Making visible the experience and activity in the research ecology at Lincoln University
Mapping the research content ecology at Lincoln University reveals the value that can be derived from creating synergies between research and intellectual endeavours, and the professional and social engagement that is part of the Lincoln Experience. Library, Teaching and Learning contributes to the research ecology by contextualising outputs, socialising areas of research, and linking the continuum of scholarly work. Research activity is curated using a selection of tools and repositories that support the ongoing growth of digital collections at Lincoln University, and allow harvesting by external services which highlight the research contribution to the global community.... [Show full abstract]
KeywordsLincoln Experience; Lincoln University Research Archive; community archive; research data; marketing social activity; promoting research; university planning; research content ecology; curating research activity
Fields of Research130103 Higher Education; 080707 Organisation of Information and Knowledge Resources
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CitationDawson, R. G. (2012). Making visible the experience and activity in the research ecology at Lincoln University. An invited address to colleagues at the Holmes Bay Retreat, Banks Peninsula, 12 November 2012.
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