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An investigation of the search behaviour associated with Ingwersen's three types of information needs

Pia Borlund, Sabine Dreier
2014 Information Processing & Management  
Ingwersen (1996) associates a given search behaviour to each of the three types of information needs, which are analytically deduced, but not yet empirically tested.  ...  Thus the objective of the study is to investigate whether empirical data does, or does not, conform to the predictions derived from the three types of information needs.  ...  Schneider for the many interesting discussions on the use of statistics, the power of sample techniques, effect sizes as well as the many other interesting topics we have come across in those discussions  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2014.03.001 fatcat:uci3bacrkbahhenyvbz6rzqinu

Pioneering models for information interaction in the context of information seeking and retrieval

Reijo Savolainen
2018 Journal of Documentation  
The findings contribute to the elaboration of the conceptual space of information behaviour research.  ...  Abstract Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to clarify the conceptual issues of information behaviour research by reviewing the approaches to information interaction in the context of information seeking  ...  Since the 1980s, the construct of information interaction has been used to depict a particular type of interaction taking place in the context of information behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-11-2017-0154 fatcat:6jbg3pxcobdzbck63akcssx2s4

Relationship between the nature of the search task types and query reformulation behaviour

Khamsum Kinley, Dian Tjondronegoro, Helen Partridge, Sylvia Edwards
2012 Proceedings of the Seventeenth Australasian Document Computing Symposium on - ADCS '12  
This paper examines how the nature of the search tasks affects users' query reformulation behaviour during information searching.  ...  Limited studies have examined the impact of the search task types on query reformulation behaviour while performing Web searches.  ...  Associations between Search Task Types and Query Reformulation Behaviour Figure 3 illustrates the overall distributions of the five types of query reformulations across the three search task types.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2407085.2407091 dblp:conf/adcs/KinleyTPE12 fatcat:mcxp6lic5napxfx43sekngxh6u

Coping with Information Resources: Identifying, Searching, Accessing, Evaluating and Using Information in Academic Libraries

Zohreh Eftekhar, Zouhayr Hayati
2016 International journal of information science and management  
This paper aims to investigate the current status of coping with Information Resources: Identifying, Searching, Accessing, Evaluating and Using Information in Academic Libraries.  ...  In order to fulfill the aim of the study, 241 Graduate Students from 7 academic schools of Islamic Azad University, Shiraz Unit: Faculty ofHumanities, Economics and Management, Science<span style="font-family  ...  Their model has six components: three relating to information needs, (1) work roles, (2) associated tasks, and (3) characteristics of information needs, and three factors affecting information seeking:  ... 
doaj:bc206c24acc0430b83cc3d4544a954f7 fatcat:aajtbfihsvbynjvlsa7tfiqd3i

Topic Maps as Indexing Tools in the Educational Sphere: Theoretical Foundations, Review of Empirical Research and Future Challenges [chapter]

Vivek Venkatesh, Kamran Shaikh, Amna Zuberi
2010 Cognitive Maps  
and emotional levels associated with a specific type of task environment.  ...  Learners' perceptions of the academic task include both the nature of the task, and the assessment criteria associated with the task.  ... 
doi:10.5772/7115 fatcat:pdyvwhekibcgpj5zy7le737mzi

Human-computer interaction

Khamsum Kinley, Dian Tjondronegoro, Helen Partridge, Sylvia Edwards
2012 Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference on - OzCHI '12  
Query reformulations have emerged as an important component of Web search behaviour and humancomputer interaction (HCI) because a user's success of information retrieval (IR) depends on how he or she formulates  ...  This paper discusses users' query reformulation behaviour while searching information on the Web.  ...  This paper aims to investigate (1) the associations within query reformulation types, and (2) the effects of users' cognitive styles on their query reformulation behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2414536.2414586 dblp:conf/ozchi/KinleyTPE12 fatcat:lastwb6tcnbmvczjaarewa6wbm

An analysis of two approaches in information retrieval: From frameworks to study designs

Kalervo Järvelin
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This article is an exercise in such an analysis, focusing on two significant approaches to IR, the Lab IR approach and Ingwersen's Cognitive IR approach.  ...  Thus each approach is capable of contributing very differently to understanding and developing information access. The article also discusses integrating the approaches at the study design level.  ...  An example of non-Lab IR type of explanation relates to the classification of information needs (see above). The framework suggests that information access behavior differs by the need class.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20589 fatcat:g2cbl5um6fhxfaqnynecn6rxbm

Chapter 9 Understanding Casual-Leisure Information Behaviour [chapter]

