Focuses on the research outcomes of a longitudinal, in‐depth investigation of the electronic information resource use of 16 young people. Aims to provide a flexible, qualitative framework that can be applied within local contexts to enable context‐specific understanding of electronic information resource use. Concludes that, although the groups may remain consistent, personal constructions and notions of value within those groups is more likely to be context‐specific.
Pickard, A.J. and Dixon, P. (2004), "Measuring electronic information resource use: towards a transferable quality framework for measuring value", VINE, Vol. 34 No. 3, pp. 126-131. https://doi.org/10.1108/03055720410563496
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