Rachel Salzano

rachel salzano

Rachel Salzano

   

Biography

Rachel Salzano is a PhD student in the Centre for Social Informatics. She is working on a doctoral study titled ‘The influence of culture on the use of public library resources in immigrant and refugee populations’. Rachel blogs about her research at https://librariansanslibrary.weebly.com.

Rachel’s director of studies is Professor Hazel Hall, and her second supervisor is Dr Gemma Webster.

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Corralling Culture as a Concept in LIS Research

Presentation / Conference
Salzano, R., Hall, H., & Webster, G. (2020, October)
Corralling Culture as a Concept in LIS Research. Poster presented at 83rd Annual Meeting of the Association of Information Science and Technology, Virtual
Individuals’ cultural backgrounds influence their use of societal resources, including libraries. A literature search and review was completed on the treatment of culture in l...

The relationship between culture and public library use: non-Western students in Scotland

Presentation / Conference
Salzano, R., Hall, H., & Webster, G. (2020, September)
The relationship between culture and public library use: non-Western students in Scotland. Poster presented at ISIC (Information Seeking in Context) 2020, Pretoria, South Africa
Introduction - Individuals’ cultural backgrounds influence their use of societal resources, including those offered in public libraries. Well-established in library research a...

Investigating the ‘why’ rather than the ‘how’: current research priorities on the influence of culture on new-comer populations’ use of public libraries

Journal Article
Salzano, R., Hall, H., & Webster, G. (in press)
Investigating the ‘why’ rather than the ‘how’: current research priorities on the influence of culture on new-comer populations’ use of public libraries. Information Research, 25,
Introduction - Library researchers are often concerned with the factors that affect individual use of public library resources. To date, culture as a determinant of public lib...

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