- Title Pages
- I Introduction to Human Information Interaction
- 1 Basic Concepts
- 2 What Is Human Information Interaction?
- II Conceptual Constructs and Themes in Information-Seeking Behavior
- 3 Theoretical Constructs and Models in Information-Seeking Behavior
- 4 Information Need and the Decision Ladder
- 5 Five Search Strategies
- III Conceptual Traditions in Human Information Behavior
- 6 Two Generations of Research
- 7 In-Context Research
- 8 Theoretical Traditions in Human Information Behavior
- IV Human Information Behavior and Systems Design
- 9 Interlude: Models and Their Contribution to Design
- 10 Human Information Behavior and Information Retrieval: Is Collaboration Possible?
- 11 Cognitive Work Analysis: Dimensions for Analysis
- 12 Cognitive Work Analysis: Harnessing Complexity
- V An Ecological Approach to Information Behavior: Conclusions
- 13 Enhancing the Impact of Research in Human Information Interaction
- Index of Authors
- Index of Topics
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