David Stuart

Writer, Researcher, and Consultant


Professional magazines

Stuart, D. (2014). Libraries could play a key role in managing research data. Research Information. December/January, 16-17.

Stuart, D. (2014). Publication metrics in a changing landscape. Research Information. Issue 72 - June/ July, 16-17.

Stuart, D. (2014). Librarians should embrace Linked Data. Research Information. Issue 71 - April/May, 14-15.

Stuart, D. (2014). Library and Information Professionals: Builders of the Ontological Universe. ONLINE Searcher, 38(1), 10-15.

Stuart, D. (2013). From collection enhancement to undiscovered public knowledge. Research Information. Issue 69 - December/January, 13-14.

Stuart, D. (2013). Information professionals could do more for data. Research Information. Issue 66 - June/July, 11-13.

Stuart, D. (2012). Making metrics more relevant. Research Information. Issue 63 - December/January, 13-16.

Stuart, D. (2012). Technology threats to privacy and information access. Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals, 36(5), p. 35-37.

Stuart, D. (2012). Web 2.0 in libraries should be more than social media. Research Information. Issue 60 - June/July, 13-14.

Stuart, D. (2011). The need for distributed social network sites. Social Media Monthly.

Stuart, D. (2011). Google Plus: Do you need to join another social network site? Research Information. Issue 57 - December/ January, 10.

Stuart, D. (2011). The problem with measuring Twitter. Research Information. Issue 56 - October/November, 18-19.

Stuart, D. (2011). Current research assessment could miss the big picture. Research Information. Issue 54 - June/July, p. 16-18.

Stuart, D. (2011). Opening library data. Research Information. Issue 53 -April/May, p. 16-17.

Stuart, D. (2011). Programming Librarians in the Web of Data. Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals, 35(2) - March/April, p.42-44.

Stuart, D. (2010). RDF triples make web connectionsResearch Information. Issue 50 - October/November, p. 24-25.

Stuart, D. (2010). Librarians and researchers network online. Research Information. Issue 49 - August/September, p.12-13.

Stuart, D. (2010). Open Science Coming of Age. Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals. 34(4), p.14-17.

Stuart, D. (2010). Networking sites help align publishers with customers. Research Information. Issue 48 - June/July, p.18-19.

Stuart, D. (2010). Linked Data and Government Data: More Than Mere Semantics  Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals. 34(3) - May/June, p.36-39.

Stuart, D. (2010). Embracing the semantic web. Research Information. Issue 47 - April/May, p.26.

Stuart, D. (2010). Waving Goodbye to Email: Could Google Wave Kill Email? Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals. 34(2) - March/April, p.31-33.

Stuart, D. (2010). Web 3.0 promises change for libraries. Research Information. Issue 46 - February/March, p.12-13.

Stuart, D. (2010). What are Libraries doing on Twitter? Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals. 34(1) - January/February, p.45-47.  

Stuart, D. (2009). Programming skills could transform librarians' roles. Research Information. Issue 45 - December/January, p.20-21.

Stuart, D. (2009). Social Media Metrics. Online: Exploring Technology Resources for Information Professionals. 33(6) - November/December, p.22-24.  

Stuart, D. (2009). Web 2.0 fails to excite today's researchers. Research Information. Issue 44 - October/November, p.16-17.

Stuart, D. (2009). Enterprise 2.0. VIP Magazine. 25 August 2009.

Stuart, D. (2009). Debate: Is Twitter Innovative or Just an Interruption? JISC INFORM. Issue 25 - 15 June, p.20.

In the News

Students and tutors ready to embrace the Twitter bug. Times Higher Education. 26 March 2009.

Why Facebook Trumped ITV's Friends Reunited. Sky News Online. 4 March, 2009.

Is the future in bits? BBC News. 3 December 2008.

In the media

From time to time I am asked by the media to venture opinions on various parts of the web, both as commissioned articles in professional magazines and comments for news organisations. Some of these are listed here.

Contact Me

If you have any questions, or would like to know how I can help your organization, please feel free to contact me.

email: info@davidstuart.co.uk

mobile: +44(0)750 668 0243