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Journal Article
J. Moll, Rexhepi, H., Cajander, Å., Grünloh, C., Huvila, I., Hägglund, M., Myreteg, G., Scandurra, I., and Åhlfeldt, R. - M., Patients' Experiences of Accessing Their Electronic Health Records: National Patient Survey in Sweden, JMIR, vol. 20, p. e278, 2018.PDF icon Moll2018.pdf (682.15 KB)
I. Huvila, Cajander, Å., Daniels, M., and Åhlfeldt, R. - M., Patients' Perceptions of their Medical Records from Different Subject Positions, JASIST, vol. 66, pp. 2456–2470, 2015.PDF icon HuvilaEtAlPatientsReading-Preprint.pdf (490.16 KB)
I. Huvila, Daniels, M., Cajander, Å., and Åhlfeldt, R. - M., Patients reading their medical records: differences in experiences and attitudes between regular and inexperienced readers, Information Research, vol. 21, 2016.
I. Huvila, The politics of boundary objects: hegemonic interventions and the making of a document, JASIST, vol. 62, pp. 2528–2539, 2011.PDF icon IstoHuvila_PoliticsOfBoundaryObjects_Preprint.pdf (292.61 KB)
I. Huvila, Putting to (information) work: A Stengersian perspective on how information technologies and people influence information practices, The Information Society, vol. 34, pp. 229–243, 2018.PDF icon Huvila2018h-Postprint.pdf (310.02 KB)
I. Huvila, Reframing the Research of Information Work with Information Leadership and Situational Appropriation of Information, Journal of Library & Information Science, vol. 42, pp. 83–87, 2016.PDF icon Huvila2016i.pdf (284.08 KB)
I. Huvila, Runescape - social fantasi på nätet, Bibban, no. 2, p. 2, 2007.
I. Huvila, Semantiska wiki som digitala arkivsystem: samlingar, ärendehantering och deltagande, Informaatiotutkimus, vol. 28, pp. 66-74, 2009.
I. Huvila, Situational appropriation of information, Aslib Journal of Information Management, vol. 67, pp. 492–504, 2015.PDF icon IstoHuvilaSituationalAppropriationPrePrint.pdf (217.4 KB)
I. Huvila, Holmberg, K., Ek, S., and Widén-Wulff, G., Social Capital in Second Life, Online Information Review, vol. 34, pp. 295–316, 2010.PDF icon SocialCapitalInSecondLife-Preprint.pdf (324.08 KB)
I. Huvila, The subtle difference between knowledge and 3D knowledge, Hamburger Journal für Kulturanthropologie, vol. 7, pp. 99-111, 2017.PDF icon Huvila2017i.pdf (71.15 KB)
I. Huvila, Ek, S., Enwald, H., Eriksson-Backa, K., Hirvonen, N., and Känsäkoski, H., Taking Health Information Behaviour into Account in the design of e-health services, Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare, vol. 8, pp. 153–163, 2016.PDF icon Huvila2016j.pdf (258.22 KB)
I. Huvila, Towards information leadership, Aslib Journal of Info Mgmt, vol. 66, pp. 663–677, 2014.PDF icon IstoHuvilaInformationLeadershipPreprint.pdf (225.84 KB)
I. Huvila, The Unbearable Complexity of Documenting Intellectual Processes: Paradata and Virtual Cultural Heritage Visualisation, Human IT, vol. 12, pp. 97-110, 2012.
I. Huvila, The unbearable lightness of participating? Revisiting the discourses of 'participation' in archival literature, Journal of Documentation, vol. 71, pp. 358–386, 2015.PDF icon IstoHuvilaUnbearableLightnessPreprint.pdf (362.89 KB)
Z. Friberg and Huvila, I., Using object biographies to understand the curation crisis: lessons learned from the museum life of an archaeological collection, Museum Management and Curatorship, vol. 34, pp. 362-382, 2019.PDF icon Friberg2019.pdf (1.76 MB)
I. Huvila, "We've got a better situation" the Life and Afterlife of Virtual Communities of Google Lively, Journal of Documentation, vol. 71, pp. 526 - 549, 2015.PDF icon IstoHuvila-BetterSituationPreprint.pdf (626.89 KB)
I. Huvila, Holmberg, K., Kronqvist-Berg, M., Nivakoski, O., and Widén, G., What is Librarian 2.0?, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, vol. 45, pp. 198–205, 2013.PDF icon WhatIsLibrarianPrePrint.pdf (1 MB)
K. Holmberg, Huvila, I., Kronqvist-Berg, M., and Widén-Wulff, G., What is Library 2.0?, Journal of Documentation, vol. 65, pp. 668-681, 2009.
I. Huvila, Where does the information come from? Information source use patterns in Wikipedia, Information Research, vol. 15, 2010.
I. Huvila, Work and work roles: a context of tasks, Journal of Documentation, vol. 64, pp. 797–815, 2008.PDF icon IstoHuvila_WorkRolesAndTasks_JDOC.pdf (349.92 KB)
G. Widén, Ahmad, F., and Huvila, I., Workplace information sharing: A generational approach, Information Research, vol. 22, p. paper isics04, 2017.
Miscellaneous
I. Huvila, What about creating and organizing?. University of Bor\aa{}s, Bor\aa{}s, 2010.
Proceedings Article
I. Huvila, Olsson, M., Faniel, I. M., Dalbello, M., and Dallas, C., Archaeological perspectives in information science, Proc. Assoc. Info. Sci. Tech., vol. 54. pp. 570–573, 2017.PDF icon Huvila2017h.pdf (377.89 KB)
I. Vatanen, Menozzi, O., Marzio, D. M. L., and Fossataro, D., Archaeology of a Common Sailor? Sea and Seafaring people in the Imperial Rome, SOMA 2005. Proceedings of the IX Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology, Chieti (Italy), 24-26 February 2005, vol. 1739. Archaeopress, p. 231--234, 2008.

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Archaeology and Archaeological Information in the Digital Society shows how the digitization of archaeological information, tools and workflows, and their interplay with both old and new non-digital practices throughout the archaeological information process, affect the outcomes of archaeological work, and in the end, our general understanding of the human past.

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Taking Health Information Behaviour into Account: implications of a neglected element for success- ful implementation of consumer health technologies on older adults (HIBA) is an Academy of Finland funded research project at Åbo Akademi University.

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Sheds new light on the potential of extra-academic knowledge-making as a contribution in formations of knowledge throughout society, explores extra-academic knowledge as a useful resource in academy, policy development, evidence based practices, and innovation, and focuses on the informational dimensions, stemming from and grounded in an informationscience perspective, which provides the means to address practical information-related issues throughout knowledge-making processes.

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