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Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:Erika J. Pozo:1Jane Ward:1Catherine Arnott-Smith:1
Scott Nicholson's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Tito Sierra:4R. David Lankes:4U. Yeliz Eseryel:2
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Publications by Scott Nicholson (bibliography)
Nicholson, Scott (2011): Connections for game education and research in the iSchools. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 725-727. Available online
There is a growing level of interest in games in the iSchools. Some schools are teaching courses focused on the creation of games, while others schools have researchers exploring game topics. In order to engage with game programs and researchers from outside the iSchools, it is important to understand the different areas of game education and research, and how concepts from information science can be used to advance game research.
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Nicholson, Scott and Arnott-Smith, Catherine (2007): Using lessons from health care to protect the privacy of library users: Guidelines for the de-identification of library data based on HIPAA. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 (8) pp. 1198-1206. Available online
Nicholson, Scott, Sierra, Tito, Eseryel, U. Yeliz, Park, Ji-Hong, Barkow, Philip, Pozo, Erika J. and Ward, Jane (2006): How much of it is real? Analysis of paid placement in Web search engine results. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57 (4) pp. 448-461. Available online
Nicholson, Scott and Lankes, R. David (2005): Creating the infrastructure for collaboration between digital reference services and researchers: the digital reference electronic warehouse (DREW) project. In: JCDL05: Proceedings of the 5th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2005. p. 394. Available online
The Digital Reference Electronic Warehouse (DREW) project is a collection of digital reference transactions from different services and different communication channels that live in a single space. Reference services work with DREW to submit transactions using the DREW schema, which is conceptually similar to the MARC record format for bibliographic materials. Researchers can then receive records from DREW to improve our knowledge of digital reference. These researchers then use the results of their research to create tools, reports, and models based on the DREW schema, and place those items into a management information system (MIS). The services can then access the MIS and apply those tools to their own archives. The result is that services can benefit directly and rapidly from research, and are then more likely to continue their involvement with the project. This infrastructure creates a collaborative space where researchers and practitioners can benefit from the work of each other and aid us in advancing the field of digital reference.
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Nicholson, Scott (2005): A framework for Internet archeology: Discovering use patterns in digital library and Web-based information resources. In First Monday, 10 (2) . Available online
Nicholson, Scott (2003): Book reviews: Models for library management, decision-making, and planning. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54 (4) pp. 359-360. Available online
Nicholson, Scott (2003): Bibliomining for automated collection development in a digital library setting: Using data mining to discover Web-based scholarly research works. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54 (12) pp. 1081-1090. Available online
Nicholson, Scott (2000): Raising reliability of web search tool research through replication and chaos theory. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 51 (8) pp. 724-729.
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