[Air-L] etnography on virtual community of researchers
eric.meyer at oii.ox.ac.uk
Tue Oct 27 02:35:19 PDT 2009
You might want to look at a recent project we did looking at various aspects
of digitized historical resources and how they are being used:
The report for the project is on the website, as well as a lot of
information about the methods we used to assess impact of these resources.
The survey we used is on the site as well
rces) and may give you some ideas of things to include in your survey.
Eric T. Meyer, Ph.D.
Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
e-mail: eric.meyer at oii.ox.ac.uk
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of FEDERICO MONACO
Sent: 27 October 2009 09:08 AM
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Subject: [Air-L] etnography on virtual community of researchers
I'm designing a survey and an etnography research on how historians of
Roman Law are getting into digital networks and how they might benefit
of this infrastructural improvement based mainly on Genex Framework
for their daily practices. Does anyone know about past researches, or
is any of you working on similar subjects of communities turning from
CD ROMs or paper to digital networks such as VLEs or Digital
Thanks for reading.
Federico Monaco PhD
Department of Social, Historical & Political Studies
University of Parma
Borgo Carissimi, 10 43100 Parma Italy
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