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Conference programme

ISIC 2018 – The Information Behaviour Conference

Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, 9-11 October 2018

 

PROGRAMME - the second draft

The programme may change

  

Full papers – 30 minutes, short papers (in blue) - 20 minutes

Monday, 8 October 2018

a day before an official opening of the conference

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

4 Prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza Street, 3rd Campus of the Jagiellonian University

10.00 – 18.00

Pre-conference doctoral workshop

Rooms: ……………….

Convenors: Camilla Moring, University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Nicola Parker, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.

Mentors (in alphabetical order): Paul Dourish , Lisa Given, Heidi Julien, Louise Limberg, Camilla Moring, Nicola Parker, Ian Ruthven (this is not a complete list yet)

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Jagiellonian University - Collegium Novum

24 Gołębia Street, Assembly Hall (1st floor)

9.00 - onwards Registration
9.45 - 10.00 Opening of the conference
10.00 - 10.15 Welcome speech from the ISIC Permanent Committee
10.15 - 11.00

Plenary session 1

Chair: ………………………………….

Keynote speech 1: Lisa Given

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee break
11.30 - 13.00

Plenary session 2

Chair: ………………………………….

Keynote speech 2: Paul Dourish

Keynote speech 3: Sabina Cisek & Monika Krakowska

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 15.30

Session A

Theme: Information behaviour domain

Chair: ……………………………….

  • Thomas 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

15.30 – 15.45 Coffee break
15.45 - 17.35

Session B

Theme: General theories and concepts in information behaviour research

Chair: ………………………………

  • Heidi Julien, Lynne McKechnie, Sarah Polkinghorne and Roger Chabot. The user turn in practice: information behaviour researchers’ constructions of information users
  • Olof Sundin. Facts, fake and information literacy: a conceptual discussion of critical evaluation of information
  • Trine Schreiber. Information stabilisation and – destabilisation as potential usable concepts in practice theoretical approaches
  • Michael Ridley. The autonomous turn in information behaviour

Collegium Maius, Jagiellonian Hall,

15 Jagiellońska Street

18.00 - 20.00

ISIC Permanent Committee meeting

(with refreshments)

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

4 Prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza Street, 3rd Campus of the Jagiellonian University

8.30 - 10.20

Session C, room:

Theme: Information literacy

Chair: ………………………

  • Jannica Heinström and Eero Sormunen. Structure to the unstructured - Guided Inquiry Design as a pedagogical practice for teaching inquiry and information literacy skills
  • Farhan Ahmad and Gunilla Widén. Information literacy at workplace: the organizational leadership perspective
  • Ann-Britt Enochsson. Teenage pupils’ information literacy related to the Internet
  • David Brazier, Geoff Walton and Morgan Harvey. An investigation into Scottish teenagers’ information literacy and search skills

Session D, room: .............

Theme: Methodology of information behaviour research

Chair: …………………………

  • Fiona Brown and Kirsty Williamson. Using mixed methods to explore the role of information use in developing legal capability: theoretical considerations and practical challenges
  • Naailah Parbhoo-Ebrahim and Ina Fourie. Which lens for a study of information retrieval systems for cold case investigation - activity theory, systems or ecological approach?
  • Carla Teixeira Lopes and Bárbara Guimarães Da Silva. A classification scheme for analyses of messages exchanged in online health forums
  • Waseem Afzal. Weaving the affective research framework for information behaviour: a look at the ‘trilogy of mind’ and ‘flow’

10-20 - 11.00 Coffee break
10.50 - 13.20

Session E, room: .............

Theme: Information behaviour of specific groups of users - 1

Chair: ………………………

  • Jela Steinerová. Perceptions of the information environment by researchers: a qualitative study
  • Hue Thi Pham and Kirsty Williamson. A two-way street: collaboration and information sharing in academia. A theoretically-based, comparative Australian/Vietnamese study
  • Mirko Duić. In labyrinths of digital text: use of Web literature by faculty from two Croatian universities
  • Gobinda Chowdhury, Yurdagul Ünal, Serap Kurbanoğlu, Joumana Boustany and Geoff Walton. Research data management and data sharing behaviour of university researchers
  • Bhuva Narayan, Edward Luca, Mal Booth, Belinda Tiffen, Ashley England and Henry Boateng. Scholarly communication practices in humanities and social sciences: a study of researchers’ attitudes and awareness of open access

Session F, room: .............

Theme: Information behaviour of specific groups of users - 2

Chair: …………………………….

