Informacijsko vedenje v digitalnem okolju: primerjava študentov informacijske znanosti in študentov drugih družboslovnih smeri

Ivana Furi, Kornelija Petr Balog

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Članek predstavlja izbrane rezultate pilotne raziskave manjšega obsega na temo informacijskega vedenja študentov Univerze v Osijeku v digitalnem okolju.
Metodologija/pristop: Kvalitativna raziskava je bila opravljena na vzorcu šestih študentov različnih družboslovnih smeri (informacijska znanost, psihologija, ekonomija, menedžment v kulturi). Študenti so bili naprošeni, da poiščejo odgovor na nekaj informacijskih nalog. Uporabljena je bila metoda glasnega razmišljanja, pri kateri so sodelujoči verbalizirali svoje misli in občutja med iskanjem informacij. Vedenje raziskovanih oseb je bilo posneto z video kamero, transkripti posnetkov pa so bili analizirani in interpretirani.
Omejitve raziskave: Majhen in priročen vzorec omejuje veljavnost ugotovitev raziskave.
Izvirnost/uporabnost: Rezultati dajejo koristen vpogled v informacijsko vedenje študentov v elektronskem okolju (njihovo strategijo, korake pri iskanju, občutke itn.) toda presenetljivo razkrivajo nizko raven poizvedovalnih spretnosti pri študentih informacijske znanosti.

Ključne besede

študenti; informacijsko vedenje; digitalno okolje; Univerza v Osijeku

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