Journal articles, books and conference papers

This page provides citations to my journal, book and conference paper publications, with links to full-text material where available. If you have difficulties in accessing any of the items below, please e-mail me at h.hall@napier.ac.uk.

My other publications can be found on the following pages:

2017 (in press)
Appleton, A., Hall, H., Duff, A., & Raeside, R. (2017 in press). Using a longitudinal focus group methodology to measure the value and impact of public libraries. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries.

2017 (in press)
Hall, H., Cruickshank, P. & Ryan, B. (2017 in press). Exploring information literacy through the lens of Activity Theory. In: Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL2017). New York: Springer. [Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2017 (in press)
Buunk, I., Hall, H. & Smith, C.F. (2017 in press). Skills in sight: how social media affordances increase network awareness. In: Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM) 2017. Reading: Academic Conferences Ltd. [Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2017
Buunk, I., Hall, H., & Smith, C.F. (2017). Tacit knowledge sharing: the determination of a methodological approach to explore the intangible. Information Research, 22(1). [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2017
Mowbray, J., Hall, H., Raeside, R., Robertson, P. (2017). The role of networking and social media tools during job search: an information behaviour perspective. Information Research, 22(1). [Full text available from publisher.]

2016
Hall, H.. & Raeside, R. (2016). Mapping the UK information workforce in the library, archives, records, information management, knowledge management and related professions. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting, 53(1), 1-4. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Ryan, F., Cruickshank, P., Hall, H., & Lawson, A. (2016). Managing and evaluating personal reputations on the basis of information shared on social media: a Generation X perspective. Information Research, 21(4). [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Killick, L., Duff, A.S., Deakin, M. & Hall, H. (2016). Power to the population? The population census under review. In: Proceedings of the Asian Conference on Technology, Information and Society (ACTIS) 2015. (pp. 27-34). Aichi, Japan: The International Academic Forum (IAFOR). [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Mowbray, J., Raeside, R., Hall, H. & Robertson, P. (2016). Social networking sites and employment status: an investigation based on Understanding Society data. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Data Information and Information Management Conference (IDIMC). (pp. 75-85). Loughborough: LISU. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Ryan, F., Cruickshank, P., Hall, H., & Lawson, A. (2016). Personal online reputation: the development of an approach to investigate how personal reputation is evaluated and managed in online environments. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Data Information and Information Management Conference (IDIMC). (pp. 98-108). Loughborough: LISU. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Rasmussen, L. & Hall, H. (2016). The adoption process in Management Innovation: a Knowledge Management case study. Journal of Information Science, 42(3), 356-368. (DOI  [Published version available from publisher with subscription access; full-text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2016
Killick, L., Hall, H., Duff, A. & Deakin, M. (2016). The census as an information source in public policy-making. Journal of Information Science, 42(3), 386-395. (DOI 10.1177/0165551516628471.) [Published version available from publisher with subscription access; full-text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2015
Irvine, R. & Hall, H. (2015). Factors, frameworks and theory: a review of the information systems literature on success factors in project management. Information Research 20(3). [Full text available from publisher; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2015
Rudman, H., Benyon, D., & Hall, H. (2015). A framework for the transformation of the incumbent creative industries in a digital age. In: Albino, V., Spender, J., Schiuma, G. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 10th International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics, 1391-1403. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2014
Hall, H. (2014, November). In Ada’s name. Holyrood Magazine science supplement, p. 17. (First published at theconversation.com.)

2014
Jarman, D., Theodoraki, E., Hall, H., & Ali-Knight, J. (2014). Social network analysis and festival cities: an exploration of concepts, literature and methods. International Journal of Event and Festival Management 5(3), 311-322 [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier respository.]

2014
Auernhammer, J. & Hall, H. (2014). Organizational culture in knowledge creation, creativity and innovation: towards the Freiraum model. Journal of Information Science 40(2), 154-166. (DOI 10.1177/0165551513508356.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2013
Hall, H. (2013). Foreword. In M.J. Grant, B. Sen & H. Spring (Eds.), Research, evaluation and audit: key steps in demonstrating your value. London: Facet. [Further details of the book available.]

