Papers of the ISCI Doctoral Workshop on information behaviour, 2000

Doctoral Workshop Papers from "Information Seeking in Context" - an International Conference on Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 2000

Facilitating access to and use of bioinformatics resources, by Joan C. Bartlett

A model of cognitive load for IR: implications for user relevance feedback interaction, by Jonathan Back and Charles Oppenheim

The creation of bent knowledge: how lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth negotiate and reconfigure homophobic and heterosexist discourse, by Steven Joyce

Student learning as information behaviour: exploring assessment task processes, by Nicola Parker

Information strategies and professional identity: a study of nursesí experiences of information at the workplace, by Olof Sundin

Information-seeking behaviour of distance learning students, by Gudrún Thórsteinsdóttir

The use of the Internet by academics in the discipline of English literature: a quantitative and qualitative approach, by Wendy Shaw

Information Research, Volume 6 No. 2 January 2001
Papers from the Doctoral Workshop, ISIC3, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 2000  Location:   © the authors, 2001.
Last updated: 5th January 2001