Social Context of Human Computer Interaction : An Examination of User Adoption of Electronic Journals

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This study sought to determine whether or not factors such as relative advantage, compatibility, result demonstrability, ease of use, image, visibility, and voluntariness were involved in users' adoption of a refereed Web-based journal for informational, citation, and publication purposes. In addition, the study tested whether or not exposure to a prototype of a refereed Web-based journal would change users' perceptions concerning how well they would interact with the journal.

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viii, 191 leaves : ill.

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Scannell, Janette Bradley December 1997.

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This study sought to determine whether or not factors such as relative advantage, compatibility, result demonstrability, ease of use, image, visibility, and voluntariness were involved in users' adoption of a refereed Web-based journal for informational, citation, and publication purposes. In addition, the study tested whether or not exposure to a prototype of a refereed Web-based journal would change users' perceptions concerning how well they would interact with the journal.

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Scannell, Janette Bradley. Social Context of Human Computer Interaction : An Examination of User Adoption of Electronic Journals, dissertation, December 1997; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278842/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .