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Information Research: An International Electronic Journal

March 2015 Volume 20, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. How Do Children Reformulate Their Search Queries?

    Sophie Rutter, Nigel Ford & Paul Clough

    Introduction: This paper investigates techniques used by children in year 4 (age eight to nine) of a UK primary school to reformulate their queries, and how they use information retrieval systems... More

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  2. Ecological Modelling of Individual and Contextual Influences: A Person-in-Environment Framework for Hypothetico-Deductive Information Behaviour Research

    Sei-Ching Joanna Sin

    Introduction: This paper discusses the person-in-environment framework, which proposes the inclusion of environmental factors, alongside personal factors, as the explanatory factors of individual... More

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  3. Network Analysis of a Virtual Community of Learning of Economics Educators

    Elsa Fontainha, Jorge Tiago Martins & Ana Cristina Vasconcelos

    Introduction: This paper aims at understanding virtual communities of learning in terms of dynamics, types of knowledge shared by participants, and network characteristics such as size,... More

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