Seeking Meaning: A Process Approach to Library and Information Services
Ablex Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 199 pages
This text offers a process approach to library and information services. It addresses topics such as: learning as a process; the information search process; verification of the model of the information search process; the uncertainty principle; and roles of mediators in information seeking.
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Learning as a Process
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actions anxiety Belkin bibliographic paradigm borrowed theory Bruner Chapter Closure cognitive collection concept confidence confusion constructive process Corollary Counselor described diagnosed early stages expected exploration feelings ﬂowcharts focus formulation gather information George Kelly grounded theory high school hypothesis ideas identified increased indicative mood individual information encountered Information Science Information Search Process information seeking information services information system information-seeking Initiation instruction interest interview invitational mood Kelly Kelly’s Kuhlthau learning from information levels of mediation librarian library and information library users longitudinal studies methods Midpoint Mokros participants perceptions Personal Construct Theory predictions process approach process intervention process of construction process of information process of learning provides questionnaire questions redundancy reference interview reﬂective relevant research assignments responses revealed role school library seeking meaning selected sequence sources specific strategies task thinking thoughts timelines tion uncertainty principle underlying user’s perspective user’s problem zone of intervention