Drug information seeking behaviours of health care professionals in Iran,Editorial,Faculty Perception of Wikipedia in the California State University System,Immersive information behaviour; using the documents of the future,Information behaviors in value adding of farmers’ production and marketing in Thailand,Nurses’ and midwives’ information behaviour: a review of literature from 1998 to 2014,Synthesizing Visual Digital Library Research to Formulate a User-Centered Evaluation Framework,The Influence of Positive Hypothesis Testing on Youths' Online Health-Related Information Seeking,The information practices of Business PhD students,Wikipedia and Undergraduate Research Trajectories
This special issue explores information behaviour and practice in general, and specifically focuses on the implications for library and information services. Information seeking behaviour and information practice remain areas of importance in information science and librarianship, perhaps even more so in the digital age. This special issue is an opportunity to share ideas and scholarship and to explore models and methods. The papers chosen for inclusion cover a range of topics and approach them from a number of different epistemological and methodological positions demonstrating the liveliness and creativity of researchers working in contemporary information behaviour and practice scholarship.