Social Implications of Crowdsourcing in Rural Scotland
Vasantha, G., Corney, J., Acur, N., Lynn, A., Jagadeesan, A., Smith, M., & Agrawal, A. (2014)
Social Implications of Crowdsourcing in Rural Scotland. International Journal of Social Science & Human Behavior Study, 1(3), 47-52
Various surveys mentioned that the commercial benefits of Internet crowdsourcing are reaped largely by people located in metro areas and smaller cities. The impact of crowdsou...
Product-Service Systems Design Using Stakeholders’ Information
Annamalai Vasantha, G. V., Hussain, R., Cakkol, M., & Roy, R. (2013)
Product-Service Systems Design Using Stakeholders’ Information. In A. Chakrabarti (Ed.), CIRP Design 2012, 353-366. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-4507-3_34
Product-Service System (PSS) provides added value to customers through integrated product and service offerings. Currently, the development of PSS solutions is ad hoc and the ...
E-procurement & the SME: challenges for Scotland.
Dutra, I., Findlay, C., McGregor, M., & McEwan, T. (2006)
E-procurement & the SME: challenges for Scotland. In S. Krishnamurthy, & P. Isaías (Eds.), Proceedings of IADIS International Conference e-Commerce, 281-286
The growth of Internet use and subsequent uptake of e-commerce have significantly changed the business environment. Automation of procurement processes and functions has magni...
Navigation in information space : supporting the individual.
Benyon, D. & Hook, K. (1996)
Navigation in information space : supporting the individual. In Howard, S., Hammond, J. & Lingaard, G. (Eds.). INTERACT'97, 39-46. ISBN 0-412-80950-8
The issue of how users can navigate their way through large information spaces is one that is crucial
to the ever expanding and interlinking of computer systems. There are man...
Co-opetition: facilitating peer learning for knowledge exchange via The AmbITion Approach.
Presentation / Conference
Rudman, H. (2014, March)
Co-opetition: facilitating peer learning for knowledge exchange via The AmbITion Approach. Paper presented at Beyond The Campus: Higher Education and the Creative Economy, CREATe Centre, University of Glasgow