Information Literacy and the Digitalisation of the Workplace
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|No. of pages:||192 pages|
This book aims to bring forward the role of workplace information literacy as a key condition for successful digitalization or digital transformation in today?s workplace.
Digitalization has had an overwhelming impact on the workplace in recent years, making it more associable, editable, interactive, programmable, traceable, communicable and distributable. But this change comes with substantial changes to ways of working. New technologies almost always translate into new work processes, work arrangements, collaborative engagements and thus disrupt the information environment and consolidate equilibra at work. This book aims to bring forward the role of workplace information literacy as a key condition for successful digitalization or digital transformation in today?s workplace. Featuring contributions from leading scholars, it examines the multifaceted role of workplace information literacy in organizational operations and its role in the digitalization process, taking into account the role and perspectives of employer and employee.
1. Advancing Theory on Workplace Information Literacy 2. Literature Review: In Search of the Many Meanings of Information Literacy 3. Digital Literacy in a Post
-Digital Era: Rethinking 'Literacy' as Sociomaterial Practice 4. Methodological Choices of Information Literacy at the Workplace: Qualitative, Quantitative or Mixed Methods? 5. Investigating Information Seeking and Information Sharing Using Digital Trace Data 6. Making Do with Limited Transparency of Sensitive Information in Secretive Organizations: Collective Information Literacy Through Hinting 7. Information Literacy Competencies for Career Transitions in the Digital Age 8. The Importance of Information Literacy for Work Satisfaction in a World
-Workplace Context 9. Entrepreneurs' Digital Information Sources Selection: A Perspective to Impact of Information Literacy and Generational Differences 10. Conclusion: Workplace information literacy as the literacy of digital workplace