Reinventing research? Information practices in the humanities
This new report is the second in a series of case studies to provide a detailed analysis of how researchers discover, use, create and manage their information resources.
This project focuses on the behaviours and needs of researchers working in a number of subject or disciplinary areas in the humanities.
The aim of RIN case studies was to: develop an in-depth understanding of humanities researchers’ approaches to information resources, provide comparisons of researchers in different subjects/disciplines, and identify barriers to more effective performance.
The report is available to download on the main project page.