UCL logo

UCL Discovery

UCL home » Library Services » Electronic resources » UCL Discovery

Browse by UCL Departments and Centres

Up a level
Export as [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Group by: Author | Type
Jump to: A | B | C | E | F | G | H | I | K | M | R | S | T | V | W
Number of items: 74.


An, X; Xu, S; Mu, Y; Wang, W; Bai, XY; Dawson, A; Han, H; (2012) Meta-synthetic support frameworks for reuse of government information resources on city travel and traffic The case of Beijing. PROGRAM-ELECTRONIC LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS , 46 (1) pp. 5-20. 10.1108/00330331211204539.

Anderson, K; Bastian, J; Flinn, A; Samuelsson, G; (2012) Virtual experiments in collaborative archival education: constructing a digital laboratory for digital learning. Comma , 2012 (2) pp. 97-104. 10.3828/comma.2012.2.10. Green open access


Banos, V; Stepanyan, K; Joy, M; Cristea, AI; Manolopoulos, Y; (2012) Technological foundations of the current Blogosphere. In:

Blandford, A; Brown, S; Dobson, T; Faisal, S; Fiorentino, C; Frizzera, L; Giacometti, A; ... Windsor, J; + view all (2012) Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition. In: (Proceedings) Digital Humanities 2012.

Brady, M; Pan, XB; Schenk, V; Terras, M; Robertson, P; Molton, N; (2012) Shadow Stereo, Image Filtering, and Constraint Propagation. In: Images and Artefacts of the Ancient World.

Broughton, V; Mills, J; Coates, EJ; (2012) Bliss Bibliographic Classification 2nd edition. Class C Chemistry. [Book]. deGruyterSaur: Munich.


CANTY, NP; Watkinson, A; (2012) Academic and Professional Publishing. In: Campbell, R and Pentz, E and Borthwick, I, (eds.) Academic and Professional Publishing. Chandos Publishing: UK.

Caire, P; Bikakis, A; Efthymiou, V; (2012) Conviviality by design. In: (pp. pp. 24-29).

Canty, N; (2012) The experience of first time novelists in the united kingdom. Publishing Research Quarterly , 28 (3) 218 - 235.

Canty, N; Watkinson, A; (2012) Career development in academic and professional publishing. In: Academic and Professional Publishing. (pp. 457-470).

Canty, NP; (2012) The experience of first time novelists in the UK. Publishing Research Quarterly , 28 (3) 218 - 235. 10.1007/s12109-012-9280-5.

Canty, NP; (2012) Libraries as publishers: turning the page? Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues , 23 (1) 55 - 62. 10.7227/ALX.23.1.7. Green open access

Cohen, G; Mates, L; Flinn, A; (2012) Capture-recapture methods and party activism in Britain. Journal of Interdisciplinary History , 43 (2) pp. 247-274. 10.1162/JINH_a_00381.


Efthymiou, V; Caire, P; Bikakis, A; (2012) Modeling and evaluating cooperation in multi-context systems using conviviality. In:


Flinn, A; (2012) Other ways of thinking, other ways of being. Documenting the margins and the transitory: What to preserve, how to collect. In: What are Archives? Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives: A Reader. (pp. 109-128).

Flinn, AD; (2012) ‘Archives and their communities: Collecting histories, challenging heritage’. In: Dawson, G, (ed.) Memory, Narrative and Histories: Critical Debates, New Trajectories. University of Brighton: Brighton.


Gauntlett, D; Dwyer, P; Kavada, A; Ozkul, D; Steemers, J; Terras, M; Warwick, C; (2012) Community‐Powered Transformations. A research network exploring digital transformations in the creative relationships between cultural and media organisations and their users. Final Report to AHRC. (In press).

Giacometti, A; Campagnolo, A; MacDonald, L; Mahony, S; Terras, M; Robson, S; Weyrich, T; (2012) Cultural heritage destruction: Documenting parchment degradation via multispectral imaging. In: (pp. pp. 301-308).

Gooding, P; Warwick, C; Terras, M; (2012) The Myth of the New: Mass Digitization, Distant Reading and the Future of the Book. In: Meister, JC and Schönert, K and Lomsché, B and Schernus, W and Schüch, L and Schüch, L and Stegkemper, M and Bohl, BW and Röwenstrunk, D, (eds.) (Proceedings) Digital Humanities 2012. Hamburg University Press: Hamburg, Germany.

Gray, S; Ross, C; Hudson-Smith, A; Warwick, C; Terras, M; (2012) Enhancing museum narratives with the QRator Project: a Tasmanian devil, a platypus and a dead man in a box. In:

Gray, S; Terras, M; (2012) Text mining with Textal. National Centre for Research Methods


Hudson-Smith, A; Gray, S; Ross, C; Barthel, R; De Jode, M; Warwick, C; Terras, M; (2012) Experiments with the internet of things in museum space: QRator. In: (pp. pp. 1183-1184).


Inskip, C; Macfarlane, A; Rafferty, P; (2012) Towards the disintermediation of creative music search: Analysing queries to determine important facets. International Journal on Digital Libraries , 12 (2-3) pp. 137-147. 10.1007/s00799-012-0084-1.


