Thursday, October 16, 2014
Call for papers: i3 conference
- How much do we know about the impact of information behaviours and capabilities on the quality and effectiveness of learning, knowledge building and sharing, decision-making and problem solving, creativity, democracy?
- How do information behaviours and literacies contribute to the economic or social value of information assets or the intellectual capital of an organisation?
- How do/can organisations and communities harness their information assets to meet challenges, solve problems, survive and thrive?
- Is there a connection between information and inspiration?
- How well do our models and pedagogies for information literacy relate to real-world information contexts in workplace, community, education or home environments?
- Are new information environments changing the way people seek and use information?
- What are the methodological challenges of addressing such issues?
Go to http://www.rgu.ac.uk/research/conferences/i-2015
Photo by Sheila Webber: cut red devil apple, October 2014