Theses papers have been published in the latest issue of Online Information Review:
Why do members contribute knowledge to online communities?
User evaluation of textual results clustering for web search,
Understanding the consistent use of internet health information,
Three-dimensional context-aware tailoring of information,
How to improve trust toward electronic banking,
Antecedents and consequences of trust in online product recommendations: An empirical study in social shopping,
Genre analysis of bookmarked webpages,
Pragmatic issues in calculating and comparing the quantity and quality of research through rating and ranking of researchers based on peer reviews and bibliometric indicators from Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar.