Several iSchool members participated in the i3 conference that took place at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland, last week. Two staff members presented: Dr Andrew Cox on Information in everyday practice and Sheila Webber presented a paper coauthored with Dr Phussadee Dokphrom (recent graduate and now Head of Department at Silpakorn University): Conceptions of Information literacy: Result findings from the case study of undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand.
Another recent doctoral graduate, Dr Shahd Salha, presented her research on The Variations and the Changes in the School librarians’ conceptions of Information Literacy. Finally, current PhD student Robinah Kalemeera Namuleme (co-author Professor Nigel Ford) presented HIV and AIDS related health information behaviour: an ethnographic study.
Photo by Sheila Webber: Piper at the i3 Conference