PhD students in the Centre for Social Informatics research a wide range of information science topics. For more information on their research, including publications, visit their individual profile pages below.
Research focus: The impact of social media tools on tacit knowledge sharing practices between employees within public sector organisations
Research focus: Workplace learning development, innovation in the workplace, innovative work behaviours, information behaviours and seeking in relation to both learning in the workplace and general learning, career decision making, and associated influences (personal, context and environment)
Research focus: Participatory digital storytelling and community development focusing on digital youth, informal education and social impact evaluation in Scotland
Research focus: The impact on young people of exploratory making with technology in hands-on, informal, and experimental learning environments such as Makerspaces and FabLabs
Research focus: The role of online information in personal reputation management in the context of everyday life information seeking and human information behaviours and use