The 2022 Information Seeking in Context (ISIC) conference will be hosted next week from 26th to 29th September by our colleagues in the Berlin School of Library and Information Science at Humboldt University.
Staff and PhD students from the Centre for Social Informatics have regularly contributed to the biennial ISIC conference series over the years, most recently in 2020, 2018, and 2016. This time around, third year PhD student Marina Milosheva will be flying the flag for Edinburgh Napier University.
Next Monday 26th September Marina will be an invited participant at the conference doctoral workshop. The next day, she will present Capturing career information use in everyday life: introducing the CIEL conceptual framework in the Theoretical conceptualisations and frameworks session chaired by Professor Ian Ruthven. Her presentation will draw on work completed for her ESRC/Skills Development Scotland-funded doctoral study on career information literacy.
All contributions to the conference are already available online from the Humboldt University repository, including that co-authored by Marina with her PhD supervision team members: myself, Dr Peter Cruickshank, and Professor Pete Robertson.
Those of us unable to travel to Berlin next week are looking forward to following the hash-tagged conference tweets at #isic2022.