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027.7 Zeitschrift für Bibliothekskultur / Journal for Library Culture     Open Access   (Followers: 61)
Access     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 23)
Acervo : Revista do Arquivo Nacional     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 67)
Against the Grain     Partially Free   (Followers: 120)
AIB Studi     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 10)
Alexandría : Revista de Ciencias de la Información     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
Alexandria : The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 55)
Alsic : Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
American Archivist     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 131)
American Libraries     Partially Free   (Followers: 186)
Anales de Documentacion     Open Access   (Followers: 13)
Anuari de l'Observatori de Biblioteques, Llibres i Lectura     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
ANZTLA EJournal     Full-text available via subscription  
Archeion Online     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Archimag     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 3)
Archival Science     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 64)
Archivaria     Open Access   (Followers: 32)
Archives     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6)
Archives and Manuscripts     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 50)
Archives and Museum Informatics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 97)
Ariadne Magazine     Open Access   (Followers: 147)
Art Libraries Journal     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 10)
Aslib Journal of Information Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 32)
Aslib Proceedings     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 148)
AtoZ : novas práticas em informação e conhecimento     Open Access  
Australasian Journal of Information Systems     Open Access   (Followers: 16)
Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 31)
Australian Academic & Research Libraries     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 92)
Australian Library Journal     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 148)
Baca : Jurnal Dokumentasi dan Informasi     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Bangladesh Journal of Library and Information Science     Open Access   (Followers: 44)
Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 144)
Berkala Ilmu Perpustakaan dan Informasi     Open Access  
Biblios     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
Biblioteca Escolar em Revista     Open Access  
Biblioteca Universitaria     Open Access   (Followers: 14)
Bibliotecas : Revista de la Escuela de Bibliotecología, Documentación e Información     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Bibliotecas Universitárias : pesquisas, experiências e perspectivas     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Bibliotecas. Anales de Investigacion     Open Access  
Biblioteka     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Biblioteka i Edukacja     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Bibliotheca Orientalis     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 14)
BIBLIOTIKA : Jurnal Kajian Perpustakaan dan Informasi     Open Access  
BIBLOS - Revista do Departamento de Biblioteconomia e História     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
BiD : textos universitaris de biblioteconomia i documentació     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
Bilgi Dünyası     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
Biodiversity Information Science and Standards     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Bioinformatics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 217)
Biuletyn EBIB     Open Access  
Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Book History     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 115)
Bridgewater Review     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Bulletin des bibliotheques de France     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 7)
Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology     Open Access   (Followers: 23)
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 21)
Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 20)
Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 247)
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 169)
CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation     Open Access  
Children and Libraries : The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 16)
CIC. Cuadernos de Informacion y Comunicacion     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Ciência da Informação em Revista     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Code4Lib Journal     Open Access   (Followers: 174)
Collaborative Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 52)
Collection and Curation     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
College & Research Libraries     Open Access   (Followers: 454)
College & Research Libraries News     Partially Free   (Followers: 244)
College & Undergraduate Libraries     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 220)
Communicate : Journal of Library and Information Science     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 63)
Communication Booknotes Quarterly     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 15)
Communications in Information Literacy     Open Access   (Followers: 196)
Community & Junior College Libraries     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 43)
Cuadernos de Gestión de Información     Open Access  
Data Curation Profiles Directory     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
Data Technologies and Applications     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 209)
DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology     Open Access   (Followers: 95)
Digital Library Perspectives     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 39)
Digital Platform: Information Technologies in Sociocultural Sphere     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Documentación de las Ciencias de la Información     Open Access  
Documentation et bibliothèques     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 9)
e & i Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 8)
e-Ciencias de la Información     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Eastern Librarian     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
Edulib : Journal of Library and Information Science     Open Access   (Followers: 26)
Egyptian Informatics Journal     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
El Profesional de la Informacion     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 17)
eLucidate     Open Access   (Followers: 7)
Emerging Library & Information Perspectives     Open Access   (Followers: 29)
Encontros Bibli : revista eletrônica de biblioteconomia e ciência da informação     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Ethics and Information Technology     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 64)
European Journal of Information Systems     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 85)
European Science Editing     Open Access  
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice     Open Access   (Followers: 386)
Florida Libraries     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Folia Bibliologica     Open Access  
Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 317)
Foundations and Trends® in Information Retrieval     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 30)
Georgia Library Quarterly     Open Access   (Followers: 21)
Ghana Library Journal     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 16)
Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 804)
GSI Journals Serie C : Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Health Information Management Journal     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 23)
Hipertext.net : Anuario Académico sobre Documentación Digital y Comunicación Interactiva     Open Access  
HLA News     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 2)
IASSIST Quarterly     Open Access  
Idaho Librarian     Free   (Followers: 8)
IFLA Journal     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 218)
In Monte Artium     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
In the Library with the Lead Pipe     Open Access   (Followers: 123)
InCID : Revista de Ciência da Informação e Documentação     Open Access  
InCite     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 19)
Informaatiotutkimus     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Informação & Informação     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Informação em Pauta     Open Access  
Informacijos mokslai     Open Access  
Información, Cultura y Sociedad     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Informatio. Revista del Instituto de Información de la Facultad de Información y Comunicación     Open Access  
Information     Open Access   (Followers: 30)
Information & Culture : A Journal of History     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 31)
Information Discovery and Delivery     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 43)
Information Manager (The)     Open Access   (Followers: 29)
Information Processing & Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 127)
Information Retrieval     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 189)
Information Sciences     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 172)
Information Systems Frontiers     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 27)
Information Systems Research     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 129)
Information Technologies & International Development     Open Access   (Followers: 81)
Information Technologist (The)     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 17)
Information Technology and Libraries     Open Access   (Followers: 294)
Information Today     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 34)
Informationspraxis     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
Informationswissenschaft : Theorie, Methode und Praxis     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
iNFOTEZY     Open Access  
Insaniyat : Journal of Islam and Humanities     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Insights : the UKSG journal     Open Access   (Followers: 62)
InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
International Association of School Librarianship Conference Proceedings     Open Access  
International Information & Library Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 395)
International Journal of Bibliometrics in Business and Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
International Journal of Business Information Systems     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 14)
International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
International Journal of Digital Curation     Open Access   (Followers: 81)
International Journal of Digital Library Systems     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 73)
International Journal of Doctoral Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 10)
International Journal of Information Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 156)
International Journal of Information Privacy, Security and Integrity     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 25)
International Journal of Information Retrieval Research     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 28)
International Journal of Information Science and Management     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
International Journal of Information Technology, Communications and Convergence     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 14)
International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
International Journal of Intellectual Property Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 26)
International Journal of Intercultural Information Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 12)
International Journal of Legal Information     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 49)
International Journal of Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 25)
International Journal of Library and Information Science     Open Access   (Followers: 232)
International Journal of Library Science     Open Access   (Followers: 262)
International Journal of Library Science     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 55)
International Journal of Multicriteria Decision Making     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 8)
International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval     Partially Free   (Followers: 8)
International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
International Journal of Web Portals     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 16)
International Journal on Digital Libraries     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 544)
InULA Notes : Indiana University Librarians Association     Open Access  
Investigación Bibliotecológica     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
IRIS - Revista de Informação, Memória e Tecnologia     Open Access  
Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
JISTEM : Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
JLIS.it     Open Access   (Followers: 7)
JMIR Medical Informatics     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Journal of Academic Librarianship     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1012)
Journal of Access Services     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 39)
Journal of Advancements in Library Sciences     Open Access   (Followers: 47)
Journal of Adventist Libraries and Archives     Open Access  
Journal of Altmetrics     Open Access   (Followers: 7)
Journal of Archival Organization     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 28)
Journal of Copyright in Education & Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 29)
Journal of Creative Library Practice     Open Access   (Followers: 98)
Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities     Open Access   (Followers: 39)
Journal of Documentation     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 160)
Journal of East Asian Libraries     Open Access   (Followers: 7)
Journal of Education in Library and Information Science - JELIS     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 71)
Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 12)
Journal of Electronic Publishing     Open Access   (Followers: 76)
Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 226)
Journal of eScience Librarianship     Open Access   (Followers: 113)
Journal of Global Information Management     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 9)
Journal of Health & Medical Informatics     Open Access   (Followers: 50)
Journal of Hospital Librarianship     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 153)
Journal of Information & Knowledge Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 142)
Journal of Information and Data Management     Open Access   (Followers: 14)
Journal of Information Engineering and Applications     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Journal of Information Literacy     Open Access   (Followers: 774)
Journal of Information Science     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1016)
Journal of Information Studies & Technology     Open Access   (Followers: 1)

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Informing Science : The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline (InformingSciJ)
Number of Followers: 9  

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  • Printable Table of Contents: Informing Science Journal, Volume 25, 2022

    • Authors: Eli Cohen
      Abstract: Table of Contents for Volume 25 of Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, 2022
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-01-10
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4904
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Covid-19: Systems Transdisciplinary Generalization, Technical and
           Technological Ideas, and Solutions

    • Authors: Vladimir Mokiy, Tatiana Lukyanova
      Pages: 001 - 021
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: The Covid-19 pandemic has created many adverse effects. It overloads the healthcare system, causes deaths, and angers some at anti-covid restrictions. This study examines the feasibility of using technical and technological ideas to overcome these effects. The solution is based on new knowledge about the virus, its nature, formation, and activation in the environment.Background: The rapid spread of a new coronavirus infection is taking place against the background of a lack of time required to create new treatment scenarios for the disease, development, production, and vaccine safety research. In such a situation, it became necessary to gain this time for organizing and conducting events that could reduce the burden on the healthcare system.Methodology: The science that studies the morphology, physiology, genetics, ecology, and evolution of viruses is virology. The modern development of virology is moving towards a more accurate and comprehensive description of the mechanisms of interaction of viruses with the host organism. This contributed to the emergence of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and immunomics. However, in virology, there is no particular discipline that sets itself three fundamental goals: to substantiate a single concept of the emergence of viruses; to study the natural mechanisms of formation of virus molecules in the environment; to describe the natural mechanisms of activation of certain viruses in the environment that cause viral pandemics. As a result, there are many articles among the published scientific articles on viruses dealing with the mechanisms of interaction of viruses with the host organism. However, there are no articles on the natural mechanisms of formation and activation of certain viruses in the environment. In the absence of such specialized articles, we were forced to use the method of systems transdisciplinary generalization of disciplinary knowledge to achieve our article’s purpose. Generalization created new knowledge about the nature of viruses, about the mechanisms of their formation and activation in the environment and cells of biological organisms. It is logical to assume that to synchronize the state of biological objects of all functional ensembles on the planet, it is necessary to create and activate appropriate “technological tools.” We have suggested and proved that RNA viruses play the role of such tools. Piezoelectricity activates viruses. It occurs during the compression and stretching of sedimentary rocks and bases of continental plates in different territories.Contribution: The systems transdisciplinary generalization of the knowledge of scientific disciplines made it possible to edit the concept of viruses, to eliminate stereotypes that arose due to the use of unsuccessful analogies. As a result of this generalization, it was possible to prove that viruses are not intracellular parasites. The virus is a “technological tool” of the planetary organizing component. This “tool” aims to correct the genetic programs of organisms of all functional ensembles (plants, animals, people), which will maintain the state of organisms and the parameters of their metabolism in changing environmental conditions.Findings: The viruses that triggered pandemics in the 20th century and early 21st century are RNA viruses. RNA molecules play the role of “technological tools” that the planetary organizing component uses to carry out short-term and long-term adjustments and constant support of the genetic programs of biological organisms. Therefore, in such a situation, it is advisable to talk not about the fight against the virus but only about eliminating the negative manifestations of the Covid-19 pandemic: reducing the number of people in need of emergency hospitalization, eliminating cases of the acute course of the disease and deaths. It is proposed to use certain technical and technological ideas and solutions to eliminate these negative manifestations.Recommendation for Researchers: This paper recommends that researchers use new interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches. They challenge assumptions and conclusions about the nature of viruses, and the mechanisms of their formation and activation in the environment can initiate. Such new research might describe the mechanisms that form and activate viruses in the environment and the body’s cells. They also might provide practical use of this knowledge to eliminate the multiple speculations and fears that arise against the background of reports of the likely appearance of more deadly viruses and viral infections.Future Research: The results of a systems transdisciplinary generalization of disciplinary knowledge about the nature and purpose of viruses are essential for expanding the horizon of the scientific worldview. Future fundamental research on the mechanisms of objective organizing constituents, a general description given in this article, will contribute to a deeper understanding of chemical and biological evolution mechanisms in which modern humanity is involved. In due time, such an understanding will allow a new look at the existing scenarios of the world socio-economic order, explore and describe new principles of sustainable development of society.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-01-10
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4893
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Organizing Information Obtained From Literature Reviews – A Framework
           for Information System Area Researchers

