Information Practices and Digital Cultures
The group forms a forum for scholarly debate and exchange, cutting across a variety of different perspectives, theoretical approaches, empirical issues, and methodological concerns. It is interest-driven and membership is fluid. Members’ research includes studies of reading practices, library work and use, scholarly communication practices, and media- and information literacies in a variety of settings.
Members balance active involvement in the public debate, contribution to societal, as well as professional development with extensive international publication and service to the academic community in Information Studies.
The research group holds recurring meetings to discuss current topics, texts, projects or challenges in the research area of information practices and digital cultures. You can see the research group's planned meetings in the university calendar.