School of Information Sciences

Increasing Effective Student
Use of the Scientific Journal Literature

A project of the NSF National Science Digital Library (NSDL) Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Education Digital Library

Program Solicitation 01-55, Services Track, Award NSF DUE-0121575

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Presentations and Reports

Phase 1 Final Report - Volume 1 - 1.14 MB PDF

Phase 1 Final Report - Volume 2 - 988 KB PDF

Phase 2 Final Report - Volume 1 - 1.6 MB PDF

Phase 2 Final Report - Volume 2 - 6.8 MB PDF

Phase 3 Final Report - 94 KB PDF

Use of Electronic Science Journals in the Undergraduate Curriculum: An Observational Study
Accepted for presentation, ASIST 2004 Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island
Paper - 259 KB PDF

October 21, 2003 - Undergraduate Science Students and Electronic Scholarly Journals,
ASIST Annual Meeting, Long Beach,California
Powerpoint - 121 KB        Paper - 229 KB PDF

April 16,2003 - School of Information Sciences Research Forum
Presentation - Dr. Carol Tenopir - Powerpoint - 539 KB

April 16,2003 - School of Information Sciences Research Forum
Presentation - Dr. Richard Pollard - PDF - 663 KB

April 16,2003 - School of Information Sciences Research Forum
Presentation - Dr. Peiling Wang - Powerpoint - 36 KB

Archived NSF Draft Report - 2002

December 2002 - All Projects Meeting - Powerpoint Version 1 - 992 KB

December 2002 - All Projects Meeting - Powerpoint Version 2 - 1.09 MB

October 2001 - Project Powerpoint

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Dr. Carol Tenopir     School of Information Sciences     College of Communication and Information     University of Tennessee
1345 Circle Park Drive, Room 451      University of Tennessee     Knoxville, TN 37996-0341     (865) 974-7911     ctenopir@utk.edu