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Information-seeking and mediated searching. Part 1. Theoretical framework and research design

Amanda Spink, T.D. Wilson, Nigel Ford, Allen Foster, David Ellis
2002 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Part I presents the background, theoretical framework, models, and research design used during the research.  ...  Additional articles that discuss further findings from this complex research project, including: (1) an integrated model of information seeking and searching, (2) assessment of mediated searching, and  ...  Acknowledgments This article resulted from studies funded by a National Science Foundation POWRE Grant 1998 -99 and British Library Research and Innovation Centre Grant.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.10081 fatcat:dwheo2m4kbgibltymq5b5elb2m

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as a dynamic online promotion technique: The implications of activity theory for promotion managers

George S. Spais
2010 Innovative Marketing  
This conceptualization was approached as a framework for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) contextual issues, which can be used to aid the design and analysis of the SEO promotion technique investigations  ...  Because of the zero research function of activity theory in the e-marketing literature and as the only refereed journal that focused on the search engine marketing themes was the Search Engine Marketing  ...  Previous research on extensions of activity theory in the web-mediated marketing communication and customer's online information-seeking behavior.  ... 
doaj:7b346865134d44a89046e09ec69234b6 fatcat:pzk62vznvvgudk47ikgwmcq5om

Information seeking and mediated searching study. Part 3. Successive searching

Amanda Spink, T.D. Wilson, Nigel Ford, Allen Foster, David Ellis
2002 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Part I presents the background, theoretical framework, models, and research design used during the research.  ...  Additional articles that discuss further findings from this complex research project, including: (1) an integrated model of information seeking and searching, (2) assessment of mediated searching, and  ...  Spink, Wilson, Ford, Foster, and Ellis (2002) propose a theoretical framework for understanding IR interactions within an information-seeking context.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.10083 fatcat:xrazfjqyyzbh3epoyp2lsgp3tm

Collaborative Information Retrieval

Lynda Tamine, Laure Soulier
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval - ICTIR '16  
TUTORIAL OUTLINE Part 1: Collaboration in Information Seeking We will present a large synthesis of the different forms of collaboration, whether user-to-system [24] or user-to-user [14, 11, 4] .  ...  Part 2: Models and Techniques for Collaborative Document Seeking and Retrieval CIR models provide an algorithmic mediation that enables to leverage from collaborators' actions in order to enhance the effectiveness  ... 
doi:10.1145/2970398.2970442 dblp:conf/ictir/TamineS16 fatcat:jed37eiswrdt5gycwyakbnriou

Multitasking information seeking and searching processes

Amanda Spink, H. Cenk Ozmutlu, Seda Ozmutlu
2002 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Implications for models of information seeking and searching, IR/Web systems design, and further research are discussed.  ...  A more complex model of human seeking and searching levels that incorporates multitasking information behaviors is presented, and a theoretical framework for human information coordinating behavior (HICB  ...  Research Design Data Collection The data analyzed in this research was taken from four studies of user behavior during their information-seeking and searching processes (Table 1) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.10124 fatcat:slkwenhgsff7valgv42xnasbci

Negotiations on information‐seeking expertise

Olof Sundin
2008 Journal of Documentation  
Negotiations on information-seeking expertise: A study of web-based tutorials for information literacy. Journal of Documentation, 64(1), 24-44. https://doi.  ...  Originality/value: The present study supplements the information literacy research field by combining empirical findings with theoretical reflections.  ...  Such a complementary theoretical framework has, so far, found only marginal consideration within information seeking research, and in particular within research on information literacy.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220410810844141 fatcat:gqif5u4eazc4jluo3r2yrrulle

Accessing and Browsing Information and Communication, by Ronald E. Rice, Maureen McCreadie, and Shan-Ju L. Chang. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001. xiii + 357 pp., $45.00. ISBN 0-262-18214-9

Debora Shaw
2002 The Information Society  
They contend that traditional approaches have underconceptualized what has been called information seeking, and undertake an ambitious review of information access (a broader term than information seeking  ...  ) and browsing, to create a more extensive theoretical base.  ...  They also suggest that information systems design and implementation can be improved through (1) better organization and representation of information and better display of materials re ecting how people  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240290108221 fatcat:z7qi5dg7yrhifbpkseqdsvgfdi

