Tag Archives: Recommendations

Benefits – what we expected and what we’ve been able to achieve

For some reason we didn’t manage to finish off our blog post on the intended benefits of the RISE project.  Like the Users post we thought it might be more useful to do it towards the end of the project … Continue reading

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Project update April

RISE search interface April was the month that saw a lot of the technical developments come together.  The RISE search interface went ‘live’ at http://library.open.ac.uk/rise/ in the middle of the month just before Easter.  We’ve managed to pick a fairly … Continue reading

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Project update February

Project startup The project is now into the second month and we’ve covered quite a lot of ground already.  Apart from setting up the usual project processes, blogs and getting everything running we’ve pushed on with starting the technical build … Continue reading

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The Project Plan

Aims, Objectives and Final Outputs of the project The overall objectives of the RISE project are to: Establish a process to collect and analyse attention data about the use of electronic resources from the EZProxy proxy referral system. Create a … Continue reading

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Welcome to the RISE project

Welcome to the first blog post for the new JISC-funded RISE project at the Open University Library.  RISE (Recommendations Improve the Search Experience) will be investigating activity data from use of electronic resources provided by the Open University Library. The … Continue reading

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