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Where and When was Knowledge Managed?

Book Chapter
Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2006)
Where and When was Knowledge Managed?. In R. Day, & C. McInerney (Eds.), Rethinking Knowledge Management; Information Science and Knowledge Management, 171-185. Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/3-540-71011-6_7
The chapter presents a case study of new technology in a rapid response social work unit that is part of an e-government program in a Scottish municipality. The objective of t...

Rethinking e-Government Research: The ‘ideology-artefact complex’

Conference Proceeding
Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2006)
Rethinking e-Government Research: The ‘ideology-artefact complex’. In R. Suomi, R. Cabral, J. F. Hampe, & A. Heikkila (Eds.), Project E-Society: Building Bricks. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing,, 380-391. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-39229-5_31
The authors present a framework for e-government research that draws heavily on Iacono and Kling’s work on computerization movements. They build on this work by appropriating ...

Initiating e-Participation Through a Knowledge Working Network

Conference Proceeding
Rasmussen, L., Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2006)
Initiating e-Participation Through a Knowledge Working Network. In R. Suomi, R. Cabral, J. F. Hampe, A. Heikkila, & J. Jarvelainen (Eds.), Project E-Society: Building Bricks. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, 96-108. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-39229-5_9
The authors present a study of e-participation within a public sector agency (PSA), where a number of knowledge management initiatives have been introduced since the inception...

Understanding sociotechnical action: an introduction to the special issue.

Journal Article
Horton, K., Davenport, E., & Wood-Harper, T. (2004)
Understanding sociotechnical action: an introduction to the special issue. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 1, 1-6
No abstract available. Item is Editorial preface to special issue.

Exploring sociotechnical interaction with Rob Kling: five “big” ideas

Journal Article
Wood‐Harper, T., Horton, K., Davenport, E., & Wood-Harper, T. (2005)
Exploring sociotechnical interaction with Rob Kling: five “big” ideas. Information Technology and People, 18(1), 50-67. https://doi.org/10.1108/09593840510584621
Purpose – To provide a view of Rob Kling’s contribution to socio-technical studies of work. Design/methodology/approach – The five “big ideas” discussed are signature themes i...

Computerization movements as a frame for E-Government studies.

Presentation / Conference
Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2005, January)
Computerization movements as a frame for E-Government studies. Paper presented at Social Informatics Workshop: Extending the Contributions of Professor Rob Kling to the Analysis of Computerization Movements, CRITO, The Beckman Center, UC Irvine, USA, March 11-12,

Understanding sociotechnical action.

Book
(2003)
K. Horton, E. Davenport, & T. W. Harper (Eds.), Understanding sociotechnical action. Napier University

Users as abstractions

Conference Proceeding
Turner, P. (2003)
Users as abstractions. In K. Horton, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Understanding sociotechnical action : workshop proceedings, 31-39
No Abstract available.

Internet simulations for teaching, learning and research: an investigation of e-commerce interactions and practice in the Virtual Economy.

Journal Article
Horton, K., Davenport, E., Hall, H., & Rosenbaum, H. (2002)
Internet simulations for teaching, learning and research: an investigation of e-commerce interactions and practice in the Virtual Economy. Education for Information, 20(3/4), 237-252
In this paper we report upon the Virtual Economy (VE), an Internet simulation which operated for the first time in Spring 2000 involving students at Indiana University, USA an...