High School Students: Information Seekers and Technology Users

Pope Gotschall, Cathy High School Students: Information Seekers and Technology Users., 2014 [Preprint]

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This research paper examines the community of young people, specifically high school students who use various strategies and methods of seeking information. In this examination, the notion of information seeking behavior of student and librarian will resonate thematically and the focus will be on students as a whole community, inclusive of race, gender, and socio-economic status. The hope is to define and identify the major characteristics of this community as seekers of information as well as distinguish their motivations. The conclusion of this examination will reflect on how information professionals and students can work in collaboration to satisfy this community’s information needs.

Item type: Preprint
Keywords: information, seeking, technology, high school, students,users
Subjects: C. Users, literacy and reading.
C. Users, literacy and reading. > CB. User studies.
Depositing user: Ms Cathy Pope Gotschall
Date deposited: 13 Mar 2015 17:39
Last modified: 13 Mar 2015 17:39
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/24661

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