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Middleton, L. (2018, October). How do we use information to help us learn to innovate in the workplace? A case study of a Scottish University. Poster presented at ISIC 2018
Introduction. The use of information in the workplace is an established topic in information science research (Weiner, 2011). The focus has often fallen on the development of ...
Jenkins, L., Hall, H. & Raeside, R. (2017, June). The application of Social Cognitive Theory in Information Science research on workplace learning and innovative work behaviours. Paper presented at i3: interactions and impact (i3), Aberdeen, Scotland
This paper introduces an ESRC-funded research project on the theme of workplace learning and innovative work behaviours. The work explores the determinants of suc...
Middleton, L., Hall, H., Muir, L., & Raeside, R. (2019). The interaction between people, information and innovation: information literacy to underpin innovative work behaviour in a Finnish organisation. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 55(1), 367-376. https://doi.org/10.1002/pra2.2018.14505501040
Workplace learning and employee-led innovation are related. For example, mistakes made when learning may spur innovation. Investigated in this paper is the role of information...
Middleton, L., Hall, H., & Raeside, R. (in press). Applications and applicability of Social Cognitive Theory in Information Science research. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, https://doi.org/10.1177/0961000618769985
Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) is a theory that derives from Psychology, yet has been adopted in other interdisciplinary subject areas, including Information Science. The origi...
Jenkins, L., & Jeske, D. (2016). Interactive support effects on career agency and occupational engagement among young adults. Journal of Career Assessment, 25(5), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072716652891
The PIC model by Gati and Asher describes three career decision making stages: pre-screening, in-depth exploration, and choice of career options. We consider the role that thr...
Jenkins, L., Lin, R., & Jeske, D. (2016). Influences and benefits of role models on social media. In E. L. Slade, N. P. Rana, S. Al-Sharhan, A. C. Simintiras, Y. K. Dwivedi, M. Mäntymäki, …M. Clement (Eds.), Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Proceedings 15th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2016, 673-684. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45234-0_60
The current paper examined three research questions. First, what are the perceived benefits for social network users who have role models online? Second, to what extent does h...
The Scottish Government and supporting bodies have recognised the importance of innovation for organisations to improve employme...
Centre for Social Informatics PhD student Lyndsey Jenkins has won a John Campbell Trust travel bursary.
10 July 2017
Staff and research students from the Centre for Social Informatics presented nine papers at Information: interactions and impact (i3) in June 2017.
26 June 2017
Centre for Social Informatics PhD student Lyndsey Jenkins has been appointed to the team of copy-editors for Information Research, one of the longest-established open access journals in the field of I...
22 May 2017
The Centre for Social Informatics made a number of contributions to the Information Seeking in Context conference 2016 (#ISIC2016) in Zadar, Croatia between 20th and 23rd September 2016.
19 September 2016
Centre for Social Informatics PhD student Lyndsey Jenkins has won a best paper award at the 15th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society.
14 September 2016
16:00 in CoRe44 (room C44) Merchiston Campus
31 October 2018
Room G20, Merchiston
24 October 2018