Centre for Social Informatics PhD student Marina Milosheva has recently learnt that both of the submissions that she made earlier in the year for Information Seeking in Context (ISIC) 2022 have been accepted. Marina will participate in the doctoral workshop, and present a full paper co-authored with her PhD supervisors (myself, Professor Pete Robertson, and Dr Peter Cruickshank) as one of the contributions to the conference programme.
In Capturing career information use in everyday life: introducing the CIEL conceptual framework, we introduce a conceptual framework of career information behaviour and career information literacy in everyday life that is applicable to the development of novel career information literacy theories, models, or frameworks, or the modification of extant conceptualisations. This work is an output of Marina’s doctoral research on young people’s career decision-making and career information literacy skills, which is funded as part of the ESRC/Skills Development Scotland PhD programme through the Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS).
Following the ISIC conference in September 2022, the full paper will be published in Information Research. In the meantime, the full abstract is already available from the Edinburgh Napier University repository.