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Collaborated with:
B.Palmer B.Xu J.Dorward T.Sumner M.Khoo D.Reinke A.E.Walker S.Halioris X.Mao S.Hsi C.Garrard M.Marlino S.Giersch J.Pagano A.L.Washington R.A.Donahue H.Leary P.G.Wetzler J.H.Martin D.Dawson Y.Liu J.Park
Talks about:
resourc (5) librari (5) digit (5) use (4) learn (3) educ (3) studi (2) onlin (2) understand (1) demograph (1)

Person: Mimi Recker

DBLP DBLP: Recker:Mimi

Contributed to:

EDM 20102010
JCDL 20022002
JCDL 20032003
JCDL 20052005
JCDL 20062006
JCDL 20072007
JCDL 20082008
JCDL 20112011

Wrote 9 papers:

Where in the World? Demographic Patterns in Access Data (MR, BX, SH, CG), pp. 337–338.
EDM-2010-XuR #analysis #learning #network #online #social
Peer Production of Online Learning Resources: A Social Network Analysis (BX, MR), pp. 315–316.
JCDL-2002-DorwardRR #evaluation #library
An evaluation model for a digital library services tool (JD, DR, MR), pp. 322–323.
JCDL-2003-SumnerKRM #comprehension #library #quality
Understanding Educator Perceptions of “Quality” in Digital Libraries (TS, MK, MR, MM), pp. 269–279.
JCDL-2005-ReckerDDHLMPP #development #education #library
You can lead a horse to water: teacher development and use of digital library resources (MR, JD, DD, SH, YL, XM, BP, JP), pp. 1–8.
JCDL-2006-ReckerP #education #library #using
Using resources across educational digital libraries (MR, BP), pp. 240–241.
JCDL-2007-ReckerGWHMP #case study #how #learning #online
A study of how online learning resource are used (MR, SG, AEW, SH, XM, BP), pp. 179–180.
JCDL-2008-KhooPWRPD #library #metric #using #web
Using web metrics to analyze digital libraries (MK, JP, ALW, MR, BP, RAD), pp. 375–384.
JCDL-2011-LearyRWWSM #automation #education #machine learning
Automating open educational resources assessments: a machine learning generalization study (HL, MR, AEW, PGW, TS, JHM), pp. 283–286.

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