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Hamid R. Jamali
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The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future
I Rowlands, D Nicholas, P Williams, P Huntington, M Fieldhouse, ...
Aslib Proceedings 60 (4), 290-310, 2008
9632008
Article title type and its relation with the number of downloads and citations
HR Jamali, M Nikzad
Scientometrics 88 (2), 653-661, 2011
3232011
What do faculty and students really think about e-books?
I Rowlands, D Nicholas, HR Jamali, P Huntington
Aslib Proceedings 59 (6), 489-511, 2007
2642007
Scholarly e‐books: The views of 16,000 academics: Results from the JISC national e‐book observatory
HR Jamali, D Nicholas, I Rowlands
Aslib proceedings, 2009
2312009
Peer review: Still king in the digital age
D Nicholas, A Watkinson, HR Jamali, E Herman, C Tenopir, R Volentine, ...
Learned Publishing 28 (1), 15-21, 2015
2022015
Copyright compliance and infringement in ResearchGate full-text journal articles
HR Jamali
Scientometrics 112 (1), 241–254, 2017
1742017
UK scholarly e-book usage: a landmark survey
D Nicholas, I Rowlands, D Clark, P Huntington, HR Jamali, C Ollé
Aslib Proceedings 60 (4), 311-334, 2008
1662008
Student digital information-seeking behaviour in context
D Nicholas, P Huntington, HR Jamali, I Rowlands, M Fieldhouse
Journal of Documentation 65 (1), 106-132, 2009
1522009
Using ICT with people with special education needs: what the literature tells us
P Williams, HR Jamali, D Nicholas
Aslib Proceedings, 2006
1502006
The information seeking behaviour of the users of digital scholarly journals
D Nicholas, P Huntington, HR Jamali, A Watkinson
Information Processing & Management 42 (5), 1345-1365, 2006
1442006
Google and the scholar: the role of Google in scientists' information‐seeking behaviour
HR Jamali, S Asadi
Online information review, 2010
1392010
E-textbook use, information seeking behaviour and its impact: Case study business and management
D Nicholas, I Rowlands, HR Jamali
Journal of information Science 36 (2), 263-280, 2010
1382010
The use and users of scholarly e-journals: a review of log analysis studies
HR Jamali, D Nicholas, P Huntington
Aslib Proceedings 57 (6), 554-571, 2005
1252005
Researchers’e-journal use and information seeking behaviour
D Nicholas, P Williams, I Rowlands, HR Jamali
Journal of Information Science 36 (4), 494-516, 2010
1112010
Viewing and reading behaviour in a virtual environment: The full-text download and what can be read into it
D Nicholas, P Huntington, HR Jamali, I Rowlands, T Dobrowolski, ...
Aslib proceedings 60 (3), 185-198, 2008
1112008
Information-seeking behaviour of physicists and astronomers
HR Jamali, D Nicholas
Aslib Proceedings 60 (5), 444-462, 2008
1062008
Open access and sources of full-text articles in Google Scholar in different subject fields
HR Jamali, M Nabavi
Scientometrics 105 (3), 1635-1651, 2015
992015
Scholarly reputation in the digital age and the role of emerging platforms and mechanisms
HR Jamali, D Nicholas, E Herman
Research Evaluation 25 (1), 37-49, 2015
982015
New ways of building, showcasing, and measuring scholarly reputation
D Nicholas, E Herman, H Jamali, B RODRÍGUEZ‐BRAVO, ...
Learned Publishing 28 (3), 169-183, 2015
972015
Trustworthiness and authority of scholarly information in a digital age: Results of an international questionnaire
C Tenopir, K Levine, S Allard, L Christian, R Volentine, R Boehm, ...
Journal of the Association for Information Science and technology 67 (10 …, 2016
892016
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