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Enterprise search and discovery capability: the factors and generative mechanisms for user satisfaction.
Many organizations are re-creating the 'Google-like' experience behind their firewall to exploit their information. However, surveys show dissatisfaction with enterprise search is commonplace. No prior study has investigated ...
Reading, writing and apprenticeships: developing an authentic reading and assessment strategy for graduate apprenticeships.
(Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS), 2018-04-24)
The recent launch of graduate apprenticeships in Scotland requires participating universities to collaborate closely with employers to design and develop innovative curricula to enable apprentices to acquire new knowledge ...
Exploring the everyday life information needs and the sociocultural adaptation barriers of Syrian refugees in Scotland.
Purpose: This paper presents the research findings of the 'Syrian new Scots' Information Literacy Way-finding practices' research project, funded by the Information Literacy Group (ILG) of the Chartered Institute of Library ...
Eradicating information poverty; an agenda for research.
Information poverty remains a critical issue for societies today. The literature of information poverty is reviewed tracking its origins in library and information science in the 1970s and the various approaches that have ...
The information literacy and continuous professional development practices of teachers at a Jewish day school.
This study investigated how in-service teachers within the context of an American Jewish day school perceive, practice and develop Information Literacy (IL), as a sociocultural practice and through Continuing Professional ...
The seven voices of information literacy (IL).
The purpose of this research was to discover the conceptions of information literacy (IL) prevalent across multiple stakeholder groups in an international middle school community. The research involved students, parents, ...