David Elsweiler, Max L. Wilson, Brian Kirkegaard Lunn
2011 Library and Information Science  
The results of these two studies are then used to define an initial model of casual-leisure information behaviour, which highlights the key differences between casual-leisure scenarios and typical information  ...  Originally grounded in library and information science, the majority of information behaviour and information seeking theories focus on task-based scenarios where users try to resolve information needs  ...  Typical models of search-focused information behaviours would identify an information need, and have to resolve that with Information Seeking and Information Retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1876-0562(2011)002011a012 fatcat:5jxzh3m3fjgpdf56jxeg5prd3q

Expeditions through image jungles

Ayse Göker, Richard Butterworth, Andrew MacFarlane, Tanya S Ahmed, Simone Stumpf
2016 Journal of Documentation  
Originality/value: We describe the properties of an 'information expedition'; the image seeking behaviour exhibited by journalists in an online environment, and contend that it is significantly different  ...  Findings: We report the findings of a study to investigate image search, retrieval and use by creative professionals who routinely use images as part of their work in an online environment.  ...  Information expeditions We propose that the behaviour observed of the journalists' image search behaviour is analogous to an expedition.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-01-2014-0019 fatcat:hy42odf655gwzkuksc5fzv2w74

Multitasking, cognitive coordination and cognitive shifts during web searching

Jia Tina Du
2011 SIGIR Forum  
Types of Information Problem Searching Task Based on the analysis of Web search logs, three types of information problem searching task were identified: searching on an original information problem (SOIP  ...  Neuro-cognitive psychologists have investigated the human brain's activation mechanism which is associated with multitasking behaviour.  ...  Appendix A Participation Information and Consent Form PSS 1, 80, 147, 165 2, 11, 19, 23, 28, 34, 64, 68, 94, 98, 103, 124, 132 2, 15, 28, 45, 53 IT to GS CRF 9, 28, 75, 95, 101, 118, 12 1, 124,  ... 
doi:10.1145/1988852.1988869 fatcat:h2py4yu42naujlpzxzq23hagbu

Learning from web information seeking studies: some suggestions for LIS practitioners

Ina Fourie
2006 Electronic library  
Purpose -To explore the value of web information-seeking studies for practice, and to bring selected research findings and their potential to the attention of library and information science (LIS) practitioners  ...  Reasons for the gap between web information-seeking theory in the form of research reports and LIS praxis are briefly considered.  ...  He explains: Information behaviour may be defined as the more general field of investigationwith information-seeking behaviour being seen as a sub-set of the field, particularly concerned with the variety  ... 
doi:10.1108/02640470610649227 fatcat:g4c4neuatzhilgeyysatyt2lfe

Understanding Information Need

Yashar Moshfeghi, Peter Triantafillou, Frank E. Pollick
2016 Proceedings of the 39th International ACM SIGIR conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval - SIGIR '16  
This renders the measuring of this concept (using traditional behaviour studies) nearly impossible. In this paper, we investigate the connection between an information need and brain activity.  ...  The results of this experiment revealed a distributed network of brain regions commonly associated with activities related to information need and retrieval and differing brain activity in processing scenarios  ...  two predictors for the different Response Type (respond need to search, respond with answer).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2911451.2911534 dblp:conf/sigir/MoshfeghiTP16 fatcat:apzpb5hqevhkpfb4famgl5def4

Task-specific information retrieval systems for software engineers

Adam Grzywaczewski, Rahat Iqbal
2012 Journal of computer and system sciences (Print)  
), the tasks users engage in and the associated use of search interfaces.  ...  We discuss how software engineers interact with information and information retrieval systems and investigate to what extent a domain-specific search and recommendation system can be developed in order  ...  Acknowledgment The research carried out in this paper is a part of wider effort towards the development of dedicated search and recommendation system funded by the EPSRC.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcss.2011.10.009 fatcat:46725lv7dnaj5c3spu6nxp6byi

Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval. Edited by IanRuthven and DianeKelly. london: Facet publishing, 2011. 296 pp. $ 89.95 (paperback). (isbn: 978-1-85604-707-4)

Peter Ingwersen
2012 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The former provides an extensive overview of interface types for retrieval and how they may support searching.  ...  During recent decades, work and search tasks have become the foci for research because they are seen as the triggers of information need, request, and hence, query.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.22718 fatcat:wbiieeirjzahpahjnok55cnoky

The development of a method for the evaluation of interactive information retrieval systems

Pia Borlund, Peter Ingwersen
1997 Journal of Documentation  
The method is also based on a mixture of simulated and real information needs, and involves a group of test persons as well as assessments made by individual panel members.  ...  The method takes into account the dynamic nature of information needs which are assumed to develop over time for the same user, a variability which is presumed to be strongly connected to the processes  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to express their gratitude to Information Officer Hanne Balch Petersen and Professor Micheline Beaulieu for their conceptual and methodological support during the project  ... 
doi:10.1108/eum0000000007198 fatcat:sabk5fnc3jca7i6a57ypnte4ry
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