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Heinström Jannica, Sormunen Eero. (2016). Students’ collaborative inquiry – Relation to approaches to studying and instructional intervention.. Journal of Information Science 42 (3), 324-333.
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Henttonen Pekka. (2016). Silkkaa asiaa. Faili 2016 (4), 44.
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Savolainen Reijo. (2016). Approaching the affective barriers to information seeking: the viewpoint of appraisal theory. Information Research 21 (4), 1603.
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Mäkinen Maarit, Sihvonen Mika. (2016). Maahanmuuttajien digivalmiuksien haasteita sekä ratkaisuja oppimisessa ja osallistumisessa. Teoksessa Viteli Jarmo, Östman Anneli (toim.) Tuovi 14 : Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2016-konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampere: Tampereen yliopisto, 13-19. (TRIM Research Reports 22).
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Packalén Saara, Henttonen Pekka. (2016). Ambiguous Labels: Facet Analysis of Class Names in Finnish Public-Sector Functional Classification Systems. Knowledge Organization 43 (7), 490-501.
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Savolainen Reijo. (2016). Information seeking and searching strategies as plans and patterns of action: a conceptual analysis. Journal of Documentation 72 (6), 1154-1180.
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Savolainen Reijo. (2016). Elaborating the conceptual space of information-seeking phenomena. Information Research 21 (3), 720.
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Hartel Jenna, Savolainen Reijo. (2016). Pictorial metaphors for information. Journal of Documentation 72 (5), 794-812.
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Syvänen Antti, Mäkiniemi Jaana-Piia, Syrjä Sannu, Heikkilä-Tammi Kirsi, Viteli Jarmo. (2016). When does the educational use of ICT become a source of technostress for Finnish teachers?. Seminar.net. International Journal of Media, Technology & Lifelong Learning 12 (2), 95-109.
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Franssila Heljä. (2016). Enhancing information interaction as a means for situation awareness maintenance in mobile field work. Cognition, Technology and Work 18 (3), 567–582.
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Heinström, Jannica; Sormunen, Eero. (2016). Students' collaborative inquiry - Relation to approaches to studying and instructional intervention. Journal of information science 42 (3), 324-333.
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Kautto Tuija. (2016). Digikiri vaiko kiireessä hutilointia ja vatulointia?. FAILI 2016 (1), 35-37.
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Savolainen Reijo. (2016). Approaches to socio-cultural barriers to information seeking. Library & Information Science Research 38 (1), 52-59.
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Rousi Antti Mikael, Savolainen Reijo, Vakkari Pertti. (2016). A typology of music information for studies on information seeking. Journal of Documentation 72 (2), 265-276.
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Older publications

