Pre-Conference Doctoral Workshop

Pre-Conference Doctoral Workshop Programme and a list of accepted submissions.

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Direct link: ISIC2016_pre-conference-Doctoral-Workshop0909.pdf

 

Accepted Submissions for ISIC 2016 Pre-Conference Doctoral Workshop:

Author Title of the Thesis Proposal Mentor Institution
Aira Pohjanen Information behaviour and special information needs of gender minorities Terttu Kortelainen University of Oulu, FI
Alica Kolarić Understanding adolescent information behavior from the perspective of informed decision making process Coleen Cool and Ivanka Stričević City University of New York, USAUniversity of Zadar, HR
Anna-Maija Huhta New health information literacies – information creation and transforming authority in young people’s multimodal health discourses on social media Maija-Leena Huotari University of Oulu, FI
Cass Mabbott The Information Seeking Behavior of Preschoolers Carol L. Tilley University of Illinois, USA
Frances Ryan Online Reputation Management in a Digital World Hazel Hall Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Iris Buunk The role, use and value of social media and tacit knowledge sharing practices Hazel Hall Edinburgh Napier University, UK
John Mowbray The impact of networking supported by social media on the job search process: an information science perspective Hazel Hall Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Lara Dodd Using social media to capture the information seeking behaviour of aspiring undergraduates. Geoff Walton Northumbria University Newcastle, UK
Lyndsey Jenkins Enhancing the Capacity for Workplace Learning and Innovation in Scotland Hazel Halland Robert Raeside Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Lynne Cole Dyslexia and online search behaviour in undergraduate students A. MacFarlane City University London, UK
Nafiz Shuva The Information Behaviour of South Asian Immigrants in Canada Paulette Rothbauer Western FIMS, CA
Olubukola Oduntan Information Behaviour of Refugees Ian Ruthven University of Strathclyde, UK
Rahmi Rahmi Understanding Disaster Related Information Seeking Behaviour Using Oral Documents Hideo Joho University of Tsukuba, JP
Sarah Albassam Relevance Criteria In Video Leisure Interaction Ian Ruthven University of Strathclyde, UK
Sarah Barriage Examining the Red Thread of Information in Young Children’s Hobbies and Interests Ross J Todd Rutgers, NJ, USA
Susannah Hanlon Contribution of informal communication among political party members to organisational learning Julie McLeod Northumbria University Newcastle, UK
Teemu Mikkonen Justifying the use of internet sources in school assignment on controversial issues Eero Sormunen University of Tampere, FI
Tuulikki Alamettälä Information Literacy Instruction Methods for Lower Secondary Education in Finland Eero Sormunen University of Tampere, FI
Xiaofeng Li Young people’s individual and collaborative information practices in informal learning environments Ross J Todd Rutgers, NJ, USA
Zachary Newell The Impact of Creativity on Information Literacy Instruction Laura Sanders Simmons College, USA

Note: Doctoral Workshop is for doctoral students only, not for the mentors / supervisors and other Conference participants

Presentation from the Minute Madness I Session: Minute-Madness-I-DW-students.pdf