The Information Seeking in Context (ISIC) 2022 conference is just around the corner! It will be held at the Humboldt University School of Library and Information Science (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) in Berlin, Germany between the 26-29th September.
In keeping with traditions, this year, Marina Milosheva looks forward to presenting the latest paper that she co-authored with her supervisors Peter Cruickshank, Peter Robertson and Hazel Hall, entitled “Capturing career information use in everyday life: Introducing the CIEL conceptual framework”.
In it, she outlines the tenets of the conceptual framework that she devised to support her doctoral work. The CIEL conceptual framework is interdisciplinary: it is underpinned by ten theories, models and frameworks originating from Library and Information Science and Career Studies.
Marina’s slides and full-text paper preprint are already publicly accessible; follow the links below to learn more about the CIEL conceptual framework.