2010

  • Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko & Savolainen, Reijo (2010). Kirjasto 2.0: yleiset kirjastot sosiaalisen median hyödyntäjinä. Kunnallistieteellinen aikakauskirja 38(4), 377-395.
  • Franssila, Heljä (2010). User experiences and acceptance scenarios of NFC applications in security service field work. In: Josef Langer, Heikki Ailisto, Tuomo Tuikka, Florian Michahelles, Witold Jacak, Stefan Grünberger, Christian Saminger  (eds.) Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Near Field Communication (NFC) 2010, Monaco, Monaco, April 20, 2010. New York:. In: Josef Langer, Heikki Ailisto, Tuomo Tuikka, Florian Michahelles, Witold Jacak, Stefan Grünberger, Christian Saminger  (eds.) Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Near Field Communication (NFC) 2010, Monaco, Monaco, April 20, 2010. New York: IEEE Computer Society.
  • Hongisto, H. & Sormunen, E. 2010. The challenges of the first research paper – observing students and the teacher in the secondary school classroom. In: Practising information literacy. Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Ed. by Annemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies, pp. 95-120.
  • Kari, Jarkko (2010). Diversity in the conceptions of information use. Information Research 15(4).
  • Kari, Jarkko (2010). Mitä on tiedonkäyttö? [What is information use?] In Sami Serola (Ed.), Ote informaatiosta: johdatus informaatiotutkimukseen ja interaktiiviseen mediaan [Handle on information: an introduction to information studies and interactive media] (pp. 116-154). Helsinki: BTJ Kustannus.
  • Kari, Jarkko & Savolainen, Reijo (2010), On the connections between information use and learning processes. In: Practising information literacy. Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Ed. by Annemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies 2010, pp. 229-249.
  • Kettunen, Kimmo &  Henttonen, Pekka (2010). Missing in action? Content of records management metadata in real life. Library & Information Science Research 32 (1), 43–52.
  • Lugmayr Artur, Franssila Heljä, Sotamaa Olli, Safran Christian & Aaltonen Timo (eds.)(2010) Proceedings of the 14th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Envisioning Future Media Environments. New York: ACM.
  • Muukkonen, Joanna (2010). Lisätty todellisuus - lisätyt mahdollisuudet opetuksessa? Pohdintoja opetuksellisen muutoksen näkökulmasta. Teoksessa: Jarmo Viteli & Anneli Östman (toim.). Tuovi 8: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2010 -konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampere: Tampereen yliopisto, Informaatiotutkimuksen ja interaktiivisen median laitos. TRIM Research Reports, s. 124-131.  
  • Sairanen, Anu & Savolainen, Reijo (2010). Avoiding health information in the context of uncertainty management. Information Research 15(4).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2010). Dietary blogs as sites of informational and emotional support. Information Research 15(4).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2010). Everyday life information seeking. In:  Encyclopedia of library and information sciences. 3rd ed. London: Taylor & Francis 2010, pp. 1780-1789.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2010). Source preference criteria in the context of everyday projects: relevance judgments made by prospective home buyers. Journal of Documentation 66(1). 70-92.
  • Talja, Sanna (2010). Jean Lave´s practice theory. In: Critical theory for library and information science: exploring the social from across the disciplines. Ed. by Gloria J. Leckie, Lisa M. Given & J.E. Buschman. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 205-220.
  • Talja, Sanna & Lloyd, Annemaree (2010). Challenges for future research on learning, literacies and information practices. In:  Practising information literacy. Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Ed. by Annemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies 2010, pp. 357-364.
  • Talja, Sanna & Lloyd, Annemaree  (2010. Integrating Theories of Learning, Literacies and Information practices. In: Practising information literacy. Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Ed. by Annemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies 2010, pp. ix-xx.
  • Tanni, Mikko (2010). Teacher trainees of the Internet age – changing conceptions of information literacy instruction?. In: Practising information literacy. Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Ed. by Annemaree Lloyd & Sanna Talja. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Charles Sturt University. Centre for Information Studies 2010, pp. 189–210.
  • Tenopir, Carol, Wilson, C.S., Vakkari, Pertti, Talja, Sanna & King, Donald W. (2010).  Cross country comparison of scholarly e-reading patterns in Australia, Finland and the United States. Australian Academic and Research Libraries 41(1), 26-41.
  • Viisautta wikin tekoon (laat. Elias Aarnio, Antero Aunesluoma, Ari-Matti Auvinen, Tiina Front-Tammivirta, Joanna Muukkonen, Marko Mäkilä, Juha Pihlaja, Jukka Purma, Anne Rongas, Maija Saraste, Titi Tamminen, Jarmo Tanskanen, Tarmo Toikkanen, Tere Vadén, Outi Vahtila ja Anna Vilhula). Wikikirjasto.


