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Social Media and Tacit Knowledge Sharing: Developing a Conceptual Model
With the advent of social web initiatives, some argued that these new emerging tools might be useful in tacit knowledge sharing through providing interactive and collaborative technologies. However,…
Towards tacit knowledge sharing over social web tools
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the existing debates in the literature regarding tacit knowledge sharing using IT and identify key research gaps that lay the foundations for future research into tacit knowledgesharing using the social web.
Understanding Privacy Settings in Facebook with an Audience View
This paper reports on the first iterative prototype, where presenting an audience-oriented view of profile information significantly improved the understanding of privacy settings.
Investigating the use of Web 2.0 technology by Malaysian students
Students in Malaysia are reasonably well exposed to Web 2.0 applications and comfortable to use them for learning purposes and are found to be passive rather than active co...
Cultural impact on e-service use in Saudi Arabia: The role of nepotism
This paper reports the results of a mixed method approach to answer: To what extent do cultural values impact on e-service use in Saudi Arabia, and if so how? This paper will firstly, introduce the…
Cultural impact on e-service use in Saudi Arabia: Results from questionnaire
- M. Aldraehim, S. L. Edwards, J. Watson, Taizan Chan
- BusinessInternational Conference on Information Society…
- 25 June 2012
This paper reports the results of a mixed method approach to answer: what are the cultural values that impact on e-service use in Saudi Arabia? Cultural theories, dimensions, and models previously…
Social media and physicians: Exploring the benefits and challenges
The study provides an opportunity for healthcare professionals to better understand the scope and impact of social media in healthcare, and assists them to adopt and harness social media effectively, and maximize the benefits for the specific needs of the clinical community.
The application of social navigation to access control policy configuration using an empirical between subjects study indicates that community information does impact user behavior, but only when the visual representation of the cue is sufficiently strong.
+Your circles: sharing behavior on Google+
The results of a qualitative interview study on the sharing perceptions and behavior of 27 Google+ users indicate that many users have a clear understanding of circles, using them to target information to those most interested in it.
Learning in the age of global information technology: development of a generic architecture for an advanced learning management system
The trends towards e‐learning and amplifies some examples of state of the art systems, pointing out that all of these are, to date, limited by adaptability and shareability of content and that it is necessary to develop and use an inter‐operability standard.