A planned behaviour in context model of networked information resource use
Klobas, J.E. and Morrison, D. (1999) A planned behaviour in context model of networked information resource use. In: Bullinger, H. and Ziegler, J., (eds.) Human-Computer Interaction: Communication, Cooperation, and Application Design. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, pp. 823-827.
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The internet, intranets, and other communication networks provide people with access to many sources of information from their desktop computers. Use of these networked information resources (NIRs) is discretionary: potential users can choose whether or not to use them in their search for information. NIR designers and developers emphasise the usability and information quality characteristics of their resources, in the belief that a resource that has these qualities will be successful - at least in the sense that it will be used (Ciolek and Goltz 1996, 1999)...
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|Copyright:||1999 Lawrence Erlbaum Associates|
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