I am a lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences.
My research interests include information behaviour, information literacy, and evidence-based librarianship. I am a qualitative researcher particularly interested in the information behaviour of individuals who are in transition and information behaviour in the workplace.
I bring an international perspective to my research and teaching, doing my MLIS in Canada and my PhD in Australia.
You can find my full CV at https://rebekahwillson.com/contact/
My main areas of research interest include:
- information behaviour
- information literacy
- evidence-based librarianship
- What to expect when you’re expecting to be an academic – and how to prepare yourself for life after the PhD
- Figuring out transitions: Using Transitions Theory to examine sense making during times of change
- Information behaviour during transitions and liminal periods: Experiences of inclusion and exclusion
- Information in transition: The social flow of information. Paper presented
- Information in transition: Applying Transitions Theory to information behaviour research
- The problem with working in the university is the university: “Systemic Managerial Constraints” and working in academe
more professional activities
Computer and Information Sciences
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