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Development of an expert-informed rig state classifier using naive Bayes algorithm for invisible loss time measurement. (2024)
Journal Article
YOUCEFI, M.R., BOUKREDERA, F.S., GHALEM, K., HADJADJ, A. and EZENKWU, C.P. [2024]. Development of an expert-informed rig state classifier using naive Bayes algorithm for invisible loss time measurement. Applied intelligence [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10489-024-05560-5

The rig state plays a crucial role in recognizing the operations carried out by the drilling crew and quantifying Invisible Lost Time (ILT). This lost time, often challenging to assess and report manually in daily reports, results in delays to the sc... Read More about Development of an expert-informed rig state classifier using naive Bayes algorithm for invisible loss time measurement..

Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. (2024)
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LO, N.P.-K., BREMNER, P.A.M. and FORBES-MCKAY, K.E. 2024. Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Frontiers in education [online], 9, article number 1434305. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2024.1434305

This is a correction to the article "Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom", which was originally published in Frontiers in Education volume 8. The origin... Read More about Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom..

A containment zone or a place of surveillance? Liminal spaces on Mumsnet during COVID-19. (2024)
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PEDERSEN, S. and DOWNEY, E. 2024. A containment zone or a place of surveillance? Liminal spaces on Mumsnet during COVID-19. Gender, place and culture [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2024.2358235

This article makes use of discussions on the UK parenting site Mumsnet during the first COVID-19 lockdown in the UK between March and May 2020 to investigate the ways in which users wrote about liminal sites such as front porches, windows, and front... Read More about A containment zone or a place of surveillance? Liminal spaces on Mumsnet during COVID-19..

Humanitarian journalists: covering crises from a boundary zone. (2024)
Journal Article
ANDERSON, B. [2024]. Humanitarian journalists: covering crises from a boundary zone. Journalism and mass communication quarterly [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/10776990241253806

In today's reality of recurrent global crises and human rights abuses, the Washington Post slogan "democracy dies in darkness" cannot be a more fitting encapsulation of the role and responsibility of journalism. In crisis zones, where democracy is bu... Read More about Humanitarian journalists: covering crises from a boundary zone..

Using entropy to measure text readability in Bahasa Malaysia for year one students. (2024)
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BARAWI, M.H., OSMAN, S.N.M., ABD YUSOF, N.F., IBEKE, E. and FADHLI, M. 2024. Using entropy to measure text readability in Bahasa Malaysia for year one students. Journal of cognitive sciences and human development [online], 10(1), pages 103-123. Available from: https://doi.org/10.33736/jcshd.6817.2024

Text readability is essential for effective learning and communication, especially for beginner readers. However, there are no known measures to calculate the readability of Bahasa Malaysia, the national language of Malaysia. This research proposes a... Read More about Using entropy to measure text readability in Bahasa Malaysia for year one students..

Reimagining the rural hinterland: an investigation of participatory digital placemaking in rural communities. (2024)
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IRONSIDE, R. and REID, P. 2024. Reimagining the rural hinterland: an investigation of participatory digital placemaking in rural communities. Culture unbound [online], 16(1): place making beyond cities, pages 60-85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3384/cu.4287

Rural locations often form a hinterland – geographically and culturally - for large conurbations that dominate a particular region. They are interconnected, sometimes interdependent, but also separated by the social and spatial perceptions of a place... Read More about Reimagining the rural hinterland: an investigation of participatory digital placemaking in rural communities..

Ghost hunting events and storytelling. (2024)
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IRONSIDE, R.J. 2024. Ghost hunting events and storytelling. Event management [online], 28(4): festivals and storytelling: creating experiences through stories, places, and spaces, pages 649-654. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3727/152599524x17077053867629

Ghost hunting events are a popular leisure activity providing visitors with an immersive dark experience, connecting them with the dark heritage and supernatural legends of a place. This research note aims to conceptualize the role of storytelling in... Read More about Ghost hunting events and storytelling..

The impact of information needs satisfaction on the creativity of visual art teachers. (2024)
Journal Article
KOLYVAS, S., KOSTAGIOLAS, P. and MARTZOUKOU, K. 2024. The impact of information needs satisfaction on the creativity of visual art teachers. Journal of documentation [online], Early Cite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JD-11-2023-0233

The aim of this study is to investigate how the information needs satisfaction of visual art teachers affects their creativity. Visual art teachers' information seeking behaviour and specifically the association of information needs satisfaction with... Read More about The impact of information needs satisfaction on the creativity of visual art teachers..

Bringing life to Aberdeen: a history of maternity and neonatal services. (2024)
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PEDERSEN, S. [2024]. Bringing life to Aberdeen: a history of maternity and neonatal services. Women's history review [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/09612025.2024.2315376

There is some fascinating detail in this new book detailing changes in maternity and neonatal care in Aberdeen over the centuries. Stories and characters range from Margaret Bane, an Aberdeenshire 'howdie' or midwife, put to death for witchcraft in 1... Read More about Bringing life to Aberdeen: a history of maternity and neonatal services..

Monitoring carbon emissions using deep learning and statistical process control: a strategy for impact assessment of governments' carbon reduction policies. (2024)
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EZENKWU, C.P., CANNON, S. and IBEKE, E. 2024. Monitoring carbon emissions using deep learning and statistical process control: a strategy for impact assessment of governments' carbon reduction policies. Environmental monitoring and assessment [online], 196(3), article number 231. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-024-12388-6

Across the globe, governments are developing policies and strategies to reduce carbon emissions to address climate change. Monitoring the impact of governments' carbon reduction policies can significantly enhance our ability to combat climate change... Read More about Monitoring carbon emissions using deep learning and statistical process control: a strategy for impact assessment of governments' carbon reduction policies..

