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    • A Family By Yellow River 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-06)
      This filmed 5 years' record of a small village community, namely Lijiashan (Li's Mountains) of Qikou, Shanxi Province, might serve as an illustration for a profoundly changing rural China. A town in the valley of the Yellow ...
    • Futurelib original concepts document 

      Marshall, D; Priestner, A (Cambridge University Library, 2016-10-27)
      Since 2012 Cambridge University Library has been actively involved in user-centred design research. Between October 2012 and May 2014 a team headed up by Paul-Jervis Heath conducted a significant programme of ethnographic ...
    • North Star project report 

      Marshall, D; Priestner, A (Cambridge University Library, 2016-10-10)
      This scoping project explored the potential value of a new research platform, North Star, for the University of Cambridge’s academics and researchers which could simplify the publication process for academics and help them ...
    • Protolib project report 

      Marshall, D; Priestner, A (Cambridge University Library, 2016-04-28)
      Protolib, literally prototyping libraries, set out to explore new models for library spaces at locations across the University of Cambridge. The project involved the creation and regular iteration of a range of prototype ...
    • Snapshot project report 

      Marshall, D; Priestner, A (Cambridge University Library, 2016-09-09)
      This explorative cultural probe project set out to learn about the information and research behaviours of postdoctoral researchers and PhD students at the University of Cambridge. Nine participants from a number of AHSS ...
    • WhoHas? project report 

      Priestner, A (Cambridge University Library, 2015-09-30)
      The WhoHas? project is part of the Futurelib innovation programme which is actively seeking to uncover and then design for the genuine needs of today’s students, researchers and academics at Cambridge University. WhoHas? ...