Working with activity theory: Context, technology, and information behavior

David Allen, Stan Karanasios, Mira Slavova
2011 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
In particular, CHAT provides researchers a theoretical lens to account for context and activity mediation and, by doing so, can increase the significance of information behavior research to practice.  ...  We demonstrate the relevance of CHAT in studying information behavior and addressing the identified openings and argue that by providing a framework and hierarchy of activity-action-operation and semantic  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council Funded Project: An Investigation Into Information Behavior and the Use of Mobile Information Systems for Information  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21441 fatcat:jl4tqokw2zdy7kugcthph54ekm

Collaborative Information Seeking

Chirag Shah
2016 Proceedings of the 39th International ACM SIGIR conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval - SIGIR '16  
The next big leap in information seeking/retrieval could happen by considering social and collaborative aspects of search.  ...  The three hours will be divided as: (1) introduction to group-based IR models, approaches, and systems; (2) back-end of CIS systems with system-focused mediation and front-end with user-focused mediation  ...  works -Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS) and Social Information Seeking (SIS).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2911451.2914801 dblp:conf/sigir/Shah16 fatcat:ujik5xs4xfggha64ffen6x52sq

Conflicting approaches to user information seeking education in Scandinavian Web-based tutorials

Olof Sundin
2006 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The librarian's expertise is based on knowledge of the users' thoughts and feelings while seeking information, while the pedagogical role consists of mediating this knowledge to the users.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to make visible different approaches to university librarians' professional expertise such as they are mediated through user information seeking education.  ...  Research design The university libraries' web-based user education is found in a number of forms and types.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.1450420186 fatcat:bqidhmcyzff6fmfvo35zsn4fd4

Dynamic Compositions: Recombining Search User Interface Features for Supporting Complex Work Tasks

Hugo C. Huurdeman
2017 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval  
However, the implications of theoretical information seeking models for concrete search user interfaces (SUI) design are unclear, both at the level of the individual features and of the whole interface  ...  However, for more sustained and complex information seeking tasks, these search engines are not as well suited.  ...  This paper provides initial handles to determine the relative importance of features when designing SUIs, thus connecting theoretical information seeking models and more concrete search user interface  ... 
dblp:conf/chiir/Huurdeman17 fatcat:z5i6cu33rzfjrbe6gkt6ewddta

Understanding student information behavior in relation to electronic information services: Lessons from longitudinal monitoring and evaluation, Part 1

Jennifer Rowley, Christine Urquhart
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The first part reviews the literature that underpinned the development of the research methodology for the JISC User Behavior Monitoring and Evaluation Framework, as well as the literature that has subsequently  ...  This two part article establishes a model of the mediating factors that influence student information behavior concerning electronic or digital information sources that support their learning.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) for funding the research, and to all the research staff for their hard work on this project.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20593 fatcat:mmkrkdsidrha5b7bgs7cdge3mm

A review of theoretical models of health information seeking on the web

Christine Marton, Chun Wei Choo
2012 Journal of Documentation  
Each study is examined in terms of: theoretical framework; research variables that form the focus of the study; research design (sampling, data collection and analysis); and findings and results of hypothesis  ...  Purpose -By selectively reviewing theory-driven survey studies on internet health information seeking, the paper aims to provide an informal assessment of the theoretical foundations and research methods  ...  in developing a theoretical framework for researching internet embeddedness in the context of health information seeking.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220411211225575 fatcat:aab5kwtr5ve6nc2nm4gxshhseq

Towards an integrative Theoretical Framework of IT-Mediated interruptions

Raphael Rissler, Mario Nadj, Marc T. P. Adam, Alexander Maedche
2017 European Conference on Information Systems  
Practically, our integrative theoretical framework can be used as a reference guide for designing IT-mediated interruptions to achieve optimal user experience.  ...  However, despite a strong interest of scholars and practitioners in IT-mediated interruptions, they are scarcely addressed in information systems (IS) research, and our understanding about their nature  ...  IS artefacts. (1) How can the extant research on IT-mediated interruptions be conceptualized into an integrative theoretical framework and what are possible streams?  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/RisslerNAM17 fatcat:cspjjufj6jbphm4kyuoiyomjf4

Shifts between search stages during task-performance in mediated information seeking interaction

Judit Olah
2006 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Set in the framework of the interactive information retrieval paradigm, the research examines the micro-dynamics of the information seeking process, and explores search stages that users pursue as they  ...  The research analyzes the users' information seeking behavior as they move between search stages, and looks for patterns in the transition.  ...  Acknowledgements The author sincerely thanks the invaluable suggestions and assistance of Tefko Saracevic, Nick Belkin, and Amanda Spink in the development of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504201193 fatcat:hfe4uay6c5bmnjvpywlll25mva
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