    • Authors: Ajit Kumar, Amrita Priyadarsini
      Pages: 023 - 044
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: A literature review is often criticized for the absence of coherent construction, synthesis of topics, and well-reasoned analysis. A framework is needed for novice researchers to organize and present information obtained from the literature review.Background: Information and communication technologies advancement have yielded overwhelming information. The massive availability of information poses several challenges, including storage, processing, meaningful organization, and presentation for future consumption. Information System Researchers have developed frameworks, guidelines, and tools for gathering, filtering, processing, storing, and organizing information. Interestingly, information system researchers have vast information that needs meaningful organization and presentation to the research fraternity while conducting a literature review on a research topic. Methodology: This paper describes a framework called LACTiC (Location, Author, Continuum, Time, and Category) that we adapted from another framework called LATCH (Location, Alphabetical, Time, Category, and Hierarchy). LATCH was used to organize and present information on e-commerce websites for seamless navigation. We evaluated the LACTiC framework.Contribution: Information System Researchers can use the LACTiC framework to organize information obtained from literature review.Findings: The evaluation reveals that most researchers from information systems organize information obtained from the literature review category-wise, followed by continuum, author, time, and location.Recommendation for Researchers: Overall, the framework works well and can be helpful for researchers for an initial idea for organizing information obtained from the literature review.Future Research: To conceptualize the framework, the study was carried out using Information Systems related literature. To generalize the proposed framework, we may suggest that the study can be extended to other areas of business management, such as marketing, finance, operation, decision sciences, accounting, and economics.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-01-12
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4902
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Trust in Google - A Textual Analysis of News Articles About Cyberbullying

    • Authors: Victor R. Prybutok, Juergen Stegmair
      Pages: 045 - 063
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Cyberbullying (CB) is an ongoing phenomenon that affects youth in negative ways. Using online news articles to provide information to schools can help with the development of comprehensive cyberbullying prevention campaigns, and in restoring faith in news reporting. The inclusion of online news also allows for increased awareness of cybersafety issues for youth.Background: CB is an inherent problem of information delivery and security. Textual analysis provides input into prevention and training efforts to combat the issue. Methodology: Text extraction and text analysis methods of term and concept extraction; text link analysis and sentiment analysis are performed on a body of news articles.Contribution: News articles are determined to be a major source of information for comprehensive cyberbullying prevention campaigns.Findings: Online news articles are relatively neutral in their sentiment; terms and topic extraction provide fertile ground for information presentation and context.Recommendation for Researchers: Researchers should seek support for research projects that extract timely information from online news articles.Future Research: Refinement of the terms and topics analytic model, as well as a system development approach for information extraction of online CB news.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-02-06
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4894
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Informing Science and International Relations: Transdisciplinarity of the
           Concepts Civilization, Ideology, and Geopolitics

    • Authors: Gurakuç Kuçi
      Pages: 065 - 087
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: The integration of knowledge through the transdisciplinary method with the three concepts civilization, ideology, and geopolitics (CIG) enables the analysis of international relations in a new perspective and the informing strategists of countries, organizations, analysts, clients, etc. These three concepts express the transdisciplinarity that offers a new theoretical explanation and the informing science approach.Background: The integration of knowledge using the three concepts for the analysis of international relations has found adequate explanations from 1890 until the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan. Therefore, the CIG model theoretically and practically finds support for more than a century, as argued in the paper.Methodology: The present paper uses a mixed theory based on transdisciplinary methodology and informing science. The literature was reviewed to find and build the theoretical basis and provide appropriate examples. The theory is also based on the model used by Francis Fukuyama in his books on building and dissolution of states (middle-range theory).Contribution: This paper enables the rethinking of the limitations of research on a theoretical and practical basis that is done in many scientific circles, not to eliminate others but to enrich science even more.Findings: In the paper, the main findings are the following:Integrating the three CIG concepts according to the transdisciplinary method offers a new perspective to explain international relations using the IS method;The integration of the three concepts is worthwhile after 1980, when the model of cabinet governments falls, Bismarck falls, and public opinion starts to emerge;It was after 1980 that theories of civilization and geopolitics began to emerge along with ideologies to apply in practice;These three concepts offer explanations based on a CIG zone and in the periphery of the CIG zone. In the CIG zone the security sphere is more stable and long-term, while in periphery the cooperation is temporary and not long termed;The paper shows that the Cold War period is divided into two periods;The paper also finds that CIG explains with examples the events that happened after the Cold War and until present days;The paper also shows, based on the strategies of the superpowers, how they are extending their influence based on the CIG concepts.The paper also shows new patterns of cooperation and clashes between the superpowers’ security zones, which also provide an explanatory perspective for the USA withdrawal from Afghanistan. (We do not talk in the paper about the Afghanistan issue and USA withdrawal).Recommendation for Researchers: Scientific attributes in the integration of knowledge give researchers a more open and comprehensive perspective to make more accurate and practical analyses of international relations. According to this model, other theories are enriched that use the transdisciplinary method, IS, and the CIG as a model for the integration of knowledge.Future Research: Researchers and practitioners of this CIG model can find answers such as “Why did the USA fail in Afghanistan and why was it successful in Kosovo'” as well as other questions about finding a solution for Iraq, cooperation with China, etc.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-02-28
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4889
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Facilitating Scientific Events Guided by Complex Thinking: A Case Study of
           an Online Inter/Transdisciplinary Advanced Training School

    • Authors: Ana Teixeira de Melo, Rita Campos
      Pages: 089 - 110
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose This paper aims to illustrate, through an exploratory ideographic case study, how a Complex Thinking framework can inform the design of scientific events and the facilitation of scientific Inter and Transdisciplinary groups towards positive emergent outcomes, both at the level of the functioning of the group and the collective complexity of their thinking. Moreover, it aims to show how the choice of facilitation strategies can contribute to positive emergent outcomes in the context of a fully online event, with its inherent constraints. Finally, this study aims to conduct an exploratory qualitative evaluation of the participants’ experiences during School, with a focus on the processes and how they relate to the aims of the School and the goals of the facilitation.BackgroundScience needs to embrace modes of knowing capable of generating more complex (differentiated, integrated, recursively organized, emergent), ecologically fit, and creative responses, to meet the complexity of the world’s challenges. New formats and strategies are required that attend to the facilitation of Inter and Transdisciplinary scientific events and meetings, towards creative and complex outcomes. A Complex Thinking framework provides suggestions for the facilitation of Inter and Transdisciplinary meetings and events through targeting key properties which may lead to the emergence of complex and creative outcomes.MethodologyWe adopt an ideographic case study approach to illustrate how a complex systems approach, in particular a Complex Thinking framework, grounded in an enactive view of cognition, guided the design choices and the facilitation strategies of an online Inter and Transdisciplinary Advanced Training School (Winter School). We aim to illustrate how the facilitation strategies were selected and used to promote deep and creative interactions within the constraints of an online environment. We adopt an exploratory qualitative approach to investigate the participants’ reports of their experiences of the School, in light of the principles and goals that guided its design and facilitation.ContributionThis paper opens a new area of theoretical and applied research, under the scope of a Complex Thinking framework, focused on the facilitation of Inter and Transdisciplinarity at scientific events, meetings, and discussions towards complex and creative outcomes.Findings The results of the exploratory qualitative analysis of the participants’ experiences regarding the event suggest a critical role of its methodology in fostering rich, deep, and constructive interactions, in leading to the emergence of a collective group experience, to the integration of ideas, and in facilitating transformative personal experiences, under the effects of the emergent group processes. It suggests that the strategies employed were successful, anticipating and overcoming the particular constraints of an online event.Recommendations for PractitionersThis case study suggests that a Complex Thinking framework can fruitfully guide the design of facilitation strategies and activities for scientific events and meetings, activating a number of key relational processes that contribute to or boost the emergence of positive group experiences and the production and integration of novel ideas.Recommendations for ResearchersThis study calls for action-oriented and applied research focused on the developmental evaluation of innovations, regarding the facilitation of scientific creativity and integration, within the scope of a Complex Thinking approach. Impact on SocietyThis paper calls for new modes of organization and formats of scientific activities, suggesting that Inter and Transdisciplinary events and meetings may benefit from intentional management and facilitation of interactions between participants to produce transformative impacts. It demonstrates the importance of the organizational principles used to plan and run events that engage multiple and various societal agents, from academics to practitioners and social activists, towards enhancing their richness and relevance to complex real-world challenges. Future ResearchThis study highlights the need for process-focused systematic case study research using complex systems-informed designs to explore how and which facilitation strategies may promote which (interaction of) properties of Complex Thinking and associated processes and how, and under which conditions, these lead to more complex and creative outcomes.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-03-12
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4934
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • The Presence of Compassion Satisfaction, Compassion Fatigue, and Burn-out
           Among the General Population During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    • Authors: Vivek Arya, Shivika Dutt
      Pages: 111 - 122
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: This paper aimed to explore the impact of compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out among the general population during the pandemic.Background: The paper has attempted to explore compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out among the population at large, especially during the pandemic. This area has not been explored as yet.Methodology: A simple random sample of 98 males and 88 females was collected anonymously through a Google form survey. Part A collected demographic data and Part B comprised of 15 statements with 5 each for compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out, adapted from a Compassion Fatigue/Satisfaction Self-Test. ANOVA single factor was employed for the three variables of compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out using a 0.05 significance level. Correlations among the variables were also analyzed.Contribution: The present paper contributes to covering the research gap of investigating the presence of compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out among the population at large comprising the age group of 18 to 60+ and from different professions.Findings: The findings revealed significant differences in the levels of compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burn-out in the population at large during the pandemic.Future Research: The findings can be further strengthened by extending it to a larger sample size across different nations and, specifically, studying gender differences during such adverse pandemic situations.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 25 (2022)
      PubDate: 2022-03-21
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4930
      Issue No: Vol. 25 (2022)
       