2009

  • Franssila, Heljä (2009). Mobile email as a business performance driver in everyday knowledge work - a diary and interview study. Teoksessa: Lugmayr, Artur; Franssila, Heljä; Näränen, Pertti,; Sotamaa, Olli & Vanhala, Jukka (eds.), 13th International MindTrek Conference:Everyday Life in the Ubiquitous Era. Tampere, Finland, September/October 2009, 53-56.
  • Franssila, Heljä & Mannonen, Petri (2009). Understanding social entities, activity copuling and social computing affordances in industrial work environment. Teoksessa: Norros, Leena; Koskinen, Hanna; Salo, Leena & Savioja, Paula (eds.), Designing beyond the product - understanding activity and user experience in ubiquitous environments. ECCE 2009 (European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics), 403-410.
  • Henttonen, Pekka (2009). A Comparison of MoReq and SÄHKE metadata and functional requirements. Records Management Journal 19(1), 26-36.
  • Kari, Jarkko (2009). Informational uses of spiritual information: an analysis of messages reportedly transmitted by extraphysical means. Journal of Information Science 35(4), 453-468.
  • Leinonen, Teemu, Vadén, Tere & Suoranta, Juha (2009). Learning in and with an open wiki project: Wikiversity´s potential in global capacity bulding. First Monday 14(2).
  • Limberg, Louise, Sundin, Olof, & Talja, Sanna (2009). Teoretiska perspektiv på informationskompetens. In J. Hedman & A. Lundh (Eds.) Informationskompetenser: Informationssökning  i lärandepraktiker - lärande i informationspraktiker. Stockholm: Carlson Förlag. 36-65.
  • Mikkonen Teemu & Vadén Tere (2009). The anatomy of sustainable open source community building: the cultural point of view. Teoksessa Imed Hammouda, Timo Aaltonen & Andrea Capiluppi (toim.), Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Building Sustainable Open Source Communities. Tampere: Tampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto, 14-20. (Tampere University of Technology, Department of Software Systems, Report 3).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). Interpreting informational cues: an explorative study on information use among prospective homebuyers. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60(11), 2244-2254.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). The information needs of prospective homebuyers: an exploratory study of apartment purchases in Finland. International Journal of Consumer Studies 33(5)5, 566-571.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). Information use and information processing. Comparison of conceptualizations. Journal of Documentation 65(2)2, 187-207.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). The behaviour/practice debate: a discussion prompted by Tom Wilson's review of Reijo Savolainen's Everyday information practices: a social phenomenological perspective. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008 (commentators: Tom D. Wilson, Michael Olsson, Mary Cavanagh, and "David"). Information Research 14(2).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). Small world and information grounds as contexts of information seeking and sharing. Library & Information Science Research 31(1), 38-45.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2009). Epistemic work and knowing in practice as conceptualizations of information use. Information Research 14(1).
  • Talja, Sanna (2009). Science and technology studies. In Bates, M. & Maack, M.N. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. New York: Taylor & Francis.

2008

  • Franssila, Heljä (2008). Ryhmätyöteknologia-alustan käyttöönottoon yhteydessä olevat tekijät lukiotyöorganisaatiossa. Teoksessa Viteli, Jarmo (toim.), Tuovi 6: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2008 -konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampere: Tampereen yliopiston hypermedialaboratorion verkkojulkaisuja 19, 59-69.
  • Harviainen, J. Tuomas (2008). A hermeneutical approach to role-playing analysis. International Journal of Role-Playing, 1, 66-78.
  • Henriksson Jani, Mikkonen Teemu, Vadén Tere. (2008). Experiences of wiki use in Finnish companies. Teoksessa Lugmayr A. et al. (toim.), 12th International MindTrek Conference: Entertainment and Media in the Ubiquitous Era. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery, 150-153.
  • Henttonen, Pekka (2008). Media selection and archival appraisal. Atlanti, vol 18, p. 297-305.
  • Kari, Jarkko (2008). Informational uses of information: a theoretical synthesis. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 45(1).
  • Reijonen, Irma & Talja, Sanna (2006). Information sharing practices in multidisciplinary research groups. In: Guerrero-Bote, V.P. (ed) Current Research in Information Sciences and Technologies: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Global Information Systems, Vol. 1.,  461-465. Bajadoz: Open Institute of Knowledge.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2008). Autonomous, controlled and half-hearted. Unemployed people's motivations to seek information about jobs.  Information Research 13(4).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2008). Everyday information practices. A social phenomenological perspective. Lanham, Maryland: The Scarecrow Press.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2008). Source preferences in the context of seeking problem-specific information. Information Processing & Management 44(1), 274-293.
  • Sormunen, Eero & Poikela, Esa (toim.) 2008. Informaatio, informaatiolukutaito ja oppiminen. Tampere: Tampere University Press.
  • Souto, Patricia & Dervin, Brenda & Savolainen, Reijo (2008). Designing for knowledge worker informings: an exemplar application of Sense-Making methodology (co-authors: Patricia Souto and Brenda Dervin). In: ASIST 2008. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Columbus, Ohio, October 24-29, 2008.
  •  Tanni, M., Sormunen, E. & Syvänen, A. (2008). Prospective history teachers' information behaviour in lesson planning. Information Research 13(4).  
  • Tanni, Mikko & Sormunen, Eero (2008). A critical review of research on information behavior in assigned learning tasks. Journal of Documentation 64(69, 893-914.

