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Journal Issue
Volume 16 Issue 3, ICIME 2013 / Oct 2013  pp161‑254

Editor: Nelson Leung

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Editorial for the Special ICIME edition of EJISE‑ ICIME 2013  pp161‑162

Leung, Nelson

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Enabling Students with Disabilities with Computing Interaction and Empowerment though Enhanced Strategic Instructional Course Design  pp163‑172

Dr. Bob Barrett

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Improving Usability Outcomes for each of the Usability Practitioner Roles  pp173‑187

Vince Bruno, Martin Dick

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The Role and Requisite Competencies of the Public Sector CIO: a Two‑sided Perspective  pp188‑199

Val Hooper, Beverley Bunker

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Use, Perception and Attitude of University Students Towards Facebook and Twitter  pp200‑210

Kevin Johnston, Mei-Miao Chen, Magnus Hauman

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Sectorial Adoption Analysis of Cloud Computing by Examining the Dissatisfier Landscape  pp211‑219

Easwar Krishna Iyer, Arathi Krishnan, Gaurav Sareen, Tapan Panda

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The Conditions of Complex Innovation Adoption Occurrence „ A Critical Realist Perspective  pp220‑230

Marius Mihailescu, Daniela Mihailescu, Sven Carlsson

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Defining Social Technologies: evaluation of social collaboration tools and technologies  pp231‑240

Aelita Skaržauskienė, Rūta Tamošiūnaitė, Inga Žalėnienė

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Abstract

Abstract: The popularity of social technologies continues to grow in the society. The term social technology is often referred to digital social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. In order to this a redefinition of this concept based on the original definition is needed. Nowadays the concept of social technologies has several aspects which destabilize the dominant status of technology. It emphasizes social sciences and the humanities as society shapers, reconsiders the strength of social dimension in technological sciences. The aim of this paper is to provide insight into the concept of social technologies, to develop its meaning in information and knowledge society by evaluating social collaboration tools and technologiesanalyzing new n eeds and application forms. Design/methodology/approach … The research results have contributed to the knowledge of the concept of social technologies. Based on the analysis of scientific literature and results of empirical research in the Focus group as well as Content analysis, theoretical framework for defining the concept of social technologies was developed. The paper presents effects relation analysis with particular social collaboration tools and technologies. Each tool and technology was evaluate d by all positive/negative effects simultaneously by setting hierarchical impact of the effect on a tool or technology. Research limitations/implications … The research is limited in a few aspects. To understand the concept of social technologies more dee ply and to develop technological perspectives in social sciences a broader theoretical and empirical research is necessary. In order to generalise the research findings, it is recommended that further research includes different dimensions from the perspe ctive of other fields of science. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: social technologies, social engineering, social collaboration, social media, millennial generation

 

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The Five‑dimensional Reflective Cycle Framework for Designing Financial Information Management Systems Courses  pp241‑254

Hien Minh Thi Tran, Farshid Anvari

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