Items where SHU Author is "Keefe, Terry"
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KEEFE, Terry and CROWTHER, Paul (2015). Information and communications technology in government, an historical perspective. In: 15th European Conference on eGoverment (ECEG) 2015, University of Portsmouth, UK, 18-19 June 2015. (In Press)
KEEFE, Terence N, BIKFALVI, Andrea, BEER, Martin and DE LA ROSA, Josep Lluis (2013). A case study analysis of factors determining success or failure for participants in collaborative innovation projects in e-Government. In: 13th ECEG European Conference on eGovernment 2013, Department of Theoretical and Applied Sciences, University of Insubria, Como, Italy, 13-14 June 2013.
KEEFE, Terence N and CINDEREY, Lynn (2013). Developing the next generation of IT Professionals – engaging IT students in the practice of IT Professional ethics. In: Ethicomp 2013, Kolding, Denmark, 12-14 June 2013. (Unpublished)
KEEFE, Terry, BIKFALVI, Andrea, BEER, Martin and DE LA ROSA, PepLluis (2012). ISAC6+ Delivering Smarter Administration through innovation - a Benefits Realisation approach to ensuring success. In: GASCO, Mila, (ed.) Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on eGovernment. Reading, Academic Publishing Limited, 378-386.
KEEFE, Terry, BIKFALVI, Andrea, BEER, Martin and DE LA ROSA , Josep (2013). A case study analysis of factors determining success or failure for participants in collaborative innovation projects. In: 13th European Conference on eGovernment – ECEG 2013, University of Insurbia, Como, Italy, 13-14 June 2013. (In Press)
BIKFALVI, Andrea, DE LA ROSA, Josep Lluis and KEEFE, Terry (2013). E-Government service evaluation : a multiple-item scale for assessing information quality. In: WIMMER, Maria A, JANSSEN, Marijn, MACINTOSH, Ann, SCHOLL, Hans J and TAMBOURIS, Efthimios, (eds.) Electronic government and electronic participation : Joint proceedings of ongoing research of IFIP EGOV and IFIP e-part 2013. Lecture notes in informatics (P-221). Gesellschaft fur Informatik, 54-63.
BEER, Martin, KEEFE, Terry and SNELLING, Iain (2008). Using trading games to interpret a health environment. In: AI in Education, 4th UK Workshop, Cambridge, UK, 9th December 2008.. (Unpublished)