The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework

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The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework. / Rowley, Jennifer; Armstrong, Chris; Lonsdale, Ray; Banwell, Linda; Ray, Kathryn; Yeoman, Alison; Spink, Siân; Coulson, Graham; Urquhart, Christine; Thomas, Rhian; Fenton, Roger.

Yn: Journal of Documentation, 2004, t. 302-320.

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Rowley, J, Armstrong, C, Lonsdale, R, Banwell, L, Ray, K, Yeoman, A, Spink, S, Coulson, G, Urquhart, C, Thomas, R & Fenton, R 2004, 'The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework', Journal of Documentation, tt. 302-320. https://doi.org/10.1108/00220410410534202

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Rowley, J., Armstrong, C., Lonsdale, R., Banwell, L., Ray, K., Yeoman, A., Spink, S., Coulson, G., Urquhart, C., Thomas, R., & Fenton, R. (2004). The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework. Journal of Documentation, 302-320. https://doi.org/10.1108/00220410410534202

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Rowley J, Armstrong C, Lonsdale R, Banwell L, Ray K, Yeoman A et al. The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework. Journal of Documentation. 2004;302-320. https://doi.org/10.1108/00220410410534202

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Rowley, Jennifer ; Armstrong, Chris ; Lonsdale, Ray ; Banwell, Linda ; Ray, Kathryn ; Yeoman, Alison ; Spink, Siân ; Coulson, Graham ; Urquhart, Christine ; Thomas, Rhian ; Fenton, Roger. / The JISC user behaviour monitoring and evaluation framework. Yn: Journal of Documentation. 2004 ; tt. 302-320.

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