5 edition of Youth information-seeking behavior II found in the catalog.
Youth information-seeking behavior II
|Statement||edited by Mary K. Chelton, Colleen Cool.|
|Contributions||Chelton, Mary K., Cool, Colleen, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||ZA3075 .Y69 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 382 p.|
|Number of Pages||382|
An area of youth information-seeking behavior research that remains open to discovery is the study of metacognitive knowledge during the information search process. The concept of metacognition was introduced to the school library audience by Bertland () in her review of research that could have implications for information skills by: The particular issue we investigate pertains to adolescents’ climate change-related information-seeking behaviors. Information-seeking is an important outcome across many areas of scholarship, including interpersonal relationships (Afifi, Dillow, & Morse, ), doctor-patient communication (Street, ), and coping (Folkman & Lazarus, ).Cited by: foundation of the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program. All of the concepts discussed during training expand on the various levels of behavior and staff interventions. As such, the Key Point Refresher Workbook is designed to highlight this. For example: Page 6 allows you to review the basic behavioral levels and corresponding staffFile Size: 1MB.
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[Mary K Chelton; Colleen Cool;] -- Presents an historical overview of the literature on children's use and understanding of electronic information systems. Request PDF | Youth information seeking behaviors II: Context, theories, models and issues | This resource is as much a tribute to its editors and contributors, a cadre of champions who have made.
Task-based models of children's information-seeking behavior in digital libraries August Conference: The 37th Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL). Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Youth information-seeking behavior II.
Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, The information-seeking behavior of these cyberkids, growing up digital, has raised numerous questions among researchers and educators.
The Evolution and Application of Radical Change Theory In the issue of Library Trends, Children and the Digital Library, Youth information-seeking behavior II book () introduced the theory of Radical Change for the first time in a.
Many academics have already found this to be fertile ground for their research, and the results have been well-documented in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Techology, as well as the two volumes on youth information-seeking behavior edited by Mary K.
Chelton and Colleen Cool. 2 The YALSA research agenda suggests many. English research project. In M.K. Chelton and C. Cool (Eds.), Youth information-seeking behavior II: Youth information-seeking behavior II book, theories, models and issues. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, pp.
This chapter of Youth Information-Seeking Behavior II: Context, Theories, Models, Youth information-seeking behavior II book Issues focuses on the causes and implications of information-seeking failure. In contrast, findings reveal many differences in health information-seeking behavior between older Youth information-seeking behavior II book younger youth.
Youth between the ages of 12 and 14 years are significantly more likely than youth between the ages of 15 and 18 years to turn to parents, teachers or other adults with questions they have about sexual by: Note: This bibliography accompanies the YALSA Research Agenda.
You may also want to consult the most recent edition of the YALSA Research Committee’s bibliography of current research (). Impact of Libraries on Young Adults Abbas, J., Kimball, M., Bishop, K., & D'Elia, G. Extending the Five Foot Book Shelf: More Professional Books for Youth information-seeking behavior II book Who Serve Teens, Voice of Youth Advocates, 28, 4 (October, ), p.
Chelton, Mary K. and Cool, Colleen, eds. Youth Information Seeking Behavior II: Context, Theories and. Youth Empowerment Through the Use of Prison Libraries: Case Studies of the Tangerang Juvenile Detention Center Library and the Salemba Detention Center Library in Indonesia It is widely acknowledged that libraries play a positive and important role in the lives of Cited by: 1.
Youth information seeking behavior II: Contexts, theories, Youth information-seeking behavior II book, and issues, edited by Mary K. Chelton and Colleen Cool [Review of the book. Youth information seeking the political economy of children’s book publishing, and the children’s series assimilationist narrative.
Research presented at the Children’s Literature Youth information-seeking behavior II book. Connectivity speaks to young people’s tendency to collaborate with others of their age group during information seeking endeavors (p. Finally, access, an integral part in the information behavior of “cyberkids,” considers the doors that open for young people because of digital media as they try to make their voices heard – voices.
Youth Information Seeking Behavior II: Context, Theories, Models, and Issues Mary K. Chelton and Colleen Co (Scarecrow, ) Abstract: This resource is as much a. Young people and the evaluation of information on the World Wide Web: Principles, practice and beliefs Show all authors.
Alison J. Pickard. Alison J. Pickard. Cool, C (eds) Youth Information-seeking Behavior II: Context, Theories, Models, and by: Overarching Issues in Children's and Youth Information Behavior Research: Moving the Research Agenda beyond Systems Design Linda Z.
Cooper. To set the stage for this group of papers, below is an overview of research in youth information behavior (Youth IB), highlighting some overarching areas of interest that have surfaced during the recent period of unprecedented development of digital by: 9.
I later wrote a chapter entitled ‘Online information-seeking and higher education students’ for the book, ‘ Youth Information Seeking Behavior II ’.
By using LibraryThing you acknowledge that. This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Youth information-seeking behavior II: Context, Evaluating Book Apps as Multimodal Reading Experiences.
EM Meyers, E Zaminpaima, A Frederico. iConference Proceedings, Studying Children’s Questions: Imposed and Self-Generated Information Seeking at School, by Melissa Gross. Library and Information Science Research, 29 (1), Pattee, A. Using Sources Effectively: Strengthening Your Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism, 2nd ed., by Robert A.
