Maximising Value from Communities Learning Consortium
01/02/2006 - 31/07/2006
Dr Hazel Hall was involved in this project when on industrial secondment to TFPL, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2006.
Dr Hall’s inclusion in the MVC began at the first meeting of the consortium in February 2006. The consortium membership comprised representatives from eight large companies: ABN AMRO, BT, Freshfields, GlaxoSmithKline, Oracle, Schlumberger, Shell and Unilever. These representatives met four time in 2006 to discuss themes related to maximising value from running work-based online communities, for example how to facilitate communities, and how to create, extend and measure community value.
Maximising Value from Communities Learning Consortium is a Research Councils project funded by Royal Academy of Engineering.
Carried out in collaboration with and others.
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The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) has commissioned a team from the Centre for Social Informatics led by Professor Hazel Hall to conduct research into training provision for the library, information and knowledge sector. The project work is concerned with: 1.
The broad mission of the LIS Research Coalition was to facilitate a co-ordinated and strategic approach to LIS research across the UK. Professor Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics, was first seconded to lead the implementation of the LIS Research Coalition in 2009/10.
This AHRC-funded project develops a formal UK-wide network of Library and Information Science (LIS) researchers. A key goal of the project is to build capacity and capability in the development and implementation of innovative methods and techniques in undertaking LIS research.
This IIDI project, led by Alistair Lawson, involves research into and initial development of support systems and software applications for Deiseal Ltd in relation to Ùlpan (Gaelic Language Learning for Adults). The project is funded by Deiseal Ltd who have in turn have received funding from Bòrd na...
The Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance (OCSIA) estimates that the cost of cybercrime to businesses, in the UK alone, is over £21 billion per annum. This project focuses on the real-time assessment of the risks associated with affiliate marketing networks.
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