Paul T. Jaeger

According to our database1, Paul T. Jaeger authored at least 87 papers between 2002 and 2020.

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  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2020
Introduction to the Minitrack on Challenged Democracies: The Impact of Digital Government on Democracy and Democratic Institutions.
Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2020

2019
Introduction to the Minitrack on Dark Digital Government: Exploring the Dangers - Issues, Concerns, and Negative Impacts.
Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2019

#HandsOffMyADA: A Twitter Response to the ADA Education and Reform Act.
Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2019

2017
"The Public Library and the Larger Society": The Legacy of Glen Holt.
Public Libr. Q., 2017

Information access and information literacy under siege: The potentially devastating effects of the proposed 2017 White House budget on already-marginalized populations in the United States.
First Monday, 2017

Human dimensions of peer review in information science.
Proceedings of the Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual Worlds, 2017

2016
The Politically Engaged Public Library: Admitting and Embracing the Political Nature of Libraries and Their Goals.
Public Libr. Q., 2016

The AT Effect: How Disability Affects the Perceived Social Acceptability of Head-Mounted Display Use.
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2016

2015
Digital Inclusion and the Affordable Care Act: Public Libraries, Politics, Policy, and Enrollment in "Obamacare".
Public Libr. Q., 2015

Securing the homeland in the digital age: Issues and implications for policy and governance.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2015

Disability, human rights, and social justice: The ongoing struggle for online accessibility and equality.
First Monday, 2015

2014
Big data, open government and e-government: Issues, policies and recommendations.
Inf. Polity, 2014

HCI public policy issues in U.S. libraries.
Interactions, 2014

The circular continuum of agencies, public libraries, and users: A model of e-government in practice.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2014

Editorial: E-government without government.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2014

Homelessness, wirelessness, and (in)visibility: Critical reflections on the Homeless Hotspots Project and the ensuing online discourse.
First Monday, 2014

Connecting government, libraries and communities: Information behavior theory and information intermediaries in the design of LibEGov.org.
First Monday, 2014

Civic action brokering platforms: facilitating local engagement with ACTion Alexandria.
Proceedings of the Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 2014

2013
Delivering e-government services and transforming communities through innovative partnerships: Public libraries, government agencies, and community organizations.
Inf. Polity, 2013

Personal Health Record interfaces: A hermeneutic analysis.
First Monday, 2013

Information outsiders of the 21st century: Access and implications for information behavior research.
Proceedings of the Beyond the Cloud: Rethinking Information Boundaries, 2013

2012
Public Libraries in the New Economy: Twenty-First-Century Skills, the Internet, and Community Needs.
Public Libr. Q., 2012

The Intersection of Public Policy and Public Access: Digital Divides, Digital Literacy, Digital Inclusion, and Public Libraries.
Public Libr. Q., 2012

Public Libraries and the Internet 2012: Key Findings, Recent Trends, and Future Challenges.
Public Libr. Q., 2012

Building the scholarship of next generation information professional.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2012

The impact of polices on government social media usage: Issues, challenges, and recommendations.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2012

A new frontier for LIS programs: E-government education, library/government partnerships, and the preparation of future information professionals.
Educ. Inf., 2012

The circular continuum of agencies, libraries, and users: a model of e-government in practice.
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, 2012

Libraries and e-government: new partnerships in public service.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2012

Still up in the air: government regulation of airline websites and continuing price inequality for persons with disabilities online.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2012

Access perspectives and design values in government social media usage.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2012

Panel proposal online community networks, e-government, and community-sourcing actions.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2012

Delivering e-government services through innovative partnerships: public libraries, government agencies, and community organizations.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2012

Ten years later: Information and policy in the aftermath of 9/11.
Proceedings of the Information, Interaction, Innovation: Celebrating the Past, Constructing the Present and Creating the Future, 2012

Information outsiders of the 21st Century: Access and implications for information behavior research.
Proceedings of the Information, Interaction, Innovation: Celebrating the Past, Constructing the Present and Creating the Future, 2012

2011
Responsibility Rolls Down: Public Libraries and the Social and Policy Obligations of Ensuring Access to E-government and Government Information.
Public Libr. Q., 2011

Response to "Government information in the digital age: The once and future Federal Depository Library Program".
Gov. Inf. Q., 2011

Retrofitting accessibility: The legal inequality of after-the-fact online access for persons with disabilities in the United States.
First Monday, 2011

Describing and measuring the value of public libraries: The growth of the Internet and the evolution of library value.
First Monday, 2011

Weaving diversity into LIS: An examination of diversity course offerings in iSchool programs.
Educ. Inf., 2011

Promoting social inclusion through public library e-government partnerships.
Proceedings of the iConference 2011, 2011

