Seven full papers developed from presentations made at last year’s Information: interactions and impact (i3) conference are now available online as peer-reviewed journal articles. Together they contribute to a special issue of Journal of Information Science (JIS) to be published in spring 2016.
Two of these papers are contributions from members of my team within the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University. The first concerns Knowledge Management as a management innovation, and the other discusses the role of the census as an information source in policy-making.
If your institution holds a subscription to Journal of Information Science (JIS), or you are a CILIP member, you will be able to access all these papers directly from the publisher. Alternatively, you can access the full text PDF of the accepted manuscripts by the Napier team members from Edinburgh Napier University’s repository. Please click through from the links below to access the papers:
- The adoption process in Management Innovation: a Knowledge Management case study by Louise Rasmussen and Hazel Hall
- The census as an information source in public policy-making by Lynn Killick, Hazel Hall, Alistair Duff and Mark Deakin
The links to the other five articles developed from papers presented at i3 for the special issue currently available through JIS OnlineFirst are as follows:
- Knowing and learning in everyday spaces (KALiEds): Mapping the information landscape of refugee youth learning in everyday spaces by Annemaree Lloyd and Jane Wilkinson
- Making sense of the past: The embodied information practices of field archaeologists by Michael Olsson
- Students’ collaborative inquiry – Relation to approaches to studying and instructional intervention by Jannica Heinström and Eero Sormunen
- Framing of different types of information needs within simulated work task situations: An empirical study in the school context by Pia Borlund
- Information and the gaining of understanding by David Bawden and Lyn Robinson
For further information about i3 2015 (and the associated doctoral colloquium iDocQ held in the same week at the conference venue), please see the review that I posted to this blog on 30th July 2015.