Internet Research

Category:

Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 9 Issue 3

Webmasters as mass media gatekeepers: a qualitative exploratory study

Fred Beard, Rolf L. Olsen

Eight college and university Webmasters in three midwestern states were interviewed to explore their communications practices and activities by applying a traditional mass…

The knowledge continuum ‐ organizing for research and scholarly communication

Paul Vassallo

The Office of Information Services (OIS) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is undergoing a major organizational transition to function as a…

Perceptions of the Internet: what people think when they search the Internet for information

Harry Bruce

The study described in this article aimed to gather insights into what people think when they search the Internet for information. The premise is that people relate to…

Educational superhighways ‐ in the public or private interest?

Neil Selwyn

Considers the world‐wide emergence of “educational superhighway” policies: government programmes aiming to connect school systems to the Internet ‐ and explores their…

The Internet as a “virtual cultural region”: are extant cultural classification schemes appropriate?

Kevin Johnston, Parminder Johal

This paper examines the concept of the Internet as a virtual cultural region with its own demographics and psychographics. Longitudinal studies of the changing make up of…

Enhancing the quality of low bit‐rate real‐time Internet communication services

Schubert Foo Siu Cheung Hui, See Wai Yip

The Internet environment, with its packet‐switched network and lack of resource reservation mechanisms, has made the delivery of low bit‐rate real‐time communication…

ISSN:

1066-2243

Online date, start – end:

1991

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Christy M. K. Cheung