Phenomenography in the Centre for Information Technology Innovation (CITI)

Bruce, Christine S. (2003) Phenomenography in the Centre for Information Technology Innovation (CITI). In The EARLI Experience and Understanding SIG (SIG10) Meeting, Australian National University.

Abstract

Phenomenography has its roots in educational research (Marton and Booth, 1997), but has since been adopted in other domains including business (Sandberg, 1994), health (Barnard, McCosker and Gerber, 1999), information science (Bruce, 1999a,b) and information technology (Bruce and Pham, 2001) as well as information systems. Emerging phenomenographic research in areas other than education, has been interdisciplinary, often bringing together technology, education and a host discipline such as health or business.

In Australia, phenomenography has been used in information technology (IT) related research primarily in Victoria and Queensland. These studies have pursued the latter two of three established lines of phenomenographic research: 1) the study of conceptions of learning; 2) the study of conceptions in specific disciplines of study and 3) the study of how people conceive of various aspects of their everyday world that have not, for them, been the object of formal studies (Marton 1988, p.189). Information Technology researchers have predominantly pursued the latter two lines of research.

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ID Code: 62329
Item Type: Conference Paper
Refereed: No
Divisions: Current > Schools > School of Information Systems
Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Science & Engineering Faculty
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2003 [please consult the author]
Deposited On: 22 Sep 2013 23:17
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2013 03:15

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