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Davenport, E. & Horton, K. (2006). The production of service in the digital city: a social informatics inquiry. doi:10.1007/978-0-387-37876-3_19
The authors discuss eGovernment as a computerization movement, and present a case study of a small project that was part of a modernising government initiative in a UK municip...
Horton, K. & Davenport, E. (2004). Innovation and hybrid genres: disturbing social rhythm in legal practice
This paper explores the non-adoption of an innovation via the concept of hybrid genres, that is digital
genres that emerge from a non-digital material precedent. As instances ...
Turner, P. (2003). Users as abstractions. In Horton, K. & Davenport, E. (Eds.). Workshop on SocioTechnical Action
Arts & Humanities Research Council
Design Strategies for Non-Place
DEMO_net began to bring eParticipation experts together to try to establish some research norms. However, the project did not turn out to be the most effective way to do this. The project officer was ...
OPaL aims to explore the potential of tools that can assist firms to configure partnerships as and when required to meet the demands of a volatile distributed workplace (Handy, 1992). Whatever the mot...
Buckner, K. & Davenport, E. (2003). Organisational learning: an investigation of response to rapid change in a traditional environment
This paper is a case study of 'collective' HCI in a 'top-down' systems project - a very large computing center in a new university in the United Kingdom. The authors present t...
Turner, P. & Turner, S. (2002). Where am I? Place as the basis for Presence. In Turner, P. & Davenport, E. (Eds.). Workshop on Space, Spatiality and Technologies
Buckner, K. & Davenport, E. (2001). Teaching and learning in the VLCC: actions, reactions and emerging practice in a very large computing centre. In Bagnara, S., Pozzi, S., Rizzo, A. & Wright, P. (Eds.). 11th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, 355-360
What happens to human computer interaction when the
walls of a physical teaching laboratory are removed?
We present the case of a very large (and new)
computing centre (VLCC) ...
Davenport, E. & Hall, H. (2000). New knowledge and micro-level online organization: 'communities of practice' as a development framework. In Sprague, R. (Ed.). Proceedings of the 34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciencesdoi:10.1109/HICSS.2001.926353. ISBN 0-7695-0981-9
The role of communities of practice in knowledge creation is recognized in a number of contexts. The authors take a socio-technical perspective and identify four characteristi...
Davenport, E. (1999). Costs and prices in the digital age. In the Electronic Library, Loughborough University, February 2000
Davenport, E. (1998). The construction of knowledge in business. In Knowledge Management, Royal Danish School of Librarianship
Buckner, K. & Davenport, E. (1996). Evaluation of a networked learning environment: training and transferability issues. In Library and Information Studies: Research and Professional Practice, 5-18. ISBN 947568735
Davenport, E. (1996). New media in Scottish households: a dialogic approach. In PRESENCE Conference
Davenport, E. (1998). Groups, adaptation, coordination, translation (GACT): digital genres and the organisational genome. In System Sciences, 1999. HICSS-32. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference, 1-12. doi:10.1109/HICSS.1999.772682. ISBN 0-7695-0001-3
Research agendas in different disciplines have addressed ways in which groups adapt to their environments, coordinate interactions and translate such activities into practices...
Davenport, E. & Rosenbaum, H. (1999). A system for organizing situational knowledge in the workplace that is based on the shape of documents. In Beghtol, C., Howarth, L. C. & Williamson, N. J. (Eds.). Dynamism and stability in knowledge organization: Proceedings of the Sixth International ISKO Conference
Davenport, E. & Marsh, S. (1999). Communities of practice as the locus of business process design: bonds, boundaries and trust issues. In Innovation Management and Systems Engineering: capturing and managing knowledge about the design of business processes. The University of Edinburgh Management School, 23 and 24 March, 2000
Turner, P., Davenport, E. & Van de Walle, G. (2003). Familiarity as changing perception. In Proc. European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 12
EU Framework Programme 7 and FP6 and earlier programmes
SmartGov (IST-2001-35399) was a project funded by the European Commission under its Information Society Technologies Programme (IST). The aim of the project was to develop a governmental knowledge-ba...
Ubiquitous Computing promises to enrich our everyday lives by enabling the environment to be enhanced via compu...
This thesis presents a socio-technical account of the adoption and development
of Managed Learning Environme...
Participation Space Studies explore eParticipation ...
The adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in
Least Developed Countr...
eGovernment is a relatively new, but rapidly expanding, domain;
mainly due to the perceived outcomes that it may bring to the