2007

  • Airio, Eija, Sormunen, Eero, Halttunen, Kai & Kekustalo, Heikki (2007). Integrating Standard Test Collections in Interactive IR Instruction. In: First International Workshop on Teaching and Learning of Information Retrieval (TLIR 2007). London, UK. 10 January 2007.
  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2007). Kokemustietämyksen elinkaaren hallinnan haasteet asennus- ja huoltotyössä. Teoksessa Viteli Jarmo & Kaupinmäki Simo (toim.), Tuovi 5: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2007 -konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit, 60-85. 
  • Fry, Jenny  & Talja, Sanna (2007). The intellectual and social organization of academic fields and the shaping of digital resources. Journal of Information Science 33(2), 115-133.
  • Harviainen, J. Tuomas (2007). Live-action role-playing environments as information systems: an Introduction. Information Research, 12(4).
  • Henttonen, Pekka (2007): Records, rules and speech acts. Archival principles and preservation of speech acts.  Tampere: Tampere University Press, 2007.  (2007 Acta Universitatis Tamperensis; 1246).
  • Kari, Jarkko (2007). Conceptualizing the personal outcomes of information. Information Research 12(2).
  • Kari, Jarkko (200b). A review of the spiritual in information studies. Journal of Documentation, 63(6), 935-962.
  • Kari, Jarkko & Hartel, Jenna (2007). Information and higher things in life: addressing the pleasurable and the profound in information science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(8), 1131-1147.
  • Kari, Jarkko & Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Relationships between information seeking and context: a qualitative study of Internet searching and the goals of personal development. Library & Information Science Research 29(1), 47-69.
  • Kautto, Vesa & Talja Sanna (2007). Disciplinary socialization: Learning to evaluate the quality of scholarly literature. Advances in Library Admistration and Organization 25, 33-59.
  • Kupiainen Reijo, Suoranta Juha & Vaden Tere (2007). Fire next time; or revisioning higher education in the context of digital social creativity. e-Learning 4(2).
  • Mikkonen Teemu, Vadén Tere & Vainio Niklas. (2007). The protestant ethic strikes back: open source developers and the ethic of capitalism. First Monday 12 (2).
  • Pehkonen Marika, Lietsala Katri, & Franssila Heljä (2007). Sosiaalinen vai epäsosiaalinen media? Sosiaalisen median mediasta, sosiaalisuudesta ja vuorovaikutteisesta toiminnasta verkoissa. Teoksessa Viteli Jarmo & Kaupinmäki Simo (toim.), Tuovi 5: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2007 -konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit, 86-118.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Filtering and withdrawing: strategies for coping with information overload in everyday contexts. Journal of Information Science 33(5), 611-621.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Motives for giving information in non-work contexts and the expectations of reciprocity. The case of environmental activists. In: ASIST 2007. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 19-24, 2007.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Information source horizons and source preferences of environmental activists: A social phenomenological approach. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(12), 1709-1719.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Information behavior and information practice: reviewing the umbrella concepts of information-seeking studies. Library Quarterly 77(2), 109-132.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2007). Media credibility and cognitive authority. The case of seeking orienting information. Information Research 12(3).
  • Suoranta Juha & Vadén Tere (2007). From social to socialist media: the critical potential of the Wikiworld. Teoksessa McLaren Peter;Kincheloe Joe (toim.), Critical pedagogy: where are we now? New York: Peter Lang.
  • Talja, S. & McKenzie, P. J. (2007). Editors' introduction: Special issue on discursive approaches to information seeking in context. Library Quarterly 77(2), 97-108.
  • Talja, Sanna (2007). Scholarly communities and computing expertise: The role of formal and informal learning. Advances in Library Admistration and Organization 25, 261-282.
  • Talja, Sanna & Hartel, Jenna (2007). Revisiting the user-centered turn in information science research: An intellectual history perspective. Information Research 12(4).
  • Talja, Sanna & McKenzie, Pamela J. (2007). Editors' introduction: Special issue on discursive approaches to information seeking in context. Library Quarterly 77(2), 97-108.
  • Talja, Sanna, Vakkari, Pertti Fry, Jenny & Wouters, Paul (2007). The impact of research cultures on the use of digital library resources. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(11), 1674-1685.
  • Vainio, Niklas & Vadén, Tere (2007). The free software philosophy of Richard M. Stallman as a foundation for the Open Source movement. Teoksessa: StAmant, Kirk & Still, Brian (toim.), Handbook of research on open source software: technological, economic, and social perspectives. Hershey, PA.: IGI Global.


