Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Recent articles: Information landscape of refugees; Collaborative inquiry; Politicians use of Twitter; Health literacy; Understanding

The latest issue of the Journal of Information Science (vol. 42, no. 3: priced publication) is a special issue with papers from the i3 conference, and a number of them relate to information literacy, information practice or information behaviour:
- David Bawden and Lyn Robinson: Information and the gaining of understanding
- Annemaree Lloyd and Jane Wilkinson: Knowing and learning in everyday spaces (KALiEds): Mapping the information landscape of refugee youth learning in everyday spaces
- Pia Borlund: Framing of different types of information needs within simulated work task situations: An empirical study in the school context
- Jannica Heinström and Eero Sormunen: Students’ collaborative inquiry – Relation to approaches to studying and instructional intervention
- Alison Hicks and Annemaree Lloyd: It takes a community to build a framework: Information literacy within intercultural settings
- Heidi Enwald et al.: Everyday health information literacy among young men compared with adults with high risk for metabolic syndrome – a cross-sectional population-based study
- Lynn Killick, Hazel Hall, Alistair S Duff, and Mark Deakin: The census as an information source in public policy-making
- Simon Burnett and Lyndsay Bloice: Linking for influence: Twitter linked content in the Scottish Referendum televised debates
- Michael Olsson: Making sense of the past: The embodied information practices of field archaeologists
The contents page is at http://jis.sagepub.com/content/42/3.toc
Photo by Sheila Webber: summer coming along, May 2016

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