Helana Scheepers
Helana Scheepers
Professor in Information Systems, Swinburne University of Technology
Verified email at swin.edu.au
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Contextual influences on user satisfaction with mobile computing: findings from two healthcare organizations
R Scheepers, H Scheepers, OK Ngwenyama
European Journal of Information Systems 15 (3), 261-268, 2006
1252006
Identifying Business Value From The Use Of Social Media: An Sme Perspective.
R Stockdale, A Ahmed, H Scheepers
PACIS, 169, 2012
1172012
Health information systems evaluation frameworks: A systematic review
AE Andargoli, H Scheepers, D Rajendran, A Sohal
International journal of medical informatics 97, 195-209, 2017
752017
Understanding the intrinsic motivations of user acceptance of hedonic information systems: towards a unified research model
Z Wang, H Scheepers
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 30 (1), 17, 2012
732012
The dependent variable in social media use
H Scheepers, R Scheepers, R Stockdale, N Nurdin
Journal of Computer Information Systems 54 (2), 25-34, 2014
702014
A process-focused decision framework for analyzing the business value potential of IT investments
H Scheepers, R Scheepers
Information Systems Frontiers 10 (3), 321-330, 2008
702008
Experienced benefits and barriers of e-business technology adoption by SME suppliers
AA Abid, MM Rahim, H Scheepers
Communications of the IBIMA, 2011
572011
eGovernment service quality assessed through the public value lens
K Omar, H Scheepers, R Stockdale
International Conference on Electronic Government, 431-440, 2011
402011
Understanding organizational barriers influencing local electronic government adoption and implementation: the electronic government implementation framework
N Nurdin, R Stockdale, H Scheepers
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research 6 (3), 13-27, 2011
382011
Social media use in local government: An Australian perspective
K Omar, R Stockdale, H Scheepers
International Journal of Public Administration 37 (10), 666-675, 2014
322014
The implementation of mobile technology in organizations: expanding individual use contexts
H Scheepers, R Scheepers
ICIS 2004 Proceedings, 14, 2004
322004
Interactive multimedia and problem based learning: Experiencing project failure
U Nulden, H Scheepers
Journal of Educational multimedia and Hypermedia 8 (2), 189-215, 1999
311999
Organizational Adaptation to Sustain Information Technology: The Case of E-Government in Developing Countries.
N Nurdin, R Stockdale, H Scheepers
Electronic Journal of e-government 10 (1), 2012
302012
Contexts of relevance in explanatory case studies in information systems: Ubiquitous information technology implementation in organizations
R Scheepers, H Scheepers
ICIS 2003 Proceedings, 3, 2003
292003
Increasing student interaction in learning activities: Using a simulation to learn about project failure and escalation
U Nulden, H Scheepers
Journal of Information Systems Education 12 (4), 223-232, 2001
272001
Examining the role of the culture of local government on adoption and use of e-government services
N Nurdin, R Stockdale, H Scheepers
E-government, e-services and global processes, 79-93, 2010
232010
Emerging trends in mobile technology development: from healthcare professional to system developer
L Burley, H Scheepers
International journal of healthcare technology and management 5 (3-5), 179-193, 2003
232003
Teaching of a computer literacy course in South Africa: A case study using traditional and co‐operative learning
H Scheepers, C de Villiers
Information Technology for Development 9 (3-4), 175-187, 2000
222000
The influence of external institutional pressures on local e-government adoption and implementation: A coercive perspective within an indonesian local e-government context
N Nurdin, R Stockdale, H Scheepers
International Conference on Electronic Government, 13-26, 2012
212012
An empirical assessment of the business value derived from implementing mobile technology: a case study of two organizations
H Scheepers, J McKay
212004
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