My research focuses on the investigation of cause-effect-relationships in different fields of Psychology, Media Studies, Information Science, and Education. I am particularly interested in analyzing how different kinds of digital learning environments influence information or knowledge seeking behavior and how individuals and groups adopt to new media. To date, I worked in three different research areas and theoretical frameworks: social learning theories (Bandura, 1977), innovations or technology adoption theories (Rogers, 2005), and the notion of socio-technical systems (Orlikowski, 1992).
- Current Research Projects
A model for the integrated and targeted library services and instruction to suppport research in a U.S. University
- Teaching research synthesis (or reviwing literature) to graduate students
- Using artificial intelligence (AI) to support evidence synthesis or a systematic review