His main research concerns World Wide Web, Information seeking, The Internet, Public relations and Library science. His World Wide Web research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Service information and Reading. His Information seeking study incorporates themes from Context, Mathematics education, Information management, Transaction log and Session.
His work carried out in the field of The Internet brings together such families of science as Data collection, Computer-assisted web interviewing, Information behaviour, Reliability and Spina bifida. His Public relations research includes themes of Benchmarking, Scientific communication, Point, Social media and Operations research. His Subject study in the realm of Library science connects with subjects such as Electronic book and Academic community.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in World Wide Web, Public relations, The Internet, Health care and Library science. His World Wide Web research integrates issues from Health information, Information seeking and Internet privacy. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Publishing, Scholarly communication, Context, Reputation and Social media.
His The Internet study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Advertising. His research integrates issues of Nursing, Social support, Family medicine, Qualitative research and Focus group in his study of Health care. His Qualitative research research is mostly focused on the topic Grounded theory.
David Nicholas mostly deals with Public relations, Autism, Autism spectrum disorder, Health care and Early career. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Publishing, Scholarly communication, Social media and Reputation. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Quality of life under Autism, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public policy.
His study in Autism spectrum disorder is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Service delivery framework, Inclusion, Applied psychology and Clinical psychology. His Health care research includes elements of Nursing, Social support, Family medicine, Coping and Qualitative research. His Usage data study is focused on World Wide Web in general.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Early career and Social media. David Nicholas has included themes like Publishing, Scholarly communication, Citation, Reputation and Value in his Public relations study. His Autism spectrum disorder research integrates issues from Service delivery framework, Inclusion, Emergency department and Clinical psychology.
His Autism study combines topics in areas such as Capacity building, Community engagement, Applied psychology and Quality of life. His research in Social media intersects with topics in Outreach and Reading. His research combines World Wide Web and Information behavior.
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The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future
Ian Rowlands;David Nicholas;Peter Williams;Paul Huntington.
Aslib Proceedings (2008)
Social media use in the research workflow
Ian Rowlands;David Nicholas;Bill Russell;Nicholas Canty.
Learned Publishing (2011)
Assessing Information Needs: Tools, Techniques and Concepts for the Internet Age
The IMPACT questionnaire: a valid measure of health-related quality of life in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease.
Anthony Otley;Claire Smith;David Nicholas;Marla Munk.
Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (2002)
What do faculty and students really think about e‐books?
Ian Rowlands;David Nicholas;Hamid R. Jamali;Paul Huntington.
Aslib Proceedings (2007)
Literature and Bibliometrics
David Nicholas;Maureen Ritchie.
Scholarly communication in the digital environment: what do authors want?
Ian Rowlands;David Nicholas;Paul Huntington.
Learned Publishing (2004)
A user‐oriented evaluation of digital libraries: case study the “electronic journals” service of the library and information service of the University of Patras, Greece
Maria Monopoli;David Nicholas;Panagiotis Georgiou;Marina Korfiati.
Aslib Proceedings (2002)
UK scholarly e‐book usage: a landmark survey
David Nicholas;Ian Rowlands;David J. Clark;Paul Huntington.
aslib journal of information management (2008)
Scholarly e-books: the views of 16,000 academics Results from the JISC National E-Book Observatory
R M Hamid Jamali;David Nicholas;Ian Rowlands.
Aslib Proceedings (2009)
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