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To be included in this collection the publication must meet the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) definition of research and:

  • be a major work of scholarship
  • be offered for sale as bound hard copies, packaged CD-ROMs or subscription/fee based e-books
  • have an International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
  • be written entirely by a single author, or by joint authors who share responsibility for the whole book
  • have been published by a commercial publisher

The types of books that may meet the criteria include:

  • critical scholarly texts (e.g. music, medieval or classical texts)
  • new interpretations of historical events
  • new ideas or perspectives based on established research findings

The types of books that are unlikely to meet the criteria include:

  • textbooks
  • anthologies
  • edited books
  • creative works such as novels
  • translations
  • revisions or new editions

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  • De Vincenti, Gloria (Angelo Longo Editore, 2013)
    This book explores the theory of creativity in the Second Florentine Futurism avant-garde movement (1916-1918), and brings to light a distinctive trend within Italian Futurism. It challenges theoretical positions which ...
  • Iedema, Roderick; Mesman, Jessica; Carroll, Katherine (Radcliffe, 2013)
    Why is it that in spite of all the health policy reforms, clinical practice innovations, increasing inter-sectoral inter-dependencies and new medical and information technologies, so little has changed in the way we research ...
  • Cranny-Francis, Anne (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
    Technology and Touch addresses the development of a range of new touch technologies, both technologies that we reach out to touch (such as keyboards and consoles) and technologies that touch us (such as new prosthetics, ...
  • Vulture 
    Van Dooren, Thom (Reaktion Books, 2011)
    Simply because they are large scavenging birds, vultures are often viewed as harbingers of death. But, as Thom van Dooren shows in this cultural and natural history, that dominant association leaves us with a very ...