Massey Research Online – now contains over 5000 items

August 21, 2014

Massey Research Online (MRO) has passed the 5000 item mark this month. This means that there are over 5000 full text, Open Access items of high quality Massey University research available to the public via the Web. Making research available in this way removes price barriers, allowing everyone access to publicly funded research. Work in Massey Research Online also has a greater reach as it is indexed by Google, and aggregated by NZResearch.

While the content is predominantly theses at this stage (~1850 Masters, ~2600 Doctoral), the addition of published research outputs is increasing. Recently added outputs include not only articles but also our first creative work. Here’s a break down of recently added research outputs for the month of August, 2014.

From Associate Professor Ross Flett, School of  Psychology

Flett, R. (2012). ‘To tell or not to tell?’ Managing a concealable identity in the workplace. Vulnerable Groups and Inclusion. 3, 1-9

 

From Professor Marlena Kruger, College of Health

Standardising the Lactulose Mannitol Test of Gut Permeability to Minimise Error and Promote Comparability. PLOS ONE. 9(6),

Effects of ω3- and ω6-polyunsaturated fatty acids on RANKL-induced osteoclast differentiation of RAW264.7 cells: A comparative in vitro study. Nutrients. 6(7), 2584-2601

 Inhibisie van osteoklastvorming en beenresorpsie deur poli-onversadigde vetsure in RAW 264.7 muismonosiete. In Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Notuurwetenskap en Tegnologie Vol. 31 (pp. 318 – 318)

 

From Professor Margaret Walshaw, Institute of Education

Knowledge construction in mathematics education. Mathematics Education Research Journal. 20(1), 1-2

Making a difference through mathematics educational research. Mathematics Education Research Journal. 18(3), 1-2

Mathematics education in the early years: Building bridges. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 10(2), 107-121

Responding to calls for greater accountability. Mathematics Education Research Journal. 19(1), 1-2

 

And finally our Creative Work,

From Associate Professor Kingsley Baird, College of Creative Arts

The Cloak of Peace – Te Korowai Rangimarie

 

A simplified process of getting outputs into Massey Research Online is slowly being disseminated throughout the university community. Stay tuned for more on this exciting project!

 

Amanda Curnow
Web Technologies Librarian

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