I'm wondering if anyone else might be interested in trying to ramp-up the
activity of the Research Network? More discussion of results, research
ideas, methodologies, log manipulation, collaborative work, script
sharing, visualization techniques, funding, etc?
I'm not sure exactly how to make this happen but thought that it might
make a good topic itself. I'm wondering who might be coming to Boston? I'd
be willing to buy the beer if we'd like to try to get together.
Kevin J. Gamble. Ph.D.
Associate Director eXtension Initiative
North Carolina State University
Sorry if this has gone out before... I got it from a librarians
mailing list. Interesting! What do you all think? It's like what
Nature did, only ad-hoc. There's no contact information for the
original survey developer, which is a little odd...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carla Wilson Buss" <cbuss(a)UGA.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 5:26 AM
Subject: Fw: Wikipedia quality survey
> Hello LIBREFers!
> A Comp Sci colleague of mine has developed a survey to measure the quality
> of Wikipedia. Would you please take a moment to fill it out? It's short -
> minutes at most. Thanks for participating!
> Survey URL:
> -- Caroline<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns =
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> Caroline Bordinaro, MLIS
> Library Instruction and Information Literacy Coordinator
> University Library
> CSU Dominguez Hills
> Caroline Bordinaro