Korjonen, M.H.; (2012) Clinical trial information: developing an effective model of dissemination and a framework to improve transparency. Doctoral thesis , UCL (University College London). Green open access


Mahony, S; Pierazzo, E; (2012) Teaching Skills or Teaching Methodology? In: Hirsch, BD, (ed.) Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics. (pp. 215-225). OpenBook Publishers: UK. Green open access

Mahony, S; Tiedau, U; Sirmons, I; (2012) Open Access and Online Teaching of Digital Humanities. In: Warwick, C and Terras, M and Nyhan, J, (eds.) Digital Humanities in Practice. Facet: London. Green open access

Martin, W; Abdallah, D; El-Abiary, A; Dalbah, Y; Julier, S; Terras, M; Iliffe, R; ... Weyrich, T; + view all (2012) Newton Spectrum: Nonlinear Text Browsing of a Large Corpus. In:

McCarthy, E; Welsh, A; Wheale, S; (2012) Early modern Oxford bindings in twenty-first century markup. Library Review , 61 (8) pp. 561-576. 10.1108/00242531211292079.

Meyer, E; Bulger, M; Kyriakidou-Zacharoudiou, A; Power, A; Williams, P; Venters, W; Terras, M; (2012) Collaborative Yet Independent: Information Practices in the Physical Sciences. (Research Information Network (RIN) Report Series ). Institute of Physics Publishing: London.


Ramdarshan Bold, M; (2012) The Rights and Wrongs of Operational Practices in the Scottish Publishing Industry. Publishing Research Quarterly , 28 (4) pp. 345-358. 10.1007/s12109-012-9293-0.

Rayner, SJ; (2012) Lost in the woods: Grey areas in Malory and the Stanzaic Morte Arthur. Arthuriana , 22 (2) pp. 75-84. 10.1353/art.2012.0018.

Ross, C; Terras, M; Warwick, C; Welsh, A; (2012) Erratum: Enabled backchannel: Conference Twitter use by digital humanists. (Journal of Documentation (2011) 67:2 214-237)). British Journal of Educational Technology , 43 (6) 1055-. 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01378.x.


Shepherd, E; (2012) Archives and archivists in 20th century England.

Shepherd, EJ; (2012) An ‘academic’ dilemma: the tale of archives and records management. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science , 44 (3) 174 - 184. 10.1177/0961000611427067. Green open access

Sinkinson, C; Alexander, S; Hicks, A; Kahn, M; (2012) Guiding Design: Exposing Librarian and Student Mental Models of Research Guides. PORTAL-LIBRARIES AND THE ACADEMY , 12 (1) pp. 63-84. 10.1353/pla.2012.0008.


Terras, M; (2012) Being the other: Interdisciplinary work in computational science and the humanities. In: Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities: A Volume in Honour of Harold Short, on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday and his Retirement, September 2010. (pp. 213-230).

Terras, M; (2012) Being the other: Interdisciplinary work in computational science and the humanities. In: Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities. (pp. 213-230).

Terras, M; (2012) I, Digital: Personal Collections in the Digital Era. Journal of the Society of Archivists , 33 (2) pp. 217-220. 10.1080/00379816.2012.722533.

Terras, M; (2012) Understanding Jane. ITNOW , 54 (1) pp. 50-51. 10.1093/itnow/bws019.

Terras, M; (2012) Image Processing and Digital Humanities. In: Terras, MM and Nyhan, J and Warwick, C, (eds.) Digital Humanities in Practice. Facet

Terras, M; Warwick, C; Ross, C; (2012) Building useful virtual research environments: The need for user-led design. In: University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. (pp. 151-168).

Terras, MM; (2012) The Beauty of Speed: Articulating the Benefits of Digital Humanities. [Lecture]. Presented at: Lustrum 25 years of Alfa Informatica - Informatiekunde at the University of Groningen, Groningen. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) The Bentham Papers Transcription Initiative: Transcribe Bentham. [Lecture]. Presented at: Guest Seminar Series, University Library, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Integrating Technology into the Trench: the Virtual Environments for Research in Archaeology Project at Roman Silchester. In: (Proceedings) Digital Engagement in Archaeology, A UCL ACRN & CASPAR Conference.

Terras, MM; (2012) Keynote: Digital Humanities and the Crowd: the potential for digital engagement and outreach. In: (Proceedings) Exploring Digital Humanities.

Terras, MM; (2012) Keynote: Digital Humanities and the Crowd: using technology for outreach and engagement. In: (Proceedings) Digital Arts and Humanities Institute 2012, "Thinking Outside of the Digital Arts and Humanities Box".

Terras, MM; (2012) The More Things Change: History, Computers, and Historical Method. In: (Proceedings) Round Table, the Future of the Past. Digital History Seminar Series.

Terras, MM; (2012) On not being Superwoman. [Digital scholarly resource]. http://www.theukrc.org/blogs/getset-women/2012/10/...

