John W. Lamp
According to our database1, John W. Lamp authored at least 20 papers between 1996 and 2019.
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Emerging Insights of Health Informatics Research: A Literature Analysis for Outlining New Themes.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2019
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2018
Preface to Selected Papers from ACIS 2016.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2017
The Conduct of a Review.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2016
Open Access: Just One Item in a Pandora's Box.
Editorial for the ACIS Selected Papers Section.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2015
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2014
The social life of categories: An empirical study of term categorization.
Applied Ontology, 2012
Journal ranking and the dreams of academics.
Online Information Review, 2009
A Ranking List for Information Systems journals: Addendum March 2008.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2009
The Portal as Information Broker.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Portal Technologies and Applications (2 Volumes), 2007
Perceptions of Gender Balance of IS Journal Editorial Positions.
A Ranking List for Information Systems Journals.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2007
Recognition as a Distinguishing Criterion of IS Journals.
Australasian J. of Inf. Systems, 2006
Contextual Factors which Influence Creativity in Requirements Engineering.
Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, 2005
The Code Red Epidemic: a Case Study.
Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, 2001
Creating a realistic experience of an IS project: the team of teams approach.
Proceedings of the Challenges of Information Technology Management in the 21st Century, 2000
The Incremental Modelling of the Z39.50 Protocol with Object Petri Nets.
Proceedings of the Application of Petri Nets to Communication Networks, 1999
Appropriate Policy Enforcement through the use of Network information Brokers.
Proceedings of the Third Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, 1997
Integrating professional skills into the curriculum.
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE 1st Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education, 1996