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  • Knowing through narratives: the role of knowledge within the technological innovation process in the UK upstream oil and gas industry. 

    Burnett, Simon M. (Robert Gordon University Department of Information Management, 2010-03)
    The aim of this research was to further understanding of the role of knowledge and knowledge-based processes within the process of technological innovation within the UK upstream oil and gas industry. The scope of the ...
  • Learning from e-family history: online research behaviour and strategies of family historians and implications for local studies collections. 

    Friday, Kate (Robert Gordon University Department of Information Management, 2012-05)
    The massive expansion of electronic resources has been identified as one of the major drivers behind the ‘explosion’ in the popularity of family history, which bring ease, convenience and accessibility to some parts of ...
  • The ‘main street’ in Kirkwall: a pilot research project; draft report. 

    Baxter, Graeme; Gray, David; Morrison, Katie; Reid, Peter H.; Vergunst, Jo; Williams, Dorothy (2010-10)
    In July 2010, researchers from Robert Gordon University, in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen, conducted a pilot research project which investigated the role of the ‘main street’ (i.e. Bridge Street, Albert ...
  • The strategic role of knowledge auditing and mapping: an organisational case study. 

    Williams, Dorothy; Grinnall, Andy; Burnett, Simon M. (Wiley. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/kpm.1416, 2013-08)
    BURNETT, S., WILLIAMS, D. and GRINNALL, A., 2013. The strategic role of knowledge auditing and mapping: an organisational case study. Knowledge and Process Management, 20 (3), pp. 161-176.
    This paper presents the results of research, which aimed to evaluate the current position of the knowledge management (KM) capabilities of a multi-national energy services company, and is based on work originally presented ...
  • Towards a model of information behaviour of a information provider: a mixed methods study. 

    Davies, Richmond (Robert Gordon University Department of Information Management, 2013-05)
    Not much is not known about the totality of information behaviours of information providers from among the plethora of library and information science literature. This research aims to describe, categorise and devise a ...
  • The use of photo elicitation to explore the role of the main street in Kirkwall in sustaining cultural identity, community, and a sense of place. 

    Baxter, Graeme; Cooper, Katie; Gray, David; Reid, Peter H.; Vergunst, Jo; Williams, Dorothy (Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Business School., 2015-02)
    BAXTER, G., COOPER, K., GRAY, D., REID, P., VERGUNST, J. and WILLIAMS, D., 2015. The use of photo elicitation to explore the role of the main street in Kirkwall in sustaining cultural identity, community, and a sense of place. Aberdeen Business School Working Paper Series, 8 (1).
    This paper explores the value of photo elicitation as a method for investigating the role played by small town main streets in Scottish island communities in sustaining cultural identity, community, and a sense of place. ...
  • User perceptions of relevance and its effect on retrieval in a smart textile archive. 

    Horsburgh, Ben; Craw, Susan; Williams, Dorothy; Burnett, Simon M.; Morrison, Katie; Martin, Suzanne (Springer-Verlag http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-39056-2_11, 2013)
    HORSBURGH, B., CRAW, S., WILLIAMS, D., BURNETT, S., MORRISON, K. and MARTIN, S., 2013. User perceptions of relevance and its effect on retrieval in a smart textile archive. In: S. J. DELANY and S. ONTANON, EDS. Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development: 21st International Conference, ICCBR 2013. 8-11 July 2013. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Pp. 149-163.
    The digitisation of physical textiles archives is an important process for the Scottish textiles industry. This transformation creates an easy access point to a wide breadth of knowledge, which can be used to understand ...
  • What have we learned so far? The development and application of an organisational learning narrative. 

    Burnett, Simon M.; Grinnall, Andy; Williams, Dorothy (Palgrave Macmillan http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/kmrp.2013.38, 2015-05)
    BURNETT, S., GRINNALL, A. and WILLIAMS, D., 2015. What have we learned so far? The development and application of an organisational learning narrative. Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 13 (2), pp. 160-167.
    The use of narratives and stories has been growing in popularity in the field of knowledge management. Narratives may be used as useful vehicles for several knowledge-based activities within organisational (and other) ...