Terras, MM; (2012) Review of "I Digital: Personal Collections in the Digital Era", Lee, C. Society of American Archivists: Chicago, 2011. Journal of the Society of Archivists , 33 (2)

Terras, MM; (2012) Transcribe Bentham: Crowd-sourcing or crowd-sifting? [Lecture]. Presented at: Community-powered digital transformations in learning workshop, Digital Transformations, UCL. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Transcribe Bentham: Issues in Crowdsourcing. [Lecture]. Presented at: The Oxford e-Research Centre Tuesday Seminar Series, University of Oxford. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Un regard jeté sous le Chapiteau. Les humanités numériques et la crise de l’inclusion. In: Read/Write Book 2: Introduction aux humanités numériques. Open Edition Press: Paris, France.

Terras, MM; (2012) Understanding Jane: introducing Digital Humanities. British Computer Society: IT NOW, The magazine for the IT professional.

Terras, MM; (2012) Using Social Media to Promote Open Access. In: (Proceedings) Open Access Week 2012: Opening Research and Data.

Terras, MM; (2012) Using social media to disseminate research outputs: a personal tale. [Lecture]. Presented at: Scholarly Communications: New Developments in Open Access. Repositories Support Project., RIBA, London. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Virtual Visitors: What Do We Know About Use of the British Museum’s Collection Database Online? [Lecture]. Presented at: DigitalHSS Guest Seminar, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Virtual Visitors: Why would anyone want to visit the virtual British Museum collections online? [Lecture]. Presented at: Lunch Hour Lectures on tour at the British Museum, British Museum, London. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) The Vision After the Sermon: Establishing an Institutional Digital Humanities Presence. [Lecture]. Presented at: Opening Keynote, "DigitalHSS - A Day of Ideas", University of Edinburgh. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Visions and Sermons: The Digital Transformation of the Humanities. Presented at: Opening Keynote, L'image-document face au numerique: mise en crise ou mise en lumiere?, Institut national d'histoire de l'art, Paris. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) Whispers into the Void: Personal Reflections on Academic Blogging. Invited paper. [Lecture]. Presented at: Weblogs in den Geisteswissenschaften, Munich. (In press).

Terras, MM; (2012) The impact of social media on the dissemination of research: results of an experiment. Journal of Digital Humanities , 1 (3)

Terras, MM; (2012) The superwoman fallacy: what it really takes to be an academic and parent. UNSPECIFIED, Guardian Higher Education Network.

Terras, MM; (2012) The superwoman fallacy: what it really takes to be an academic and parent. [Digital scholarly resource]. http://www.guardian.co.uk/higher-education-network...

Terras, MM; (2012) The verdict: is blogging or tweeting about research papers worth it? [Digital scholarly resource]. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2012...

Terras, MM; (2012) Present, Not Voting: Digital Humanities in the Panopticon. In: Berry, DM, (ed.) Understanding Digital Humanities. (pp. 172-190). Palgrave Macmillan

Terras, MM; (2012) Digitisation and Digital Resources in the Humanities. In: Terras, M and Warwick, C and Nyhan, J, (eds.) Digital Humanities in Practice. Facet: London.

Terras, MM; Galina, I; Warwick, C; (2012) Bibliothèques, ressources d’information et utlisateurs de ressources électroniques dans les sciences humaines. In: Ceccani, S, (ed.) Pratiques documentaires numériques à l'université. (pp. 140-174). Ecole Nationale Superiere des sciences de l’information et des bibliotheques, Presses de l’ensibb: Paris, France.

Terras, MM; Ross, C; Motyckova, V; (2012) Scholarly Information Seeking Behaviour in the British Museum Online Collection. In: Hughes, L, (ed.) Evaluating & Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections. (pp. 85-102). Facet: London.


Vlachidis, A; Tudhope, D; (2012) A pilot investigation of information extraction in the semantic annotation of archaeological reports. International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies , 7 (3) pp. 222-235. 10.1504/IJMSO.2012.050183. Green open access

Vlachidis, Andreas; (2012) Semantic Indexing via Knowledge Organization Systems: Applying the CIDOC-CRM to Archaeological Grey Literature. Doctoral thesis , University of Glamorgan. Green open access


Warwick, CLH; (2012) Inaugural Lecture. The monologue in a crowdsourced world: have digital resources rendered the inaugural lecture obsolete? [Digital scholarly resource]. http://clairewarwick.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/inaugu...

Warwick, CLH; Terras, M; Nyhan, J; (2012) Digital Humanities in Practice. [Book]. Facet: London, UK. (In press).

Welsh, A; Carty, C; Williams, H; (2012) "Mind the [Trans-Atlantic] gap, please": awareness and training needs of UK catalogers. Journal of Library Metadata , 12 (2-3) 242 - 263. 10.1080/19386389.2012.699854. Green open access

Williams, S; Terras, M; Warwick, C; (2012) Do Computer Science Scholars Consider Issues of Privacy when Studying Large Twitter Data Sets? In: (Proceedings) Asian Privacy Scholars Network, 2nd International Conference, Privacy in the Social Networked World.

This list was generated on Sun Aug 18 07:58:37 2019 BST.