Turns are recognizable intellectual projects in which a band of scholars enthusiastically embrace a new set of theoretical, methodological, or substantive commitments. These alternative visions typically critique the status quo and focus attention on a different research agenda or frontier. Several turns have occurred in information science and have shaped the research and conversation around information behaviour. My paper (originally delivered at the 2019 CoLIS conference), Turn, Turn, Turn and now published in Information Research, is an overview of the concept. It chronicles several turns in information science: the cognitive turn, the affective turn, the neo-documentary turn, the socio-cognitive turn, the everyday life turn, the social constructionist turn, and the embodied turn. I reworked the same idea for a presentation at the 2020 SIG-USE symposium, entitled Grand Challenges of Information Behaviour Research; a link to the short (8-minute) video is below. Also, an 11" by 17" map of turns is available, here.