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A new model for Multitasking Information Behaviour on Web and its contribution

Information behaviour has been an important research area for many years in the field of information science. Multitasking information behaviour can be defined as the, “library search and use behaviours, or database or Web search sessions on multiple information tasks” (Spink, 2004, p. 336). Web seeking has been identified as multitasking information behaviour, which includes […]






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CIM’s research into people’s information behaviour storms ahead

The study of people’s information behaviour, including factors that affect their information behaviour, is proving to be a significant research strand at CIM. CIM’s PhD student Fatmah Almehmadi has had a paper accepted for the well-known Information Seeking in Context (ISIC) September conference. The paper unpicks different types of information sharing. Peggy Alexopoulou has also […]






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