  • Transdisciplinarity: Marginal Direction or Global Approach of Contemporary
           Science'

    • Authors: Vladimir Mokiy, Tatiana Lukyanova
      Pages: 001 - 018
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: The article is designed to contradict the existing opinion that “transdisciplinarity is a marginal direction of contemporary science.”Background: The difficulties of implementing transdisciplinarity into science and education are connected with the fact that its generally accepted definition, identification characteristics, and methodological features are still missing. In order to eliminate these disadvantages of transdisciplinarity, its prime cause and initial idea had to be detected. Then an attempt was made to analyze correspondence of the existing opinions about transdisciplinarity with the content of its prime cause and initial ideas.Methodology: The bibliometric content analysis of the literature reviews on the subject of transdisciplinary was used in order to determine correspondence of the opinions about transdisciplinarity with the meaning of its prime cause and initial ideas, as well as to generalize these opinions. This method allowed detecting and classifying opinions into 11 groups including 39 stereotypes of transdisciplinarity. For substantiation of transdisciplinary approaches consistency with the approaches of the contemporary science C.F. Gauss random variables normal distribution was used. The “Gauss curve” helped to show the place of transdisciplinary and systems transdisciplinary approaches in the structure of academic and systems approaches. The “Gauss curve” demonstrated the step-by-step broadening of the scientific worldview horizon due to sequential intensification of synthesis, integration, unification, and generalization of the disciplinary knowledge.Contribution: Based on rethinking the results from bibliometric content analysis of the literature reviews, the generalized definition of transdisciplinarity could be formulated, as well as the definition for the transdisciplinary and systems transdisciplinary approaches could be given. It was shown that transdisciplinarity is a natural stage for development of contemporary science and education, and the transdisciplinary approaches were capable to suggest the methods and tools to solve the complex and poorly structured problems of science and society.Findings: Many existing stereotypes of transdisciplinarity do not meet its prime cause and initial ideas. Such stereotypes do not have deep philosophic and theoretical substantiation, as well as not suggesting the transdisciplinary methods and tools. Thus, the authors of such stereotypes often claim them to be transdisciplinary or suggest perceiving them as transdisciplinarity. This circumstance contributed to the fact that many disciplinary scientists, practitioners, and initiators of higher education view transdisciplinarity as a marginal direction of contemporary science. Based on the generalized definition of transdisciplinarity, as well as its prime cause and initial ideas, we managed to show that transdisciplinarity is presented in contemporary science in the form of two different approaches: the transdisciplinary approach and the systems transdisciplinary approaches. The objective of the transdisciplinary approach is ensuring science development at the stage of synthesis and integration of disciplinary knowledge. The objective of the systems transdisciplinary approach is ensuring solving of modern society problems using unification and generalization of disciplinary knowledge.Recommendation for Researchers: The researchers should consider that within the limits of the transdisciplinary approach the disciplinary specialists are managed. Within the limits of the systems transdisciplinary approach the disciplinary knowledge is managed. Thus, the transdisciplinary approach is efficient for organization and research with participation of the scientists of complementary disciplines. An example for such research can be a team of researchers of medical disciplines and complimentary disciplines from chemistry, physics, and engineering. The systems transdisciplinary approach is efficient for organization and performance of research with participation of scientists of non-complementary disciplines, for example, economics, physics, meteorology, chemistry, ecology, geology, and sociology.Future Research: In terms of the main initial idea, transdisciplinarity is formed as a global approach. The global approach should have a traditional institutional form: it should be a science discipline (meta-discipline) and have carriers with the transdisciplinary worldview. Training for such carriers can be organized by the universities within the limits of the systems transdisciplinarity departments and Centers of Systems Transdisciplinary Retraining for Disciplinary Specialists. Thus, it is reasonable to initiate discussion for the idea to reform the disciplinary structure of the universities considering creation of such departments and centers.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-04-30
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4752
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • Informing Agility in the Context of Organizational Changes

    • Authors: Rimvydas Skyrius, Svetlana Nemitko, Justina Valentukevičė, Mindaugas Krutinis, Norbert Andžej Gulbinovič, Marija Sanosianaitė
      Pages: 019 - 030
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose. This paper, although conceived earlier than the emergence of COVID-19 pandemic, addresses the problem of informing agility as part of organizational agility that has become a rather important issue for business survival.Background. While the general issues of business informing, and business intelligence (BI) in particular, have been widely researched, the dynamics of informing, their ability to act in accord with changes in business and preserve the key competencies has not been widely researched. In particular, the research on BI agility is rather scattered, and many issues need to be clarified. Methodology. A series of in-depth interviews with BI professionals to determine relations between organizational agility and BI agility, and to round up a set of key factors of BI agility.Contribution. The paper clarifies a candidate set of key factors of BI agility and gives ground for future research in relations with areas like corporate and BI resilience and culture.Findings. The interview results show the relations between organizational changes, and changes in BI activities. BI has limited potential in recognizing important external changes but can be rather helpful in making decision choices and detecting internal problems. Lack of communication between business and IT people, existence of data silos and shadow BI, and general inadequacy of organizational and BI culture are the key factors impairing BI agility.Recommendations for Practitioners. There are practical issues around BI agility that need solving, like the reason-able coverage of standards or creation of a dedicated unit to care about BI potential.Recommendations for Researchers. The research is still in its starting phase, but additional interesting directions start to emerge, like relations between BI agility, resilience and corporate agility, or the role of informing culture and BI culture for BI agility issues.Impact on Society. Agile business, especially in times of global shocks like COVID-19, loses less value and has more chances to survive.Future Research. Most likely this will be focused on the relations between BI agility, resilience, and corporate agility, and the role of informing culture and BI culture for BI agility issues.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-05-27
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4789
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • Created Realities: A Model

    • Authors: Eli Cohen
      Pages: 031 - 049
      Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to provide a model to help explain why ideas about reality differ. Misinformation is an important topic that in the past several years has gained prominence. The author developed a model of informing.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4800
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • The Predatory Journal: Victimizer or Victim'

    • Authors: Grandon Gill
      Pages: 051 - 082
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Labeling a journal as “predatory” can do great damage to the journal and the individuals that have contributed to it. This paper considers whether the predatory classification has outlived its usefulness and what might replace it.Background: With the advent of open access publishing, the term “predatory” has increasingly been used to identify academic journals, conferences, and publishers whose practices are driven by profit or self-interest rather than the advancement of science. Absent clear standards for determining what is predatory and what is not, concerns have been raised about the misuse of the label. Methodology: Mixed methods: A brief review of the literature, some illustrative case studies, and conceptual analysis.Contribution: The paper provides recommendations for reducing the impact of illegitimate journals.Findings: Current predatory classifications are being assigned with little or no systematic research and virtually no accountability. The predatory/not predatory distinction does not accommodate alternative journal missions.Recommendations for Researchers: The distinction between legitimate and illegitimate journals requires consideration of each journal’s mission. To serve as a useful guide, a process akin to that used for accrediting institutions needs to be put in place.Impact on Society: Avoiding unnecessary damage to the careers of researchers starting out.Future Research: Refining the initial classification scheme proposed in the paper.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-06-13
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4788
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • The Effect of Team Communication Behaviors and Processes on
           Interdisciplinary Teams’ Research Productivity and Team Satisfaction

    • Authors: Susan E Morgan, Soyeon Ahn, John L Bixby, Tyler R Harrison, Jue Wang, Qian Huang, Ashley Ryan, Bingjing Mao, Alexandra Mosser
      Pages: 083 - 110
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: There is ample evidence that team processes matter more than the characteristics of individual team members; unfortunately, very few empirical studies have examined communication process variables closely or tied them to team outcomes.Background: The University of Miami Laboratory for Integrated Knowledge (U-LINK) is a pilot funding mechanism that was developed and implemented based on empirically-established best practices established in the literature on the Science of Team Science (SciTS). In addition to addressing grand societal challenges, teams engaged in processes designed to enhance the process of “teaming”. This study uses the Inputs-Mediator-Outputs-Inputs (IMOI) model as a blueprint for an investigation into how team communication processes (shared communication, shared leadership, formal meetings, informal meetings) influence intermediary team processes (goal clarity, role ambiguity, process clarity, trust) and team outcomes (team satisfaction, team productivity).Methodology: Monte Carlo methodologies were used to explore both longitudinal self-report (survey of communication and team outcome variables) data and objective data on scholarly productivity, collected from seventy-eight members of eleven real-world intact interdisciplinary teams to explore how team communication processes affect team outcomes.Contribution: This study is among the few that centers communication practice and processes in the operationalization and measurement of its constructs and which provides a test of hypotheses centered on key questions identified in the literature. Findings: Communication practices are important to team processes and outcomes. Shared communication and informal meetings were associated with increased team satisfaction and increased research productivity. Shared leadership was associated with increased research productivity, as well as improved process and goal clarity. Formal meetings were associated with increased goal clarity and decreased role ambiguity.Recommendation for Researchers: Studying intact interdisciplinary research teams requires innovative methods and clear specification of variables. Challenges associated with access to limited numbers of teams should not preclude engaging in research as each study contributes to our larger body of knowledge of the factors that influence the success of interdisciplinary research teams. Future Research: Future research should examine different team formation and funding mechanisms and extend observation and data collection for longer periods of time.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4857
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • Understanding of the Quality of Computer-Mediated Communication Technology
           in the Context of Business Planning

    • Authors: Junghyun Nam
      Pages: 111 - 127
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: This study seeks to uncover the perceived quality factors of computer-mediated communication in business planning in which communication among teammates is crucial for collaboration. Background: Computer-mediated communication has made communicating with teammates easier and more affordable than ever. What motivates people to use a particular CMC technology during business planning is a major concern in this research. Methodology: This study seeks to address the issues by applying the concept of Information Product Quality (IPQ). Based on 21 factors derived from an extensive literature review on Information Product Quality (IPQ), an experimental study was conducted to identify the factors that are perceived as most relevant. Contribution: The findings in this study will help developers find a more customer-oriented approach to developing CMC technology design, specifically useful in collaborative work, such as business planning.Findings: This study extracted the three specific quality factors to use CMC technology in business planning: informational, physical, and service.Future Research: Future research will shed more light on the generality of these findings. Future studies should be extended to other population and contextual situations in the use of CMC.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-10-07
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4872
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • Research on the Tourism Decision-Making Mechanism: A Case Study of
           American Outbound Tourism