David Stuart, web metrics for library and information professionals. [Book review] (2024)
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OPPENHEIM, C. [2024]. David Stuart, web metrics for library and information professionals. Journal of librarianship and information science [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/09610006231223500

This is the second edition of a book that sold well, but had become somewhat dated with rapid developments in its field. Although primarily aimed at library and information staff, and with the strong implication that this is a field where LIS staff c... Read More about David Stuart, web metrics for library and information professionals. [Book review].

Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. (2023)
Journal Article
LO, N.P.-K., BREMNER, P.A.M. and FORBES-MCKAY, K.E. 2023. Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Frontiers in education [online], 8, article number 1334357. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2023.1334357

This study examined the ways in which different influences on student motivation and the development of independent learning (IL) skills might be constituted across students learning within different educational cultures. Previous studies on student... Read More about Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom..

Death, ghosts, and spiritual tourism: conceptualizing a dark spiritual experience spectrum for the paranormal market. (2023)
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IRONSIDE, R. 2023. Death, ghosts, and spiritual tourism: conceptualizing a dark spiritual experience spectrum for the paranormal market. Journal of scientific exploration [online], 37(4), pages 586-601. Available from: https://doi.org/10.31275/20233227

Paranormal tourism is a lucrative market offering visitors the opportunity to engage with enchanting experiences and stories in destinations around the world. Specifically, ghost tourism connects people to the dead (and death) through dark narratives... Read More about Death, ghosts, and spiritual tourism: conceptualizing a dark spiritual experience spectrum for the paranormal market..

Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. (2023)
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FORBES-MCKAY, K.E., BREMNER, P.A.M., JOHNSTON, P. and AIR, C. [2024]. Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. Journal of applied research in higher education [online], EarlyCite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/jarhe-06-2023-0253

This study addresses gaps in the existing literature on students' understanding of Independent Learning (IL), whilst exploring the link between levels of IL, growth mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. Three hundred an... Read More about Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance..

The trials and triumphs of running cross-year experiential modules: blending theory and practice to advance student professional development and academic practice. (2023)
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VICKERS, B., PIRIE, E. and REID, C. 2023. The trials and triumphs of running cross-year experiential modules: blending theory and practice to advance student professional development and academic practice. Journal of perspectives in applied academic practice [online], 11(3), pages 153-166. Available from: https://doi.org/10.56433/jpaap.v11i3.590

This paper aims to evaluate the impact of two innovative cross-year experiential modules, operated jointly between undergraduate Stages 3 and 4, on the professional development of students and the advancement of academic practice at Robert Gordon Uni... Read More about The trials and triumphs of running cross-year experiential modules: blending theory and practice to advance student professional development and academic practice..

Join the coalition: how pioneer journalism communities reimagine journalistic epistemology from the periphery. (2023)
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ANDERSON, B. [2023]. Join the coalition: how pioneer journalism communities reimagine journalistic epistemology from the periphery. Digital journalism [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2023.2278043

This article examines how pioneer journalism communities reimagine journalistic epistemology from the periphery, and traces how ideas about journalism as a form of knowledge are embodied in their metadiscourses and enacted in their epistemic practice... Read More about Join the coalition: how pioneer journalism communities reimagine journalistic epistemology from the periphery..

Telling the story of telling the story: capturing intangible heritage storytelling on the origins of malt whisky in the Cabrach. (2023)
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REID, P.H., PIRIE, E. and IRONSIDE, R. 2023. Telling the story of telling the story: capturing intangible heritage storytelling on the origins of malt whisky in the Cabrach. Journal of documentation [online], Early Cite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JD-06-2023-0106

This research explored the storytelling (collection, curation, and use) in the Cabrach, a remote Scottish glen. The aim of the research was to capture the methodological process of storytelling and curation of heritage knowledge through the lens of t... Read More about Telling the story of telling the story: capturing intangible heritage storytelling on the origins of malt whisky in the Cabrach..

Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability. (2023)
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CROSS, K., MESJAR, L., STEED, J. and JIANG, Y. [2023]. Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability. International journal of fashion design, technology and education [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/17543266.2023.2277264

Textile and fashion brands convey core values through marketing, and in slow-fashion heritage brands this often includes skilled craftsmanship, authenticity, sustainability and provenance. As industry digitalisation continues, brands are employing im... Read More about Immersive innovations for the communication of heritage, handcraft and sustainability..

Innovative interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to enhance students' learning experiences and to benefit them in their future development. (2023)
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BREMNER, P.A.M. and AIR, C. [2023]. Innovative interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to enhance students' learning experiences and to benefit them in their future development. Journal of applied research in higher education [online], EarlyCite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-07-2023-0290

This study adds to the existing body of knowledge on the benefits to learners of using an interdisciplinary design thinking (DT) pedagogical approach, taking the form of a micro credential with an extracurricular workshop. This interpretivist researc... Read More about Innovative interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to enhance students' learning experiences and to benefit them in their future development..

Bombardment, public safety and resilience in English coastal communities during the First World War. (2023)
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FOSTER, A.-M. [2023]. Bombardment, public safety and resilience in English coastal communities during the First World War. Northern history [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/0078172X.2023.2276721

Reeve's monograph refreshingly focuses on a new area of British war studies - it uses a local studies lens to explore the coastal towns in the North-East of England and their experiences in the First World War. Reeve compellingly argues that the expe... Read More about Bombardment, public safety and resilience in English coastal communities during the First World War..