• 2016 Vol.. 19 Informing Science: the International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline

Informing Science: the International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline

Volume 19, 2016 – Table of Contents

Building an Informing Business School: A Case Study of USF’s Muma College of Business
T. Grandon Gill, Matthew Mullarkey, Joseph E. Mohr, and Moez Limayem ...........  1-73


Warranty of Misinforming as an Option in Product Utilization Process
Dimitar Christozov, Stefanka Chukova, and Plamen Mateev ..................................  75-87


Alternatives for Pragmatic Responses to Group Work Problems
Bill Davey, Karoly Bozan, Robert Houghton, and Kevin R. Parker .....................  89-102


Organizational Creativity and IT-based Support
Celina M. Olszak and Jerzy Kisielnicki ................................................................  103-123


KnoWare: A System for Citizen-based Environmental Monitoring
Jeremy Storer, Joseph Chao, Andrew Torelli, and Alexis Ostrowski .................  125-139


Entry Level Systems Analysts: What Does the Industry Want?
Erastus Karanja, Donna M. Grant, Shinetta Freeman, and David Anyiwo ........  141-160


Effectiveness of Agile Implementation Methods in Business Intelligence Projects from an End-user Perspective
Jerzy Kisielnicki and Anna Maria Misiak .............................................................  161-172


Genetic-linked Inattentiveness Protects Individuals from Internet Overuse:  A Genetic Study of Internet Overuse Evaluating Hypotheses Based on Addiction, Inattention, Novelty-seeking and Harm-avoidance
Cheng Sun, Rita Spathis, Krithivasan Sankaranarayanan, Chim W. Chan, and
J. Koji Lum ............................................................................................................  173-200


Assessment of Project Website Sustainability: Case of the Arctic EIA Project
Sonja H. Bickford, Angela Hollman, Marina Nenasheva, Pamela Lesser, and
Timo Koivurova .....................................................................................................  201-213


Predicting the Use of Twitter in Developing Countries: Integrating Innovation Attributes, Uses and Gratifications, and Trust Approaches
Mohammad A. Alajmi, Awadh H. Alharbi, and Husain F. Ghuloum ...................  215-237


Montage: Expanding the Concept of Informing through Cinematic Concepts
Emad Moaddab ......................................................................................................  239-251


Key Design Characteristics for Developing Usable E-Commerce Websites in the Arab World
Layla Hasan ...........................................................................................................  253-275


A Review of Information Privacy and Its Importance to Consumers and Organizations
Marc Pelteret and Jacques Ophoff ........................................................................  277-301


The X-Factor of Cultivating Successful Entrepreneurial Technology-Enabled Start-Ups
Elsje Scott, Terrina Govender, and Nata van der Merwe ....................................  303-324


Citizen Science and Biomedical Research: Implications for Bioethics Theory and Practice
Chris William Callaghan .......................................................................................  325-343


Design Science Research for Personal Knowledge Management System Development – Revisited
Ulrich Schmitt ........................................................................................................  345-379


Influence of Information Product Quality on Informing Users: A Web Portal Context
Junghyun Nam .......................................................................................................  381-409


Index of Authors ............................................................................................................ 411


2016 Vol.. 19 Informing Science: the International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline

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