Rob Kling mainly investigates Knowledge management, Social informatics, Information system, Public relations and Scholarly communication. His research integrates issues of Goods and services, Perception, Flexibility and Information and Communications Technology in his study of Knowledge management. His Social informatics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social organization, Permission and Library science.
His Information system study combines topics in areas such as Information technology, Control, Variety, Humanism and Normative. The various areas that Rob Kling examines in his Public relations study include Information and Computer Science, Technological utopianism and Value. He has researched Scholarly communication in several fields, including Computer-mediated communication, The Internet, Electronic publishing and Scientific communication.
Rob Kling mostly deals with Knowledge management, Public relations, Social informatics, Information system and The Internet. In his research on the topic of Knowledge management, Information and Computer Science and Management is strongly related with Information technology. His work focuses on many connections between Public relations and other disciplines, such as Value, that overlap with his field of interest in Electronic funds transfer.
His study explores the link between Social informatics and topics such as Library science that cross with problems in World Wide Web. The The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Internet privacy and Scholarly communication. His Scholarly communication study incorporates themes from Discipline, Electronic publishing and Scientific communication.
Rob Kling spends much of his time researching Social informatics, Knowledge management, World Wide Web, The Internet and Public relations. Rob Kling interconnects Information science, Library science, Sociotechnical system and Data science in the investigation of issues within Social informatics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Information and Communications Technology, Construct, Information economy and Power in addition to Knowledge management.
His Information and Communications Technology research focuses on subjects like Information system, which are linked to Goods and services. His The Internet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer security, Professional communication, Internet privacy and Scholarly communication. His Public relations research integrates issues from Social organization, Professional development, Secrecy and Learning community.
Rob Kling focuses on The Internet, Social informatics, Knowledge management, Scholarly communication and Information and Communications Technology. His studies deal with areas such as Computer security, Professional communication, Publishing and Internet privacy as well as The Internet. His study in Social informatics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer-mediated communication and Library science.
His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Professional development and Learning community. His research integrates issues of Discipline, World Wide Web, Set and Scientific communication in his study of Scholarly communication. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social relation, Construct, Perception and Information system.
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Social Analyses of Computing: Theoretical Perspectives in Recent Empirical Research
ACM Computing Surveys (1980)
Reconceptualizing users as social actors in information systems research
Roberta Lamb;Rob Kling.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2003)
The Web of Computing: Computer Technology as Social Organization
Rob Kling;Walt Scacchi.
Students' frustrations with a Web-based distance education course
Noriko Hara;Rob Kling.
First Monday (1999)
Designing for Virtual Communities in the Service of Learning
Sasha Barab;Rob Kling;James H. Gray;Roy Pea.
Designing for Virtual Communities in the Service of Learning (2004)
Learning About Information Technologies and Social Change: The Contribution of Social Informatics
The Information Society (2000)
Computerization and controversy: value conflicts and social choices
Charles Dunlop;Rob Kling.
Students' Distress with a Web-based Distance Education Course:
Noriko Hara;Rob Kling.
Information, Communication & Society (2000)
Not just a matter of time: field differences and the shaping of electronic media in supporting scientific communication
Rob Kling;Geoffrey McKim.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2000)
The control of information systems developments after implementation
Rob Kling;Suzanne Iacono.
Communications of The ACM (1984)
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