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Learning With Information Systems

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : 9781134845217
Genre : Education
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In Learning with Information Systems the author takes the developing world as the context and through a series of case studies develops a commonly used systems analysis methodology. He demonstrates how this methodology can evolve and adapt as new ideas become prominent. Issues of sustainability of information systems, participation in systems design and user ownership of systems are all examined. This book does not attempt to be prescriptive for all contexts nor does it focus on any particular technology. It addresses the essential questions and promises practical approaches which will help in the avoidance of the worst forms of disaster associated with the planning of information systems for developing countries.

How To Set Up Information Systems

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : 9781136563935
Genre : Business & Economics
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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Information Systems Action Research

Author : Ned Kock
ISBN : 9780387360607
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book uses action research to conduct research activities in information technology and systems. It covers the methodological issues that arise when action research methods are conducted, provides examples of action research in practice, and summarizes the philosophical foundations of action research and its application as a methodology in Information Systems research and research programs.

Human Centered Methods In Information Systems Current Research And Practice

Author : Clarke, Steve
ISBN : 9781930708563
Genre : Computers
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The 1980s and 1990s have seen a growing interest in research and practice in information systems design and development from a human-centered perspective. This interest is accelerated by the increase in organizations in which the human resource provides the means to key competitive advantage. This book is a compilation of contributed chapters by researchers and practitioners addressing the relationships between human activity, organizational issues and technology.

Rapid Information Systems Development

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : UOM:39015042038227
Genre : Computers
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Natural Resource Management In Ghana And Its Socio Economic Context

Author : Overseas Development Institute (London, England)
ISBN : CORNELL:31924086758947
Genre : Natural resources
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African Development Review

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924087303990
Genre : Africa
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Author : John Downey
ISBN : 0761955550
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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It is widely claimed that information and communication technologies are transforming urban life and bringing about rapid economic and cultural globalization. This book explores the issues involved in urban planning in relation to computer-mediated communications and cyberspace, including urban planning, virtual and actual cities, and gender and the Internet. Running throughout is a tension between optimistic and pessimistic scenarios for the technocity. The authors address a complex set of questions, and move beyond the usual images of technological heaven and hell, and technophilia and technophobia, to bring together a number of differently informed approaches, to make sense of a field of dynamic and contradictory forces. (Adapté du résumé de l'éditeur).

Library Information Science Abstracts

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ISBN : UOM:39015079654730
Genre : Information science
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Measuring Sustainability

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : 9781136561337
Genre : Business & Economics
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' Measuring the sustainability of development is crucial to achieving it, and is one of the most actively studied issues in the area. To date, most studies of measurements or indicators have been largely theoretical. However, this book, a follow-on to Bell and Morse's highly influential Sustainability Indicators (1999), presents valuable practical advice on how to develop measurements that will work in real-life development contexts. It describes and analyses how to derive, validate and apply indicators in the course of an actual development project - in this case the Mediterranean Action Plan in Malta. The authors explain the trade-offs and constraints involved and how it is possible to combine the open-ended and flexible perspectives of sustainability with the more linear processes and fixed targets of specific projects through the use of pragmatic and reflective methodologies.

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