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Opportunities and risks in the use of AI in career development practice (2022)
Journal Article
Wilson, M., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Gkatzia, D. (2022). Opportunities and risks in the use of AI in career development practice. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 48(1), 48-57. https://doi.org/10.20856/jnicec.4807

The Covid-19 pandemic required many aspects of life to move online. This accelerated a broader trend for increasing use of ICT and AI, with implications for both the world of work and career development. This article explores the potential benefits a... Read More about Opportunities and risks in the use of AI in career development practice.

New information literacy horizons: Making the case for career information literacy (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (2021, September). New information literacy horizons: Making the case for career information literacy. Presented at European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) 2021, Bamberg, Germany [Online]

A literature review on the broad theme of information literacy and work was undertaken between January and April 2021 as part of an on-going doctoral study. The purpose of the literature review was to explore extant research on workplace information... Read More about New information literacy horizons: Making the case for career information literacy.

A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people’s career information literacy and career information behaviours (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (2022, February). A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people’s career information literacy and career information behaviours. Poster presented at iConference 2022, Online

Poster presented at iConference 2022, Online, 28 Feb - 4 Mar 2022.

A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people's career information literacy and career information behaviours (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., & Cruickshank, P. (2022). A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people's career information literacy and career information behaviours. In iConference 2022 Posters

In the information-rich post-pandemic employment environment, young people's career success is predicated on the extent to which they can apply career information to their career decision-making and career development learning processes. Taking heed... Read More about A sequential explanatory methodology for the study of young people's career information literacy and career information behaviours.

The role of information in career development (2021)
Journal Article
Milosheva, M., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Hall, H. (2021). The role of information in career development. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, 47(1), 12-20. https://doi.org/10.20856/jnicec.4703

The role of information in career development has received relatively little research attention. A literature review completed as part of a doctorate in the first half of 2021 indicates that career information features in only a small number of publi... Read More about The role of information in career development.

The socio-material nature of careers work: An exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners (2021)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Lyall, C. (2021, March). The socio-material nature of careers work: An exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners. Poster presented at iConference 2021, Beijing, China

While knowledge co-creation is a main source of innovation in organisations, little is known about the co-creation of knowledge in career settings, particularly in the context of career guidance. This study represents a novel contribution in the cons... Read More about The socio-material nature of careers work: An exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners.

The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners (2021)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Milosheva, M., Hall, H., Robertson, P., Cruickshank, P., & Lyall, C. (2021). The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners. In iConference 2021 Poster Proceedings

While knowledge co-creation is a main source of innovation in organisations, little is known about the co-creation of knowledge in career settings, particularly in the context of career guidance. This study represents a novel contribution in the cons... Read More about The socio-material nature of careers work: an exploration of knowledge co-creation amongst career practitioners.

Job search information behaviours: An ego-net study of networking amongst young job-seekers (2018)
Journal Article
Mowbray, J., Hall, H., Raeside, R., & Robertson, P. J. (2018). Job search information behaviours: An ego-net study of networking amongst young job-seekers. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 50(3), 239-253. https://doi.org/10.1177/0961000618769965

Networking is considered an integral feature of job search, yet its behavioural manifestation has received little attention in the extant literature. Here this is addressed in a study of young job-seekers that adopted an egocentric network approach u... Read More about Job search information behaviours: An ego-net study of networking amongst young job-seekers.

Social networking sites and employment status: an investigation based on Understanding Society data (2016)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mowbray, J., Raeside, R., Hall, H., & Robertson, P. (2016). Social networking sites and employment status: an investigation based on Understanding Society data. In IDIMC 2016: Exploring our digital shadow - from data to intelligence (75-85)

An analysis is made of secondary data derived from Understanding Society: The UK household longitudinal study (2012) as related to the use of social networking sites (SNSs) amongst 16-21 year olds. This explores the relationship between employment st... Read More about Social networking sites and employment status: an investigation based on Understanding Society data.