Informacijsko vedenje študentov pri uporabi mobilnih naprav – pregled raziskav

Avtorji

  • Ksenija Rivo
  • Maja Žumer

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55741/knj.63.4.13771

Ključne besede:

mobilna tehnologija, študenti, informacijsko vedenje, visokošolske knjižnice

Povzetek

Mobilne naprave imajo pomembno vlogo v življenju študentov in s tem velike možnosti za njihovo vključenost v prihodnje načine izobraževanja. Kljub mnogim prednostim (prenosnost, priročnost) pa je njihova uporaba v študijske namene še vedno nizka. Razloge za (ne)uporabo mobilnih naprav v študijske namene je raziskovalo več avtorjev, ki so ugotovili, da na (ne)uporabo mobilnih naprav za branje študijskih e-gradiv poleg tehnoloških značilnosti vplivajo dejavniki, povezani z informacijskim vedenjem. Ta dejstva so pomembna za visokošolske knjižnice, ker so e-viri postali velik del njihovih storitev. Poleg zagotavljanja mobilnih storitev je pomembna tudi njihova promocija, saj so različne raziskave pokazale, da so študenti zainteresirani za mobilne storitve, vendar pogosto niso seznanjeni z njihovo ponudbo v knjižnici. Članek podaja pregled ugotovitev raziskav o informacijskem vedenju študentov pri uporabi mobilnih naprav, ki lahko služijo kot dobra osnova za načrtovanje in zagotavljanje mobilnih storitev v visokošolskih knjižnicah.

Prenosi

Podatki o prenosih še niso na voljo.

Biografije avtorja

  • Ksenija Rivo

    Pedagoška fakulteta, Univerza v Ljubljani, Kardeljeva ploščad 16, 1000 Ljubljana
    e-pošta: ksenija.rivo@pef.uni-lj.si

  • Maja Žumer

    Oddelek za bibliotekarstvo, informacijsko znanost in knjigarstvo, Filozofska fakulteta,
    Univerza v Ljubljani, Aškerčeva 2, 1000 Ljubljana
    e-pošta: maja.zumer@ff.uni-lj.si

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12.01.2020

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Rivo, K., & Žumer, M. (2020). Informacijsko vedenje študentov pri uporabi mobilnih naprav – pregled raziskav. Knjižnica: Revija Za področje Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti, 63(4), 9–25. https://doi.org/10.55741/knj.63.4.13771

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