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*2004
69EERob Kling, Lisa B. Spector, Joanna Fortuna: The real stakes of virtual publishing: The transformation of E-Biomed into PubMed central. JASIST 55(2): 127-148 (2004)
2003
68EERob Kling: Critical professional education about information and communications technologies and social life. IT & People 16(4): 394-418 (2003)
67EERob Kling, Christina Courtright: Characterizing Collective Behavior Online: The Social Organization of Hangouts, Clubs, Associations, Teams and Communities. Inf. Soc. 19(3): (2003)
66EERob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim, Adam King: a Bit More to It: Scholarly Communication Forums as Socio-technical Interaction Networks. JASIST 54(1): 47-67 (2003)
65EERoberta Lamb, John Leslie King, Rob Kling: Informational Environments: Organizational Contexts of Online Information Use. JASIST 54(2): 97-114 (2003)
64EERoberta Lamb, Rob Kling: Reconceptualizing Users as Social Actors in Information Systems Research. MIS Quarterly 27(2): (2003)
2002
63 Rob Kling: Critical Professional Discourses About Information and Communications Technologies and Social Life in the U.S.. HCC 2002: 1-20
62EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 18(1): (2002)
61EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 18(3): (2002)
60 Rob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 18(5): (2002)
2001
59EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 17(1): (2001)
58EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 17(3): (2001)
57EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 17(4): (2001)
2000
56EERob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim, Joanna Fortuna, Adam King: Scientific Collaboratories as Socio-Technical Interaction Networks: A Theoretical Approach CoRR cs.CY/0005007: (2000)
55EERob Kling: Learning about Information Technologies and Social Change: The Contribution of Social Informatics. Inf. Soc. 16(3): (2000)
54 Rob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim: Not just a matter of time: Field differences and the shaping of electronic media in supporting scientific communication. JASIS 51(14): 1306-1320 (2000)
1999
53EERamesh Sharda, H. C. Chen, John Leslie King, Rob Kling: Research opportunities in knowledge networking (panel session). ICIS 1999: 563-565
52EERob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim: Scholarly Communication and the Continuum of Electronic Publishing CoRR cs.CY/9903015: (1999)
51EERob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim: Not Just a Matter of Time: Field Differences and the Shaping of Electronic Media in Supporting Scientific Communication CoRR cs.CY/9909008: (1999)
50EENoriko Hara, Rob Kling: Students' Frustrations with a Web-Based Distance Education Course. First Monday 4(12): (1999)
49 Rob Kling: Can the "Next Generation Internet" Effectively Support "Ordinary Citizens"? Inf. Soc. 15(1): (1999)
48EEAl Teich, Mark S. Frankel, Rob Kling, Ya-Ching Lee: Anonymous Communication Policies for the Internet: Results and Recommendations of the AAAS Conference. Inf. Soc. 15(2): (1999)
47EERob Kling, Ya-Ching Lee, Al Teich, Mark S. Frankel: Assessing Anonymous Communication on the Internet: Policy Deliberations. Inf. Soc. 15(2): (1999)
46EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 15(4): (1999)
45 Rob Kling, Geoffrey W. McKim: Scholarly Communication and the Continuum of Electronic Publishing. JASIS 50(10): 890-906 (1999)
44 Rob Kling, Holly Crawford: From Retrieval to Communication: The Development, Use, and Consequences of Digital Documentary Systems. JASIS 50(12): 1121-1122 (1999)
1998
43 Rob Kling, Howard Rosenbaum, Carol A. Hert: Social Informatics in Information Science: An Introduction. JASIS 49(12): 1047-1052 (1998)
1997
42EEBlaise Cronin, Rob Kling, Howard Rosenbaum: Charting A New Course: Developing and Implementing a Curriculum for a Master's of Information Science Degree. HICSS (2) 1997: 12-22
41EEDaniel A. Peak, Justin Stolen, Rob Kling, Jay F. Nunamaker Jr.: Information systems and technology programs (panel session): meeting the challenges of the new millennium. ICIS 1997: 524
40EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 13(1): (1997)
39 Rob Kling: Public Access to the Internet, by Brian Kahin and James Keller (eds). Inf. Soc. 13(1): (1997)
38EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 13(2): (1997)
37EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 13(3): (1997)
36EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 13(4): (1997)
35 Margaret S. Elliott, Rob Kling: Organizational Usability of Digital Libraries: Case Study of Legal Research in Civil and Criminal Cours. JASIS 48(11): 1023-1035 (1997)
1996
34EEMargaret S. Elliott, Rob Kling: Organizational Usability of Digital Libraries in the Courts. HICSS (5) 1996: 62-71
33 Rob Kling: Does Technology Drive History?: The Dilemma of Technological Determinism, by Smith and Marx. Inf. Soc. 12(1): (1996)
32EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 12(1): (1996)
31EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 12(2): (1996)
30EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 12(3): (1996)
29 Rob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 12(4): (1996)
28 Lisa Covi, Rob Kling: Organizational Dimensions of Effective Digital Library Use: Closed Rational and Open Natural Systems Models. JASIS 47(9): 672-689 (1996)
1995
27EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 11(3): (1995)
26EERob Kling: Controversies About Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communications: An Introduction. Inf. Soc. 11(4): (1995)
25EERob Kling, Lisa Covi: Electronic Journals and Legitimate Media in the Systems of Scholarly Communication. Inf. Soc. 11(4): (1995)
24EERob Kling: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief. Inf. Soc. 11(4): (1995)
1994
23 Rob Kling, Tom Jewett: The Social Design of Worklife with Computers and Networks: A Natural Systems Perspective. Advances in Computers 39: 239-293 (1994)
22EERob Kling: Reading "All About" Computerization: How Genre Conventions Shape Nonfiction Social Analysis. Inf. Soc. 10(3): (1994)
1993
21 Michael Bieber, Roger Clarke, Nanette Ditosto, Rob Kling, Peggy O'Rourke: Privacy and Accuracy Issues for Information Systems in the 1990s and Beyond. ICIS 1993: 404
20EERob Kling, Charles Dunlop: Controversies about Computerization and the Character of White Collar Worklife. Inf. Soc. 9(1): (1993)
19EERob Kling: Organizational Analysis in Computer Science. Inf. Soc. 9(2): (1993)
1992
18 Mary J. Culnan, Rob Kling, James C. Wetherbe: Social Issues of IS: Reshaping Our Research Agenda for 2001?. ICIS 1992: 297
17 Rob Kling, Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jonathan Allen, Yannis Bakos, Vijay Gurbaxani, John Leslie King: Information Systems in Manufacturing Coordination: Economic and Social Perspectives. ICIS 1992: 31-41
1991
16 Rob Kling: Cooperation, Coordination and Control in Computer-Supported Work. Commun. ACM 34(12): 83-88 (1991)
1989
15EES. J. Lepore, Rob Kling, Suzanne Iacono, Joey F. George: Implementing desktop computing, infrastructure, and quality of worklife. ICIS 1989: 223-235
1984
14EERob Kling, Terry Winograd, Paul Smolensky, Roland Schinzinger: The impact and issues of the fifth generation: Ethical issues in new computing technologies. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1984: 262
13EERob Kling: Truth in advertising in present and future generation computing. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1984: 263
12EEWalt Scacchi, Elihu M. Gerson, Rob Kling, Langdon Winner: The impact and issues of the fifth generation: Social and organization consequences of new generation technology. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1984: 267-270
11 Rob Kling, Suzanne Iacono: The Control of Information Systems Developments After Implementation. Commun. ACM 27(12): 1218-1226 (1984)
1982
10 Rob Kling, Walt Scacchi: The Web of Computing: Computer Technology as Social Organization. Advances in Computers 21: 1-90 (1982)
1980
9 Rob Kling: Social Analyses of Computing: Theoretical Perspectives in Recent Empirical Research. ACM Comput. Surv. 12(1): 61-110 (1980)
8 Rob Kling, Walt Scacchi: Computing as Social Action: The Social Dynamics of Computing in Complex Organizations. Advances in Computers 19: 249-327 (1980)
1979
7 Rob Kling: Introduction to the EFT Symposium. Commun. ACM 22(12): 639-640 (1979)
1978
6EERob Kling: Automated information systems as social resources in policy making. ACM Annual Conference (2) 1978: 666-674
5 Rob Kling: Automated Welfare Client-Tracking and Service Integration: The Political Economy of Computing. Commun. ACM 21(6): 484-493 (1978)
4 Rob Kling: Value Conflicts and Social Choice in Electronic Funds Transfer System Developments. Commun. ACM 21(8): 642-657 (1978)
1971
3 Rob Kling: Reasoning by Analogy as an Aid to Heuristic Theorem Proving. IFIP Congress (1) 1971: 195-200
2 Rob Kling: A Paradigm for Reasoning by Analogy. IJCAI 1971: 568-585
1 Rob Kling: A Paradigm for Reasoning by Analogy. Artif. Intell. 2(2): 147-178 (1971)

