Advances in End User Computing (AEUC): 8 Volumes

Series Editor(s): Steve Clarke (University of Hull Business School, UK)
ISSN: 1935-309X|EISSN: 1935-3103
Out of print.

Description

The vision of the Advances in End User Computing (AEUC) Book Series is to provide a forum to information technology educators, researchers, and practitioners to advance the practice and understanding of end user computing. AEUC publishes insightful research, practice notes and case studies from all areas of end user computing, and offers editorial support from a wide range of experts in the field.

As the series title suggests, contributions are sought that demonstrate the way in which the end-user computing domain is moving forward. We would like to publish texts related to any aspect or application of EUC, some of which are outlined in the Coverage section above. Of particular interest is material which links conceptual and practical issues: for example, books in which a conceptual or theoretical section is brought to life through reports of practical applications such as action research interventions or case studies.

The major emphasis is on how to increase end user productivity and performance, and how to achieve organizational strategic and competitive advantage, The key vehicle for this is expected to be edited texts, within which multiple contributors write on aspects of the chosen topic. Exceptionally, multiple-authored texts will also be encouraged where they are able to demonstrate an ability to provide the necessary material.

Finally, we would like to emphasize that we welcome contributions from practitioners. End-user computing is a field in which the application of ideas is of particular value in bringing them to life, and the practice of EUC is therefore one of the major keys to understanding its advancement.

Titles in Series

Computational Advancements in End-User Technologies: Emerging Models and Frameworks
Steve Clarke (University of Hull Business School, UK)
Copyright © 2010. 376 pages.
In recent years, innovative technologies have lead to rapid progression and accelerated research studies within the field of end-user computing. Computational Advanc...
Evolutionary Concepts in End User Productivity and Performance: Applications for Organizational Progress
Steve Clarke (University of Hull Business School, UK)
Copyright © 2009. 386 pages.
As a progressive field of study, end-user computing is continually becoming a significant focus area for businesses, since refining end-user practices to enhance the...
End User Computing Challenges and Technologies: Emerging Tools and Applications
Steve Clarke (University of Hull Business School, UK)
Copyright © 2008. 350 pages.
Advances in information technologies have allowed end users to become a fundamental element in the development and application of computing technology and digital in...
Contemporary Issues in End User Computing
Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Copyright © 2007. 350 pages.
Contemporary Issues in End User Computing brings a wealth of end user computing information to one accessible location. This collection includes empirical and theore...
Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Volume 4
Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Copyright © 2005. 348 pages.
Advanced Topics in End User Computing is a series of books, which feature the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends....
Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Volume 3
Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Copyright © 2004. 378 pages.
Advanced Topics in End User Computing features the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends. Empirical and theoretical r...
Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Volume 2
Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Copyright © 2003. 349 pages.
Advanced Topics in End User Computing features the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends. Empirical and theoretical r...
Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Volume 1
Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Copyright © 2002. 420 pages.
Advanced Topics in End User Computing features the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends. It provides a forum to both...

Mission

The vision of the Advances in End User Computing (AEUC) Book Series is to provide a forum to information technology educators, researchers, and practitioners to advance the practice and understanding of end user computing. The book series aims to publish insightful research, practice notes and case studies from all areas of end user computing in hopes of providing an understanding in the advancement of End User applications.

Editor(s) Biography

Steve Clarke, Ph.D.received a BSc in Economics from The University of Kingston Upon Hull, an MBA from the University of Luton, and a PhD in human centred approaches to information systems development from Brunel University (UK). He is a professor of Information Systems in the University of Hull Business School (UK). He has extensive experience in management systems and information systems consultancy and research, focusing primarily on the identification and satisfaction of user needs and issues connected with knowledge management. His research interests include: social theory and information systems practice; strategic planning; and the impact of user involvement in the development of management systems. Professor Clarke is the co-editor of two books, Socio-Technical and Human Cognition Elements of Information Systems, 2003 published by Idea Group Publishing, and Beyond Knowledge Management, 2004 published by Idea Group Publishing.

Editorial Advisory Board

Advances in End User Computing (AEUC) Book Series Editor-in-Chief: Steve Clarke, University of Hull, UK Associate Editors: Paul Drake, Glaxo Smith-Kline, UK Ashish Dwivedi, University of Hull, UK John Edwards, Aston University, UK Gordon Hunter, Lethbridge University, Canada Susan Lippert, Drexel University, USA International Editorial Advisory Board: Joseph Barjis, Georgia Southern University, USA Kevin Dow, Kent State University, USA Evan Duggan, The University of the West Indies, Donal Flynn, University of Manchester, UK Keith Horton, Napier University, UK Hazem El Khatib, United Arab Emirates University, UAE Selmin Nurcan, University Paris 1 Sorbonne, France