    • Authors: Cong Xu
      Pages: 129 - 147
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: This article takes ‘tourism decision-making behavior’ as an entry point, and deeply analyzes the factors influencing the travel decision-making of Chinese ‘American Travel’ tourists and their degree of influence, so as to provide a reference for the development of Chinese outbound tourism.Background: With the development of China’s economy and the improvement in people’s level, the outbound tourism market of Chinese residents has developed rapidly. The United States has become an important tourism destination country for Chinese residents’ outbound tourism, and China has also become one of the important tourist source countries of American tourism. However, the rapid development of ‘American tourism’ has also caused competition problems in China’s tourism industry. For example, prices and tourism products have become a means of competition among tourism enterprises. As the main body of consumption, tourists’ decision-making behavior will be affected by various factors.Methodology: Drawing lessons from previous scholars’ research results on tourism decision-making behavior, the influencing factors of tourism decision-making behavior are summarized. A theoretical model and index system of factors influencing tourism decision-making behavior of Chinese residents ‘Travel in the United States’ are established, research hypotheses are put forward, questionnaire data are collected, and SPSS and Amos are used to analyze and verify the theoretical model.Contribution: This research expands the literature on topics related to tourism decision-making in research and practice. It establishes a theoretical model and index system for the factors that influence the decision-making behavior of Chinese residents’ ‘American Travel’ tourism. In addition, we propose countermeasures for tourism products, enterprises, and the government.Findings: Prior knowledge and external information have a positive influence on tourism perception and value perception, and a negative influence on risk perception. Risk perception value perception has a positive and negative influence on tourism decision-making and tourism motivation, respectively. Tourism motivation has a positive influence on tourism decision-making and has a positive impact.Recommendation for Researchers: According to the research conclusions of this article, the following counter-measures and suggestions are put forward from three aspects of tourism: products, enterprises, and governments.On the basis of existing tourism products, relevant operating companies should pay more attention to the upgrading and transformation of tourism, leisure and entertainment products in scenic spots to increase the willingness of tourists to travel.When considering corporate marketing and promotion plans, tourism companies operating related businesses should increase the weight of their marketing budgets in online marketing, increase investment in online marketing, and develop mobile applications that meet the preferences of Chinese residents in the United States.Do a good job in the timely publication of safety reminders and local information. Safety is an important foundation for tourism development and the core concern of many tourists.Future Research: Due to the important research on the impact of tourism activities, the influencing factors are many and complex, and the psychological process of tourism decision-making is carried out directly. There are still unconsidered factors that need to be studied in depth. In the future, it is possible to compare multiple resource-featured themes, and increase the characteristics of potential tourists, and the factors affecting the selection behavior of regional cultural tourists, and so forth, in order to make the research more applicable and practical instructive significance.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-11-05
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4878
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • The Translational Learning EcoSystem

    • Authors: Gaetano R Lotrecchiano, Marie K Norman
      Pages: 149 - 161
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: In this paper we propose an ecosystem for translational learning that combines core learning principles with a multilevel construct that embraces the tenets of translational research, namely, teaming, translating, and implementing. The goal of the paper is to argue that knowledge of learning sciences is essential at the individual, team, and organizational levels in the translational science enterprise. Background: The two decades that we can now call the translational era of health and medicine have not been without challenges. Many inroads have been made in navigating how scientific teaming, translating knowledge across the health spectrum, and implementing change to our health systems, policies, and interventions can serve our changing global environment. These changes to the traditional health science enterprise require new ways of understanding knowledge, forging relationships, and managing this new tradition of science. Competency requirements that have become important to the enterprise are dependent on a deep understanding about how people learn as individuals, in teams, and within organizations and systems.Methodology: An individual, team, and organizational conceptual framework for learning in translational ecosystems is developed drawing on the learning science literature, a synthesis of 9 key learning principles and integrated with core competencies for translational science.Contribution: The translational learning ecosystem is a means by which to understand how translational science competencies can be reinforced by core learning principles as teaming, translating, and implementation intersect as part of the translational science enterprise. Findings: This paper connects learning science to tailored principles in a simplified way so that those working translational science with less knowledge of theories of learning and pedagogy may be able to access it in a clear and concise way. Recommendation for Researchers: This paper provides a framework for researchers who engage in the education of translational scientists as well as those who are charged with training new scientists in an emerging field critical to health and medicine. Future Research: The translational ecosystem described can serve to expand how teaching and learning impact scientific advances. In addition, it serves as a means in which to understand the impact of learning on micro, meso, and macro levels.
      Citation: InformingSciJ, Volume 24 (2021)
      PubDate: 2021-11-28
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/4882
      Issue No: Vol. 24 (2021)
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 9, 2006
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 9, 2006

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  • Task Complexity and Informing Science: A Synthesis
    • Task Complexity and Informing Science: A Synthesis

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill, Richard C. Hicks

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  • Reclassification of Electronic Product Catalogs: The “Apricot”
           Approach and Its Evaluation Results
    • Reclassification of Electronic Product Catalogs: The “Apricot” Approach and Its Evaluation Results

      Authors: Sven Abels, Axel Hahn

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  • Good Intuition or Fear and Uncertainty: The Effects of Bias on Information
           Systems Selection Decisions
    • Good Intuition or Fear and Uncertainty: The Effects of Bias on Information Systems Selection Decisions

      Authors: Kieren Jamieson , Paul Hyland

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  • The Academic Open Access E-Journal: Platform and Portal
    • The Academic Open Access E-Journal: Platform and Portal

      Authors: Alex Koohang, Keith Harman

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  • On the Difference or Equality of Information, Misinformation, and
           Disinformation: A Critical Research Perspective
    • On the Difference or Equality of Information, Misinformation, and Disinformation: A Critical Research Perspective

      Authors: Bernd Carsten Stahl

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  • Towards the Automatic Generation of Virtual Presenter Agents
    • Towards the Automatic Generation of Virtual Presenter Agents

      Authors: Anton Nijholt

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  • The Factors that Influence Adoption of ICTs by Recent Refugee Immigrants
           to New Zealand
    • The Factors that Influence Adoption of ICTs by Recent Refugee Immigrants to New Zealand

      Authors: Eltahir F. Kabbar , Barbara J. Crump

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  • Would Regulation of Web Site Privacy Policy Statements Increase Consumer
           Trust'
    • Would Regulation of Web Site Privacy Policy Statements Increase Consumer Trust?

      Authors: David B. Meinert, Dane K. Peterson, John R. Criswell II, Martin D. Crossland

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  • Implications of Foreign Ownership on Journalistic Quality in a
           Post-Communist Society:The Case of Finance
    • Implications of Foreign Ownership on Journalistic Quality in a Post-Communist Society:The Case of Finance

      Authors: Martine Robinson Beachboard , John C. Beachboard

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  • Using IT to Inform and Rehabilitate Aphasic Patients
    • Using IT to Inform and Rehabilitate Aphasic Patients

      Authors: Cecilia Lanyi Sik, Zoltan Geiszt, Viktor Magyar

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  • A Systems Approach to Conduct an Effective Literature Review in Support of
           Information Systems Research
    • A Systems Approach to Conduct an Effective Literature Review in Support of Information Systems Research

      Authors: Yair Levy, Timothy J. Ellis

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  • Information Warfare and Deception
    • Information Warfare and Deception

      Authors: William Hutchinson

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  • Diagnostic and Functional Dependencies of Credibility
    • Diagnostic and Functional Dependencies of Credibility

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

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  • New Approaches to Studying Information Technology: Escaping the
           Organizational Straightjacket
    • New Approaches to Studying Information Technology: Escaping the Organizational Straightjacket

      Authors: Nik R. Hassan

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  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 8, 2005
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  • Issues in Informing Clients using Multimedia Communications
    • Issues in Informing Clients using Multimedia Communications

      Authors: Nalin Sharda

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  • MECCA: Hypermedia Capturing of Collaborative Scientific Discourses about
           Movies
    • MECCA: Hypermedia Capturing of Collaborative Scientific Discourses about Movies

      Authors: Ralf Klamma, Marc Spaniol, Matthias Jarke

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  • Informing Clients through Multimedia Communications:
    • Informing Clients through Multimedia Communications:

      Authors: Marco Furini , Marco Roccetti

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  • Exploring the Myths about Online Education in Information Systems
    • Exploring the Myths about Online Education in Information Systems

      Authors: Suprateek Sarker , Jennifer Nicholson

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  • Open Source: A Metaphor for E-Learning
    • Open Source: A Metaphor for E-Learning

      Authors: Alex Koohang, Keith Harman

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  • An Empirical Evaluation of Visual Metaphors in the Animation of Roles of
           Variables
    • An Empirical Evaluation of Visual Metaphors in the Animation of Roles of Variables

      Authors: Tuija Stützle , Jorma Sajaniemi

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  • Informing Systems in Business Environments: A Purpose-Focused View
    • Informing Systems in Business Environments: A Purpose-Focused View

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

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  • A Reflexive Model of ICT Practices in Organizations
    • A Reflexive Model of ICT Practices in Organizations

      Authors: Jan-Oddvar Sørnes, Keri Keilberg Stephens, Larry Davis Browning, Alf Steinar Sætre

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  • The Impact of National Culture on Worldwide eGovernment Readiness
    • The Impact of National Culture on Worldwide eGovernment Readiness

      Authors: Zlatko J. Kovacic

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  • Developing a Framework for Assessing Information Quality on the World Wide
           Web
    • Developing a Framework for Assessing Information Quality on the World Wide Web

      Authors: Shirlee-ann Knight , Janice Burn

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  • Modular Inference Trees for Expository Reports
    • Modular Inference Trees for Expository Reports

      Authors: Jens Mende

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  • The Poverty of Empiricism
    • The Poverty of Empiricism

      Authors: Jens Mende

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  • Information Politics and Information Culture: A Case Study
    • Information Politics and Information Culture: A Case Study

      Authors: Bob Travica

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  • Informing Citizens in a Highly Restrictive Environment Using Low-Budget
           Multimedia Communications: A Serbian Case Study
    • Informing Citizens in a Highly Restrictive Environment Using Low-Budget Multimedia Communications: A Serbian Case Study

      Authors: Aleksandar Spasic , Miloje Nesic

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  • A Cognitive Approach to Instructional Design for Multimedia Learning
    • A Cognitive Approach to Instructional Design for Multimedia Learning

      Authors: Stephen D. Sorden

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  • Informing the HR Hiring Decision of IT Personnel:
    • Informing the HR Hiring Decision of IT Personnel:

      Authors: John E. Anderson, Kevin S. Barrett, Paul H. Schwager

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  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 7, 2004
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 7, 2004

      Authors:

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  • The Reflexivity between ICTs and Business Culture: Applying
    • The Reflexivity between ICTs and Business Culture: Applying

      Authors: Jan-Oddvar Sørnes, Keri Keilberg Stephens, Alf Steinar Sætre , Larry Davis Browning

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  • The Value of User Participation in E-Commerce Systems Development
    • The Value of User Participation in E-Commerce Systems Development

      Authors: Julian Terry , Craig Standing

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  • Email and Misinformation: A South African Case Study
    • Email and Misinformation: A South African Case Study

      Authors: Laurette Pretorius , Andries Barnard

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  • Evaluation of the Human Impact of Password Authentication
    • Evaluation of the Human Impact of Password Authentication

      Authors: Deborah Sater Carstens, Pamela R. McCauley-Bell, Linda C. Malone , Ronald F. DeMara

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  • Improving the Chances of Getting your IT Curriculum Innovation
           Successfully
    • Improving the Chances of Getting your IT Curriculum Innovation Successfully

      Authors: Arthur Tatnall , Bill Davies

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  • Use-Cases and Personas: A Case Study in Light-Weight User Interaction
           Design for Small Development Projects
    • Use-Cases and Personas: A Case Study in Light-Weight User Interaction Design for Small Development Projects

