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The of Saudi female international students SFISs pursuing higher degrees in Western countries has increased dramatically. The study used a qualitative interpretivist methodology, interviewing a diverse group of SFISs studying in Australia, to better understand this impact on their everyday information needs and use of information sources.
Recommendations for supporting SFISs are offered for institutions and service providers. Her major interests are computing and information systems, information-seeking behavior, and cross-cultural issues. His interests include health information-seeking behavior, international education, technology in education, IT security, and organizational culture. Interests include knowledge management, sharing, and strategy, and social media and networks. Alanazy, M. Participation in online and face-to-face discussions: perceptions of female Saudi students in the United States [Unpublish doctoral dissertation].
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