2013
Cooke, L. & Hall, H. (2013). Facets of DREaM: a Social Network Analysis exploring network development in the UK LIS research community. Journal of Documentation, 69(6), 786-806. (DOI: 10.1108/JD-09-2012-0124.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2012
Cruickshank, P., Hall, H. & Irving, C. (2012). The right resources to support LIS research: findings from the RiLIES2 project poll. Library and Information Research, 36 (113), 24-31. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2012
Hall, H., Irving, C., & Cruickshank, P. (2012). Improving access to Library and Information Science research: maximizing its relevance and impact to practitioners. Business Information Review, 29(4), 224-230. (DOI 10.1177/0266382112470413.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2012
Hall, H. & Oppenheim, C. (2012). The possible DREaM: developing LIS research excellence. CILIP Update, May, 32-33.

2011
Hall, H. (2011). Project output versus influence in practice: impact as a dimension of research quality. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 6(4). [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; slides from the associated keynote conference presentation available.]

2011
Hall, H. (2011). A DREaM come true. Journal of Information Literacy, 5(2). [Full text avialable from publisher.]

2011
Hall, H., Kenna, S. & Oppenheim, C. (2011). The rationale for the DREaM: Developing Research Excellence and Methods Project. Library and Information Research, 35(110), 43-49. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2011
Hall, H. (2011). Relationship and role transformations in social media environments. The Electronic Library, 29 (4), 421-428. (DOI 10.1108/02640471111156704.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; slides from the associated keynote conference presentation also available.]

2011
Lumsden, J., Hall, H. & Cruickshank, P. (2011). Ontology definition and construction, and epistemological adequacy for systems interoperability: a practitioner analysis. Journal of Information Science 37(3), 246-253. (DOI 10.1177/0165551511401804.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2011
Hall, H. (2011). UK library and information science research matters. Library and Information Science Research, 33(1), 89-91 (DOI 10.1016/j.lisr.2010.06.001.) [Full text of available from publisher with subscription access; full text of manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository] .

2010
Loudon, L. & Hall, H. (2010). From triviality to business tool: the case of Twitter in information services delivery. Business Information Review, 27(4), 236-241. (DOI 10.1177/0266382110390480.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2010
Hall, H. & Clapton, J. (2010). Research: why bother? Public Library Journal, 25(3), 18-21. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2010
Hall, H. & Brazier, C. (2010). Implementing a co-ordinated and strategic approach to Library and Information Science research: the work of the UK Library and Information Science Research Coalition. In Proceedings of the 76th International Federation of Library Associations General Conference and Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden August 10-15 2010. [Full text available from publisher; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; slides from the associated conference presentation also available.]

2010
Hall, H., Widen, G. & Paterson, L. (2010). Not what you know, nor who you know, but who you know already: examining online information sharing behaviours through the lens of social exchange theory. Libri, 60(2), 117-128. (DOI 10.1515/libr.2010.011.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2010
Hall, H. (2010). Promoting the priorities of practitioner research engagement. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 42(2), 83-88. ((DOI 10.1177/0961000610363978.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2010
Schwartz, C. & Hernon, P. with Burnett, G., Hall. H., Kazmer, M., Pomerantz, J., Savolainen, R., & Thelwell, M. (2010). Some thoughts on peer review. Library and Information Science Research, 32(1), 13-15. (DOI 10.1016/j.lisr.2009.12.003.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2009
Hall, H. (2009). Social computing environments: where lie opportunity and risk? City Information Group Yearbook 2009. London: CiG.

2008
Hall, H. (2008). Realising the potential of technology tools: expecting the unexpected. In Proceedings of 32nd International Online Meeting, London, 2-4 December 2008.  [PDF of manuscript available, including associated conference presentation slides.]

2008
Hall, H., & Widen-Wulff, G. (2008). Social exchange, social capital and information sharing in online environments: lessons from three case studies. Studia Humaniora Ouluensia, 8, 73-86. [Full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2008
Shoniwa, P. & Hall, H. (2008). Library 2.0 and UK academic libraries: drivers and impacts. New Review of Information Networking, 14(2), 69-79. (DOI 10.1080.13614570801899975.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2007
Hall, H. & Davison, B. (2007). Social software as support in hybrid learning environments: the value of the blog as a tool for reflective learning and peer support. Library and Information Science Research, 29(2), 163-187. (DOI 10.1016/j.lisr.2007.04.007.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; slides from the associated conference presentation also available.]

