Digital Transformation and Society: Volume 2 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Lurking as a mode of listening in social media: motivations-based typologies

Theodora Dame Adjin-Tettey, Anthea Garman

In this study, the authors aim to probe the relationship between listening and lurking and discuss types of lurking that occur on social media sites based on the motivations…


The centrality of a digital strategy for societal and business innovations

Yoshija Walter

The purpose of the present paper is to show that a clearly delineated digital strategy and an agile mindset is key for the successful adoption of digital innovation in society and…


How librarians and firefighters built a special library in Champaign, Illinois, USA: a community informatics story

Claudia Grisales Bohorquez, Lian Ruan, Kate Williams

This paper aims to understand how a special library helped firefighters in Illinois navigate the digital revolution by evidencing the elements and forms of work that made its…

Work from home connection: a cluster analysis based on the Internet service attributes towards subscribers profile

Emmanuel Posadas Paulino, Gladys Cuenca Esteban

The purpose of the study is to discover clusters or homogenous groups of work-from-home (WFH) Internet subscribers in the Philippines based on the attributes of speed, network…


What is digital transformation? Investigating the metaphorical meaning of digital transformation and why it matters

Adebowale Owoseni

This study used a visual research approach to investigate how small business (SB) entrepreneurs in Nigeria, a low-income country, perceive digital transformation (DT). The study…

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  • Professor Robin Qiu