Gillian Oliver

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The open government paradigm relies on the provision and reuse of open government data (OGD) to improve transparency and create new sources of value. This study aims to progress understanding of OGD beyond a theoretical commentary by exploring the perceived sources of value of mashups (online services that combine diverse OGD), and to examine issues that(More)
I certify that all material in this dissertation which is not my own work has been identified and that no material is included for which a degree has previously been conferred upon me. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I whole heartedly acknowledge Anna Maria Tammaro, my competent and able advisor, for her expertise, understanding, kindness, patience and persistent efforts(More)
This paper reports on findings from a New Zealand survey of chief executive and knowledge mangers on knowledge management systems. The paper focuses specifically on trends in the use of technology to facilitate knowledge sharing in New Zealand business and the issues with technology used to facilitate knowledge sharing reported by the respondents.(More)
—The purpose of this paper is to promote the notion of " information culture " as an integral component of the education for digital curation professionals. Understanding the context in which digital artefacts are created and used is essential for their meaning to be knowable, communicable, and preservable over time. Human beings' attitudes towards(More)
Globalisation raises many issues which are relevant to information management. These include the creation and implementation of international standards, records management, archives and library operational needs of multinational companies and international organisations, the transborder flow of information and the increasing international mobility of(More)