vol. 23 no. 4, December, 2018

Proceedings of ISIC: the information behaviour conference
Krakow, Poland, 9-11 October, 2018: Part 1

T.D. Wilson, The diffusion of information behaviour research across disciplines

Ina Fourie, Tumelo Maungwa and Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson, Subject domain expertise of ISIC2018 reviewer community: a scoping review

Tim Gorichanaz, Perspective in information behaviour research

Heidi Julien, Lynne McKechnie, Sarah Polkinghorne and Roger Chabot, The "user turn" in practice: information behaviour researchers’ constructions of information users

Elena Macevičiūtė and Zinaida Manžuch, Conceptualising the role of digital reading in social and digital inclusion

Ola Pilerot, The practice of public library-work for newly arrived immigrants

Amy VanScoy, Deborah Hicks and Mary Cavanagh, What motivates twitter users to engage with libraries?

Fiona Brown and Kirsty Williamson, The development of legal capability through information use: empirical findings, along with methodological and practical challenges in a mixed methods study

Trine Schreiber, Information stabilisation and destabilisation as potential usable concepts in practice theoretical approaches

Hue Thi Pham and Kirsty Williamson, A two-way street: collaboration and information sharing in academia. A theoretically-based, comparative Australian/Vietnamese study

Marek Deja and Maria Prochnicka, Metadata as a normalising mechanism for information-transfer behaviour in higher education institutions: the information culture perspective

Jela Steinerova, Perceptions of the information environment by researchers: a qualitative study

Tumelo Maungwa and Ina Fourie, Exploring and understanding the causes of competitive intelligence failures: an information behaviour lens

Anika Meyer, Preben Hansen, and Ina Fourie, Assessing the potential of third space to design a creative virtual academic space based on findings from information behaviour

Naailah Parbhoo-Ebrahim and Ina Fourie, Which lens for a study of information retrieval systems for cold case investigations - activity theory, systems or ecological approach?

Waseem Afzal, Weaving an affective framework for information behaviour research: a consideration of ‘trilogy of mind’ and ‘flow’

Farhan Ahmad and Gunilla Widén, Information literacy at workplace: the organizational leadership perspective

Thanks to Marek Deja and colleagues, of the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, for organizing the conversion of the papers to html. The papers were double-blind, peer-reviewed for the Conference but have not been through the journal's copy-editing and final proof-reading and, in general, may not fully conform to the journal's style requirements and standards. The remaining papers will be published with Volume 24, No. 1, March, 2019