Publications

Here is a selection of recent publications by our members.

Alhayan, F., Pennington, D. and Ayouni, S. (2023). Twitter use by the dementia community during COVID-19: a user classification and social network analysis. Online Information Review, 47(1), 41-58.
DOI: 10.1108/OIR-04-2021-0208.

Bielinski, A., & Broby, D. (2023). Machine learning and the optimal choice of asset pricing model. In S. H. Jafar, H. Kannan, H. El-Chaarani, S. Moturi, & N. Gupta (Eds.), Artificial intelligence for capital markets (pp. 91–127). CRC Press. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.1201/9781003327745-7/machine-learning-optimal-choice-asset-pricing-model-aleksander-bielinski-daniel-broby.

Chita, P., Cruickshank, P., Smith, C.F. & Richards, K. (2020). Agile implementation and expansive learning: identifying contradictions and their resolutions using an Activity Theory perspective. In V. Stray, R. Hoda, M. Paasivaara & M. Kruchten (Eds). Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Agile Software Development, XP 2020 (pp. 3-19). Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-49392-9_1.

Luo, L., Cruickshank, P., & Richards, K. (2023). Stakeholder perspectives of internationalisation of universities in China’s non-first-tier cities: a case study. Internationalisation of Higher Education – Policy and Practice, 2023(1). DOI: 10.36197/INT.1-2023.01.

Detlor, B., Julien, H., La Rose, T. & Serenko. (2022). Community-led digital literacy training: Toward a conceptual framework. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 73(10), 1387–1400. DOI: 10.1002/asi.24639.

Fabian, K., Smith, S., Taylor-Smith, E., & Meharg, D. (2022). Identifying factors influencing study skills engagement and participation for online learners in higher education during COVID-19. British Journal of Educational Technology, 53, 1915–1936. DOI: 10.1111/bjet.13221.

Feeney, A. J. (2023 in press). “New Clicks” – developing user-led digital literacies in older adults within Scottish public libraries. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL 2023), Krakow, Poland, 9th-12th October 2023.

Hall, H., Ryan, B., Salzano, R. and Stephen, K. (2022), From a network model to a model network: strategies for network development to narrow the LIS research–practice gap, Journal of Documentation, 79(3), 757-783. DOI: 10.1108/JD-04-2022-0088.

Harvey, M., & Brazier, D. (2022). E-government information search by English as a second language speakers: the effects of language proficiency and document reading Level. Information Processing and Management, 59(4), Article 102985. DOI: 10.1016/j.ipm.2022.102985.

Haynes, D. & Robinson, L. (2023). Delphi study of risk to individuals who disclose personal information online. Journal of Information Science, 49(1), 93-106. DOI: 10.1177/0165551521992756.

Kachale, T., Demeke, W., Chrysoulas, C., & Romdhani, I. (2023 in press). An exploratory qualitative study of middle managers’ lived experiences in contribution to strategic alignment at a public university. Proceedings of the 11th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (WorldCist’23), Lodz, Poland, 26th-28th March 2023.

Milosheva, M., Hall, H. & Robertson, P. & Cruickshank, P. (2022). New information literacy horizons: making the case for career information literacy. In S. Kurbanoğlu, S. Špiranec, Y. Ünal, J. Boustany & D. Kos (Eds.) Information literacy in a post-truth era: 7th European Conference, ECIL 2021 (online), September 20–23, 2021, revised selected papers (pp. 239-252). Springer.

Salzano, R., Brazier, D., Hall, H., & Webster, G. (2022). What are public libraries for? Culture as a determinant of conceptualizations of public library services for forced migrants. In: Proceedings of the 85th annual meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 59(1), 276–286. DOI: 10.1002/pra2.752.

Vargheese, J. P., Collinson, M., & Masthoff, J. (2022). A Quantitative Field Study of a Persuasive Security Technology in the Wild. In Social Informatics: 13th International Conference, SocInfo 2022, Glasgow, UK, October 19–21, 2022, Proceedings (211-232). DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-19097-1_13.

Wilson, M., Cruickshank, P., Gkatzia, D., & Robertson, P. (2022). Opportunities and risks for the use of artificial intelligence in career development practice. Journal of the Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 47(1) (pp. 48-57). DOI: 10.20856/jnicec.4807.

Webster, G., & Ryan, F. V. C. (2023). Social media by proxy: how older adults work within their social networks to engage with social media. Information Research, 28(1), 50–77. DOI: 10.47989/irpaper952.