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Wood Utilization Research Dissemination on the World Wide Web: A Case StudyAuthor(s): Daniel L. Schmoldt; Matthew F. Winn; Philip A. Araman
Source: Forest Products Journal. 47(6): 25-31.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBecause many research products are informational rather than tangible, emerging information technologies, such as the multi-media format of the World Wide Web, provide an open and easily accessible mechanism for transferring research to user groups. We have found steady, increasing use of our Web site over the first 6-1/2 months of operation; almost one-third of the Web pages accessed were publication abstract pages. By comparing subject areas of reprints requested and abstract pages viewed with the number of reprints requested, we can infer how well our research products are meeting our clientele's needs.
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CitationSchmoldt, Daniel L.; Winn, Matthew F.; Araman, Philip A. 1997. Wood Utilization Research Dissemination on the World Wide Web: A Case Study. Forest Products Journal. 47(6): 25-31.
- Analysis of Web Site Activity and Technology Transfer Accomplishments
- Internet access to research results: an evolving effort
- Online delivery of research products
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