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Development and assessment of the content validity of a scale to measure how well a digital environment facilitates serendipity
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Making sense of document collections with map-based visualisations: the role of interaction with representations
Untangling the evidence: introducing an empirical model for evidence-based library and information practice
Barbara Niedźwiedzka, Mario Mazzocchi, Jessica Aschemann-Witzel, Laura Gennaro, Wim Verbeke and W. Bruce Traill
Determinants of information behaviour and information literacy related to healthy eating among Internet users in five European countries
Heather O'Brien, Luanne Freund and Stina Westman
What motivates the online news browser? News item selection in a social information seeking scenario
Patricio Esteban Ramírez-Correa, Francisco Javier Rondán-Cataluña and Jorge Arenas-Gaitán
An empirical analysis of mobile Internet acceptance in Chile
Kevin McCormack and Peter Trkman
The influence of information processing needs on the continuous use of business intelligence
Constance Bitso and Ina Fourie
Information-seeking behaviour of prospective geography teachers at the National University of Lesotho
Modes of access: the influence of dissemination channels on the use of open access monographs
Nicolai Pogrebnyakov and Mikael Buchmann
The role of perceived substitution and individual culture in the adoption of electronic newspapers in Scandinavia
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Student search behaviour in an online public access catalogue: an examination of 'searching mental models' and 'searcher self-concept'
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