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Exploring big historical data: the historian’s macroscope
S Graham, I Milligan, SB Weingart, K Martin
3182016
Problematizing the digital literacy paradox in the context of older adults’ ICT use: Aging, media discourse, and self-determination
K Schreurs, A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Canadian Journal of Communication, 2017
2732017
Interviews with digital seniors: ICT use in the context of everyday life
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, K Schreurs
Information, Communication & Society, 2016
1852016
Networks of digital humanities scholars: The informational and social uses and gratifications of Twitter
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, L McCay-Peet
Big data & society 2 (1), 2053951715589417, 2015
1212015
Are e‐books replacing print books? Tradition, serendipity, and opportunity in the adoption and use of e‐books for historical research and teaching
K Martin, A Quan‐Haase
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64 (5 …, 2013
1012013
The role of agency in historians’ experiences of serendipity in physical and digital information environments
K Martin, A Quan-Haase
Journal of Documentation 72 (6), 1008-1026, 2016
422016
Problematizing the digital literacy paradox in the context of older adults’ ICT use: Aging, media discourse, and self-determination
K Schreuers, A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Canadian Journal of Communication 42 (2), 1, 2017
372017
Not all on the same page: e-book adoption and technology exploration by seniors
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, K Schreurs
Information Research 19 (2), 2014
332014
Digital curation and the networked audience of urban events: Expanding La Fiesta de Santo Tomás from the physical to the virtual environment
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
International Communication Gazette 75 (5-6), 521-537, 2013
322013
“A process of controlled serendipity”: An exploratory study of historians' and digital historians' experiences of serendipity in digital environments
K Martin, A Quan‐Haase
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 54 (1 …, 2017
272017
Digital humanities: the continuing role of serendipity in historical research
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the 2012 iConference, 456-458, 2012
182012
Seeking knowledge: An exploratory study of the Role of Social Networks in the adoption of Ebooks by historians
A Quan‐Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2011
142011
Illusions of a “Bond”: tagging cultural products across online platforms
N Desrochers, A Laplante, K Martin, A Quan-Haase, L Spiteri
Journal of Documentation 72 (6), 1027-1051, 2016
132016
STAK–Serendipitous tool for augmenting knowledge: A conceptual tool for bridging digital and physical resources
K Martin, B Greenspan, A Quan-Haase
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique 7 (1), 1, 2017
112017
Beyond the playlist: Looking at user‐generated collocation of cultural products through social tagging
N Desrochers, A Quan‐Haase, DR Pennington, A Laplante, K Martin, ...
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2013
72013
Rethinking Tradition: The loss of serendipity and the impact of technology on the historical research process
A Quan‐Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2011
62011
Cultural (Re-) formations: Structuring a Linked Data Ontology for Intersectional Identities.
S Brown, C Faulkner, A Lemak, R Warren
DH, 2017
42017
Creating Context from Curiosity: The Role of Serendipity in the Research Process of Historians in Physical and Digital Environments
K Martin
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2016
42016
Changing chance encounters: Historians, serendipity, and the digital text
K Martin, A Quan-Haase
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS/Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI, 2014
42014
The power to structure: making meaning from metadata through ontologies
E Canning, S Brown, S Roger, K Martin
KULA 6 (3), 1-15, 2022
32022
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