      Authors: Gary Randolph

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  • Pathways to Enhance Environmental Assessment Information Systems
    • Pathways to Enhance Environmental Assessment Information Systems

      Authors: David J. LePoire, John J. Arnish, Timothy R. Klett, Robert L. Johnson, Shih-Yew Chen

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  • Expanding the Concept of Usability
    • Expanding the Concept of Usability

      Authors: Alex Koohang

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  • HTML Tags as Extraction Cues for Web Page Description Construction
    • HTML Tags as Extraction Cues for Web Page Description Construction

      Authors: Timothy C. Craven

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  • Introduction to the Special Series of Papers on Informing Each Other:
           Bridging the Gap between Researcher and Practitioners
    • Introduction to the Special Series of Papers on Informing Each Other: Bridging the Gap between Researcher and Practitioners

      Authors: Brian Fitzgerald

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  • Communicating Academic Research Findings to IS Professionals: An Analysis
           of Problems
    • Communicating Academic Research Findings to IS Professionals: An Analysis of Problems

      Authors: Michael Lang

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  • Using the World Wide Web to Connect Research and Professional Practice:
           Towards Evidence-Based Practice
    • Using the World Wide Web to Connect Research and Professional Practice: Towards Evidence-Based Practice

      Authors: Daniel L. Moody

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  • Regional IS Knowledge Networks: Elaborating the Theme of Relevance of IS
           Research
    • Regional IS Knowledge Networks: Elaborating the Theme of Relevance of IS Research

      Authors: Mikael Soderstrom , Torbjörn Nordstrom

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  • Integrating Theory and Practice in Education with Business Games
    • Integrating Theory and Practice in Education with Business Games

      Authors: Karen Neville, Frederic Adam

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  • Value Creation through IT-supported Knowledge Management' The
           Utilisation of a Knowledge Management System in a Global Consulting
           Company
    • Value Creation through IT-supported Knowledge Management? The Utilisation of a Knowledge Management System in a Global Consulting Company

      Authors: Karlheinz Kautz, Volker Mahnke

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  • Applications of Geographical Information Systems in Understanding Spatial
           Distribution of Asthma
    • Applications of Geographical Information Systems in Understanding Spatial Distribution of Asthma

      Authors: Mohammad A. Rob

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  • Introduction to the Special Series on Community Informatics
    • Introduction to the Special Series on Community Informatics

      Authors: Eugene J. Rathswohl

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  • Foot and Mouth Disease: Informing the Community'
    • Foot and Mouth Disease: Informing the Community?

      Authors: Briony J. Oates

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  • Navigation Assistance in Virtual Worlds
    • Navigation Assistance in Virtual Worlds

      Authors: Betsy van Dijk, Rieks op den Akker, Anton Nijholt , Job Zwiers

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  • The Development of Consumer-Driven Human Services Information Technology
           Initiatives: The Lake County Indiana Experience
    • The Development of Consumer-Driven Human Services Information Technology Initiatives: The Lake County Indiana Experience

      Authors: Thomas W. Pavkov , Charles R. Winer

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  • Human Services Information Technology: A Shared System
    • Human Services Information Technology: A Shared System

      Authors: Charles R. Winer, Thomas W. Pavkov

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  • Information and Communication Technology: Gender Issues in Developing
           Nations
    • Information and Communication Technology: Gender Issues in Developing Nations

      Authors: Kimberly Betz Leahy , Ira Yermish

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  • Can E- Commerce Enable Marketing in an African Rural Women's Community
           Based Development Organization'
    • Can E- Commerce Enable Marketing in an African Rural Women's Community Based Development Organization?

      Authors: Jo Rhodes

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  • The Importance of Addressing Accepted Training Needs When Designing
           Electronic Information Literacy Training
    • The Importance of Addressing Accepted Training Needs When Designing Electronic Information Literacy Training

      Authors: Nicole Fahey

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  • Information Literacy: A Community Service-Learning Approach
    • Information Literacy: A Community Service-Learning Approach

      Authors: Eugene J. Rathswohl

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  • A Case Study of Physicians at Work at the University Hospital of Northern
           Norway
    • A Case Study of Physicians at Work at the University Hospital of Northern Norway

      Authors: Gunnar Ellingsen

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  • Five Roles of an Information System: A Social Constructionist Approach to
           Analysing the Use of ERP Systems
    • Five Roles of an Information System: A Social Constructionist Approach to Analysing the Use of ERP Systems

      Authors: Linda Askenas, Alf Westelius

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  • The Archaeologist Undeceived: Selecting Quality Archaeological Information
           from the Internet
    • The Archaeologist Undeceived: Selecting Quality Archaeological Information from the Internet

      Authors: Paul Sturges , Anne Griffin

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  • Socio-Economic Factors Affecting Home Internet Usage Patterns in Central
           Queensland
    • Socio-Economic Factors Affecting Home Internet Usage Patterns in Central Queensland

      Authors: Wallace J Taylor, Grant X. Zhu, John Dekkers, Stewart Marshall

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  • Role of Information Professionals in Knowledge Management Programs:
           Empirical Evidence from Canada
    • Role of Information Professionals in Knowledge Management Programs: Empirical Evidence from Canada

      Authors: Isola Ajiferuke

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  • Internal Data Market Services: An Ontology-Based Architecture and Its
           Evaluation
    • Internal Data Market Services: An Ontology-Based Architecture and Its Evaluation

      Authors: Fons Wijnhoven, Edwin van den Belt, Eddy Verbruggen, Paul van der Vet

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  • Toward a Systemic Notion of Information: Practical Consequences
    • Toward a Systemic Notion of Information: Practical Consequences

      Authors: Nagib Callaos, Belkis Callaos

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  • Web-enabled Information and Referral Services: A Framework for Analysis
    • Web-enabled Information and Referral Services: A Framework for Analysis

      Authors: Mary Helen Fagan

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  • Data Security Management in Distributed Computer Systems
    • Data Security Management in Distributed Computer Systems

      Authors: Adi Armoni

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  • Electronic Commerce: A Taxing Dilemma
    • Electronic Commerce: A Taxing Dilemma

      Authors: Steven John Simon

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  • Operationalizing Context in Context-Aware Artifacts: Benefits and Pitfalls
    • Operationalizing Context in Context-Aware Artifacts: Benefits and Pitfalls

      Authors: Christopher Lueg

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  • Web-Based Interactions Support for Information Systems
    • Web-Based Interactions Support for Information Systems

      Authors: Youcef Baghdadi

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  • Educationally Critical Aspects of the Concept of an Information System
    • Educationally Critical Aspects of the Concept of an Information System

      Authors: Chris Cope

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  • Toward a Model of Growth Stages for Knowledge Management Technology in Law
           Firms
    • Toward a Model of Growth Stages for Knowledge Management Technology in Law Firms

      Authors: Petter Gottschalk

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  • To Speak or Not to Speak: Developing Legal Standards for Anonymous Speech
           on the Internet
    • To Speak or Not to Speak: Developing Legal Standards for Anonymous Speech on the Internet

      Authors: Tomas A. Lipinski

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  • Introduction to the Special Series on the Digital Divide
    • Introduction to the Special Series on the Digital Divide

      Authors: Elizabeth Cohen Boyd

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  • Policy Options to Combat the Digital Divide in Western Europe
    • Policy Options to Combat the Digital Divide in Western Europe

      Authors: Rod Carveth , Susan B. Kretchmer

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  • Comprendiendo Nuestras Politicas: The Need for an Effective C&IT Policy
           for a Nation’s Development, The Venezuelan Case
    • Comprendiendo Nuestras Politicas: The Need for an Effective C&IT Policy for a Nation’s Development, The Venezuelan Case

      Authors: Carmen Joham

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  • Bridging the Digital Divide through Educational Initiatives: Problems and
           Solutions
    • Bridging the Digital Divide through Educational Initiatives: Problems and Solutions

      Authors: Tom Butler

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  • Informing South African Students about Information Systems
    • Informing South African Students about Information Systems

      Authors: Mike Hart

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  • Collaboration: the Key to Establishing Community Networks in Regional
           Australia
    • Collaboration: the Key to Establishing Community Networks in Regional Australia

      Authors: Wallace J Taylor, Stewart Marshall

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  • Colored-sketch of Text Information
    • Colored-sketch of Text Information

      Authors: Beomjin Kim, Philip Johnson, Adam S. Huarng

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  • WebSpy: An Architecture for Monitoring Web Server Availability in a
           Multi-Platform Environment
    • WebSpy: An Architecture for Monitoring Web Server Availability in a Multi-Platform Environment

      Authors: Madhan Mohan Thirukonda , Shirley Ann Becker

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  • Empirical Validation Procedure for the Knowledge Management Technology
           Stage Model
    • Empirical Validation Procedure for the Knowledge Management Technology Stage Model

      Authors: Petter Gottschalk

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  • The Prediction of Perceived Level of Computer Knowledge: The Role of
           Participant Characteristics and Aversion toward Computers
    • The Prediction of Perceived Level of Computer Knowledge: The Role of Participant Characteristics and Aversion toward Computers

      Authors: David M. Compton, William H. Burkett, Gail G. Burkett

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  • Differences in Stage of Integration between Business Planning and
           Information Systems Planning according to Value Configurations
    • Differences in Stage of Integration between Business Planning and Information Systems Planning according to Value Configurations

      Authors: Petter Gottschalk, Hans Solli-Sæther

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  • Quantum Computers: A New Paradigm in Information Technology
    • Quantum Computers: A New Paradigm in Information Technology

      Authors: Mahesh S. Raisinghani

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  • An I-Based Taxonomy of Virtual Organisations and the Implications for
           Effective Management
    • An I-Based Taxonomy of Virtual Organisations and the Implications for Effective Management

      Authors: Nick Lethbridge

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  • Role of Librarian in Internet and World Wide Web Environment
    • Role of Librarian in Internet and World Wide Web Environment

      Authors: K. Nageswara Rao, KH Babu

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  • Salvaging Information Engineering Techniques in the Data Warehouse
           Environment
    • Salvaging Information Engineering Techniques in the Data Warehouse Environment

      Authors: Anthony L. Politano

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  • Introduction to the Special Series on Widening the Focus
    • Introduction to the Special Series on Widening the Focus

      Authors: Elizabeth Cohen Boyd

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  • An Introduction to Computer Forensics: Gathering Evidence in a Computing
           Environment
    • An Introduction to Computer Forensics: Gathering Evidence in a Computing Environment

      Authors: Henry B. Wolfe

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  • Communicating Culture: An Exploratory Study of the Key Concepts in Maori
           Culture on Maori Web Sites
    • Communicating Culture: An Exploratory Study of the Key Concepts in Maori Culture on Maori Web Sites

      Authors: Zlatko J. Kovacic

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  • New Technologies and New Paradigms in Historical Research
    • New Technologies and New Paradigms in Historical Research

      Authors: Antonio Cartelli, Luisa Miglio, Marco Palma

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  • A Framework for Effective User Interface Design for Web-Based Electronic
           Commerce Applications
    • A Framework for Effective User Interface Design for Web-Based Electronic Commerce Applications

      Authors: Justyna Burns , Gregory R. Madey

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  • An Examination of Computer Attitudes, Anxieties, and Aversions Among
           Diverse College Populations: Issues Central to Understanding Information
           Sciences in the New Millennium
    • An Examination of Computer Attitudes, Anxieties, and Aversions Among Diverse College Populations: Issues Central to Understanding Information Sciences in the New Millennium

      Authors: William H. Burkett, David M. Compton, Gail G. Burkett

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  • Informing Science (IS) and Science and Technology Studies (STS): The
           University as Decision Center (DC) for Teaching Interdisciplinary Research
           
    • Informing Science (IS) and Science and Technology Studies (STS): The University as Decision Center (DC) for Teaching Interdisciplinary Research

      Authors: Teresa Castelao-Lawless , William F. Lawless

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  • Internet 2 – WWW: Where, When and Why'
    • Internet 2 – WWW: Where, When and Why?

