze, Annika; Vanderschantz, Nicholas; Timpany, Claire; Cunningham, Sally Jo (Springer, 2014)
    Even though libraries have been offering eBooks for more than a decade, very little is known about eBook access and consumption in academic library collections. This paper addresses this gap with a log analysis study of ...
  • Action partnership research design: A new research methodology

    Nesset, Valerie; Vanderschantz, Nicholas; Stewart-Robertson, Owen; Davis, Elisabeth C. (2022)
    Despite suggestions within LIS literature that users are active stakeholders in research, particularly in such areas as participatory design, examination of the findings indicates that this is not always the case. This is ...
  • Analysing interaction in children's digital books

    Vanderschantz, Nicholas; Timpany, Claire (Common Ground Publishing, 2012)
    Pedagogical practices in formal educational settings, together with the nature of communication technologies in a variety of digital media, mean that children will encounter screen-based learning opportunities in both ...
  • An AR memory app based on Māori mnemonic aids

    Taia, Ivy; Hinze, Annika; Vanderschantz, Nicholas (BCS Learning and Development Ltd, 2018)
    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a world-wide “silent epidemic” causing a variety of memory issues for those affected. Although several software approaches aim to aid memory recollection, they are inadequate for many TBI ...
  • Book selection behavior in the physical library: implications for ebook collections

    Hinze, Annika; McKay, Dana; Vanderschantz, Nicholas; Timpany, Claire; Cunningham, Sally Jo (ACM, 2012)
    Little is known about how readers select books, whether they be print books or ebooks. In this paper we present a study of how people select physical books from academic library shelves. We use the insights gained into ...

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