ISIC2020 SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED – PRELIMINARY LIST (we are waiting for a few more confirmations)

  • Naresh Agarwal (USA): The many meanings of context: Can we arrive at a shared understanding?
  • Gunilla Widén (Finland): Infodemic – the challenges of making sense of information disorder and what is the cure?
  • Archie Dick (South Africa): South Africa’s long walk to information freedom.
  • Panel discussions
  • Exploring the affective dimensions of archives: Wendy Duff, Heather MacNeil, Jennifer Douglas, Henria Aton
  • Information behaviour and practice research for social impact: Heidi Julien, Rebekah Willson, Ian Ruthven and Nicole Dalmer
  • What’s fun got to do with it? What fun-life contexts teach us about the bounds of context: Melissa G. Ocepek, Gary Burnett, Eric Forcier and Yazdan Mansourian
  • Workshops
  • Workshop 1 – Introduction into interactive information retrieval and user experience: Elke Greifeneder & Maria Gäde
  • Workshop 2 – Synergy through diversity: Creating innovation through bonded design: Valerie Nesset and J. Brice Bible (Time zone: USA)
  • Full papers accepted
    Information making related information needs and the credibility of information
    Isto Huvila
    Information behaviour of parents of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD): a case study
    Raquel Chávez and Martha Sabelli
    Changing taxpayers’ beliefs with information that enables making sense of taxes: the case of Lithuania
    Arūnas Gudinavičius
    Teen engagements with data in an after-school data literacy program at the public library
    Leanne Bowler, Manuela Aronofsky, Genevieve Milliken and Amelia Acker
    The interplay between literacy and digital technology: A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis approach
    Shahrokh Nikou, Andrea Molinari and Gunilla Widén
    Digital deception in cybersecurity: an information behaviour lens
    Moses .T., Dlamini, Hein S., Venter, Jan H.P. Eloff and Mariki M. Eloff
    Serendipity as chaos or discovery – exploring the role of personality and sense of coherence
    Jannica Heinström and Eero Sormunen
    When social networks sites prevail: the information experience of chest/breastfeeders who only express their milk
    Fiona Jardine
    Contextual information behaviour analysis of grief and bereavement: temporal and spatial factors, multiplicity of contexts and person-in-progressive situation
    Ina Fourie
    Information behaviour and information practices of academic librarians: a scoping review to guide studies on their learning in practice
    Marguerite Nel
    A participatory design informed framework for information behaviour studies
    Anika Meyer, Ina Fourie and Preben Hansen
    How experiences reported on intermediary information seeking from inter-disciplinary contexts can inform a study on competitive intelligence professionals
    Tumelo Maungwa and Ina Fourie
    Information worlds of people with deafblindness
    Nasrine Olson and Elena Maceviciute
    Information-related behaviour as meaning-making processes – a study of science centre visitors
    Mette Skov and Marianne Lykke
    Information support system for Alzheimer’s disease patients’ caregivers in Croatia: A phenomenological approach
    Kornelija Petr Balog, Sanjica Faletar Tanacković and Sanda Erdelez
    Human information behaviour in conversation: understanding the influence of informal conversation on learning in a political party
    Susannah Hanlon and Julie McLeod
    Emotions associated with failed searches in digital library
    Maram Barifah and Monica Landoni
    Support versus restriction: parents’ influence on young children’s information behaviour in connection with mobile devices
    Kirsten Schlebbe
    Short papers accepted
    Old women and tablets: information behaviour in unfavourable contexts and social mediators
    Martha Sabelli
    A life goals perspective on the information behaviour of elderly adults
    Zinaida Manžuch and Elena Macevičiūtė
    Investigating the ‘why?’ rather than the ‘how?’: current research priorities on the influence of culture on new-comer populations’ use of public libraries
    Rachel Salzano, Hazel Hall and Gemma Webster
    Systematic reviews as object to study relevance assessment processes
    Ingeborg Jäger-Dengler-Harles, Tamara Heck and Marc Rittberger
    Information literacy as a joint competence shaped by everyday life and workplace roles amongst Scottish community councillors
    Peter Cruickshank, Hazel Hall and Bruce Ryan
    Adventures in “Winter Wonderland” – observing user behaviour in a digital twin bookstore
    Maria Gaede and Elke Greifeneder
    Adding the information literacy perspective to the refugee integration research discourse: a scoping literature review
    Eeva-Liisa Eskola, Khadijah Khan and Gunilla Widén
    Information experience in a diaspora small world
    Priya Kizhakkethil
    Diffusion of information behaviour theory into education for reference service
    Amy Vanscoy, Heidi Julien and Alison Harding
    The influence of spatial attributes and users’ information behaviour in academic library spaces
    Caroline Ilako
    The cultural landscapes of women refugees in Sweden – a road to information and integration
    Khadijah Khan and Eeva-Liisa Eskola
    Poster presentations accepted
    Investigation of online information seeking behaviour of female librarians in selected universities in Nigeria
    Saturday U. Omeluzor
    The relationship between culture and public library use: non-Western students in Scotland
    Rachel Salzano, Hazel Hall and Gemma Webster
    The capability of search tools to retrieve words with specific properties from large text collections
    Liezl Ball and Theo Bothma
    Pathways to research participant recruitment in a challenging information behaviour context: South African cold case investigators as exemplar
    Naailah Parbhoo-Ebrahim and Ina Fourie
    Assisting information practice: from information intermediary to digital proxy
    Peter Cruickshank, Gemma Webster and Frances Ryan
    Volunteers’ strategies for managing challenges with information in the asylum process
    Hilda Ruokolainen
    Investigating reading culture in Tanzania
    Jamillah Gabriel
    Towards a definition of metaskills
    Katherine Stephens, Laura Muir and Hazel Hall
    Students accepted for the doctoral workshop
  • Rachel Salzano: Multiple influences shape information behaviours
  • Claes Dahlqvist: Teaching students information seeking behaviour and its impact on their information literacy
  • Magdeline Mmapula Mashilo: Information behaviour of people with visual impairments in the Suurman Library, Tshwane
  • Mary Acanit: The use of e-resources by postgraduate engineering students in Kyambogo University, Uganda
  • Khadijah Saeed Khan: Information practices of women refugees in Finland and Sweden – a socio-cultural integration perspective
  • Katherine Stephen: Metaskills maturity for future workplaces
  • Okere, Oluchi Ojinamma: Assessment of the utilisation of Academic Social Networking Sites by researchers in Universities in South West, Nigeria