Now showing items 1-3 of 3

  • Design of virtual worlds for accessing information : discovery of user preferences. 

    MacLennan, Alan (The Robert Gordon University The Robert Gordon University, Department of Information Management, 2007-12)
    This thesis describes a study carried out with the aim of discovering user preferences as to the design of 3-dimensional virtual worlds for accessing information. No literature was found which dealt with this topic, and ...
  • Immersed in cyberspace: an evaluation of a grounded theory approach to a study of user preferences. 

    MacLennan, Alan (CILIP http://www.lirgjournal.org.uk/lir/ojs/index.php/lir/article/view/493, 2012)
    MACLENNAN, A., 2012. Immersed in cyberspace: an evaluation of a grounded theory approach to a study of user preferences. Library and Information Research 36 (112), pp. 55-71.
    This paper describes a piece of research intended to establish user preferences for the design of virtual worlds for information retrieval, and reflects critically on the methodology adopted. Over 100 students and staff ...
  • Open for business? An historical, comparative study of public access to information about two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. 

    Baxter, Graeme (Robert Gordon University, 2013-06-25)
    BAXTER, G. 2013. Open for business? An historical, comparative study of public access to information about two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. Presented at the 4th Information: interactions and impact conference (i3 2013), 25-28 June 2013, Aberdeen, UK.
    This study looks as two controversial costal developments in North-east Scotland and to identify what information was made publicly available and what impact this may have had on public engagement in planning and decision-making ...