Ameera Mansour

Akademin för bibliotek, information, pedagogik och IT (inklusive Bibliotekshögskolan)

Sektionen för biblioteks- och informationsvetenskap

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E-post: ameera.mansour@hb.se

Rumsnummer: C311

Signatur: AMMA

Ameera has joined the Swedish School of Library and Information Science (SSLIS) in mid February 2012 as a doctoral student. She is also a member of The Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS). Her research interest is focused on understanding and exploring the evolution of information literacies and practices, resulting from the current phenomenon of social media. The main focus here is to examine the evolution of new forms of information literacies and learning ecologies associated with social media tools, including the way people use these media to create, access, shape and share information.

Ameera has a Master of Science degree from Linnaeus University, School of Computer Science Physics and Mathematics, Vaxjo-Sweden. The main focus of her master studies was on understanding the relationship between organizations, people, and technology. Her master thesis was based on an exploratory case study in an attempt to explore and understand the role of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) in educational environments from students' and teachers' perspectives.  She also holds a Bachelor degree from Najah National University, School of Computer and Information Science, Palestine.

Publikationer

Mansour, A. (forthcoming) Affordances supporting mothers’ engagement in information-related activities through Facebook groups. Journal of Librarianship and
Information Science.

Mansour, A. (2020). Shared information practices on Facebook : the formation and development of a sustainable online community. Journal of Documentation, 76(3), 625–646. 

Mansour, A., & Francke, H. (2017). Credibility assessments of everyday life information on Facebook : a sociocultural investigation of a group of mothers. Information Research, 22(2).