Coauthor Index

1Jonathan Allen [17]
2Yannis Bakos [17]
3Michael Bieber (Michael P. Bieber) [21]
4H. C. Chen [53]
5Roger Clarke [21]
6Christina Courtright [67]
7Lisa Covi [25] [28]
8Holly Crawford [44]
9Blaise Cronin [42]
10Mary J. Culnan [18]
11Nanette Ditosto [21]
12Charles Dunlop [20]
13Margaret S. Elliott [34] [35]
14Joanna Fortuna [56] [69]
15Mark S. Frankel [47] [48]
16Joey F. George [15]
17Elihu M. Gerson [12]
18Vijay Gurbaxani [17]
19Noriko Hara [50]
20Carol A. Hert [43]
21Suzanne Iacono [11] [15]
22Tom Jewett [23]
23Adam King [56] [66]
24John Leslie King [17] [53] [65]
25Kenneth L. Kraemer [17]
26Roberta Lamb [64] [65]
27Ya-Ching Lee [47] [48]
28S. J. Lepore [15]
29Geoffrey W. McKim [45] [51] [52] [54] [56] [66]
30Jay F. Nunamaker (Jay F. Nunamaker Jr.) [41]
31Peggy O'Rourke [21]
32Daniel A. Peak [41]
33Howard Rosenbaum [42] [43]
34Walt Scacchi [8] [10] [12]
35Roland Schinzinger [14]
36Ramesh Sharda [53]
37Paul Smolensky [14]
38Lisa B. Spector [69]
39Justin Stolen [41]
40Al Teich [47] [48]
41James C. Wetherbe [18]
42Langdon Winner [12]
43Terry Winograd [14]

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