Bundles in the Wild: Managing Information to Solve Problems and Maintain Situation Awareness

@article{Gorman2000BundlesIT,
  title={Bundles in the Wild: Managing Information to Solve Problems and Maintain Situation Awareness},
  author={Paul N. Gorman and Joan S. Ash and Mary Lavelle and Jason A. Lyman and Lois M. L. Delcambre and David Maier and Mathew Weaver and Shawn Bowers},
  journal={Library Trends},
  year={2000},
  volume={49}
}
THISAKTICLE DESCRIBES HOW EXPERTS CREATE and use bundbs-organized, highly selective collections of information-to help solve problems and maintain situation awareness. In field observations of expert clinicians caring for patients in critical care units, bundles appear to be a widely used means of managing information to support diverse, complex, and often simultaneous tasks. They may be especially useful in settings that are characterized by high uncertainty, low predictability, frequent… CONTINUE READING

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