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User-Driven Planning for Digital-Image Delivery

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Planning for Higher Education Volume 34, Number 3, ISSN 0736-0983


This article draws on two projects funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation concerning the ways colleges and universities can support the legitimate sharing of digital learning resources for scholarly use. The 2001-03 Visual Image User Study (VIUS) assessed the scholarly needs of digital image users-faculty, staff, and students. That study led to the 2003-06 development of LionShare, an authenticated peer-to-peer network for a variety of e-learning resources, including digital images. This article highlights the assessment aspects of those projects. The article is intended for anyone interested in the planning of systems for the management of e-learning resources in higher education.


Pisciotta, H., Halm, M.J. & Dooris, M.J. (2006). User-Driven Planning for Digital-Image Delivery. Planning for Higher Education, 34(3), 27-33. Retrieved May 8, 2021 from .

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