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Title Cross-disciplinary advances in human computer interaction : user modeling, social computing, and adaptive interfaces / Panayiotis Zaphiris, Chee Siang Ang [editors]
Published Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), [2009]
copyright 2009
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Description 1 online resource (xxi, 449 pages : illustrations) : digital files
Contents 1. Emotional digitalization as technology of the post-modern / Claus Hohmann -- 2. Bridging user requirements and cultural objects / Elias Hadzilias, Andrea Carugati -- 3. From beliefs to success / Samantha Bax, Tanya McGill -- 4. Assessing a Spanish translation of the end-user computing satisfaction instrument / George Heilman, Jorge Brusa -- 5. Understanding the impact of culture on mobile phone usage on public places / Ishraga Khattab, Steve Love -- 6. Discourses on user participation / Netta Iivari -- 7. Exploring "events" as an information systems research methodology / Anita Greenhill, Gordon Fletcher -- 8. Different levels of information systems designers' forms of thought and potential for human-centered design / Hannakaisa Isom̐Μưaki -- 9. Tacit knowledge in rapidly evolving organisational environments / Barbara Jones, Angelo Failla, Bob Miller -- 10. Interpretive flexibility along the innovation decision process of the UK NHS Care Records Service (NCRS) / Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Reshma Gandecha -- 11. Collaboration challenges in community telecommunication networks / Sylvie Albert, Rolland LeBrasseur -- 12. A de-construction of wireless device usage / Mary Lind -- 13. Modeling sociotechnical change in IS with a quantitative longitudinal approach / Fran̐Μưcois-Xavier de Vaujany -- 14. The U.S. video game industry / Janet Dunlop -- 15. Global information ethics / Luciano Floridi -- 16. Is information ethics culture-relative? / Philip Brey --
17. Giving and taking offence in a global context / John Weckert -- 18. GSM-based SMS time reservation system for dental care / Reima Suomi, Ari Serkkola, Markku Mikkonen -- 19. An ethnographic study of IS investment appraisal / Debra Howcroft, Robert McDonald -- 20. Reframing information system design as learning across communities of practice / Kevin Gallagher, Robert Mason -- 21. Successes and failures of SAP implementation / Tanya Bondarouk, Maarten van Riemsdijk -- 22. Anthropomorphic feedback in user interfaces / Pietro Murano, Patrik O'Brian Holt -- 23. Several simple shared stable decision premises for technochange / Richard Diamond -- 24.Trusting computers through trusting humans / Alison Adam, Paul Spedding
Summary It is becoming increasingly necessary to systematically take into account human interaction and activity, and new technologies along with the completely renewed social and cultural environments that such digital environments and interfaces are calling for are now capable of delivering. This book collects over 20 chapters covering the most recent in-depth issues within the field of human computer interaction (HCI). A necessary reference source for those in academia as well as the HCI industry, this book presents useful new approaches and methodologies for analysis, design, and evaluation
Analysis Community telecommunication networks
Cultural e-services
Cultural impact on public mobile phone usage
Culturally-relative information ethics
Decision premises for technochange
De-construction of wireless device usage
Discourses on user participation
Emotional digitalization
End-user computing satisfaction instrument
Environmental global information ethics
GSM-based SMS time reservation system
Human-centered design of IS
Information systems research methodology
IS investment appraisal
Modeling sociotechnical change in IS
Software verification
Successes and failures of SAP implementation
Tacit knowledge in organizational environments
Video game industry representation of gender and race
Webpage development success prediction
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-443) and index
Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
Title from PDF t.p. (viewed on May 26, 2010)
Subject Human-computer interaction.
Form Electronic book
Author Zaphiris, Panayiotis.
Ang, Chee Siang.
IGI Global.
LC no. 2008033937
ISBN 9781605661438 (ebook)