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Journal Issue
Volume 18 Issue 1 / Jul 2015  pp1‑92

Editor: Shaun Pather

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EJISE Editorial  pp1‑2

Shaun Pather

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Sources of Interruptions Experienced During a Scrum Sprint  pp3‑18

Maureen Tanner, Angela Mackinnon

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Bringing Together Evaluation and Management of ICT Value: A Systems Theory Approach  pp19‑35

Dr Arnela Ceric

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Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System Implementation: An Exploratory Study in Oman  pp36‑45

Ahmad Saleh Shatat

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Extending Tam to Information Visualization: A Framework for Evaluation  pp46‑58

Sabrina Bresciani, Martin Eppler

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Abstract

Abstract: Studies on the evaluation of information visualization techniques are flourishing, and related methodologies have been discussed in a growing number of recent studies. Yet, these evaluations concentrate mostly on usability measures and cognitive evaluations. In contrast, this contribution focuses on the various factors that drive the adoption of information visualization techniques. The Technology Acceptance Model and the Diffusion of Innovations theory are deployed to develop a framework for ev aluating information visualization adoption. These seminal theories are extended and adapted to Information Visualization, resulting into a framework with three main dimensions: perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, and perceived authority. The app lication of this theoretically‑based evaluation framework is illustrated through positive and negative examples. As many visualization solutions have not achieved a wide use, the question of which factors foster their adoption seems to be a particularly r elevant yet under‑researched topic.  

 

Keywords: Keywords: Information Visualization, Technology Acceptance Model, Diffusion of Innovations, evaluation, adoption

 

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A Heuristic Approach to the Adoption and Implementation of Activity Based Costing Information Systems  pp59‑76

Behrouz Zarei, Ramin Sepehri Rad, Fereshteh Ghapanchi, Amir Hossein Ghapanchi

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Is There a Paradox Involved with the Progress Represented by ICT Developments?  pp77‑92

Dan Remenyi, Shawren Singh

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