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Short form (as referenced in Tables)QuestionAnswer choices
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Q 14: When you are doing scholarly research online, which of the functions below would you like to see in your ideal research tool?• I don't understand enough about this. • I would not use this. I might use this. • This would be helpful. • This would be extremely useful.
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Commenting (Q14)aCommenting functions for providing input that will be seen by other users
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Visualization (Q14)bVisualization tools like timelines, word clouds, network diagrams, etc.
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Social media (Q14)cIntegration with existing social media tools like Twitter and Facebook
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Collaborative (Q14)dCollaborative tools that allow all or a select group of users to add entries and data
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Bib management (Q14)eIntegration with bibliography management tools to collect, save, and download citations and documents
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Document access (Q14)fLinks to documents including published articles and unpublished research
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Biographical info (Q14)gBiographical and other resources for finding information about authors, publishers, and professional activities
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Computational tools (Q14)hComputational tools and resources that help you collect, manage, and manipulate text and data
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Q 15: If any of the following features could be incorporated into online scholarly resources, how useful would they be for you?• Not too useful. • Somewhat useful. • Very useful. • Extremely useful.
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Access to published work (Q15)aAccess to published scholarly work
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Access to unpublished work (Q15)bAccess to unpublished scholarly work
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Links to archival material (Q15)cLinks to archival resources
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Digital resource info (Q15)dInformation about digital projects and resources
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Professional info (Q15)eProfessional information about scholars
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School/institution info (Q15)fInformation about schools and research institutions
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Awards/honors (Q15)gLists of professional awards and honors
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Conference indexes (Q15)hIndexes of conference programs
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Job listings (Q15)iIndexes of job opportunities
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Grant listings (Q15)jIndexes of grant opportunities
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Access to computational tools (Q15)kLinks to computational tools and resources for manipulating data
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Blogs and essays (Q16)Q16: Would you benefit from a site that published essays and/or blog posts on digital and other resources (such as bibliographical essays, reviews of websites, discussions of digital tools and methods, and analysis of databases)?• I don't understand enough about this. • I would not use this I might use this. • This would be helpful. • This would be extremely useful.
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Value of collaborative resources (Q17)Q17: Many digital resources (such as Wikipedia) are crowd sourced, that is, built out through collaboration rather than managed and produced by a single curator or curatorial team. How do you value collaborative resources of this sort?• I do not understand enough about this. • Collaborative services can be detrimental to the quality of a resource. • Collaborative services usually do not improve the quality of a resource. • Collaborative services have a moderate benefit to the quality of resources. • Collaborative services often have a strong benefit to the quality of the resources.
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Q18: How useful is each of the digital tools and services listed below for your research?• Not useful. • Somewhat useful. • Very useful. • Essential.
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Twitter (Q18)aTwitter
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Facebook (Q18)bFacebook
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Academia.edu (Q18)cAcademia.edu
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Citation managers (Q18)dCitation management software (Zotero, Mendeley, Endnote, etc.)
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Blogs (Q18)eBlogs
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Listservs (Q18)fListserv groups and internet forums (such as H-Net)
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Computational tools (Q18)gTools and services that facilitate computational, programming, and data manipulation (such as GitHub and Open Refine).
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Other tools (Q18)hOther tools (which you can describe below)