      Authors: Adi Armoni

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  • An Action-Oriented Perspective of Information Systems in Organizations
    • An Action-Oriented Perspective of Information Systems in Organizations

      Authors: Rex Eugene Pereira

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  • Introduction to Special Series on Information Exchange in Electronic
           Markets: New Business Models
    • Introduction to Special Series on Information Exchange in Electronic Markets: New Business Models

      Authors: Dag H. H. Olsen , Sandeep Purao

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  • Models of Information Markets: Analysis of Markets, Identification of
           Services, and Design Models
    • Models of Information Markets: Analysis of Markets, Identification of Services, and Design Models

      Authors: Fons Wijnhoven

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  • The Impact of Information and Communication Technology on
           Interorganizational Coordination: Guidelines from Theory
    • The Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Interorganizational Coordination: Guidelines from Theory

      Authors: Marielle den Hengst , Henk G. Sol

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  • Self-Service Banking: Value Creation Models and Information Exchange
    • Self-Service Banking: Value Creation Models and Information Exchange

      Authors: Ragnvald Sannes

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  • An Introduction to Face Recognition Technology
    • An Introduction to Face Recognition Technology

      Authors: Shang-Hung Lin

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  • Applications of Scalable Multipoint Video and Audio Using the Public
           Internet
    • Applications of Scalable Multipoint Video and Audio Using the Public Internet

      Authors: Robert D. Gaglianello, Marah F. Rosenberg

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  • Using a Virtual Room Platform To Build a Multimedia Distance Learning
           Environment For The Internet
    • Using a Virtual Room Platform To Build a Multimedia Distance Learning Environment For The Internet

      Authors: Allen Ginsberg, Dennis Shiau, Bryan Sampieri

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  • Advanced Signal Processing for Wireless Multimedia Communications
    • Advanced Signal Processing for Wireless Multimedia Communications

      Authors: Xiaodong Wang

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  • Information Systems Executives: The Changing Role of New IS/IT Leaders
    • Information Systems Executives: The Changing Role of New IS/IT Leaders

      Authors: Petter Gottschalk

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  • Teaching Information Management to Honors Degree Students: The Information
           Challenges Approach
    • Teaching Information Management to Honors Degree Students: The Information Challenges Approach

      Authors: Kevin Grant, Mark Stansfield, Ray Land

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  • Informing Science Special Issue on Information Science Research
    • Informing Science Special Issue on Information Science Research

      Authors: Amanda Spink

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  • Human Information Behavior
    • Human Information Behavior

      Authors: T. D. Wilson

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  • Interactive Information Retrieval: Context and Basic Notions
    • Interactive Information Retrieval: Context and Basic Notions

      Authors: David Robins

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  • Image Information Retrieval: An Overview of Current Research
    • Image Information Retrieval: An Overview of Current Research

      Authors: Abby A. Goodrum

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  • Relevance: An Interdisciplinary and Information Science Perspective
    • Relevance: An Interdisciplinary and Information Science Perspective

      Authors: Howard Greisdorf

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  • Toward a Theoretical Framework for Information Science
    • Toward a Theoretical Framework for Information Science

      Authors: Amanda Spink

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  • Applications Of Informetrics To Information Retrieval Research
    • Applications Of Informetrics To Information Retrieval Research

      Authors: Dietmar Wolfram

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  • Representation and Organization of Information in the Web Space: From MARC
           to XML
    • Representation and Organization of Information in the Web Space: From MARC to XML

      Authors: Jian Qin

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  • Social Informatics in the Information Sciences: Current Activities and
           Emerging Directions
    • Social Informatics in the Information Sciences: Current Activities and Emerging Directions

      Authors: Steve Sawyer, Howard Rosenbaum

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  • Detecting Data Errors in Organizational Settings: Examining the
           Generalizability of Experimental Findings
    • Detecting Data Errors in Organizational Settings: Examining the Generalizability of Experimental Findings

      Authors: Barbara D. Klein

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  • Do We Need to Impose More Regulation Upon the World Wide Web' -A
           Metasystem Analysis
    • Do We Need to Impose More Regulation Upon the World Wide Web? -A Metasystem Analysis

      Authors: John P. van Gigch

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  • Knowledge Management Systems: A Comparison of Law Firms and Consulting
           Firms
    • Knowledge Management Systems: A Comparison of Law Firms and Consulting Firms

      Authors: Petter Gottschalk

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  • Special Series on Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Promoting
           Organizational Learning
    • Special Series on Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Promoting Organizational Learning

      Authors: Shirley Ann Becker

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  • Organizational Learning Through the Collection of “Lessons
           Learned”
    • Organizational Learning Through the Collection of “Lessons Learned”

      Authors: Joseph V. Vandeville

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  • Learning from the World Wide Web: Using Organizational Profiles in
           Information Searches
    • Learning from the World Wide Web: Using Organizational Profiles in Information Searches

      Authors: Anthony Scime

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  • A Contextual Integration of Individual and Organizational Learning
           Perspectives as Part of IS Analysis
    • A Contextual Integration of Individual and Organizational Learning Perspectives as Part of IS Analysis

      Authors: Peter M. Bednar

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  • Using the Web to Enable Industry-University Collaboration: An Action
           Research Study of a Course Partnership
    • Using the Web to Enable Industry-University Collaboration: An Action Research Study of a Course Partnership

      Authors: Ned Kock, Camille Auspitz, Brad King

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  • The Value of Information Systems Teaching and Research in the Knowledge
           Society
    • The Value of Information Systems Teaching and Research in the Knowledge Society

      Authors: Christopher Hemingway , Tom Gough

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  • Development of the Internet Watershed Educational Tool (InterWET)
    • Development of the Internet Watershed Educational Tool (InterWET)

      Authors: Shane Parson, James Hamlett, Paul Robillard

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  • Toward A Methodology For Managing Information Systems Implementation: A
           Social Constructivist Perspective
    • Toward A Methodology For Managing Information Systems Implementation: A Social Constructivist Perspective

      Authors: Suprateek Sarker

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  • Bringing the Farming Community Into the Internet Age: A Case Study
    • Bringing the Farming Community Into the Internet Age: A Case Study

      Authors: A. B. Deraman , A. K. Shamsul Bahar

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  • Development of a Video Network for Efficient Dissemination of the
           Graphical Images in a Collaborative Environment
    • Development of a Video Network for Efficient Dissemination of the Graphical Images in a Collaborative Environment

      Authors: Anatoliy Gordonov , Michael Kress

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

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  • A Groupware-based Peer Review Process: An Exploratory Case Study
    • A Groupware-based Peer Review Process: An Exploratory Case Study

      Authors: Bridget N. O'Connor

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
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  • Expectations and Influencing Factors of IS Graduates and Education in
           
    • Expectations and Influencing Factors of IS Graduates and Education in Thailand: A Perspective of the Students, Academics and Business Community

      Authors: Teay Shawyun

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  • Data Quality in Linear Regression Models: Effect of Errors in Test Data
           and Errors in Training Data on Predictive Accuracy
    • Data Quality in Linear Regression Models: Effect of Errors in Test Data and Errors in Training Data on Predictive Accuracy

      Authors: Barbara D. Klein , Donald Rossin

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

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  • Building an Internet-Based Learning Environment in Higher Education:
           Learner Informing Systems and the Life Cycle Approach
    • Building an Internet-Based Learning Environment in Higher Education: Learner Informing Systems and the Life Cycle Approach

      Authors: Zeynep Onay

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/600
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  • Teaching Information Quality in Information Systems Undergraduate
           Education
    • Teaching Information Quality in Information Systems Undergraduate Education

      Authors: Omar E. M. Khalil, Diane M. Strong, Beverly K. Kahn, Leo L. Pipino

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  • Roadmaster Roading Contractors Case Study
    • Roadmaster Roading Contractors Case Study

      Authors: Hazel Taylor

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/602
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  • On the Nature of Models: Let us Now Praise Famous Men and Women, from
           Warren McCulloch to Candace Pert
    • On the Nature of Models: Let us Now Praise Famous Men and Women, from Warren McCulloch to Candace Pert

      Authors: Stafford Beer

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
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  • Informing Clientele through Networked Multimedia Information Systems:
           Introduction to the Special Issues
    • Informing Clientele through Networked Multimedia Information Systems: Introduction to the Special Issues

      Authors: Wenjun (Kevin) Zeng , Heather Yu

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/604
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  • Multimedia Content Analysis and Indexing for Filtering and Retrieval
           Applications
    • Multimedia Content Analysis and Indexing for Filtering and Retrieval Applications

      Authors: N. Dimitrova

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/605
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  • New Trends in Multimedia Standards: MPEG4 and JPEG2000
    • New Trends in Multimedia Standards: MPEG4 and JPEG2000

      Authors: Jie Liang

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/606
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  • Digital Watermarking Technology with Practical Applications
    • Digital Watermarking Technology with Practical Applications

      Authors: Norishige Morimoto

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 2 (1999)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/607
      Issue No: Vol. 2
       
  • Decision Confidence, Information Usefulness, and Information Seeking
           Intention in the Presence of Disconfirming Information
    • Decision Confidence, Information Usefulness, and Information Seeking Intention in the Presence of Disconfirming Information

      Authors: Brandon Phillips, Victor R. Prybutok, Daniel A. Peak

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1932
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  • User Perceptions of Aesthetic Visual Design Variables within the Informing
           Environment: A Web-Based Experiment
    • User Perceptions of Aesthetic Visual Design Variables within the Informing Environment: A Web-Based Experiment

      Authors: Daniel A. Peak, Victor R. Prybutok, Michael Gibson, Yu "Andy" Wu, Chenyan Xu

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1933
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  • Methodological Approaches for Researching Complex Organizational Phenomena
    • Methodological Approaches for Researching Complex Organizational Phenomena

      Authors: Irena Malgorzata Ali

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1949
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  • Information and Knowledge: Combining Justification, Truth, and Belief
    • Information and Knowledge: Combining Justification, Truth, and Belief

      Authors: Robert Losee

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1950
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  • Library as a Verb: Technological Change and the Obsolescence of Place in
           Research
    • Library as a Verb: Technological Change and the Obsolescence of Place in Research

      Authors: Stewart C. Baker

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1955
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  • A NeuroDesign Model for IS Research
    • A NeuroDesign Model for IS Research

