School of Information Sciences

James D. "Kip" Currier

Assistant Professor

609 IS Building

Institution of highest degree:
PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Research Interests:

Human information behavior (information needs, seeking, organizing, and use); Copyright and Fair Use; Scholarly Communication; Social Networking; Diversity Issues.

Recent Publications:

Spink, A., & Currier, J. (2006a). Emerging evolutionary approach to human information behavior. In A. Spink & C. Cole (Eds.), New directions in human information behavior (pp. 13-31). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Spink, A., & Currier, J. (2006b). Towards an evolutionary perspective for human information behavior: An exploratory study. Journal of Documentation, 62(2), 171-193.

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