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|Progressive Trends in Electronic Resource Management in Libraries
Nihar K. Patra, Bharat Kumar, Ashis K. Pani.
As physical collections go digital, the organizational procedures, budgets, and usage patterns of libraries must evolve to meet this change by identifying the various issues that are essential in understanding the management of e-resources.
Progressive Trends in Electronic Resource Management in...
Inventive Approaches for Technology Integration and Information Resources Management
Today’s management world continually relies on technological efficiency to function and perform at a high standard. As technology becomes a greater part in many fields, understanding and managing this factor is integral for organizations.
Inventive Approaches for Technology Integration and...
Data Analysis for Dynamic Pricing in Airline: The Role of Tactical Pricing
The competitors in the airline industry often rely on pricing strategy to capture more sales as a main mean of competition. Thus, dynamic pricing is often utilized to maximize profit while allowing better pricing against competition at the same time. In order for dynamic pricing to be effective...
Community Issues in American Metropolitan Cities: A Data Mining Case Study
Brooke Sullivan, Sinjini Mitra.
The city of San Francisco in California has 826,000 residents and is growing slowly compared to other large cities in the western United States, facing concerns such as an aging population and flight of families to nearby suburbs. This case study investigates the social and demographic factors that are...
Spatial Analytics for Rancho Cucamonga: A City on a Map
Omer A. Alrwais, Brian N. Hilton.
Managing a city with its different departments, resources and assets can be a challenging problem especially when considering the dynamic events (fire, traffic accidents, 911 calls, road closures, etc. …) that take place each day. The overall performance of how a city is performing depends on the...
Current and Future Trends in Human Resources Analytics Adoption
Bhushan Kapoor, Yaggeta Kabra.
While many organizations use business intelligence and analytics in business functions including Supply Chain, Finance, Accounting and Marketing, they have taken little advantage of this in the Human Resources (HR) management area. Seeing tremendous opportunities in the use of analytics, businesses are...
Dictionary of Information Science and Technology (2nd Edition)
The 2nd edition of the Dictionary of Information Science and Technology is a compilation of more than 12,000 of the latest terms and definitions as they pertain to all aspects of the information and technology field. This extensive collection of terms and acronyms in the ever-changing world of...
Perspectives and Techniques for Improving Information Technology Project Management
Perspectives and Techniques for Improving Information Technology Project Management discusses the variety of information systems and how it can improve project management and, likewise, how project management can affect the growth of information systems. Using new frameworks, technologies and methods...
Managing Information Resources and Technology: Emerging Applications and Theories
With a constant stream of developments in the IT research field, it seems only practical that there be methods and systems in place to consistently oversee this growing area. Managing Information Resources and Technology: Emerging Applications and Theories highlights the rising trends and studies in...
Innovation Intermediation and Emerging Medical Devices - The Lead-User Method in Practice
Brian O'Flaherty, John O’Donoghue, Joe Bogue.
This case study explores the application of the Lead-user method in the development of medical applications based on Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) technology by three independent research teams. The study also reflects on the role of student teams as Innovation Intermediaries (Howells, 2006;...
Future Sustainability of the Florida Health Information Exchange
Alice M. Noblin, Kendall Cortelyou-Ward.
Florida began the journey to health information connectivity in 2004 under Governor Jeb Bush. Initially these efforts were funded by grants, but due to the downturn in the economy, the state was unable to support growth in 2008. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 provided funding...
Successful HIT Requires Inter-Team Communication
Charles H. Andrus, Mark Gaynor.
When compared to traditional medical centers, academic medical centers have additional complexity caused by tension between clinical research and patient care, which adds structural and organization differences within the organization. Many academic medical centers have a separate physician practice...
Interactive and Collaborative Learning in Virtual English Classes
This paper reports the tactile learning experience with simulated 3D learning environments in an English Department at a Hong Kong university. With the belief that multimedia instruction and multimedia learning help the learner’s construction of knowledge (Mayer 2005, p.2), sections of Second Life were...
Using Electronic Health Records and Data Warehouse Collaboratively in Community Health Centers
Xiaoming Zeng, Elizabeth J. Forrestal, Leigh W. Cellucci, Michael H. Kennedy, Doug Smith.
The organization Community Partners HealthNet (CPH), Inc. is a so-called Health-Center-Controlled Networks (HCCNs) that provide health information technologies, in particular Electronic Health Records and Data Warehouse, to participating community health centers (CHC) and rural health clinics (RHC)....
Project Management Techniques and Innovations in Information Technology
Managing cost, time, and quality of a project can be a challenging task for any project manager, but especially in times of an ever-changing and burgeoning field of IT. Project Management Techniques and Innovations in Information Technology offers a vital compendium of the latest research, case...