Selected References to the Toolkit

The TIDSR Toolkit has been cited in a number of ways: in publications, reports, blog posts, online lists of resources, and in tweets. The following is a partial list of references to the project, in addition to those in the case studies and other sections throughout the site. These links may prove helpful for Toolkit users wishing to discover other relevant resources and projects.


Publications citing the Toolkit

Ayris, P. (2010). The Status of Digitisation in Europe. LIBER Quarterly 19(3/4): 193-226. Available online:‎

Babeu, A. (2011). Rome Wasn't Digitized in a Day. Council on Library and Information Resources Publication 150. Available online:

Blaney, Jonathan. (2014). The Problem of Citation in the Digital Humanities. In: Clare Mills, Michael Pidd and Esther Ward. Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2012. Studies in the Digital Humanities. Sheffield: HRI Online Publications. Available online at:

Bulger, M., Meyer, E.T., de la Flor, G., Terras, M., Wyatt, S., Jirotka, M., Eccles, K. and Madsen, C. (2011) Reinventing research? Information practices in the humanities. A report of the Research Information Network (RIN), April 2011.

Collins, E. and Jubb, M. (2012). How do Researchers in the Humanities Use Information Resources? LIBER Quarterly 21(2) 176-187. Available online:

Comas-Quinn, A., Beaven, T., Pleines, C., Pulker, H., and de los Arcos, B. (2011). Languages Open Resources Online (LORO): Fostering a culture of collaboration and sharing. The Eurocall Review 18. Available online:

Dobreva, M., McCullough, E., Birrell, D., Ünal, Y., and Feliciati, P. (2010). Digital Natives and Specialised Digital Libraries: A Study of Europeana Users.Technological Convergence and Social Networks in Information Management,Communications in Computer and Information Science 96: 45-60. Available online:

Duin, D., King, D., and Van Den Besselaar, P. (2012). Identifying audiences of e-infrastructures - tools for measuring impact. PLoS ONE, 7(12). Available online:

Eccles, K., Thelwall, M. and Meyer, E.T. (2012). Measuring the Web Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources. Journal of Documentation 68(4): 512-526. Available online:

Kelly, E.J. (2014). Assessment of Digitized Library and Archives Materials: A Literature Review. Journal of Web Librarianship 8(4): 384-403. Available online:

Green, H. (2013).Under the Workbench: An analysis of the use and preservation of MONK text mining research software. Literary & Linguistic Computing 28(2). Available online:

Hughes, L.M. (2012). Live and Kicking: The Impact and Sustainability of Digital Collections in the Humanities. In C. Mills, M. Pidd, E. Ward (eds), Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2012. Available online:

Hughes, L.M, Ell, P.S., Knight, G.A.G., Dobreva, M. (2013). Assessing and measuring impact of a digital collection in the
humanities: An analysis of the SPHERE (Stormont Parliamentary Hansards: Embedded in Research and Education) Project. Literary and Linguistic Computing. Available online:

Hughes, L.M., Ell, P.S., Knight, G.A.G., Dobreva, M. (2015). Assessing and measuring impact of a digital collection in the humanities: An analysis of the SPHERE (Stormont Parliamentary Hansards: Embedded in Research and Education) Project. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Jun 2015, 30 (2) 183-198. Available online:

Hunter, D., Hambelton, P. (2011). A bibliometric approach to evaluating the impact of national libraries. Library and Information Research 35(111). Available online:

Kelly, B. (2012).Evidence, Impact, Metrics: Final Report. Bath: UKOLN. Available online:

Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. & Rezaie, S. (2010). Can the impact of scholarly images be assessed online? An exploratory study using image identification technology. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(9), 1734–1744. Available online:

Madsen, C. (2009). A Thoughful Approach to Digitisation. International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications Newsletter No. 40, Winter 2009: 1-3. Available online:

Meyer, E. (2011) Splashes and Ripples: Synthesizing the Evidence on the Impacts of Digital Resources. Report for JISC.

Meyer, E.T., Bulger, M.E., Kyriakidou-Zacharoudiou, A., Power, L., Williams, P., Ventners, W., Terras, M. and Wyatt, S. (2012) Collaborative Yet Independent: Information Practices in the Physical Sciences. Research Information Network (RIN) Report Series.

Marchionni, P. (2009). Why Are Users So Useful? User Engagement and the Experience of the JISC Digitisation Programme. Ariadne 61. Available online:

Maron, N.L. and Pickle, S. (2013). Appraising our Digital Investment: Sustainability of Digitized Special Collections
in ARL Libraries
. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries. Available online:

Marsh, J. and Evans, G. (2012). Generating research income: library involvement in academic research projects. Library and Information Research 36(113): 48-61. Available online:

Mueller, M. (2014). The EEBO-TCP Phase I Public Release. The Spenser Review 44.2.36 (Fall 2014). Available online:

Popham, M. (2010). The Oxford Digital Library. In Collier, M. (Ed.), Business Planning for Digital Libraries: International Approaches. Leuven: Leuven University Press. Chapter 21.

Roemer, R.C., and Borchardt, R. (2012). From bibliometrics to altmetrics: A changing scholarly landscape. College & Research Libraries News 73(10): 596-600. Available online:

Tanner, S. (2012). Measuring the Impact of Digital Resources: The Balanced Value Impact Model. Arcadia. Available online:

Tanner, S., and Deegan, M. (2010). Inspiring Research, Inspiring Scholarship. Kings College London. Available online:

Thelwall, M. (2010).Webometrics: emergent or doomed? iR: informationresearch 15(4). Available online:


Selected projects referencing or using the Toolkit

British History Online: See also reports at:


Great War Community Collection:

HumBox: See also reports at:

Old Bailey Online: See also reports at:

Oxford University Podcasts: See also reports at:

SECT (Sustaining the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership [EEBO-TCP] in Transition):

Siobhan Davies Dance Replay: See also reports at


Stormont Papers: See also reports at

World of Kays: See also for reports.


Resource listings that include the Toolkit

Brigham Young University Digital Humanities:

Digitization 101:



Greater Toronto Area Digital Scholarship:

Imperial College:

Network of Alabama Academic Libraries:



University of California, Santa Barbara:

University of Delaware:

University of Witwatersrand:

World Oral Literature Project:


Selected blog posts about the Toolkit

All you ever wanted to know about bibliometrics and a lot more that you didn't:

Captivate: audience engagement and open educational content in the visual arts:

Digital Impacts:

Eines per mesurar la publicació acadèmica:

Evaluating Engagement Online:

Publish or perish: Improving your H-factor made easy through

TIDSR: un portal “de impacto”:

Tracking digital impact: The challenge of evidencing impact:

#OIIimpacts11 and Evidence-Gathering for JISC Reports, Events, etc.:


Other links about the Toolkit