The Role of Affect in the Information Seeking of Productive Scholars

Show simple item record Fitzgerald, Sarah Rose 2018-03-29T16:45:04Z 2018-03-29T16:45:04Z
dc.description This article is under embargo for 12 months from the date of publication per the open access sharing policy of the publisher. The file of this article will be accessible on April 1, 2019.
dc.description.abstract Carol Kuhlthau's (2004) work shows that affect is a vital part of information seeking for high school students and undergraduates. This article explores the influence of affect on research university faculty. Like beginning information users, advanced information users are influenced by their confidence, ambition, and interest in their work. This study employed phenomenological interviews to explore how scholars' willingness to tackle new areas of research, submit manuscripts to prestigious publications, approach colleagues for collaboration, and conduct literature searches with tenacity is impacted by their emotions and dispositions. en_US
dc.subject library science en_US
dc.subject higher education en_US
dc.subject information seeking en_US
dc.subject faculty work en_US
dc.subject scholarly communication en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Information behavior en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Communication in learning and scholarship en_US
dc.subject.lcsh College teachers en_US
dc.title The Role of Affect in the Information Seeking of Productive Scholars en_US

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