Aeronautical engineering

Author: United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch,United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office,United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division,NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility,United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program

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Category: Technology & Engineering

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A selection of annotated references to unclassified reports and journal articles that were introduced into the NASA scientific and technical information system and announced in Scientific and technical aerospace reports (STAR) and International aerospace abstracts (IAA)
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Earth Resources

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Category: Astronautics in earth sciences

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A selection of annotated references to unclassified reports and journal articles that were introduced into the NASA scientific and technical information system and announced in Scientific and technical aerospace reports (STAR) and International Aerospace Abstracts (IAA).
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An Evaluation of Selected NASA Scientific and Technical Information Products: Results of a Pilot Study

Author: National Aeronautics and Space Adm Nasa

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781730925030

Category: Science

Page: 94

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A pilot study was conducted to evaluate selected NASA scientific and technical information (STI) products. The study, which utilized survey research in the form of a self-administered mail questionnaire, had a two-fold purpose -- to gather baseline data regarding the use and perceived usefulness of selected NASA STI products and to develop/validate questions that could be used in a future study concerned with the role of the U.S. government technical report in aeronautics. The sample frame consisted of 25,000 members of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in the U.S. with academic, government or industrial affiliation. Simple random sampling was used to select 2000 individuals to participate in the study. Three hundred fifty-three usable questionnaires (17 percent response rate) were received by the established cutoff date. The findings indicate that: (1) NASA STI is used and is generally perceived as being important; (2) the use rate for NASA-authored conference/meeting papers, journal articles, and technical reports is fairly uniform; (3) a considerable number of respondents are unfamiliar with STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports), IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts), SCAN (Selected Current Aerospace Notices), and the RECON on-line retrieval system; (4) a considerable number of respondents who are familiar with these media do not use them; and (5) the perceived quality of NASA-authored journal articles and technical reports is very good. Pinelli, Thomas E. and Glassman, Myron Langley Research Center...
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Scientific and Technical Communication

A Pressing National Problem and Recommendations for Its Solution

Author: Committee on Scientific and Technical Communication

Publisher: National Academies

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Category: Communication in science

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