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Making Sense of Server Logs: Using Routine Data to Understand

Speaker(s): Richard Procter

Session Abstract

This paper reports a novel research approach in which routine server data collected from Sakai provide a 'focus' for semi-structured interviews in the course of which research participants are involved in a process of co-interpretation and sense-making about emerging trends in individual and group behaviour online.

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