Looking for advice,
At this point in the process, I have been continuing to look for business cases that discuss the launch in ENT2.0 for the purpose of my content analysis. Part of the difficulty I have seen is the raw cases don’t really exist in press of any sorts – they have all be “pre-synthesized” by the authors such that an attempt toward coding seemed like I was coding the RESEARCHER/AUTHORS words and not the actual participants words. I had not worried too much about this, because I had requested a journal 3 weeks ago from the Purdue Library that touted 70 cases of businesses….that I felt confident I could garner text from…
That was until I read this note from the LIBRARY yesterday!!
From: Purdue Libraries Interlibrary Loan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2011 2:30 PM
Subject: Automated Interlibrary Loan Notification
A request you have placed:
Journal or Conference Title: International journal of knowledge and learning.
Volume: 6 Issue: 4 Month: Year: 2008
Pages: 595 – 612
Title: Enterprise 2.0: what models are emerging? The results from a 70 case-based research
Author: Mariano Corso A1, Antonella Martini A2, Andrea Pesoli A3
Year of Publication:
has been cancelled by the interlibrary loan staff for the following reason: We could not fill your request by your deadline.
I am not someone that puts all their eggs in one basket, but I have to say I had never been let down by the univ. Library. After picking myself up off the floor, I need to regroup and come up with a new plan to get some data, and get it fast. I feel I have lost serious time; time I don’t really know how to get back.
Would love anyone’s advice… meanwhile, I am thinking #occupyPULibray