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The Impact and Embedding of An Established Resource: British History Online as a Case Study

The impact analysis will build on previous usage studies carried out by British History Online since its launch in 2003, which highlight how research practice has been affected by the availability of historical sources online.

The project will provide a deeper understanding of the way in which users are engaging with the resource and will determine, in consultation with users, a suite of tools and features that will be developed in order to meet the needs of students and teachers.

Project Staff

Project Director, Dr Jane Winters
Project Manager, Bruce Tate bruce.tate@sas.ac.uk

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Summary
Start date
1 October 2010
End date
31 March 2011
Funding programme
Digitisation and Content
Strand
Impact and embedding of digitised resources
Project website
Lead institutions

Institute of Historical Research, University of London

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