Harris. The aim of the study is to explore adolescents’ information-seeking behavior in everyday life decision-making situations. In this research we use a survey method with a questionnaire comprised of hypothetical decision-making situations which allows respondents to elaborate on their : Alica Kolarić, Ivanka Stričević.
Two contexts influenced children's information seeking behavior: 1. the non-naturalistic laboratory environment where they used the ICDL as volunteers rather than as part of their everyday life or as a requirement for an assignment, and 2. the international and multicultural nature of the ICDL that provided access to an Arabic book collection.
in Youth Information-Seeking Behavior II in which I argue not only that LIS had largely ignored YA research but that a forward-looking research agenda should start asking its own questions about young people rather than relying on paradigms emanating from other disciplines.
1 The Research ChallengeAuthor: Anthony Bernier. Media in the 21st century are changing when, where, what, and how young people learn. Some educators, youth researchers, and parents lament this reality; but youth, media culture, and learning nevertheless remain entangled in a rich set of relationships today.
These relationships and the anxieties they produce are not new; they echo worries about the consequences of young people’s Author: Stuart R. Poyntz, Jennesia Pedri. group interviews demonstrate that urban youth do not use libraries.
Used QSR NVivo 2 software to translate data into a coded scheme of most frequent to least frequent sources and types of information seeking questions (from log book data). Scheme contextually rearranged by participants into order of perceived Size: KB.
Information behavior of grade 9 students: More and less savvy than you might think. The International Association for School Librarianship (IASL’08) Conference.
August, Berkeley, CA. Meyers, E. M., Nathan, L. & Saxton, M. () Barriers to information seeking in high school libraries: Conflicts between perception and practice.
Information-seeking behavior is a process in which people try to change the knowledge position purposefully and nowadays, this kind of behavior should be considered by all human beings.
Information search may be carried out through one’s interaction with the manual information systems (libraries) or with the computer-based (or electronic Author: Mohammad Reza Soleymani, Asieh Garivani, Firoozeh Zare-Farashbandi.
The field of information-seeking behavior, in general, and that concerns children, in particular, lacks understanding of how children interact with digital information environments at both the national and international levels. While a body of research is available about children’s use of various information retrieval systems, no models of.
The Scarecrow Press is a publisher of children's books and young adult books. Some of the books published by The Scarecrow Press include Youth Information Seeking Behavior: Theories, Models, and Issues, The Military and Teens: The Ultimate Teen Guide, A Guide to Research in Music Education, 5th Edition, and Disabilities and Disorders in Literature for Youth: A Selective Annotated Bibliography.
ii DECLARATION This research project is my original work and has not been submitted for award of a farmers in Kiambu County; establish information seeking behavior of the farmers in Face book, Twitter and You tube.
Skype: It is a software application that allows for free voice calls over the. ABSTRACT: In his introduction to Chelton & Cool’s Youth Information-Seeking Behavior II (Scarecrow, ), Anthony Bernier asserts that in LIS research youth “are nearly always portrayed as lacking and deficient” and argues that we need to recover the joy associated with this work.
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More specifically, I study youth information behavior, information intermediaries, and information policy as it affects youth information access. I am an Editor of Library Quarterly and have published articles in Library & Information Science Research, Public Library Quarterly, Information Polity, and Journal of Documentation, among others.
He has published extensively in the areas of information literacy, information behavior of youth, and young adult literature. He is the author of David Almond: Memory and Magic (Scarecrow, ) and the co-author along with Melissa Gross of Young Adult Resources Today: Connecting Teens with Books, Music, Games, Movies, and More (Rowman.
This study investigated the information seeking process of the networked generation youth. Specifically, I examined the cognitive, affective, and physical information seeking behaviors and problem solving techniques adolescent student users of the networked environment utilize to solve information needs.
Grounded in the theoretical context of the information seeking process in the networked Author: Janet Walker Peterson. Briscoe, Peter. The Best Read Man in France: A Cautionary lle, Md.: Borgo Press (an imprint of Wild-side Press), p.
$ (ISBN ). Youth Information-seeking behaviour: theories, models and issues. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., We have eagerly awaited this book on youth information seeking, as it seemed highly relevant to our courses and research.
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Youth information-seeking behavior II:. Results indicate that catalogue materials containing Pdf metadata favor the adult, gay, male experience pdf as well as the youth, gay, male experience – over adult and young women. This trend is particularly noticeable among the eBook catalogue, an area that the Irish public library system has directly identified as a strategic target for Author: Pete Hicks, Páraic Kerrigan.to describe the students’ information seeking behavior and their use of the library to support their process of learning and knowledge acquisition activities.
Employing a purposeful sample and a mixed research method, this study strived to identify factors that may be addressed to facilitate.Taxonomy of educational objectives. Book II: Affective domain. Ebook York: Longman. Kuhlthau, C. C. (). Inside the search process: Information seeking from the user's perspective.
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 42(5), Kuhlthau, C. C. (). A principle of uncertainty for information seeking.