Marcia Bates | A proto-paradigm for information science research.
Theories, perspectives, and concepts
Jonathan Furner, Fidelia Ibekwe and Briony Birdi | From words to actions: assessing the impact of antiracist declarations in library and information science.
Björn Hammarfelt | Fences or stacks: theoretical considerations regarding references in patents.
Juliana Mestre | Derrida and digital libraries: exploring the impossibility of virtual hospitality.
Shirley Chan and Ann-Sofie Klareld | Platform or infrastructure? Perhaps both? Detangling the two concept’s knotty cross-articulations.
Olle Sköld, Lisa Börjesson and Isto Huvila | Interrogating paradata.
Mary Greenshields and Lisa M Given | Are we there yet?: Feminist approaches in information science.
Randolf Mariano | Searching for a theory and concept of library diplomacy: a theoretical review.
Physical & mental health—information needs
Jesper Gabs Jensen, Emil Petersen and Tove Faber Frandsen | Seeking and avoiding information: a qualitative study of the information behaviour of cancer patients.
Tim Gorichanaz | Theorizing information sources for hope: belief, desire, imagination, and metacognition.
Alison Hicks and Annemaree Lloyd | Risk and vaccine hesitancy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pranay Nangia and Ian Ruthven | Spiritual needs and modern librarianship: a survey of practising librarians in a Western context.
Librarians’ role and competencies
Camilla Moring and Trine Schreiber | Organizing professionalism. A discussion of library professionals’ role and competences in co-creation processes.
Claes Dahlqvist | Understanding information-seeking achievement emotions - exploring a cognitive appraisal theory framework.
Tayo Nagasawa | Collaboration between academics and librarians in information literacy instruction at Aalto University following a decentralising restructure.
Fredrik Hanell, Joacim Hansson and Hanna Carlsson | Public libraries in a changed political landscape: results from a survey on political influence on South Swedish public libraries.
Janicke Stensvaag Kaasa and Åse Kristine Tveit | Teenagers in the library: participatory mediation practices.
Rachel Salzano, Hazel Hall, Gemma Webster and David Brazier | Is the public library included? An analysis of local government documentation on the integration of forced migrants in Scotland.
Tom Potash and Avshalom Elmalech | Behaviour of consumers and information providers during a pandemic: analysis of information related to Covid-19 and the way consumers in social media reacted.
Public libraries and public space
Lisa Engström | Arenas for conflict or cohesion? Rethinking public libraries as potentially democratic spheres.
Karen Nowé Hedvall, Malin Ögland and Jenny Lindberg | Digital first: challenges for public and regional libraries in Sweden.
Information and embodied information
Niloofar Solhjoo | I can tell he is in a good mood. Embodied aspects of information in human-animal relationship.
Laura Williams | Performing information: exploring conceptualisations of embodied.
Jutta Haider, Malte Rödl and Sofie Joosse | Algorithmically embodied emissions: the environmental harm of everyday life information in digital culture.
Björn Ekström | Unfolding material constraints and opportunities in biodiversity citizen science information practices.
Tomoya Igarashi, Masanori Koizumi and Naomi Wake | The impact and concept of public libraries in the 21st century.
Marika Kawamoto, Motoko Yamagishi, Håkon Larsen and Masanori Koizumi | Promoting libraries as democratic spaces through governmental and municipal library strategies: Norwegian library strategies post 2014 law changes.
Motoko Yamagishi, Masanori Koizumi, Michael M. Widdersheim and Tomoya Igarash | Topic modelling of diverse events in the 21st century public library: a case analysis of New York Public Library.
Information literacy / Facts checking
Sara Ahlryd | Bridging the gap - students’ information practices in the transition to working life.
Hilda Ruokolainen | A methodological approach to misinformation: an analysis of the data creation process in two interview studies.
Antonella Foderaro and David Gunnarsson Lorentzen | Facts and arguments checking: investigating the occurrence of scientific argument on Twitter.
Jesper Solheim Johansen and Pia Borlund | Academic information searching and learning by use of Keenious and Google Scholar: a pilot study.
Reading / Literature
Anna Lundh, Åse Hedemark and Linnéa Lindsköld | Critical studies of reading: Consolidating a research approach.
Kjell Skjerdingstad and Knut Oterholm | From readers’ advisory to literary advocacy–a conceptual exploration.
Kerstin Rydbeck, Jamie Johnston, Ágústa Pálsdóttir, Mahmood Khosrowjerdi, Andreas Vårheim, Ragnar Audunson, Casper Hvenegaard Rasmussen and Henrik Jochumsen | Social Reading and the public sphere in Nordic public libraries: a comparative study.