By Larry Bartlett
Как-то в моих руках оказалась книга, произведшая в моем мозгу локальную революцию. Я увидел какой меры гибкости может достигать процесс классической ручной желатиново-серебряной печати! Где возможные границы манипулирования руками и всякими-разными подручными средствами...Книга называется BlackWhite. Photographic printing workshop, авторов Larry Bartlett и Jon Tarrant.
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Questions posed to intrastate reviewers of the state reports included: • • what do you believe to be the main challenges facing the IS academic discipline in your state today? what do you believe to be the main opportunities facing the IS academic discipline in your state today? The next section briefly reviews literature on past studies of the IS discipline and relevant theory. The subsequent section summarises the overall study approach, with emphasis on repeatability—a key study aim. Overall study outcomes are then related.
1 represent those components that were completed in the first execution, with the detailed Australian results reported in a special issue of AJIS. Unshaded ovals represent components that are in progress—for example, Mainland China Case Study, IS Research Issues Delphi Study—and dashed ovals represent planned components soon to begin (note that further study components are expected to evolve). The phase one Australian study (IS-in-Oz) design A meeting of a subgroup of the IS-in-PA study team in Auckland in January 2004 (Gable, Huff and Felix Tan, Auckland University of Technology, who was then the elected AIS Region 3 Council Representative) resulted in a proposal to conduct a multiple-case study of the Australian states—the IS-in-Oz study.
Key mechanisms were: 1) selection of the study team; 2) review of draft state reports by interviewees; 3) review of state reports by intrastate experts; and 4) global review of the draft special issue by appropriate experts. Selection of the study team In establishing the study team, Australia-wide representation was sought; this suggested state-based case reports. Senior and long-standing IS academics were approached; in most cases, those contacted first welcomed involvement but with some changes to the composition of the team over the course of the study.