Dr Paul Gooding
- Senior Lecturer in Information Studies (Information Studies)
Dr. Paul Gooding is a Senior Lecturer in Information Studies at the University of Glasgow. His research focuses on evaluating the impact of digital library collections on institutions and users, and how library and archival collections can be harnessed for innovative reuse in the Digital Humanities. He is particularly interested in the interaction between digital materials, user behaviour, and legal/institutional frameworks for collection development. He is the author of Historic Newspapers in the Digital Age: "Search All About It!" (Routledge, 2016), and co-editor of the forthcoming Electronic Legal Deposit: Shaping the Library Collections of the Future (Facet Publishing). He has a track record of publications that span Digital Humanities and Library and Information Studies.
Paul's funded projects include Digital Library Futures, which investigates the impact of non-print legal deposit upon academic legal deposit libraries in the United Kingdom, and the AHRC-funded Network to Investigate the Development of a Global Dataset of Digitised Texts. He has published broadly on topics relating to digital collections and user behaviour, and undertakes research into DH pedagogy for Postgraduate Research students. He is an Associate Editor for Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, a member of the AHRC Peer Review College, and a Current Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Paul is an experienced information professional who previously worked as a librarian with BBC Sport. His TV credits include the Open Golf, the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. He holds an BA in English Literature from the University of East Anglia, and an MA in Library and Information Studies (2007) and a PhD in Digital Humanities (2014) from University College London.
Gooding, P. (2016) Historic Newspapers in the Digital Age: 'Search All About It!'. Series: Digital research in the arts and humanities. Routledge: Abingdon. ISBN 9781472463388 (doi: 10.4324/9781315586830)
Gooding, P. , Terras, M. and Berube, L. (2019) Towards User-Centric Evaluation of UK Non-Print Legal Deposit: a Digital Library Futures White Paper. Project Report. Digital Library Futures.
- Digital Library Futures: the Impact of E-Legal Deposit in the Academic Sector (2017-2019).
AHRC Early Career Research Grant award AH/P005845/2 £202,185.
Paul Gooding (PI) and Melissa Terras (Co-I).
- Developing a Network to Investigate the Development of a Global Dataset of Digitised Texts (2019-2020).
AHRC US/UK Networking Grant award AH/S012397/1 £48,314.
Paul Gooding (PI) and Michael Furlough (Co-I).
- AELIOAN (Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Organisations)
AHRC/NEH New Directions for Digital Scholarship Grant award AH/V009443/1 £48,572.
Lise Jaillant (PI), Glen Worthey (Co-PI), Claire Warwick (Co-I) and Paul Gooding (Co-I)
- Atuma, Kenneth
Record keeping and accountability in the Nigerian public sector: user perspective
- Gambell, Sarah
The tactical value of digitisation for the preservation of cultural heritage in conflict
- Matthews, Miriam
Digital Doctrines in Glasgow Museums: Digital interactive technologies and their influence on the relationships, networks and practices of Glasgow Museums, 1989-2019
- Nam, Hye Lim
Mental Models of the Organisation of Scholarly Information Across the Academy: Disciplinary Similarities and Differences
- O'Leary, Eleanor
Valuing the Gaming Community: Preserving MMOs Through Co-Creation
Paul teaches across a range of courses at Undergraduate Postgraduate level. He is convenor of the following courses:
Digital Media and Information Studies:
Information Management and Preservation:
He also lectures on other courses including Introduction to Digital Humanities, IMP and MS Dissertations, and guest lectures on a variety of other courses.
Professional activities & recognition
Grant committees & research advisory boards
- 2016 - 2020: AHRC, Peer Review College
- 2017: British Library, Heritage Made Digital Newspapers Advisory Board
- 2015: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities