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Biosketch: Professor Annemaree Lloyd

Annemaree is a professor in the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, at the University of Boras, Sweden. She is a social science researcher with an interest in socio-cultural and practice theoretical perspectives and in landscape and visual methodology. Areas of research interest are information literacies, and contemporary information practices in formal and informal learning in workplaces, community settings and in higher education. Her current research program focuses on the intersection between information, learning, and the performance of practice. She is also interested in the connection between information literacies and social inclusion.

In the workplace sector, Annemaree’s research explores the information experience involved in learning work practices and performance of those practices. Current interests include an exploration of the transition from education to work and the nature of information work. In the health information field, Annemaree is engaged in interdisciplinary research that explores nurses’ workplace learning. She is also exploring health literacy in relation to refugee knowledge construction and the health information practices of people with chronic illness.

In the community sector, Annemaree is conducting research with refugee youth and refugee groups. This research focuses on the intersection between learning, information literacies, information practices and social inclusion in everyday spaces. Of particular interest is how newcomer groups learn about their new resettlement landscapes, and the role information literacies and information practices in supporting informal learning.

Professor Lloyd is also engaged with theoretical work associated with the development of information practice, information literacy theory and landscape methodology.

Recent Publications (2012- Selected)

Book Chapters

Mahon, K, Kemmis, S., Francisco, S, Lloyd A. (forthcoming 2016) The theory of practice architectures: The journey so far. Exploring educational and professional practice through the lens of practice architectures. Springer

Lloyd, A (2014). Informed bodies: Does the corporeal experience matter to information literacy practice? Information Experience: Approaches to theory and practice. Bruce, C, Partridge, H, Davis, K, Hughes, H, Stoodley (Eds.), Library and Information Science Series, vol 9, pp.85-99.

Lloyd, A (2013). Building information resilient workers: The critical ground of workplace information literacy. What have we learnt? European Commission for Information Literacy: Communications in Computer and Information Science. Vol 0397, Springer

Refereed Publications 2012- (selected)

Lloyd, A (2015 in press). Stranger in a strange land: Enabling information resilience in the resettlement landscape. Journal of Documentation.

Lloyd, A (2014). Following the red thread of information in information literacy research: Recovering local knowledge through interview to the double. Library and Information Science Research, Early cite May 16 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2013.10.00

Lloyd, A (2014). Building information resilience: How do resettling refugees connect with health information in regional landscapes- Implications for health literacy. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, DOI: 10.1080/00048623.2014.884916.

LLoyd, A., Bonner, A, Dawson-Rose, C (2014) The health information practices of people living with chronic health conditions: Implications for health literacy. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, Vol 46 (3), pp 207-216

Qayyum, M.A., Thompson, K. M., Kennan, M. A., Lloyd, A. (2014). The provision and sharing of information between service providers and settling refugees. Information Research, 19(2) paper 616.

Lundh, A, Limberg, L., Lloyd, A (2013). Swapping Settings. Researching Information literacy in workplace and in educational contexts. Information Research, Vol 18 No. 3, C05.

Mornig, C & Lloyd A (2013). Analytical implications of using practice theory in workplace information literacy research. Information Research, Vol 18 No. 3,C35.

Lloyd, A, Kennan, M, Thompson, K, Qayyum, A. (2013). Connecting with new information landscapes: Information practices of refugees. Journal of Documentation, 69 (1), 121-144.

Lloyd, A (2012). Information literacy as a socially enacted practice: Sensitising themes for an emerging people in practice perspective. Journal of Documentation 68 (6) 772-223.

Fafeita, J & Lloyd, A. (2012). Plating up information literacy as social practice: A slice of the literature, Australian Academic Research Libraries, 43(2), 92-101.

Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A. (2012). Exploring the information practices of people with end-stage kidney disease. Journal of renal care, 38(3), 124-130.

Annemaree Lloyd

Ph.D., professor

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