Managing social capital as knowledge management – some specification and representation issues.
Davenport, E., Graham, M., Kennedy, J., & Taylor, K. (2005)
Managing social capital as knowledge management – some specification and representation issues. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 40, 101-108. doi:10.1002/meet.1450400113
‘Classic’ accounts of social capital have emerged
in accounts of stable networks or institutional
environments. These conditions do not apply in
the case of many firms – a cas...
Social software as support in hybrid learning environments: the value of the blog as a tool for reflective learning and peer support.
Hall, H., & Davison, B. (2007)
Social software as support in hybrid learning environments: the value of the blog as a tool for reflective learning and peer support. Library and Information Science Research, 29(2), 163-187. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2007.04.007
This article reports on an investigation of blog technology's potential for encouraging interaction between students, and its consequences in terms of peer learning and peer s...
Project output versus influence in practice: impact as a dimension of research quality
Hall, H. (2011)
Project output versus influence in practice: impact as a dimension of research quality. Evidence based library and information practice, 6(4),
In an environment where resources are few, research funders are expected to focus on projects that demonstrate value for money. Thus, in the context of service provision, prop...
Exploring Information Literacy Through the Lens of Activity Theory
Hall, H., Cruickshank, P., & Ryan, B. (2018)
Exploring Information Literacy Through the Lens of Activity Theory. In Communications in Computer and Information Science; Information Literacy in the Workplace, (803-812). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74334-9_81
Activity Theory (AT) is presented as a framework for explaining Information Literacy (IL) as a technologically mediated social practice. This is achieved in the context of a s...
New modes of information behavior emerging from the social web
Wid én-Wulff, G., Huvila, I., Hall, H., Nivakoski, O., Kronqvist-Berg, M., & Francke, H. (2009)
New modes of information behavior emerging from the social web. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 46(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1002/meet.2009.145046018
Engaging in interactive and social events on the Web has become very common practice. Activities such as blogging, posting web pages, instant messaging, engaging in e-commerce...
Getting real about social media
Presentation / Conference
Hall, H. (2010, October)
Getting real about social media. Presented at Internet Librarian International
Presentation slides can be found on slideshare -https://www.slideshare.net/HazelHall/getting-real-about-social-media-15918378
Mapping the library, archives, records, information and knowledge management and related professions in the United Kingdom: final report
Hall, H., Raeside, R., Chen, T., Dutton, M., Irving, C., & Ryan, B. (2015)
Mapping the library, archives, records, information and knowledge management and related professions in the United Kingdom: final report. United Kingdom: Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) and Archives and Records Association (ARA
Unpublished research report. (2015)
Information literacy, policy issues and employability
Crawford, J., & Irving, C. (2014)
Information literacy, policy issues and employability. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume, 8-25
Although the term information literacy dates back to 1974 it has developed as a powerful information ideology only in the past twenty years. There is still much debate about h...
Information literacy in Scotland: making it mainstream.
Crawford, J., Irving, C., & Smith, L. (2015)
Information literacy in Scotland: making it mainstream. CILIP Update, 41-43
How the Right Information an online community of practice, is brining together information professionals and representatives from other professions to promote information lite...
Research: why bother?
Hall, H., & Clapton, J. (2010)
Research: why bother?. Public Library Journal, 25(3), 18-21
This article explains why librarianship research is so important for practice, and the value of CILIP's Library and Information Research Group.