عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Common points of convergence of information and communication skills, information literacy, information behavior, individual-collective creativity, intelligence, and cognitive-perceptual issues, in the category of information intelligence. Measuring information intelligence is very important in information societies. Addressing the effective indicators in this issue is one of the determining issues in the use of information and data in information societies. The present study aimed to identify indicators and measures effective in measuring information intelligence. The research is applied and uses a qualitative method including library studies, content analysis, and analysis of expert opinions. Data collection tools included the study of scientific literature related to the subject, content-coding, and interviews with experts familiar with the subject of information intelligence (8 experts in knowledge and information science and 7 experts in psychology). The research population included related published literature related to scientific theories, information science experts, and psychology experts. In the subject of intelligence, Gardner's multiple intelligence theory has been used, and in the subject of information-seeking behavior, various scientific theories have been used. Based on the research findings, 14 indicators and 97 measures were identified as effective for measuring information intelligence in two dimensions management and information retrieval. Finally, a proposed framework is presented for measuring information intelligence. From the findings, it was concluded that in the information society, policymakers and managers of the organization or responsible organizations in relation to increasing the level of information intelligence of the society, should consider the specific strategies of the information intelligence of the society in formulating their general strategies. One of these strategic goals can be to increase the level of information intelligence of individuals, organizations, and society. To do this, effective indicators must be identified for measuring and strategies to increase the level of information intelligence of the target community. It is suggested that this matter is placed in the priorities of the information society and the native measurement tool of information intelligence can be prepared based on the findings of this research.