Here you can find contents, readings and other material relevant for the Summer School in User Studies.
Required readings and assignments for PhD students are in the E-Classroom on Moodle within the Module II. Information needs and reading interests
Key Note Speaker:
Professor Emerita Carol Kuhlthau. Building on the Classics: Current Trends in the User Studies
Associate Professor, Ross Todd, PhD. Uncovering Information Literacy: mythology, myopia and movement
Professor Emeritus Paul Sturges. The Brain and e-Information: Lessons from Popular Neuroscience
Assistant Professor, Livija Knaflič, PhD. Basic concept of literacy and reading in digital environment
Psychological aspects of literacy
Associate Professor Sanda Erdelez, PhD. Theories and models of users’ information behavior
Maria-Carme Torras, PhD. Embedding Information Literacy Education: Connecting Practice with Theory and Research Findings
Associate Professor Vera Ćubela Adorić, PhD. Selected Issues in Psychology of (Information) User Behaviour
Professor Srećko Jelušić, PhD. Explaining to students the importance of reading: is it possible in digital age?
Professor Milan Matijević, PhD. LEARNING IN E-ENVIRONMENT: NEW CURRICULUM PARADIGMS: NEW MEDIA AND LEARNING FOR THE FUTURE
Assistant Professor Branko Bognar, PhD. Theoretical fundations of e-learning.
Associate Professor Vita Mozūraitė, PhD. Changes in Reading Paradigms in the age of Electronic Books
Assistant Professor Sonja Špiranec, PhD. Information literacy in Web 2.0 environments: emerging dimensions of research
Assistant Professor Polona Vilar, PhD. Information behaviour of scholars
PhD Seminar I
Dora Rubinić. Information behavior of university students: review
PhD Seminar II