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“Shifts in Scholarly Attention Among World Regions” presentation by Dr. Charles Kurzman now available

“Dr. Charles Kurzman, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presented “Shifts in Scholarly Communications Among World Regions” at the OCLC Research Briefing at UNC Chapel Hill on 7 June 2013. At this event, Dr. Kurzman presented his research on changing academic attention to world regions over the past 50 years, “attention” as measured by analyzing works published about each region of the world and collected in U.S. academic libraries for each year of publication since 1958.  The patterns that emerge from this research will help to inform social scientists and educational policymakers about trends and possible gaps in scholarly attention to different regions of the world.” (via OCLC)

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Lynn Silipigni Connaway’s “Why Google?” OCLC Research Briefing at UNC Chapel Hill presentation now available

“Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway presented Why Google?: “…[Google] saved time, it saved gas, I got what I needed, and it wasn’t a big deal.” at the OCLC Research Briefing at UNC Chapel Hill on 7 June 2013. During this presentation, she discussed results of multiple user behavior studies and recommendations for promoting user engagement with library services, sources, and systems.” (via OCLC)

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