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“Taking a Drink from a Fire Hydrant”: How Do We Find Information? (Part 3 of 4)

There are many models, paradigms, and theories discussed in the field of library and information science that are used to interpret and define the information behavior of the everyday user. The results from these analyses provide information that has the … Continue reading

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“Taking a Drink from a Fire Hydrant”: How Do We Find Information? (Part 2 of 4)

It is helpful first to view the information that was present in every part of my experience as existing in the three typologies that are posited by Brenda Dervin in her “sense making” school of thought. While other typologies do exist, … Continue reading

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