A organização de arquivos pessoais: uma revisão integrativa da literatura
Bertazzi, Pedro Eduardo Rocha
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This work aims to perform an integrative literature review on the areas of Personal Information Management (PIM) and Personal Digital Archiving (PDA) in the period 2011 to 2021. Thus, scientific articles were collected in the LISTA (Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts), DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), Web of Science and Scopus databases that addressed the PIM and PDA themes, written in English and that were within the ten-year period stipulated for the research. In the end, the review included 21 articles that met the objectives of the study, as well as the criteria and filters indicated. The analysis of each article focused on the objectives, methodologies, and main results and conclusions of each research, which resulted in the composition of a table that helped analyze the main changes in research in both areas over the last ten years, in contrast to the initial studies. Such a table presents data from research such as that of Condron (2019), Fear (2011), Krtalić, Marčetić and Mičunović (2016), Sandy, Corrado and Ivester (2016), Post (2016), Sinn, Kim e Syn (2017), and Zhao, Duan and Yang (2019). Thus, the research was able to highlight as key findings the constant of research with academic audiences and that looked at PIM and PDA practices and perceptions. It was also identified an increase in the multidisciplinarity of research with other areas such as psychology, cognitive science, ethnography, information technology, computer science among others. At the same time, it is possible to understand, through the results, that it is necessary to increase the variety of audiences to be analyzed and that, until now, have not been the focus of research in the areas, which denounces a lack of attention to audiences such as the elderly, children and teenagers, and people with disabilities, for example. Moreover, it was apprehended that the most recent studies have been pointing out new ways of working for librarians and archivists, along with indications of possible information literacy activities that can help the work of these professionals, as well as bring knowledge to information users. Still, it was also noticed that there are no studies that highlight the effects of the application of such practices, which already indicates the importance of a new set of studies that has not been started so far. It was also possible to conclude that there is a need for a paradigm shift in the studies in the field of Information Organization to look at information of a personal nature as a focus for research and work, since the information created or acquired by an individual needs to be supported by organization and filing, which will allow for better use and, consequently, ease in making day-to-day decisions. Thus, it is understood that the development of this research can be an incentive for more studies on PIM and PDA in Portuguese, since these areas are still in their first steps on Brazilian soil.
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