2007
Goody, M. & Hall, H. (2007). Better out than in? Issues and implications of outsourced research and information services for business information professionals. Business Information Review, 25(1), 36-42. (DOI 10.1177/0266382107075927.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2007
Hall, H. & Goody, M. (2007). KM culture and compromise – interventions to promote knowledge sharing supported by technology in corporate environments. Journal of Information Science, 33(2), 181-188. (DOI 0165551506070708.) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository. The content of this article was developed from a conference presentation for which the full text and slides from the associated conference presentation are also available. This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2006
Hall, H. & Goody, M. (2006). The sense of outsourcing: the viability of outsourcing business research and information services. Library and Information Research, 30(96), 13-24. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository. This article was developed from a PowerPoint presentation delivered to the project sponsors.]

2006
Hall, H. & Abell, A. (2006). Who is managing information? Opportunities in the e-information market place. In H. Jezzard (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th International Online Meeting, London, November 28-30 2006 (pp. 39-44). London: VNU. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2006
Hall, H. & Abell, A. (2006). New role realities: avenues for extending the reach of information specialists. American Society of Information Science and Technology Annual Conference, November 3-8, Austin, Texas. [Full text available from publisher; full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repositoryassociated poster presentation available.]

2005
Kelleher, Z. & Hall, H. (2005). Response to risk: experts and end-user perspectives on e-mail security, and the role of the business information professional in policy development. Business Information Review, 22(1), 46-52. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2004
Beasley, N., Davison, B., & Hall, H. (2004). Using online discussion to support activities in online tutorials. In Remenyi, D. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on eLearning, Université de Paris Dauphine, Paris, France, November 25-26, 2004 (pp. 7-14).  [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2004
Hall, H. (2004). The intranet as actor: the role of the intranet in knowledge sharing. In Proceedings of the international workshop on understanding sociotechnical action, 3-4 June 2004, Edinburgh, Scotland, 109-111. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; slides from associated conference presentation also available. This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2004
Hall, H., & Graham, D. (2004). Creation and recreation: motivating collaboration to generate knowledge capital in online communities. International Journal of Information Management, 24(3), 235-246. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier respository; slides from associated conference presentation also available.]

2003
Hall, H. (2003). Borrowed theory: applying exchange theories in information science research. Library and Information Science Research, 25(3), 287-306. (DOI 10.1006/S0740-8188(03)000318.) [Full text available from publisher.] This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2002
Horton, K., Davenport, D., Hall, H., & Rosenbaum, H. (2002). Internet simulations for teaching, learning and research: an investigation of e-commerce interactions and practice in the Virtual Economy. Education for Information, 20(3/4), 237-252. [Full text of published version available.]

2002
Hall, H. (2002). Exploring knowledge sharing in distributed organisations: report on research in progress. In Proceedings of KMSS 2002: the new scope of knowledge management in theory and in practice, 2-6 September, Nice, France. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository. This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2002
Hall, H. (2002). Sharing capability: the development of a framework to investigate knowledge sharing in distributed organizations. In Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning and Capabilities, 5-6 April, Athens, Greece (CD ROM). Athens: Alba. [Manuscript of full text paper available; slides from associated conference presentation also available. This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2002
Davenport E. & Hall, H. (2002). Organizational knowledge and communities of practice. In B. Cronin (Ed.). Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (Vol. 36, pp. 171-227). Medford NJ: Information Today. (DOI 10.1002/aris.1440360105.) [Full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2001
Hall, H. (2001). Input-friendliness: motivating knowledge sharing across intranets. Journal of Information Science 27(3) 139-146 (DOI 10.1177/016555150102700303) [Full text available from publisher with subscription access. This paper was republished in December 2001 in the Proceedings of the 25th International Online Meeting with the kind permission Bowker (publisher of the Journal of Information Science); slides from the associated conference presentation also available. This work is related to Hazel Hall’s PhD.]

