CCI Research Presentations and Publications
Factors Influencing Adoption of Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Mobile Technologies by the Growth Engine of the US Economy. First Monday. 19(9),(2014).
Factors Influencing Undergraduate Use of e-books: A Mixed Methods Study. Library & Information Science Research. 40(2),(2018).
Folksonomy-based User-centric Information Organization Systems. International Journal of Information Studies . 3(1), 31-43.(2011).
Identifying Key Steps for Developing Mobile Applications & Mobile Websites for Libraries. Information Technologies and Libraries. 35(3), 40-58.(2016).
Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. 32(5), 1332-1342.(2016).
Managing Gender-Related Challenges in ICT4D Field Research. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. 65(2),(2014).
Mapping the Evolution of e-Readiness Assessments. Transforming Government: People, Process, and Policy Journal. 5(4), 345-363.(2011).
Measuring e-Governance as an Innovation in the Public Sector. Government Information Quarterly. 27(1), 41-48.(2010).
A Pan-India Footprint of Microfinance Borrowers from an Exploratory Survey: Impact of Over-Indebtedness on Financial Inclusion of the Poor. Enterprise Development and Microfinance . 24(1),(2013).
Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants in Information Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 57(2), 187-196.(2016).
Students’ Intention to Adopt Internet-Based Personal Safety Wearable Devices: Extending UTAUT with Trusting Beliefs. First Monday.(2017).
Training LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries and Not-for-Profit Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 59(3),(2018).
Using Information Systems to Support “Door-step Banking”: Enabling Scalability of Microfinance to Serve More of the Poor at the Bottom of the Pyramid. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 33(Special Issue on Information Systems in Emerging Economies), 442.(2013).
What is Innovative to Public Libraries in the United States? A Perspective of Library Administrators for Classifying Innovations. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science.(In Press).
Cell phone-enabled Empowerment of Women Earning less than $1 per Day. IEEE Technology & Society, Society on Social Implications of Technology, IEEE. 30(2), 39-45.(2011).
Examining Mobile Banking in Developing Nations from Pro-Poor “Context, Culture, and Community” Perspective.(2014).
“Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate boRrowers” (FILTER): A Channel for Public Libraries to Partner with Governments for Financial Inclusion in the Developing World.(2017).
Marital Status of Female Cell Phone Users: Criterion for Distinct Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context.(2011).
Banco Azteca’s Use of Innovative Information Systems for Financial Inclusion in Latin America. Information Technologies in Developing Countries. June, 12-16.(2014).
e-Government, Public-Private Partnerships, and Implementation of the Millenium Development Goals: A Preliminary Research Review.(2009).
Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate Borrowers in India (ALISE/OCLC Research Grant Presentation).(2018).
Microfinance: Key Concepts, Challenges, Innovative Solutions, and Opportunities for Communication and Information Researchers.(2014).
Mobile Technologies and Disadvantaged Women: A Mixed Methods Study of Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context.(2009).
DeMoAidS: Demonstrate “Aid is working” for Motivating the youth in developed world to Aid global philanthropy and Scale their effort rapidly.(2012).
Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate boRrowers” (FILTER): A Channel for Public Libraries to Partner with Governments for Financial Inclusion in the Developing World. Final Report for Research Grant.(2018).
Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education (MISSILE) Interim Report for Planning Grant.(2017).
Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education (MISSILE). Final Report for Planning Grant.(2018).
Project MISSILE (Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education): Educating LIS Students to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries.(2016).
Mobile Technologies and Socio-economic Opportunities for Disadvantaged Women: A Study of Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context. College of Computing and Information, State University of New York, University at Albany. Ph.D. Dissertation,(2010).
8 Economic Barriers Responsible for India’s Gender Digital Divide. Global Health Hub. http://www.globalhealthhub.org/2016/01/27/8-economic-barriers-responsible-forindias-gender-digital-divide/.(2016).