Case study in e-government education programs: preparing future government information professionals.
Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2011

Government policies on the use of social media: legislating for change.
Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2011

The policy challenges of universally usable e-government.
Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2011

2010
User-centered design in universal design resources?
Univers. Access Inf. Soc., 2010

Modeling Inclusive Practice?: Attracting Diverse Faculty and Future Faculty to the Information Workforce.
Libr. Trends, 2010

Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating User-centered and Citizen-centered E-government.
Int. J. Electron. Gov. Res., 2010

Implications of harmonizing the future of the federal depository library program within e-government principles and policies.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Identifying the security risks associated with governmental use of cloud computing.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Broadband for public libraries: Importance, issues, and research needs.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Up in the air: Are airlines following the new DOT rules on equal pricing for people with disabilities when websites are inaccessible?
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Transparency and technological change: Ensuring equal and sustained public access to government information.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Using ICTs to create a culture of transparency: E-government and social media as openness and anti-corruption tools for societies.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2010

Social Media Technology and Government Transparency.
Computer, 2010

Collaborative identification and annotation of government deep web resources: a hybrid approach.
Proceedings of the HT'10, 2010

Crowd-sourcing transparency: ICTs, social media, and government transparency initiatives.
Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2010

2009
Lifelong Interactions - Persons with disabilities and intergenerational universal usability.
Interactions, 2009

The fourth branch of government and the historical legacy of the Bush administration's information policies.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2009

Reconciling government documents and e-government: Government information in policy, librarianship, and education.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2009

Where is the Cloud? Geography, Economics, Environment, and Jurisdiction in Cloud Computing.
First Monday, 2009

Public Libraries and the Internet 2008-2009: Issues, Implications, and Challenges.
First Monday, 2009

2008
Small worlds, lifeworlds, and information: the ramifications of the information behaviour of social groups in public policy and the public sphere.
Inf. Res., 2008

National Security Letters, the USA PATRIOT Act, and the Constitution: The tensions between national security and civil rights.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2008

The E-Government paradox: Better customer service doesn't necessarily cost less.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2008

Obfuscatocracy: A Stakeholder Analysis of Governing Documents for Virtual Worlds.
First Monday, 2008

Citizen-centered e-government services: benefits, costs, and research needs.
Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, 2008

Designing community-based emergency communication system: A preliminary study.
Proceedings of the People Transforming Information - Information Transforming People, 2008

Civic engagement, youth, and community: The role of place, education, information, and technology in shaping civic and political discourse (SIG-KM).
Proceedings of the People Transforming Information - Information Transforming People, 2008

2007
Information policy, information access, and democratic participation: The national and international implications of the Bush administration's information politics.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2007

The Looming Infrastructure Plateau? Space, Funding, Connection Speed, and the Ability of Public Libraries to meet the Demand for Free Internet Access.
First Monday, 2007

Social capital and information science research.
Proceedings of the Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information Science, 2007

Community Response Grids for Older Adults: Motivations, Usability, and Sociability.
Proceedings of the Reaching New Heights. 13th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2007

2006
The 2004 and 2005 Gulf Coast Hurricanes: Evolving Roles and Lessons Learned for Public Libraries in Disaster Preparedness and Community Services.
Public Libr. Q., 2006

The Policy Implications of Internet Connectivity in Public Libraries.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2006

Assessing Section 508 compliance on federal e-government Web sites: A multi-method, user-centered evaluation of accessibility for persons with disabilities.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2006

User-centered e-government: Challenges and benefits for government Web sites.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2006

Public access computing and Internet access in public libraries: The role of public libraries in e-government and emergency situations.
First Monday, 2006

2005
Deliberative democracy and the conceptual foundations of electronic government.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2005

Developing multi-method, iterative, and user-centered evaluation strategies for digital libraries: Functionality, usability, and accessibility.
Proceedings of the Sparking Synergies: Bringing Research and Practice Together, 2005

2004
The effects of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in public libraries and its implications for research: A statistical, policy, and legal analysis.
J. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol., 2004

Potential legal challenges to the application of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in public libraries: Strategies and issues.
First Monday, 2004

2003
E-government around the world: lessons, challenges, and future directions.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2003

The impact of the USA Patriot Act on collection and analysis of personal information under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2003

The endless wire: e-government as global phenomenon.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2003

Curtailing online education in the name of homeland security: The USA PATRIOT Act, SEVIS, and international students in the United States.
First Monday, 2003

2002
The structures of centralized governmental privacy protection: approaches, models, and analysis.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2002

Constitutional principles and E-government: an opinion about possible effects of Federalism and the separation of powers on E-government policies.
Gov. Inf. Q., 2002


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