SIS Faculty Publications
Author: Mehra, Bharat
Scenarios in the Afya Project as a Participatory Action Research (PAR) Tool for Studying Information Seeking and Use Across the "Digital Divide". Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology. 2002;53:1259-1266.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Environmental Mapping of ForestWatch Sites. In: GIS in Illinois 2001 Spring Conference. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 2001.
Community Networks and the Digital Divide: Future Directions of Growth. In: Digital Divide Doctoral Student Workshop, Alliance for Community Technology. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; 2001.
Action-Oriented Outcomes for Empowerment of Sexual Minorities: A Situated Study of an Online Mailing List. In: 2nd Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 2001.
Scenarios in the Afya Project as a Participatory Action Research (PAR) Tool for Studying Information Seeking and Use across the "Digital Divide".. In: ASIS&T 2001 SIG USE Research Symposium on Effective Methods for Studying Information Seeking and Use. Washington, D.C.; 2001.
Virtual Communities on the Internet: Social Interaction Across the Digital Divide. In: 1st Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS; 2000.
The Role of Use Scenarios in Developing a Community Health Information System. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science. 2000.
The Sacred Landscape of Hindu Temples: A Marker of Indian Diasporic Identity in the U.S. Sagar: A South Asia Graduate Student Journal. 1999;6.
The Sacred Landscape of Hindu Temples: A Marker of Indian Diasporic Identity in the U.S.. In: Conference on Identity and the Arts in Diaspora Communities, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Co-sponsored by the Ford Foundation).; 1998.
The Sacred Landscape of Hindu Temples: A Marker of Indian Diasporic Identity in the U.S.. In: 27th Annual Conference on South Asia, Center for South Asia,. University of Wisconsin-Madison; 1998.
Mandala and the Sacred Landscape of the Hindu City of Madurai: An Inspiration for Contemporary Design.. In: Making Sacred Places, The Sixth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Built Form & Culture Research,. University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; 1997.
Mandala and the Sacred Landscape of the Hindu City of Banaras. In: Our Community, Our Neighborhood, Annual Conference of Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA). Washington State University, Spokane; 1996.
Interpretation of the Sacred and the Profane as a Private-Public Continuum: A Study of the Hindu City of Madurai. In: Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) 27. Salt Lake City, UT; 1996.
Author: David Nicholas
Peer Review: Still King in the Digital Age. Learned Publishing . 2015;28(1):15-21.
Do Younger Researchers Assess Trustworthiness Differently When Deciding What to Read and Cite and Where to Publish? International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology. 2015;5(2).
Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications in the Light of the Digital Transition: Setting the Scene for a Major Study. Learned Publishing. 2014;27(2):121-134.
Viewing and Reading Behaviour in a Virtual Enviroment: The Full-Text Download and What Can Be Read Into It. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives. 2008;60 (3).
Finding information in (very large) digital libraries: a deep log approach to determining differences in use according to method of access. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2006;32:119-126.
OhioLINK – ten years on: what deep log analysis tells us about the impact of Big Deals. Journal of Documentation. 2006;62:482-508.
Author: D Potnis
Training Librarians to Better Serve Patrons Using Assistive Technologies: An Inquiry-Based Approach. In: Association of Library and Information Science Education 2018 Conference. Denver, Colorado; 2018.
LIS Education to Save the World: Information Skills for International Development. In: Association of Library and Information Science Education 2018 Conference. Denver, Colorado; 2018.
Building Health Information Networks Using Facebook: A Pilot Study with New Mothers in Rural Appalachia. Buffalo - Niagara Falls, NY: ACM; 2018.
WhatsApp for Social Activism in Ethiopia? Research in Progress from US Diplomacy Lab. Atlanta, GA.; 2018.
Developing MISSILE Curriculum to Train LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants. Denver, Colorado; 2018.
Proposing Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Developing Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries & Not-for-Profit Organizations. Palma de Mallorca, Spain; 2018.
Challenges to Deploying Library Services in the Cloud: Data Issues Influencing IT, People, Costs, and Policy Challenges. Dallas, TX: The ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries; 2018.
Factors Influencing Undergraduate Use of e-books: A Mixed Methods Study. Library & Information Science Research. 2018;40(2).
Training LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries and Not-for-Profit Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 2018;59(3).
Factors Influencing the Intention of Students to Continue Using e-Books: Recommendations for Academic Libraries to Better Engage with Students. In: Association of Library and Information Science Education.; 2017.
Role of Culture in Influencing the Adoption of Student Information Services: A Study with Bangladeshi Parents in the US. In: 23rd Americas Conference on Information Systems. Boston, MA; 2017.
Factors Influencing Citizens’ Intention to Spread Information over Mobile Phones: Implications for Mobile Governance in India. In: 10th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance. New Delhi, India; 2017.
Agent-Based Mobile Banking for Financial Inclusion of Vulnerable Population in Bangladesh. In: iConference. China; 2017.
Investigating Barriers to “Using Information” in Electronic Resources: A Study with e-Book Users. Crystal City, VA; 2017.
Factors Influencing Electronic Word-of-Mouth Among Indian Youth: Implications for Mobile Governance. Vol Special Issue Publication on eGovernment in India. New Delhi, India: ACM; 2017.
Factors Influencing Use of Mobile Money by Students, Small Business Owners, and Farmers in Bangladesh. St. Simmons, Georgia: ACM; 2017.
Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education (MISSILE) Interim Report for Planning Grant. Washington D C: Institute of Museum and Library Services; 2017.
Managing Seven Dimensions of ICT4D Projects to Address Project Challenges. In: Human Development and Interaction in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology. Hershey, PA: IGI Publications; 2016. 2. p. 227-249p.
Managing ICT4D Field Research in the Developing World: Challenges, Opportunities, & Innovative Solutions. In: 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems. San Diego, CA; 2016.
Transforming LIS Students into a Mobile Workforce for 21st Century Libraries. In: Accreditation & Emerging Competencies Session, Association of Library and Information Science Education 2016 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.; 2016.
Designing Responsive User Interfaces of Mobile Applications and Sites for Information Organizations. In: Bridging the Spectrum 2016: The 8th Annual Symposium on Scholarship and Practice. Washington D.C.: Catholic University of America; 2016.
Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants in Information Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 2016;57(2):187-196.
Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. 2016;32(5):1332-1342.
Culture’s Consequences: Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones Experienced by Women in India. Telematics and Informatics . 2016;33(2):356-369.
Identifying Key Steps for Developing Mobile Applications & Mobile Websites for Libraries. Information Technologies and Libraries. 2016;35(3):40-58.
Project MISSILE (Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education): Educating LIS Students to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries. Washington, D.C.: Planning Grant Proposal, Institute of Museum and Library Services; 2016.