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Awards for Excellence - 2011

Outstanding Papers - Information & Knowledge Management


Award journal index



Aslib Proceedings

Winner

Volume 62 number 4 and 5
Semantic targeting: past, present, and future
David Crystal

Highly commended

Volume 62 number 2
Repositories and journals: are they in conflict? A literature review of relevant literature
David J. Brown

Volume 62 number 3
Forms, effects, function: LIS students’ attitudes towards portable e-book readers
M. Cristina Pattuelli and Debbie Rabina

Outstanding reviewers

Anne Welsh
John Akeroyd


Industrial Management & Data Systems

Winner

Volume 110 number 1
Influencing knowledge workers: the power of top management
Sharmila Jayasingam, Mahfooz A. Ansari and Muhamad Jantan

Highly commended

Volume 110 number 2
Information systems outsourcing reasons and risks: a new assessment
Reyes Gonzalez, Jose Gasco and Juan Llopis

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Keng-Boon Ooi


Info

Winner

Volume 12 number 1
Why there have been so few spectrum trades in the UK: lessons for Europe
Rajen Akalu

Highly commended

Volume 12 number 1
M-banking in developing markets: competitive and regulatory implications
Jamie Anderson

Volume 12 number 6
Learning from each other: promises and pitfalls of benchmarking in communications policy
Johannes M. Bauer


Information Management & Computer Security

Winner

Volume 18 number 4
Expanding topological vulnerability analysis to intrusion detection through the incident response intelligence system
Dimitrios Patsos, Sarandis Mitropoulos and Christos Douligeris

Highly commended

Volume 18 number 4
Exploring the supply of pirate software for mobile devices: An analysis of software types and piracy groups
Sigi Goode

Volume 18 number 3
Brand, knowledge, and false sense of security
Wendy Hui

Outstanding reviewers

David Emm
Dr Andrew Jones


Information Technology & People

Winner

Volume 23 number 3
The “cool factor” of public access to ICT Users’ perceptions of trust in libraries, telecentres and cybercafe´s in developing countries
Ricardo Gomez and Elizabeth Gould

Highly commended

Volume 23 number 2
Learning routines and disruptive technological change: Hyper-learning in seven software development organizations during internet adoption
Kalle Lyytinen, Gregory Rose and Youngjin Yoo

Volume 23 number 1
Knowledge transfer processes for different experience levels of knowledge recipients at an offshore technical support center
Jihong Chen and Robert J. McQueen

Volume 23 number 1
Events, emotions, and technology: examining acceptance of workplace technology changes
Kathryn R. Stam and Jeffrey M. Stanton

Outstanding reviewer

Professor Lynette Kvasny


Interactive Technology and Smart Education


International Journal of Web Information Systems

Winner

Volume 6 number 3
Extracting content holes by comparing community-type content with Wikipedia
Akiyo Nadamoto, Eiji Aramaki, Takeshi Abekawa and Yohei Murakami


Journal of Documentation

Winner

Volume 66 number 6
A multilevel model of HIV/AIDS information/help network development
Tiffany Veinot

Highly commended

Volume 66 number 3
Orally-based information
Deborah Turner

Volume 66 number 5
Document, text and medium: concepts, theories and disciplines
Niels Windfeld Lund


Journal of Enterprise Information Management

Winner

Volume 23 number 4
An empirical analysis of the antecedents of adoption of online services: A prototype-based framework
Cagla Ozen Seneler, Nuri Basoglu and Tugrul U. Daim

Highly commended

Volume 23 number 2
The enterprise system as a part of an organization’s administrative paradox
Ulf Melin

Volume 23 number 5
An empirical study on the influences on the acquisition of enterprise software decisions: A practitioner’s perspective
Ramaraj Palanisamy, Jacques Verville, Christine Bernadas and Nazim Taskin


Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society


Journal of Intellectual Capital

Winner

Volume 11 number 1
Analysing value added as an indicator of intellectual capital and its consequences on company performance
Daniel Zéghal and Anis Masool

Highly commended

Volume 11 number 2
Innovation processes in social enterprises: an IC perspective
Eric Kong

Volume 11 number 3
Intellectual capital in service- and product-oriented companies
Aino Kianto, Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen and Paavo Ritala

Outstanding reviewer

Professor Richard Petty


Journal of Knowledge Management

Winner

Volume 14 number 2
Shaping knowledge management: organization and national culture
Rémy Magnier-Watanabe and Dai Senoo

