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If you build it, they won’t come: What motivates employees to create and share tagged content: A theoretical model and empirical validation
The purpose of this paper is to investigate factors influencing employees’ knowledge-sharing behavior on social tagging supported systems. Using the strong theoretical background of the well-known technology acceptance model ...
Illusions of a “Bond”: tagging cultural products across online platforms
Most studies pertaining to social tagging focus on one platform or platform type, thus limiting the scope of their findings. The purpose of this paper is to explore social tagging practices across four platforms in relation ...
Applying a 3-D hedonic concept of intrinsic motivation on the acceptance of social tagging tools: A theoretical model and empirical validation
Participation in and adding content to social tagging tools is important for these tools to achieve their purpose of classifying and organizing information. Users of social tagging tools are driven to participate and add ...
OPACs, users, and readers’ advisory: Exploring the implication of user-generated content for readers’ advisory in Canadian public librarie
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
This article examines the contribution of social discovery platforms and user-generated content (UGC) on readers’ advisory (RA) services in Canadian public libraries. Grounded Theory was used to conduct a content analysis ...
Expanding the scope of affect: Taxonomy construction for emotions, tones, and associations
The purpose of this paper is to provide an examination of emotional experiences, particularly how they are situated in the readers’ advisory (RA) literature and the literatures from a variety of outside disciplines in order ...
In the readers’ own words: How user content in the catalog can enhance readers’ advisory services
(American Library Association, 2016)