2006

  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2006). Feasibility of iterative design as a challenge in distributed participatory design lifecycle. NordCHI 2006 Workshop "Distributed Participatory Design", 14th October, Oslo.
  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2006). ICT in class and subject teachers’ work – everyday practices and challenges. Teoksessa Multisilta, Jari & Haaparanta, Heikki (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Human Centered Technology HCT06. Tampere University of Technology: Pori, 33-42.
  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2006). Tieto- ja viestintäteknisesti tuetun toimintamallin toteutuminen lukiotyöyhteisössä - SAMPO-toimintatutkimus Tampereella. Teoksessa Viteli, Jarmo & Kaupinmäki, Simo (toim.), TUOVI 4: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2006 –konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampereen yliopisto, Hypermedialaboratorion verkkojulkaisuja, 99-112.
  • Harviainen, J. Tuomas (2006). Information, immersion, identity: the interplay of multiple selves during live-action role-play. Journal of Interactive Drama, 1(2), 9-51.
  • Kari, Jarkko (2006). Evolutionary information seeking: A case study of personal development and Internet searching. First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet 11(1).
  •  Kari, Jarkko (2006). Free-form searching via web sites: Content and moving observed in the context of personal development. Information Processing and Management 42(3), 769-784.
  • Markkula, Marjo  & Sormunen, Eero (2006). Video needs at the different stages of television program making process. In: Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Information interaction in context (IIiX), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 176():111-118. ACM Press.
  • Pehkonen, Marika & Franssila, Heljä (2006). Challenges and emerging promises of intranet portal implementation and design in use. Teoksessa Multisilta, Jari & Haaparanta, Heikki (eds.). Proceedings of the Workshop on Human Centered Technology HCT06. Tampere University of Technology: Pori, 50-59.
  • Pehkonen, Marika & Franssila, Heljä (2006). Web 2.0 -tekniikoille rakentuvan sosiaalisen median kerrostuma - ratkaisuja informaalin tietämyksenjaon ja työssä oppimisen haasteisiin organisaatioissa? Teoksessa Viteli, Jarmo & Kaupinmäki, Simo (toim.). TUOVI 4: Interaktiivinen tekniikka koulutuksessa 2006 –konferenssin tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampereen yliopisto, Hypermedialaboratorion verkkojulkaisuja, 51-65.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2006). Spatial factors as contextual qualifiers of information seeking. Information Research 11(4).
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2006). Information use as gap-bridging: the viewpoint of Sense-Making methodology. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57(8), 1116-1125.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2006). Time as a context of information seeking. Library & Information Science Research 28(1), 141-163.
  •  Savolainen, Reijo & Kari, Jarkko (2006). Facing and bridging gaps in Web searching. Information Processing & Management 42(2), 519-537.
  • Savolainen, Reijo & Kari, Jarkko (2006). User-defined relevance criteria in Web searching. Journal of Documentation 62(6), 685-707.
  • Talja, Sanna & Hansen, Preben (2005). Information sharing. In A. Spink & C. Cole (Eds.): New Directions in Human Information Behavior. Dordrect: Springer. 113-134.
  • Vadén, Tere (2006). Intellectual property and knowledge creation in disorganisations. E-Learning 3(3), 428-433.
  • Vadén, Tere, Ulvila, Marko, Mäkinen, Maarit, Rantanen, Tiina-Riitta & Vainio, Niklas (2006). Freedom and sharing in the global network society: digital resources and artificial scarcity. E-Learning  3(3), 265-270.
  • Vainio, Niklas, Oksanen, Ville & Vadén, Tere (2006). Company participation in open source software communities: measuring sustainability. Teoksessa Maula, Marjatta,  Hannula, Mika, Seppä,  Marko & Tommila Johanna (toim.), Proceedings of Frontiers of e-Business Research. Tampere.
  • Vakkari, Pertti  & Talja, Sanna (2006). Searching for electronic articles to support academic tasks: A case study of the use of the Finnish National Electronic Library (FinElib). Information Research 12(1).