Highly commended

Volume 14 number 1
Optimal knowledge transfer methods: a Generation X perspective
Debby McNichols

Volume 14 number 4
Learning expert thinking processes: using KM to structure the development of expertise
Christine van Winkelen and Richard McDermott

Volume 14 number 5
External knowledge acquisition processes in knowledge-intensive clusters
Pedro López-Saéz, José Emilio Navas-López, Gregorio Martín-de-Castro and Jorge Cruz-González

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Sudhanshu Rai


Journal of Systems and Information Technology


Kybernetes

Norbert Wiener Award
Named in memoriam and in recognition of the scientist who is regarded as the originator of the interscientific discipline of cybernetics. 1994 was the official centenary year.

Winner

Volume 39 number 3
The Turing test and artistic creativity
Margaret A. Boden

Highly commended

Volume 39 number 4
Social mechanisms in organizations: awakened from their Sarcophagi
Jon-Arild Johannessen

Volume 39 number 9 and 10
Why markets make mistakes
Henry Birdseye Weil

Volume 39 number 4
Cybernetics of Tao
Zude Ye and Maurice Yolles


Library Hi Tech

Winner

Volume 28 number 2
Format obsolescence: assessing the threat and the defenses
David S.H. Rosenthal

Highly commended

Volume 28 number 4
Artificially intelligent conversational agents in libraries
Victoria L. Rubin, Yimin Chen and Lynne Marie Thorimbert

Volume 28 number 1
The use of handheld mobile devices: their impact and implications for library services
Joel Cummings, Alex Merrill and Steve Borrelli

Volume 28 number 4
Evaluating and comparing discovery tools: how close are we towards next generation catalog?
Sharon Q. Yang and Kurt Wagner

Outstanding reviewers

Joe Matthews
Steven Sowards


Online Information Review

Winner

Volume 34 number 2
Google Scholar as a tool for discovering journal articles in library and information science
Dirk Lewandowski

Highly commended

Volume 34 number 2
Google and the scholar: the role of Google in scientists' information-seeking behaviour
Hamid R. Jamali and Saeid Asadi

Volume 34 number 3
Search strategies on a new health information retrieval system
Xiangming Mu and Kun Lu, Hohyon Ryu

Outstanding reviewers

Professor Dietmar Wolfram
Professor Mike Thelwall


Program

Winner

Volume 44 number 1
ScotlandsPlaces XML: bespoke XML or XML mapping?
Ashley Beamer and Mark Gillick

Highly commended

Volume 44 number 4
Three-dimensional extension of a digital library service system
Long Xiao

Volume 44 number 2
Collaboration nation: the building of the Welsh Repository Network
Jacqueline Knowles

Volume 44 number 3
Promoting your e-books: lessons from the UK JISC National e-Book Observatory
Ray Lonsdale and Chris Armstrong


Records Management Journal

Winner

Volume 20 number 2
The records-risk nexus: exploring the relationship between records and risk
Victoria L. Lemieux

Highly commended

Volume 20 number 3
Digital recordkeeping: are we at a tipping point?
Kate Cumming and Cassie Findlay

Volume 20 number 2
Information governance: information security and access within a UK context
Elizabeth Lomas

Volume 20 number 2
Do we need bigger buckets or better search engines? The challenge of unlimited storage and semantic web search for records management
Lawrence W. Serewicz

Outstanding reviewer

Katharine Stevenson


The Electronic Library

Winner

Volume 28 number 6
Assessment of taxonomy building tools
Abdus Sattar Chaudhry

Highly commended

Volume 28 number 5
Information technology and gender gap: toward a global view
Golnessa Galyani Moghaddam

Volume 28 number 6
An innovative approach for developing and employing electronic libraries to support context-aware ubiquitous learning
Hui-Chun Chu, Gwo-Jen Hwang and Judy C.R. Tseng

Volume 28 number 1
Challenges and opportunities of e-government in South Africa
Stephen M. Mutula and Janneke Mostert

Outstanding reviewers

Dr Monica Landoni
Alan Butters


VINE

Winner

Volume 40 number 2
Six tenets for developing an effective knowledge transfer strategy
Stephen McLaughlin

Highly commended

Volume 40 number 2
The roles and values of personal knowledge management: an exploratory study
Ricky K.F. Cheonga and Eric Tsui

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Chin Wei Chong


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