Winning Web sites: Researching gambling on the Internet
Stevens, Rhys M. G.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
On-line reports and papers are an increasingly popular way to distribute research findings. This trend seems to be especially true for the field of gambling and gaming research. New reports can be disseminated from Web sites to the rest of the Internet-connected world almost instantaneously. Oftentimes, these on-line reports contain more complete and detailed information than subsequent journal articles that report the same findings. As a librarian for the Alberta Gaming Research Institute, I’ve had the opportunity to identify hundreds of Web sites that include such reports. This review summarizes a number of these sites that provide access to original research reports and studies in electronic formats — generally HTML or PDF files (which are viewable in most current Web browsers).
eGambling: The Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues is available online from <http://www.camh.net/egambling/>.
Gambling -- Research -- Bibliography , Gambling
Stevens, R. (2002). Winning Web sites: Researching gambling on the Internet. eGambling: The Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues, 7.