The International Technology Management Review

ISSN: 1835-5269
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85 articles
William Smart, George Coles
Pages: 219 - 229
This paper focuses on the use of technology, assessment strategy, rubrics and a proactive approach to enhance student engagement. This strategy, encourages students to join in discussions with their peers (regardless of locations), in an attempt to break the sense of “isolation” suffered by distance...
Jun Xu, Xiangzhu Gao, Golam Sorwar
Pages: 187 - 200
Built on Xu and Quaddus’s39 model of adoption and continued use of knowledge management systems, this paper develops a model of Australian consumers’ adoption and use of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) system. Factors and variables of the developed model are discussed in...
Shankar Sankaran, Jun Xu, Gita Sankaran
Pages: 34 - 43
This paper aims to address issues of doctoral research and supervision, including isolation, lack of resources, candidate-supervisor relationship, quality of supervision, experience of supervisor, match between supervisor and candidate, and quality assurance.
Shipra Banik, Mohammed Anwer, A.F.M. Khodadad Khan, Rifat Ara Rouf, Farah Habib Chanchary
Pages: 1 - 18
True information about rainfall is crucial for human activities such as the use and the management of water resources, hydroelectric power projects, warning to impend droughts or floods, urban areas sewer systems and many others. This paper investigates the development of an efficient model to forecast...
Yu-An Huang, Chad Lin, Ying Chieh Liu, Mei-Lien Tung
Pages: 105 - 115
Alliances has the potential to assist hemodialysis centers in pooling their IT resources to achieve mutually compatible goals such as improved work-flow efficiency, a higher quality of healthcare services, decreased scheduling conflicts, reduced patient waiting time, and reduction in healthcare costs...
Tahereh Monzavi, Behrouz Zarei, Amir Hossein Ghapanchi
Pages: 160 - 174
This paper identifies a set of external factors which may influence on users’ perceptions about an information system’s ease of use and usefulness underlying user beliefs. The research model was developed based on Davis's Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) along with extending a comprehensive list of...
Alex Hendry, Gary Webb, Alicia Wilson, Bruce Armstrong, Bill Smart, Garry Egger
Pages: 105 - 116
This paper presents the results of a baseline survey undertaken for the Norfolk Island Carbon Health Evaluation (NICHE) project and analyzes the relationships among key variables hypothesized as affecting respondents’ intentions to use a personal carbon trading (PCT) system. The survey was delivered...
Muhammad Rafique, Richard David Evans, Muhammad Tahir Nawaz, Mujtaba Agha
Pages: 125 - 134
Absorptive capacity is a developing research topic within the field of knowledge management, whereby researchers are exploring business methods for improving the capture and valuation of new knowledge entering organisations from external sources. Organisational processes and human-centred systems at...
Alex Hendry, Bruce Armstrong, Garry Egger, Gary Webb, William Smart
Pages: 37 - 49
Personal carbon trading systems (PCTS) have been hypothesized as one of the measures needing to be considered to combat global warming and reduce carbon emissions (references here). The research described in this paper examines baseline data collected as part of the Norfolk Island Carbon Health Evaluation...
Nitin Singh
Pages: 202 - 210
There is a need for more understanding of the technology in Big Data and researching key challenges from the information technology perspective. In this paper, we study the current status, challenges/issues and emerging trends in Big Data. We present key findings and unfolding landscape of technology....
Jun Xu, Xiangzhu Gao, John Hammond
Pages: 149 - 157
Compared with other countries, especially China, United States, United Kingdom, Japan and Germany, Australia’s online retail fall behind in terms of both its sale and percentage contribution to the total retail. This paper analyses David Jones, which is typical of large department store chains, and Australian...
Md.Shah Azam, Mohammed Quaddus
Pages: 116 - 126
Applying five cultural dimensions, power distance, uncertainty avoidance, in-group collectivism, Bengali value and ethical culture, along with the two fundamental antecedents of Technology Acceptance Model (perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use), this study examined the influence of culture...
Jitendra Jonnagaddala, Toni Rose Jue, Pradeep Ray, Amir Talaei-Khoei
Pages: 68 - 77
Biorepositories collect biospecimens like blood and tissue from the patients along with associated clinical and pathological data. Medical research tends to require sharing of biospecimens and associated data at a large scale across multiple biorepositories. The objective of this review is to identify...
Md. Rakibul Hoque, Md. Fahami Ahsan Mazmum, Yukun Bao
Pages: 87 - 96
e-Health has enormous potential to ensure healthcare quality, accessibility, and affordability in developing countries. The application of information and communication technology to healthcare, especially e-Health, is rapidly advancing in Bangladesh. Both the public and private sectors have contributed...
Shahriar Khan, Mabruka Toaha, M. Abdul Awal
Pages: 50 - 65
The existing land management system of Bangladesh, which is largely a legacy of the British rule of India, has resisted most attempts at change for close to a century. With millions of land-related lawsuits pending, and tens of millions of people named in land related lawsuits, land management has been...
Md. Jahir Uddin Palas, Mahfuz Ashraf, Ali Quazi, Helena Grunfeld, Najmul Hasan
Pages: 64 - 81
Indigenous peoples are being marginalised globally from a socioeconomic perspective and are often excluded from mainstream communities for social and/or geographic reasons. Historically, they tend to have lower living standards, including poor health conditions as compared to the rest of the population....
Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, Terry Sloan
Pages: 103 - 124
This paper develops and tests a model for predicting user adoption of mobile commerce (i.e. e-commerce using mobile phones) in developing countries. The model takes up the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) determinants of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, and extends these through the inclusion...
Susan Lowry, Mitchell Kempton, John B. Hammond
Pages: 133 - 141
In 2007, opened an online shop selling predominantly customized event dresses made by suppliers offering value for money and true sizing. Its early success made expansion into other product offerings possible and today revenue is approximately US$292M. Can LITB sustain this growth?...
Eliada Herwiyanti
Pages: 11 - 17
This study aims to determine the effect of information technology capability and quality of management accounting information with technological uncertainty as moderating variable. Data were collected from respondent represented by accounting managers from the companies that listed in Indonesia Stock...
Bahareh Abedin, Asadollah Kordnaeij, Hasan Danaee Fard, Seyed Hamid Khodadad Hoseini
Pages: 28 - 39
Identification of strategic issues assists organizations to pay attention to what is actually important in their long term decision making. The domain of strategic issue identification is broad, disperse and unclear. Since strategic issues are not predefined, the process of assigning the meaning to...
Mingchang Wu, Wenlung Chang, Hsiuhsu Lin, Yi-Hsueng Cheng
Pages: 40 - 53
This study purported to explore the dynamic capabilities of facilitating educational improvement in Taiwanese universities of technology, and to further investigate the structural relationships among the five domains of dynamic capabilities. Research data were collected from a sample of 278 administrative...