2005

  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2005). National and local efforts to support integration of ICT into everyday practices in Finnish schools. Teoksessa Pedro Isaías; Piet Kommers & Maggie McPherson (eds.). IADIS International Conference e-Society 2005. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society 2005, 27-30 June 2005, Qawra, Malta, 35-42.
  • Franssila, Heljä & Pehkonen, Marika (2005). Kouluorganisaation tieto- ja viestintäteknisesti tuetun toimintamallin kolmikantainen yhteissuunnittelu – Sampo-toimintatutkimus Tampereella. Teoksessa Viteli, Jarmo; Järvinen, Tiina & Kaupinmäki, Simo (toim.), Tuovi 3: ITK 2005 tutkijatapaamisen artikkelit. Tampereen yliopisto. Hypermedialaboratorion verkkojulkaisuja 10, 168-176.
  • Savolainen, Reijo  (2005). Everyday life information seeking. In: Theories of information behavior. Ed. by Karen Fisher & Sanda Erdelez & Lynne McKechnie. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2005, pp. 143-148.
  • Talja, Sanna (2005). The domain analytic approach to the study of scholars' information practices. In K. Fisher, S. Erdelez, and L. McKechnie (Eds) Theories of information behavior: A researcher's guide.. Medford, NJ. Information Today. 123-127.
  • Talja, Sanna (2005). The social and discursive construction of computing skills. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(1), 13-22.
  • Talja, Sanna (2005). Users' library discourses. In C-G Johannsen & L. Kajberg (Eds.) New frontiers in public library research. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. 307-327.
  • Talja, Sanna, Tuominen, Kimmo & Savolainen, Reijo (2005). "Isms" in information science: Constructivism, collectivism and constructionism. Journal of Documentation, 61(1), 79-101
  • Tuominen, Kimmo & Savolainen, Reijo & Talja, Sanna (2005). Information literacy as sociotechnical practice. Library Quarterly 75(3), 329-345.
  • Tuominen, Kimmo & Talja, Sanna & Savolainen, Reijo (2005). The social constructionist viewpoint to information practices. In: Theories of information behavior. Ed. by Karen Fisher & Sanda Erdelez & Lynne McKechnie. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2005, pp. 328-333.
  • Vakkari, Pertti & Talja, Sanna (2005). The influence of the scatter of literature on the use of electronic resources across disciplines: A case study of FinElib. In Rauber, A., Christodoulakis, S., & Min Tjoa, A. (Eds) Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 9th European Conference, ECDL 2005. Lectures Notes in Computer Science, 3652, 207-217.

2004

  • Fry, Jenny & Talja, Sanna (2004). The cultural shaping of scholarly communication: Explaining e-journal use within and across academic fields. In: ASIST 2004: Proceedings of the 67th ASIST Annual Meeting, Vol. 41. Medford, NJ.: Information Today. 20-30.
  • Kari, Jarkko (2004). Web information seeking by pages: An observational study of moving and stopping. Information Research 9(4).
  • Mäyrä Frans & Vadén Tere. (2004). Ethics of living technology. Human IT 7(2), 171-196.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2004). Enthusiastic, realistic and critical. Discourses of Internet use in the context of everyday life information seeking. Information Research 10(1).
  • Savolainen, Reijo & Kari, Jarkko (2004). Conceptions of the Internet in everyday life information seeking. Journal of Information Science 30(23),. 219-226.
  • Savolainen, Reijo & Kari, Jarkko (2004). Placing the Internet in information source horizons. A study of information seeking by Internet users in the context of self-development. Library & Information Science Research 26(4), 415-433.
  • Sormunen, Eero & Pennanen, S. (2004). The challenge of automated tutoring in Web-based learning environments for IR instruction. The 2003 Conference on Users in the Electronic Information Environments, September 8-9, Espoo, Finland. Information Research, 9(2).
  • Talja, Sanna & Maula, Hanni & Savolainen, Reijo (2004). Field differences in the use and perceived usefulness of scholarly mailing. Information Research 10(1).
  • Vadén Tere (2004). Digital nominalism. Ethics and Information Technology (6), 223-231.
  • Vadén, Tere & Suoranta, Juha (2004). Breaking radical monopolies. Towards political economy of digital literacy. E-Learning 1 (2), 283-301.

2003

  • Kari, Jarkko & Savolainen, Reijo (2003). Toward a contextual model of information seeking on the Web. The New Review of Information Behaviour Research, vol. 4, 155-175. 
  • Talja, Sanna (2003) Information sharing in academic communities: Types and levels of collaboration in information seeking and use. New Review of Information Behavior Research 3, 143-159.
  • Talja, Sanna (2003). Supporting scholars' collaboration in document seeking, retrieval and filtering. Proceedings of  the Workshop on  Computer Supported Scientific Collaboration, Eight European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW), Helsinki,  Finland,  September 2003. Ed. H. Karasti, K. Baker, G. Bowker. Oulu: University of Oulu, Department of Information Processing Science, Research papers A34. 49-55.
  • Talja, Sanna & Maula, Hanni (2003). Reasons for the use and non-use of electronic journals and databases: A domain analytic study in four scholarly disciplines. Journal of Documentation 59(6), 673-691.
  • Tuominen, Kimmo, Talja, Sanna & Savolainen, Reijo (2003). Multiperspective digital libraries: The implications of constructionism for the development of digital libraries. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 54(6), 561-569. 

