vol. 19 no. 4, December, 2014

Proceedings of ISIC: the information behaviour conference, Leeds, 2-5 September, 2014: Part 1.

Thanks to Corin Nanton, of MEETinLEEDS, the conference, meeting and events facilities of the University of Leeds, for the conversion of the papers to html. The papers were peer-reviewed for the Conference but have not been through the journal's copy-editing and final proof-reading and, in general, may not conform to the journal's style requirements and standards. The remaining papers will be published with Volume 20, No. 1, March, 2015

Full papers

Fatmah Almehmadi, Mark Hepworth and Sally Maynard, A framework for understanding information sharing: an exploration of the information sharing experiences of female academics in Saudi Arabia

Anna Suorsa and Maija-Leena Huotari, Knowledge creation in interactive events. A pilot study in the Joy of Reading programme.

Brigit van Loggem, 'Nobody reads the documentation': true or not?

Helena Lee and Natalie Pang, Responding to the haze: information cues and incivility in the online small world

Ching Seng Yap, Boon Liat Cheng and Kum Lung Choe, Web 2.0 as a tool for market intelligence acquisition in the Malaysian hotel industry

Zinaida Manzuch and Elena Maceviciute, Library user studies for strategic planning

Cecilia Gärdén, Helena Francke, Anna Hampson Lundh and Louise Limberg, A matter of facts? Linguistic tools in the context of information seeking and use in schools

Gunilla Widén, Jela Steinerová and Peter Voisey, Conceptual modelling of workplace information practices: a literature review

Ina Fourie and Heidi Julien, Ending the dance: a research agenda for affect and emotion in studies of information behaviour

Jyoti L Mishra, Factors affecting group decision making: an insight on information practices by investigating decision making process among Tactical Commanders.

Jenna Hartel, Information behaviour illustrated

J. Tuomas Harviainen and Reijo Savolainen, Information as capability for action and capital in synthetic worlds

Elke Greifeneder, Trends in information behaviour research.

Natalie Pang, Crisis-based information seeking: monitoring versus blunting in the information seeking behaviour of working students during the Southeast Asian Haze Crisis

Ariadne Chloe Furnival and Nelson Sebastian Silva-Jerez, The general public's access and use of health information: a case study from Brazil

Jenny Bronstein, Is this OCD?: Exploring conditions of information poverty in online support groups dealing with obsessive compulsive disorder

Marzena Świgoń, Personal knowledge and information management behaviour in the light of the comparative studies among Polish and German students.

Lilach Manheim, Information non-seeking behaviour

Short papers

Manca Noc and Maja Zumer, Eliciting mental models of music resources: a research agenda

Melanie Benson and Andrew Cox, Visual and creative methods and quality in information behaviour research

Geoff Walton and Jamie Cleland, Information literacy in higher education - empowerment or reproduction? A discourse analysis approach

Leslie Thomson and Mohammad Jarrahi, Contextualising information practices and personal information management in mobile work

Graeme Baxter and Rita Marcella, The 2014 Scottish independence referendum: a study of voters' online information behaviour.

Martha Sabelli, Health care information for youth in vulnerability contexts: designing a website with an interdisciplinary and participatory approach

Emma Dunkerley, David Allen, Alan Pearman, Stan Karanasios and Jeremy Crump, The influence of social media on information sharing and decision making in policing: research in progress.

Chandramohan Ramaswami, Murugiah Murugathasan, Puvandren Narayanasamy, and Christopher S.G. Khoo, A survey of information sharing on Facebook