      Authors: Alan R. Hevner, Christopher Davis, Rosann Webb Collins, Grandon Gill

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1956
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  • Think Process, Think in Time: Advancing Study of Informing Systems
    • Think Process, Think in Time: Advancing Study of Informing Systems

      Authors: Bob Travica

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1961
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  • The Ambiguity that Surrounds Information Strategy
    • The Ambiguity that Surrounds Information Strategy

      Authors: Karl T. Knox

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1974
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  • Global Agile Team Design: An Informing Science Perspective
    • Global Agile Team Design: An Informing Science Perspective

      Authors: Jason H. Sharp, Sherry D. Ryan, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2030
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  • Disciplinary Evolution and the Rise of the Transdiscipline
    • Disciplinary Evolution and the Rise of the Transdiscipline

      Authors: Eli Cohen, Scott J. Lloyd

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2045
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  • The Knowledge Innovation Matrix (KIM): A Clarifying Lens for Innovation
    • The Knowledge Innovation Matrix (KIM): A Clarifying Lens for Innovation

      Authors: Shirley Gregor, Alan R. Hevner

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2046
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  • Disciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in the Study of Knowledge
    • Disciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in the Study of Knowledge

      Authors: Jay Bernstein

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2047
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  • Identifying the Knowledge Requirements of a New Project Entrant: An
           Informing Science Approach
    • Identifying the Knowledge Requirements of a New Project Entrant: An Informing Science Approach

      Authors: Grafton Whyte, Desire Minnaar

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2053
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  • Conceptualization of Various and Conflicting Notions of Information
    • Conceptualization of Various and Conflicting Notions of Information

      Authors: Sabah Al-Fedaghi

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 17 (2014)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/2054
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  • Testing a Model of Users’ Web Risk Information Seeking Intention
    • Testing a Model of Users’ Web Risk Information Seeking Intention

      Authors: Lixuan Zhang, Robert Pavur, Paul York, Clinton Amos

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1761
      Issue No: Vol. 16
       
  • YouTube: An Effective Web 2.0 Informing Channel for Health Education to
           Prevent STDs
    • YouTube: An Effective Web 2.0 Informing Channel for Health Education to Prevent STDs

      Authors: Gayle Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1773
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  • The Social Network Application Post-Adoptive Use Model (SNAPUM): A Model
           Examining Social Capital and Other Critical Factors Affecting the
           Post-Adoptive Use of Facebook
    • The Social Network Application Post-Adoptive Use Model (SNAPUM): A Model Examining Social Capital and Other Critical Factors Affecting the Post-Adoptive Use of Facebook

      Authors: Michael J. Magro, Sherry D. Ryan, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1777
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  • Culture, Complexity, and Informing: How Shared Beliefs Can Enhance Our
           Search for Fitness
    • Culture, Complexity, and Informing: How Shared Beliefs Can Enhance Our Search for Fitness

      Authors: Grandon Gill

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1778
      Issue No: Vol. 16
       
  • Student Interaction with Content in Online and Hybrid Courses: Leading
           Horses to the Proverbial Water
    • Student Interaction with Content in Online and Hybrid Courses: Leading Horses to the Proverbial Water

      Authors: Meg Coffin Murray, Jorge Pérez, Debra Geist, Alison Hedrick

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1779
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  • A Bibliometric Study of Informing Science: The International Journal of an
           Emerging Transdis-cipline
    • A Bibliometric Study of Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdis-cipline

      Authors: Amanda Regolini, Emmanuelle Jannès-Ober

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1780
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  • Exploring the Role of Communication Media in the Informing Science Model:
           An Information Technology Project Management Perspective
    • Exploring the Role of Communication Media in the Informing Science Model: An Information Technology Project Management Perspective

      Authors: April H. Reed, Linda V. Knight

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1783
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  • Openness of Information-Communications Systems: The Rescue Tool for
           Preserving Information Age Heritage
    • Openness of Information-Communications Systems: The Rescue Tool for Preserving Information Age Heritage

      Authors: Fjodor Ruzic

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1883
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  • Evidence for Addressing the Unsolved through EdGe-ucating or Can Informing
           Science Promote Democratic Knowledge Production'
    • Evidence for Addressing the Unsolved through EdGe-ucating or Can Informing Science Promote Democratic Knowledge Production?

      Authors: G. Thomas Fox

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1886
      Issue No: Vol. 16
       
  • The Role of Case Studies in Informing Systems: Introduction to the Special
           Series
    • The Role of Case Studies in Informing Systems: Introduction to the Special Series

      Authors: John C. Ickis

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1905
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  • Case Method Management
    • Case Method Management

      Authors: Harry W. Strachan

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1906
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  • Case Studies in Agribusiness: An Interview with Ray Goldberg
    • Case Studies in Agribusiness: An Interview with Ray Goldberg

      Authors: Grandon Gill

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1907
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  • Decision Processes in Introducing Hybrid Agricultural Plants: ECOM Coffee
           Group Case Study
    • Decision Processes in Introducing Hybrid Agricultural Plants: ECOM Coffee Group Case Study

      Authors: Bernard Kilian

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1908
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  • Meanings for Case Protagonists of the Informing Process Occurring During
           Case Production and Discussion: A Phenomenological Analysis
    • Meanings for Case Protagonists of the Informing Process Occurring During Case Production and Discussion: A Phenomenological Analysis

      Authors: Josefina Bruni-Celli, Rosa Amelia González

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1909
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  • Informing Patterns of Student Case Writing
    • Informing Patterns of Student Case Writing

      Authors: John C. Ickis, Mislav Ante Omazić

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1910
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  • Online Learning and Case Teaching: Implications in an Informing Systems
           Framework
    • Online Learning and Case Teaching: Implications in an Informing Systems Framework

      Authors: Eduardo Luis Montiel

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1911
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  • Are We Really Having an Impact' A Comprehensive Approach to Assessing
           Improvements in Critical Thinking in an MBA Program
    • Are We Really Having an Impact? A Comprehensive Approach to Assessing Improvements in Critical Thinking in an MBA Program

      Authors: Luis Noel Alfaro Gramajo, Felipe Pérez Pineda, Carlos Quintanilla, Luis Sanz

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 16 (2013)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1912
      Issue No: Vol. 16
       
  • Focus and Perspectivism in Viewing Information, Data, and Informing:
           Fundamental Distinctions
    • Focus and Perspectivism in Viewing Information, Data, and Informing: Fundamental Distinctions

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1550
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • Paradigm Lost
    • Paradigm Lost

      Authors: J. E. Everett

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1556
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  • Informing on a Rugged Landscape: Homophily versus Expertise
    • Informing on a Rugged Landscape: Homophily versus Expertise

      Authors: Grandon Gill

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1560
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • The Helix of Human Cognition: Knowledge Management According to DIKW, E2E,
           and the Proposed View
    • The Helix of Human Cognition: Knowledge Management According to DIKW, E2E, and the Proposed View

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
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  • Informing Science and Andragogy: A Conceptual Scheme of Client-Side
           Barriers to Informing University Students
    • Informing Science and Andragogy: A Conceptual Scheme of Client-Side Barriers to Informing University Students

      Authors: Linda V. Knight, Theresa A. Steinbach, Jean Hop

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1593
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • Teaching IS to the Information Society using an “Informing
           Science” Perspective
    • Teaching IS to the Information Society using an “Informing Science” Perspective

      Authors: Ramesh Subramanian, Bruce White

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1594
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • Understanding the Antecedents of Knowledge Sharing: An Organizational
           Justice Perspective
    • Understanding the Antecedents of Knowledge Sharing: An Organizational Justice Perspective

      Authors: Bashorat Ibragimova, Sherry D. Ryan, John C. Windsor, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1694
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • Social Networking Site Continuance: The Paradox of Negative Consequences
           and Positive Growth
    • Social Networking Site Continuance: The Paradox of Negative Consequences and Positive Growth

      Authors: Gina Harden, Sherry D. Ryan, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1723
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  • The Paradox of Tethering: Key to Unleashing Creative Excellence in the
           Research-Education Space
    • The Paradox of Tethering: Key to Unleashing Creative Excellence in the Research-Education Space

      Authors: David J. Waters

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1738
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • The Dual Micro/Macro Informing Role of Social Network Sites: Can Twitter
           Macro Messages Help Predict Stock Prices'
    • The Dual Micro/Macro Informing Role of Social Network Sites: Can Twitter Macro Messages Help Predict Stock Prices?

      Authors: Nicholas Evangelopoulos, Michael J. Magro, Anna Sidorova

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 15 (2012)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1739
      Issue No: Vol. 15
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 14, 2011
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 14, 2011

      Authors:

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1350
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • When What is Useful is Not Necessarily True: The Underappreciated
           Conceptual Scheme
    • When What is Useful is Not Necessarily True: The Underappreciated Conceptual Scheme

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1348
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Informing: A Cognitive Load Perspective
    • Informing: A Cognitive Load Perspective

      Authors: Slava Kalyuga

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1349
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • The Information Age Measurement Paradox: Collecting Too Much Data
    • The Information Age Measurement Paradox: Collecting Too Much Data

      Authors: Nitza Geri, Yariv Geri

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1356
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Towards an Information Sharing Pedagogy: A Case of Using Facebook in a
           Large First Year Class
    • Towards an Information Sharing Pedagogy: A Case of Using Facebook in a Large First Year Class

      Authors: Patient Rambe, Dick Ng'ambi

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1391
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • The Informing Science Institute: The Informing System of a Transdiscipline
    • The Informing Science Institute: The Informing System of a Transdiscipline

      Authors: William F. Murphy, Jr.

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1497
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Promoting Relevance in IS Research: An Informing System for Design Science
           Research
    • Promoting Relevance in IS Research: An Informing System for Design Science Research

      Authors: William Kuechler, Vijay Vaishnavi

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1498
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Backbone or Helping Hand' On the Role of Information Systems and
           Non-systematic Information in Managers’ Work
    • Backbone or Helping Hand? On the Role of Information Systems and Non-systematic Information in Managers’ Work

      Authors: Cecilia Gullberg, Alf Westelius

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1510
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Integrating the Visual Design Discipline with Information Systems Research
           and Practice
    • Integrating the Visual Design Discipline with Information Systems Research and Practice

      Authors: Daniel A. Peak, Victor R. Prybutok, Yu "Andy" Wu, Chenyan Xu

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 14 (2011)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1514
      Issue No: Vol. 14
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: ISJ Volume 13, 2010
    • Printable Table of Contents: ISJ Volume 13, 2010

      Authors:

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1158
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • A Study on Complex Information Needs in Business Activities
    • A Study on Complex Information Needs in Business Activities

      Authors: Rimvydas Skyrius, Vytautas Bujauskas

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1155
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Informing in the Flat, Rough World: Balancing Globalization Gone Awry
    • Informing in the Flat, Rough World: Balancing Globalization Gone Awry

      Authors: Bob Travica

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1156
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Subjectivity Dispelled: Physical Views of Information and Informing
    • Subjectivity Dispelled: Physical Views of Information and Informing

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1157
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Critical-Thinking Pedagogy and Student Perceptions of University
           Contributions to Their Academic Development
    • Critical-Thinking Pedagogy and Student Perceptions of University Contributions to Their Academic Development

