Marina Milosheva

marina milosheva

Marina Milosheva

Student Experience

Biography

Marina Milosheva is a PhD student in the Centre for Social Informatics at the School of Computing.

Her ESRC-funded doctoral study focuses on young people's career decision-making and career information literacy skills. This research is conducted in collaboration with the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (SGSSS) and Scotland's leading skills agency, Skills Development Scotland (SDS).

Marina’s director of studies is Professor Hazel Hall. Her second supervisor is Dr Peter Robertson, and her third supervisor is Dr Peter Cruickshank.

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Research In Times Of Crisis: Adaptations Of Research Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic

Presentation / Conference
Milosheva, M., & Salzano, R. (2022, April)
Research In Times Of Crisis: Adaptations Of Research Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic. Paper presented at ASIST 24-Hour Global Conference, Online
During the COVID-19 global pandemic, many researchers have had to adapt, delay, or halt, their research completely. However, decisions related to adaptations, and the “hidden ...

A Participative Approach To Understanding The Hidden Curriculum

Presentation / Conference
Brazier, D., & Milosheva, M. (2022, April)
A Participative Approach To Understanding The Hidden Curriculum. Paper presented at ASIST 24-Hour Global Conference, Online
Information needs are fundamental building blocks of the information behaviour and information retrieval literature. However, the concept of an “information need” is rarely di...

New information literacy horizons: Making the case for career information literacy

Conference Proceeding
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (2022)
New information literacy horizons: Making the case for career information literacy. In Information literacy in a post-truth era: 7th European Conference, ECIL 2021 (online), September 20–23, 2021, revised selected papers (239-252). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-99885-1_21
A literature review on the broad theme of information literacy and work was undertaken between January and April 2021 as part of an on-going doctoral study. The purpose of the...

A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people’s career information literacy and career information behaviours

Presentation / Conference
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (2022, February)
A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people’s career information literacy and career information behaviours. Poster presented at iConference 2022, Online
Poster presented at iConference 2022, Online, 28 Feb - 4 Mar 2022.

A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people's career information literacy and career information behaviours

Conference Proceeding
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (in press)
A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people's career information literacy and career information behaviours
In the information-rich post-pandemic employment environment, young people's career success is predicated on the extent to which they can apply career information to their car...

The role of information in career development

Journal Article
Milosheva, M., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Hall, H. (2021)
The role of information in career development. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 47(1), 12-20. https://doi.org/10.20856/jnicec.4703
The role of information in career development has received relatively little research attention. A literature review completed as part of a doctorate in the first half of 2021...

The socio-material nature of careers work: An exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners

Presentation / Conference
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Lyall, C. (2021, March)
The socio-material nature of careers work: An exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners. Poster presented at iConference 2021, Beijing, China
While knowledge co-creation is a main source of innovation in organisations, little is known about the co-creation of knowledge in career settings, particularly in the context...

The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners

Conference Proceeding
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Lyall, C. (2021)
The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners. In iConference 2021 Poster Proceedings
While knowledge co-creation is a main source of innovation in organisations, little is known about the co-creation of knowledge in career settings, particularly in the context...

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