2001
Davenport, E. & Hall, H. (2001). New knowledge and micro-level online organization: ‘communities of practice’ as a development framework. In R. Sprague (Ed.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (CD ROM). Los Alamitos: IEEE. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access; full text available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

2000
Gillham, M. & Hall, H. (2000). Evaluating a business information sources online course. EContent, October/November, 55-63. [Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository; full text available from publisher.]

2000
Hall, H. (2000). Online information sources: tools of business intelligence? Journal of Information Science, 26(3), 137-141. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

2000
Hall, H. & Jones, A.M. (2000). Show off the corporate library. International Journal of Information Management, 20(2), 121-130. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

1999
Gillham, M. & Hall, H. (1999). Alive on the internet: A user centred evaluation of BIS-Online. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 5, 61-79. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

1999
Hall, H. (1999). Recreating community: a virtual case study. Education for Information, September, 253-258. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

1998
Hall, H. (1998). The Internet for media and cultural studies. UKOLUG Newsletter, July/August 1998, 33-36.

1998
Burke, M.E. & Hall, H. (1998). Navigating business information sources: a practical guide for information managers. London: Library Association.

1998
Hall, H. (1998). Knowledge management or information overload? The contribution the special library can make to the knowledge management of an organisation. ADLG Newsletter, 10(1), 8-10.

1998
Hall, H. & Burke, M.E. (1998). Resetting the compass for the new business information landscape. Business Information Review, 15(1), 22-26. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access.]

1998
Hall, H. (1998). Networked information: dealing with overload. In Proceedings of Information Scotland 1997, Strathclyde Business School, November 4th 1997 (pp. 37-44). Paisley: LACIG Scotland. [PDF of manuscript available.]

1997
Hall, H. & Smith, N. (1997). You’ll wish it was all over: the bibliographic control of grey literature with reference to print football fanzines. Serials, 10(2), 189-194. [Full text available from publisher.]

1996
Hall, H. & Read, T. (1996). Java: an explosion on the Internet. In D.I Raitt & B. Jeapes (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th International Online Meeting, London, December 3-5 1996 (pp. 49-55). Oxford: Learned Information. [Full text of accepted manuscript available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

1996
Hall, H. & Russell, A. (1996). Resource management in an electronic environment: company library Web pages and collection development principles. In D.I Raitt & B. Jeapes (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th International Online Meeting, London, December 3-5 1996 (pp. 471-475). Oxford: Learned Information.

1996
Hall, H. (1996). Acquisitions, alliances, concerns and futures. Online and CD Notes, July/August 1996, 3-4.

1996
Hall, H. (1996). Setting the context for teaching business information. Aslib Proceedings, 48(1), 9-15. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access. Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

1995
Hall, H. & Butler, A. (1995). Mergers and take-overs in the online industry: impacts on information services provision and user satisfaction. In D.I Raitt & B. Jeapes (Eds.) Proceedings of the 19th International Online Meeting, London, December 5 – 7 1995 (pp. 267-279). Oxford: Learned Information.

1995
Hall, H. (1995). A visit to the offices of Yahoo. Inform, November, 3.

1994
Hall, H. Information strategy: a new item for the textile industry’s agenda. Journal of the Textile Institute, 85(4), 533-541. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access. Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

1994
Hall, H. & Gillham, M. (1994). Information management in local government: an undergraduate model. ALGIS Newsletter, Summer, 3.

1994
Hall, H. (1994). Information strategy and manufacturing industry – case studies in the Scottish textile industry. International Journal of Information Management, 14(4), 281-294. [Full text available from publisher with subscription access. Abstract available from the Edinburgh Napier repository.]

1994
Hall, H. (1994). Information networking in France. Inform, June, 6.

1994
Hall, H. (1994). The first destination job: the potential of personal skills. Managing Information, 1(2), 22-24.

1992
Hall, H. (1992). Drifting into the right place at the right time. Inform, October, 6-7.

1992
Hall, H. (1992). Using a bibliographic software package. Inform, September, 5.

1991
Hall, H. (1991). Newspapers, indexing and the new technology. Inform, January/February, 4.

1989
Hall, H. (1989). Effective speaking. Open Access, 32(2), 15.

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