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Session
21st Annual Research Symposium at ASIST 2021: Methods for Real-World Impact with Information Behavior Research (SIG-USE)
Time:
Saturday, 30/Oct/2021:
8:00am - 12:00pm

Location: Salon B, Lobby Level, Marriott


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ID: 209 / [Single Presentation of ID 209]: 1
Workshops
4 hours
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Topics: Research Methods
Keywords: information behavior, information practices, research methodology

21st Annual Research Symposium at ASIST 2021: Methods for Real-World Impact with Information Behavior Research (SIG-USE)

Sarah Barriage1, Leslie Thomson2

1University of Kentucky, USA; 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

The 21st Annual SIG-USE Research Symposium focuses on the theme of methods for investigating and making real-world impact with human information behavior and practices research. This symposium is an opportunity for researchers, students, faculty, and information professionals who are interested in information behavior and practices to discuss the metatheories, methodological approaches, research methods, and techniques that shape human information behavior and practices research, and that translate to positive differences in the world. The symposium will feature an informative panel presentation, as well as several paper and poster presentations, in order to explore different methodological and methods-related developments and challenges in information behavior and practices research. The symposium will also offer a Q&A session for authors who are interested in submitting their works to the upcoming Library and Information Science Research special issue on information behavior and information practices methods.