LITERATURE REVIEW! 2 Introduction The topic of bike commuting is extensive in the academic transportation and health literature, covering various aspects from public policies and programs to health benefits.
Collaborative Information Seeking: A Literature Review Chirag Shah School of Communication and Information, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, USA Collaborative information seeking (CIS) is a field of research that involves studying situations, motivations, and methods for people working in collaborative groups for information seeking projects, as well as building systems for supporting such activities.
Collaborative information behaviour is described as" an activity where two or more actors communicate to identify information for accomplishing a task or This review points to the need to acknowledge the importance of collaboration in informationseeking processes, to study models, and to develop systems that are specifically designed to enable collaborative information seeking (CIS) tasks.
This chapter reviews the literature from various domains including library and information science, humancomputer interaction, collaborative systems, and information retrieval. Focus of the review is on the extent to which people work together on information seeking tasks and the systems and tools that are available for them to be successful. 10 Preben Hansen, Gunilla Widn, The embeddedness of collaborative information seeking in information culture, Journal of Information Science, 2017, 43, 4, 554CrossRef 11 Nathan J.
McNeese, Madhu C. Reddy, The role of team cognition in collaborative information seeking, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Collaborative Information Seeking in Travel Context: A literature Review Yulan Y.
Yuan ChaangIuan, Ho Assistant Professor Associate Professor Travel Management Travel Management Jinwen University of Science and Jinwen University of Science and Technology Technology Taipei, Taiwan Republic of China Collaborative information seeking (CIS) is a field of research that involves studying situations, motivations, and methods for people working in collaborative groups for information seeking projects, as well as building systems for supporting such activities.
The purpose of this paper is to gain a better understanding of the collaborative information seeking (CIS) behaviors of students conducting authentic group work projects, and the features of a collaborative search system that are most useful to these students.