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Title: Information Culture and Information Use of Media Specialists
Authors: Chanlun, Jutatip
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2015
Publisher: The Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL)
Abstract: This article describe about information culture and information use that is related theory. Information culture is behavior of people in organizations act to information in organization. These are based on the beliefs, norm, value, attitudes and understanding that everyone in the organization understands together. To be able to use information to work more efficiently. Information as one of the basic components of information system and management is especially important in the organization. Therefore, information culture concerns with how members perceive or describe information work within the organization by describing information environment, information gathering, information systems and information used by its members. Information culture is vital to the modern enterprise that focuses on information in the workplace. Information contained in every work process and in every organizations. In media organization is a group of media specialists associated with the information that are information seeking, information use and information dissemination. Information use is in that part of the information culture that occurs in the information flow and processes. Information use is relevant to the organization and the individual. Therefore, the study of information culture and information use in media specialist is important in order to understand the concept, process that related information culture and applied to the development of information culture in media organization.
Description: This paper was presented at the General Conference, Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL) XVI held in Bangkok, Thailand on the 11-13th June 2015.
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