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Modularisation is crucial to create re-usable and manageable ontologies. The modularisation is usually performed <i>a posteriori</i>, i.e. after the ontology is developed, and has been applied mainly to well-structured domains. With the increasing popularity of social media, Semantic web technologies are moving towards <i>ill-defined</i> domains that(More)
In this paper, critical realism and activity theory are compared within the context of theorizing technology-mediated organizational change. An activity theoretic analysis of the implementation of large-scale disruptive information systems in a public sector setting (in particular concerning paramedic treatment of heart attack patients and ambulance(More)
Social Web content such as blogs, videos and other user-generated content present a vast source of rich " digital-traces " of individuals' experiences. The use of digital traces to provide insight into human behavior remains underdeveloped. Recently, ontological approaches have been exploited for tagging and linking digital traces, with progress made in(More)
This paper explores the impact of e-learning and e-government initiatives on rural communities in Australia. It discusses some of the initiatives, analyses a number of impact analysis frameworks, and includes the findings from a selected set of initiatives. It is a preliminary analysis of qualitative data discussing the outcomes achieved from the(More)