  • Ola Pilerot. The practice of public library-work for newly arrived immigrants
  • Jia Tina Du, Yan Tan and Fang Xu. The information context of elderly Chinese immigrants in South Australia: A preliminary investigation
  • Austine Phiri, George Chipeta and Winner Chawinga. Information seeking behaviour of rural smallholder farmers in Malawi: challenges, opportunities and prospects
  • Isto Huvila, Jonas Moll, Heidi Enwald, Noora Hirvonen, Rose-Mharie Åhlfeldt and Åsa Cajander. Age-related differences in seeking clarification to understand medical record information
  • Kahina Le Louvier and Perla Innocenti. Negotiating belonging within the asylum process: a pilot study of the information practices of asylum seekers in England
  • Kyunghye Yoon and Adam Bezdicek. Semiotics based discursive communities in online book review

13.20 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.30

Room: ………………………………….

Doctoral workshop report

14.30 - 16.00

Panel 1

Theme: Profound and transcendental information experiences

Panelists: Elysia Guzik, Anh Thu Nguyen, Tim Gorichanaz, Jarkko Kari, Kiersten Latham and Roger Chabot

Panel 2

Theme:

Interdisciplinary approaches to research methods in information Behavior Studies

Panelists: Lynn Connaway, Krystyna Matusiak, Anna Mierzecka and Justyna Jasiewicz

Panel 3

Theme: On being spiritual: pilgrimage as an information context

Panelists: Nadia Caidi and Perla Innocenti

16.00 - 17.00 Poster session and refreshments
18.00 - Guided city tour
20.00 - Conference dinner
         

Thursday, 11 October 2018

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

4 Prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza Street, 3rd Campus of the Jagiellonian University

8.30 – 10.00

Panel 4

Theme: ‘Doing YouTube’: the everyday information rituals of YouTube video creators and their viewers

Panelists: Leslie Thomson, Nadia Caidi, Niel Chah, Alice Kim and Andrew Cox

Panel 5

Theme:

Ethical considerations in academic research in the digital age

Panelists: Noa Aharony, Judit Bar-Ilan, Jenny Bronstein, Ina Fourie and Heidi Julien

10.00 - 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 - 12.30

Session G, room: ..........

Theme: Information behaviour of specific groups of users - 3

Chair: ………………………….

  • Małgorzata Kisilowska and Anna Mierzecka. Emotions, experience, identity – motivations of the teens’ information behaviour in the area of culture
  • Alicja Pawluczuk, Hazel Hall, Gemma Webster and Colin Smith. Digital youth work: youth worker’s balancing act between the digital innovation and digital literacy insecurities.
  • Ashley Sara Aw and Sei-Ching Joanna Sin. What do I post where? Investigating the considerations behind information sharing in young adults’ everyday life
  • Davin Helkenberg. Young women encountering information on sexuality in young adult literature
  • Jenny Lindberg and Åse Hedemark. Meaningful reading experiences among elderly: some insights from a small-scale study of Swedish library outreach services

Session H, room: ...........

Theme: Information behaviour in various contexts - 1

Chair: …………………..

  • Åse Kristine Tveit and Katriina Byström. Translation in transit: what changes does digital information bring into translation work?
  • Tumelo Maungwa and Ina Fourie. Exploring and understanding the causes of competitive intelligence failures: an information behaviour lens
  • Elena Maceviciute and Zinaida Manzuch. Conceptualising the role of digital reading in social and digital inclusion
  • Pian Wenjing, Christopher Khoo, Gang Li and Jianxing Chi. Factors affecting browsing duration on a health discussion forum: analysis of eye-tracking data
  • Madely Du Preez. The consulting industry as an information behaviour context: consulting engineering as an example

12.30 - 13.10 Lunch
13.10 – 15.00

Session I, room: ..........

Theme: Information behaviour in various contexts - 2

Chair: ………………………

  • 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
  • Carrie Forbes and Jennifer Bowers. Emotional silos: a review of doctoral candidates’ isolating experiences and the role for academic librarians in campus-wide support networks
  • Marek Deja. Metadata as a normalising mechanism for information-transfer behaviour in higher education institutions
  • Stefanie Elbeshausen, Thomas Mandl and Christa Womser-Hacker. Role-specific behaviour patterns in collaborative information seeking

Session J, room: ..........

Theme: Information behaviour in various contexts - 3

Chair: ……………………..

  • Alice Nahyeon Kim, Nadia Caidi and Niel Chah. ‘Our Korea’: transcultural affinities as negotiated through YouTube
  • Amy VanScoy, Deborah Hicks and Mary Cavanagh. What motivates twitter users to engage with libraries?
  • Amalia Junestrom. A growing infrastructure of practices: a practice-based study of information infrastructure for managing user-generated content online

15.00 - 16.00

Final plenary discussion and closing the conference