Radical Change

Eliza Dresang


Explicates the relationship between information behavior and information resource design through the digital age principals of interactivity, connectivity, and access.

(Dresang, Radical Change, Theories of Information Behavior, p. 298)

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Related to the following Information Behavior Theories

rhizomorphic reading

rhizomorphic reading presupposes an active, sense making reader who understands the significance of establishing connections, appreciating heterogeneity, affirming multiplicity ,and validating and reincorporating rupture.

Examples of Radical Change

1-Changing Forms and Formats

2- Changing Perspectives

3--Changing Boundaries