      Authors: Martine Robinson Beachboard , John C. Beachboard

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1168
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • From Group-based Learning to Cooperative Learning: A Metacognitive
           Approach to Project-based Group Supervision
    • From Group-based Learning to Cooperative Learning: A Metacognitive Approach to Project-based Group Supervision

      Authors: Christopher Cheong

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1173
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • An Informing Service Based on Models Defined by Its Clients
    • An Informing Service Based on Models Defined by Its Clients

      Authors: Juan R. Bauer Mengelberg

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1174
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Social Network Position and Its Relationship to Performance of IT
           Professionals
    • Social Network Position and Its Relationship to Performance of IT Professionals

      Authors: Paul Burton, Yu "Andy" Wu, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1180
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Organizational Practices That Foster Knowledge Sharing: Validation across
           Distinct National Cultures
    • Organizational Practices That Foster Knowledge Sharing: Validation across Distinct National Cultures

      Authors: Sherry D. Ryan, John C. Windsor, Bashorat Igragimova, Victor R. Prybutok

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1296
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Informing as a Discipline: An Initial Proposal
    • Informing as a Discipline: An Initial Proposal

      Authors: Zbigniew J. Gackowski

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1304
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • A Model for Mandatory Use of Software Technologies: An Integrative
           Approach by Applying Multiple Levels of Abstraction of Informing Science
    • A Model for Mandatory Use of Software Technologies: An Integrative Approach by Applying Multiple Levels of Abstraction of Informing Science

      Authors: Chang E. Koh, Victor R. Prybutok, Sherry D. Ryan, Yu "Andy" Wu

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 13 (2010)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/1326
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 12, 2009
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 12, 2009

      Authors:

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/679
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Philosophy of Informing Science
    • A Philosophy of Informing Science

      Authors: Eli Boyd Cohen

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/425
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Measuring IS System Service Quality with SERVQUAL: Users' Perceptions
           of Relative Importance of the Five SERVPERF Dimensions
    • Measuring IS System Service Quality with SERVQUAL: Users' Perceptions of Relative Importance of the Five SERVPERF Dimensions

      Authors: Hollis Landrum, Victor R. Prybutok, Xiaoni Zhang, Daniel A. Peak

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/426
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Attitudes and the Digital Divide: Attitude Measurement as Instrument to
           Predict Internet Usage
    • Attitudes and the Digital Divide: Attitude Measurement as Instrument to Predict Internet Usage

      Authors: Elisabeth Donat, Roman Brandtweiner, Johann Kerschbaum

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/427
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Exhibiting the Effects of the Episodic Buffer on Learning with Serial and
           Parallel Presentations of Materials
    • Exhibiting the Effects of the Episodic Buffer on Learning with Serial and Parallel Presentations of Materials

      Authors: Eshaa M. Alkhalifa

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/428
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Deliberation Theory-Based Approach to the Management of Usability
           Guidelines
    • A Deliberation Theory-Based Approach to the Management of Usability Guidelines

      Authors: Fahri Yetim

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/429
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • The Impact of Inaccurate Color on Customer Retention and CRM
    • The Impact of Inaccurate Color on Customer Retention and CRM

      Authors: Kevin R. Parker, Philip S. Nitse, Siong Meng Albert Tay

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/430
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  • Overcoming the Challenge of Cooperating with Competitors: Critical Success
           Factors of Interorganizational Systems Implementation
    • Overcoming the Challenge of Cooperating with Competitors: Critical Success Factors of Interorganizational Systems Implementation

      Authors: Nitza Geri

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/431
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • The Role of the Client in Informing Science:
    • The Role of the Client in Informing Science:

      Authors: William Forest Birdsall

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/432
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Perceptions of E-commerce Web Sites across Two Generations
    • Perceptions of E-commerce Web Sites across Two Generations

      Authors: Terry J. Smith, Richard Spiers

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/434
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • The Effect of Engagement and Perceived Course Value on Deep and Surface
           Learning Strategies
    • The Effect of Engagement and Perceived Course Value on Deep and Surface Learning Strategies

      Authors: Kevin S. Floyd, Susan Harrington, Julie Santiago

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/435
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Stakeholder Perceptions Regarding eCRM: A Franchise Case Study
    • Stakeholder Perceptions Regarding eCRM: A Franchise Case Study

      Authors: Kelley O’Reilly, David Paper

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/436
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Comment on ‘A Psychologically Plausible Goal-Based Utility
           Function’
    • A Comment on ‘A Psychologically Plausible Goal-Based Utility Function’

      Authors: Robert Bordley

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 12 (2009)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/692
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 11, 2008
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 11, 2008

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/678
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • An Attention Economy Perspective on the Effectiveness of Incomplete
           Information
    • An Attention Economy Perspective on the Effectiveness of Incomplete Information

      Authors: Nitza Geri, Seev Neumann, Rebecca Schocken, Yishai Tobin

      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/437
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Framework of Problem-Based Research: A Guide for Novice Researchers on the
           Development of a Research-Worthy Problem
    • Framework of Problem-Based Research: A Guide for Novice Researchers on the Development of a Research-Worthy Problem

      Authors: Timothy J. Ellis , Yair Levy

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/438
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • The Impact of Paradigm Development and Course Level on Performance in
           Technology-Mediated Learning Environments
    • The Impact of Paradigm Development and Course Level on Performance in Technology-Mediated Learning Environments

      Authors: Steven Hornik, Carol Stoak Saunders, Yuzhu Li, Patsy D. Moskal, Charles D. Dzuiban

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/439
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Senior Citizens and E-commerce Websites: The Role of Perceived Usefulness,
           Perceived Ease of Use, and Web Site Usability
    • Senior Citizens and E-commerce Websites: The Role of Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, and Web Site Usability

      Authors: Terry J. Smith

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/440
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  • Bias, Misinformation and the Paradox of Neutrality
    • Bias, Misinformation and the Paradox of Neutrality

      Authors: Peter M. Bednar, Christine Welch

      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/441
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • The Changing Face of Information Systems Research:A Longitudinal Study of
           Author Influence
    • The Changing Face of Information Systems Research:A Longitudinal Study of Author Influence

      Authors: Hazel Taylor, Stuart Dillon, Melinda Van Wingen

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/442
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Critical Examination of Information: A Discursive Approach and its
           Implementations
    • Critical Examination of Information: A Discursive Approach and its Implementations

      Authors: Fahri Yetim

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/443
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Research Themes in Complex Informing
    • Research Themes in Complex Informing

      Authors: Grandon Gill, Eli Cohen

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/444
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  • Reflections on Researching the Rugged Fitness Landscape
    • Reflections on Researching the Rugged Fitness Landscape

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/445
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  • Illusions of Significance in a Rugged Landscape
    • Illusions of Significance in a Rugged Landscape

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill, Terry L. Sincich

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/446
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  • A Psychologically Plausible Goal-Based Utility Function
    • A Psychologically Plausible Goal-Based Utility Function

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/447
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Structural Complexity and Effective Informing
    • Structural Complexity and Effective Informing

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/448
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  • The Single Client Resonance Model: Beyond Rigor and Relevance
    • The Single Client Resonance Model: Beyond Rigor and Relevance

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/449
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  • Resonance within the Client-to-Client System: Criticality, Cascades, and
           Tipping Points
    • Resonance within the Client-to-Client System: Criticality, Cascades, and Tipping Points

      Authors: T. Grandon Gill

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/450
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  • Improving Student Learning about a Threshold Conceptin the IS Discipline
    • Improving Student Learning about a Threshold Conceptin the IS Discipline

      Authors: Chris Cope, Lorraine Staehr

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/451
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  • Picture of the Bibliographical Information of the Planet to the XXI
           Century by A.V. Kumanova: Book Review
    • Picture of the Bibliographical Information of the Planet to the XXI Century by A.V. Kumanova: Book Review

      Authors: Stoyan Denchev

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 11 (2008)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/452
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 10, 2007
    • Printable Table of Contents: InformingScienceJ, Volume 10, 2007

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/677
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Double Helix Relationships in Use and Design of Informing Systems: Lessons
           to Learn from Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
    • Double Helix Relationships in Use and Design of Informing Systems: Lessons to Learn from Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

      Authors: Hans-Erik Nissen, Peter M. Bednar, Christine Welch

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

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  • Using Double Helix Relationships to Understand and Change Informing
           Systems
    • Using Double Helix Relationships to Understand and Change Informing Systems

      Authors: Hans-Erik Nissen

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/461
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  • Applying Phenomenology and Hermeneutics in IS Design: A Report on Field
           Experiences
    • Applying Phenomenology and Hermeneutics in IS Design: A Report on Field Experiences

      Authors: Randall Whitaker

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
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  • Pedagogy and Process in 'Organisational Problem-Solving'
    • Pedagogy and Process in 'Organisational Problem-Solving'

      Authors: John Paul Kawalek

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  • Co-evolution and Contradiction: A Diamond Model of Designer-User
           Interaction
    • Co-evolution and Contradiction: A Diamond Model of Designer-User Interaction

      Authors: Anja-Karina Pahl , Linda B. Newnes

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/465
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  • The Culture of Information Systems in Knowledge-Creating Contexts: The
           Role of User-Centred Design
    • The Culture of Information Systems in Knowledge-Creating Contexts: The Role of User-Centred Design

      Authors: Natalie Pang, Don Schauder

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/466
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • On Categorizing the IS Research Literature: User Oriented Perspective
    • On Categorizing the IS Research Literature: User Oriented Perspective

      Authors: Bandula Jayatilaka, Heinz K. Klein, Jinyoul Lee

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/467
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  • A Double Helix Metaphor for Use and Usefulness in Informing Systems
    • A Double Helix Metaphor for Use and Usefulness in Informing Systems

      Authors: Peter M. Bednar, Christine Welch

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/468
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  • Glossary for the Monograph
    • Glossary for the Monograph

      Authors: Hans-Erik Nissen

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007). Details

      InformingSciJ, Volume 10 (2007)
      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/654
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Index to the Monograph
    • Index to the Monograph

      Authors:

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  • Cyberdating: Misinformation and (Dis)trust in Online Interactions
    • Cyberdating: Misinformation and (Dis)trust in Online Interactions

      Authors: Hong Wang , Xin-An (Lucian) Lu

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      DOI: https://doi.org/10.28945/453
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • The Informing Sciences at a Crossroads: The Role of the Client
    • The Informing Sciences at a Crossroads: The Role of the Client

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 1 (1998). Details

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    • Conceptions of an Information System and Their Use in Teaching about IS

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    • How Good Are Students at Assessing the Quality of Their Applications?

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  • Training Facilitators for Face-to-Face Electronic Meetings: An
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    • Matching Office Information Systems (OIS) Curriculum To Relevant Standards: Students, School Mission, Regional Business Needs, and National Curriculum

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  • Practical Liability Issues of Information Technology Education: Internship
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    • Practical Liability Issues of Information Technology Education: Internship and Consulting Engagements

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  • Fourier Analysis: Creating A “Virtual Laboratory” Using
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    • Fourier Analysis: Creating A “Virtual Laboratory” Using Computer Simulation

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  • Computer Self-Efficacy: A Practical Indicator of Student Computer
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    • Computer Self-Efficacy: A Practical Indicator of Student Computer Competency in Introductory IS Courses

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      InformingSciJ, Volume 1 (1998). Details

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