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Where and when was Knowledge Managed? Exploring multiple versions of KM in organizations

Book
Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2005)
Where and when was Knowledge Managed? Exploring multiple versions of KM in organizations. In R. Day, & C. McInerney (Eds.), Beyond KM: From Knowledge Management to Knowledge ProcessesSpringer-Verlag

The Tourist Gaze: contextualised virtual environments.

Book Chapter
Turner, P., Turner, S., & Carroll, F. (2005)
The Tourist Gaze: contextualised virtual environments. In P. Turner, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Spaces, Spatiality and Technology, 281-297. Springer-Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3273-0_19

Shifting presence in the classroom.

Book Chapter
Davenport, E., & Buckner, K. (2005)
Shifting presence in the classroom. In P. Turner, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Spaces, Spatiality and Technology, 31-44. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3273-0_4

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.

Articulating the Sense of Place Experienced by Visitors to the Jencks Landform

Book Chapter
Smyth, M. (2005)
Articulating the Sense of Place Experienced by Visitors to the Jencks Landform. In P. Turner, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Spaces, Spatiality and Technology (249-260). Dordrecht: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3273-0_17

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...

Spaces, Spatiality and Technology

Book
(2004)
P. Turner, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Spaces, Spatiality and Technology. Springer-Verlag

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,

Spaces, Spatiality and Technology

Conference Proceeding
(2004)
Spaces, Spatiality and Technology. In P. Turner, & E. Davenport (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Space, Spatiality and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3273-0

A social shaping perspective on an e-Governmental system(ic) failure.

Conference Proceeding
Davenport, E., & Horton, K. (2004)
A social shaping perspective on an e-Governmental system(ic) failure. In R. Traunmüller (Ed.), Electronic Government, 186-193. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-30078-6_31
The paper that follows is concerned with the communities of interest (or actor networks) and communities of practice that articulate the delivery of e-government services, and...