2002

  • Savolainen, Reijo (2002). Network competence and information seeking on the Internet: from definitions towards a social cognitive model. Journal of Documentation 58(2)2, 211-226.
  • Sormunen, Eero, Halttunen, Kai & Keskustalo, Heikki (2002). Query Performance Analyser - a tool for bridging information retrieval research and education. Tampere, Finland: University of Tampere, Department of Information Studies, Research Notes 2002-1. 25 p.
  • Tuominen, Kimmo, Talja, Sanna & Savolainen, Reijo (2002). Discourse, cognition and reality: Towards a social constructionist metatheory for library and information science. - Emerging frameworks and methods: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and  Information Science (CoLIS4), Seattle, WA, July 21-25. Toim. Raya Fidel, Harry Bruce, Peter Ingwersen & Pertti Vakkari. Greenwood Village, Co.: Libraries Unlimited. 271-283.


2001

  • Kari, Jarkko (2001). Information seeking and interest in the paranormal: Towards a process model of information action. (Acta Universitatis Tamperensis 826) (Acta Electronica Universitatis Tamperensis 118)
  • Talja, Sanna (2001). Music, culture, and the library: an analysis of discourses. Lanham. Md.: Scarecrow Press.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2001). Living encyclopedia or idle talk? Seeking and providing consumer information in an Internet newsgroup. Library and Information Science Research 23(1), 67-90.


2000

  • Halttunen, Kai & Sormunen, Eero (2000). Learning Information Retrieval through an Educational Game. Education for Information 18: 289-311. 
  • Markkula, Marjo & Sormunen, Eero (2000), End-User Searching Challenges Indexing Practices in the Digital Newspaper Photo Archive. Information Retrieval 1(4): 259-285.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2000). Embarking on the Internet: what motivates people? Aslib Proceedings 52(5)5, 185-193.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (2000). Incorporating small parts and gap-bridging: two metaphorical approaches to information use.The New Review of Information Behaviour Research, vol. 1, 35-50


1999

  • Savolainen, Reijo (1999). The role of the Internet in information seeking. Putting the networked services in context. Information Processing & Management 35(6)6, 765-782.
  • Savolainen, Reijo (1999). Seeking and using information from the Internet. The context of non-work use. In: Exploring the contexts of information behaviour. Ed. by Tom D. Wilson & David K. Allen. London: Taylor Graham 1999, pp. 356-370.
  • Talja, Sanna (1999). Analyzing qualitative interview data: The discourse analytic method. Library & Information Science Research 21(4), 459-477.
  • Talja, Sanna & Keso, Heidi & Pietiläinen, Tarja (1999). The production of context in information seeking research: A metatheoretical view. Information Processing and Management 35, 751-763.


1998

  • Savolainen, Reijo (1998). The use studies on electronic networks. A review of empirical research approaches and challenges for their development. Journal of Documentation 54(3), 323-344.


1997

  • Talja, Sanna (1997). Constituting "information" and "user" as research objects. A theory of knowledge formations as an alternative to the information man -theory. In: Vakkari, P., Savolainen, R. & Dervin, B. (eds.) Information Seeking in Context. London: Taylor Graham. 67-80.
  • Tuominen, Kimmo & Savolainen, Reijo (1997). Social constructionist approach to the study of information use as discursive action. In: Information Seeking in Context. Proceedings of an International Conference on Research in Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts, 14-16 August, 1996 Tampere, Finland. Ed. by Pertti Vakkari & Reijo Savolainen & Brenda Dervin. London (UK): Taylor Graham, 1997, pp. 81-96.


1995

  • Savolainen, Reijo (1995). Everyday life information seeking: approaching information seeking in the context of way of life. Library & Information Science Research 17(3), 259-294.


1993

  • Savolainen, Reijo (1993). The sense-making theory: reviewing the interests of a user-centered approach to information seeking and use. Information Processing & Management 29(1), 13-28.
 
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