Paul Huntington

According to our database1, Paul Huntington authored at least 68 papers between 1999 and 2010.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2010
Diversity in the e-journal use and information-seeking behaviour of UK researchers.
Journal of Documentation, 2010

2009
Student digital information-seeking behaviour in context.
Journal of Documentation, 2009

2008
Library and information resources and users of digital resources in the humanities.
Program, 2008

If You Build It Will They Come? The LAIRAH Study: Quantifying the Use of Online Resources in the Arts and Humanities through Statistical Analysis of User Log Data.
LLC, 2008

The master builders: LAIRAH research on good practice in the construction of digital humanities projects.
LLC, 2008

Web robot detection in the scholarly information environment.
J. Inf. Sci., 2008

Website usage metrics: A re-assessment of session data.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2008

User diversity: as demonstrated by deep log analysis.
The Electronic Library, 2008

The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future.
Aslib Proceedings, 2008

UK scholarly e-book usage: a landmark survey.
Aslib Proceedings, 2008

Viewing and reading behaviour in a virtual environment: The full-text download and what can be read into it.
Aslib Proceedings, 2008

2007
The impact of open access publishing (and other access initiatives) on use and users of digital scholarly journals.
Learned Publishing, 2007

Site navigation and its impact on the content viewed by the virtual scholar: a deep log analysis.
J. Inf. Sci., 2007

Employing log metrics to evaluate search behaviour and success: case study BBC search engine.
J. Inf. Sci., 2007

Open access in context: a user study.
Journal of Documentation, 2007

Characterising and evaluating information seeking behaviour in a digital environment: Spotlight on the 'bouncer'.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2007

What do faculty and students really think about e-books?
Aslib Proceedings, 2007

Health information for the consumer: NHS vs the BBC.
Aslib Proceedings, 2007

Evaluating Digital Humanities Resources: The LAIRAH Project Checklist and the Internet Shakespeare Editions Project.
Proceedings of the Openness in Digital Publishing: Awareness, Discovery and Access - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Vienna, 2007

2006
Ideas on creating a consumer market for scholarly journals.
Learned Publishing, 2006

Obtaining subject data from log files using deep log analysis: case study OhioLINK.
J. Inf. Sci., 2006

What deep log analysis tells us about the impact of big deals: case study OhioLINK.
Journal of Documentation, 2006

Article decay in the digital environment: An analysis of usage of OhioLINK by date of publication, employing deep log methods.
JASIST, 2006

The information seeking behaviour of the users of digital scholarly journals.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2006

Engaging with scholarly digital libraries (publisher platforms): The extent to which 'added-value' functions are used.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2006

Improving the relevance of web menus using search logs: a BBCi case study.
Aslib Proceedings, 2006

2005
In their very own words: authors and scholarly journal publishing.
Learned Publishing, 2005

The Big Deal - ten years on.
Learned Publishing, 2005

Scholarly journal usage: the results of deep log analysis.
Journal of Documentation, 2005

Open access journal publishing: the views of some of the world's senior authors.
Journal of Documentation, 2005

Revisiting 'obsolescence' and journal article 'decay' through usage data: an analysis of digital journal use by year of publication.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2005

The use and users of scholarly e-journals: a review of log analysis studies.
Aslib Proceedings, 2005

2004
Scholarly communication in the digital environment: what do authors want?
Learned Publishing, 2004

Re-appraising information seeking behaviour in a digital environment: Bouncers, checkers, returnees and the like.
Journal of Documentation, 2004

The general public's use of (and attitudes towards) interactive, personal digital health information and advisory services.
Journal of Documentation, 2004

The characteristics of users and non-users of a kiosk information system.
Aslib Proceedings, 2004

Consumer trust in health information on the web.
Aslib Proceedings, 2004

2003
An Evaluation of the Health Applications (and Implications) of Digital Interactive Television: Case Study of the Livinghealth Channel.
J. Inf. Sci., 2003

Assessing used content across five digital health information services using transaction log files.
J. Inf. Sci., 2003

Micro-Mining and Segmented Log File Analysis: A Method for Enriching the Data Yield from Internet Log Files.
J. Inf. Sci., 2003

Broadband nursing: A multi-method evaluation of a one-way video-conferencing health information and advice service: "InVision".
Journal of Documentation, 2003

"Search disclosure": Understanding digital information platform preference and location in a health environment.
Journal of Documentation, 2003

Three years of digital consumer health information: a longitudinal study of the touch screen health kiosk.
Inf. Process. Manage., 2003

Health information on the Internet: a qualitative study of NHS Direct Online users.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Home electronic health information for the consumer: user evaluation of a DiTV video-on-demand service.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

First steps towards providing the UK with health care information and advice via their television sets: an evaluation of four Department of Health sponsored pilot services.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Digital journals, Big Deals and online searching behaviour: a pilot study.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

The British and their use of the Web for health information and advice: a survey.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Digital information consumers, players and purchasers: information seeking behaviour in the new digital interactive environment.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Characterising and profiling health Web user and site types: going beyond "hits".
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Comparing the use of two DiTV transmission services: same service, different outcomes.
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

Digital interactive television: health information platform of the future?
Aslib Proceedings, 2003

2002
NHS Direct Online: its users and their concerns.
J. Inf. Sci., 2002

Evaluating metrics for comparing the use of web sites: a case study of two consumer health web sites.
J. Inf. Sci., 2002

The impact of location on the use of information systems: Case study - health information kiosks.
Journal of Documentation, 2002

Doc.com: reviewing the literature on remote health information provision.
Aslib Proceedings, 2002

Accessibility and usability of a digital TV health information database.
Aslib Proceedings, 2002

Digital visibility: menu prominence and its impact on use. Case study: the NHS Direct Digital channel on Kingston Interactive Television.
Aslib Proceedings, 2002

An evaluation of the use of NHS touch-screen health kiosks: a national study.
Aslib Proceedings, 2002

Online versus offline research: implications for evaluating digital media.
Aslib Proceedings, 2002

2001
Bibliographical information on books: a survey of provision and use in academic and public libraries.
JOLIS, 2001

Digital health information provision and health outcomes.
J. Inf. Sci., 2001

Establishing metrics for the evaluation of touch screen kiosks.
J. Inf. Sci., 2001

Mildly irritating: a WAP usability study.
Aslib Proceedings, 2001

Health kiosk use: a national comparative study.
Aslib Proceedings, 2001

2000
Evaluating consumer website logs: a case study of The Times/The Sunday Times website.
J. Inf. Sci., 2000

1999
Cracking the code: web log analysis.
Online Information Review, 1999

Developing and testing methods to determine the use of web sites: case study newspapers.
Aslib Proceedings, 1999


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