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An Assessment of Human-Computer Interaction Research

Access to new resource useful for ICT project management added to PM World Library

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Venkata Srikanth Varma Datla

14 March 2018 – Rome, Italy – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library (PMWL) related to project management in the information and communication technology sector. The new resource is titled “An Assessment Of Human-Computer Interaction Research In Management Information Systems.” Originally published by School Of Information Studies, Syracuse University, this 2004 paper is by Ping Zhang & Na Li.

Human–Computer Interaction (HCI) or Human Factors studies is an emerging subfield of Management Information Systems (MIS), which is concerned with the ways humans interact with information technologies and tasks, especially in business, managerial, organizational, and cultural contexts. To date, few studies have either synthesized existing studies or drawn an overview picture of the HCI subfield in MIS. This paper provides a framework of broad HCI issues and concerns.

Go to the Industries and Organizations section of the PMWL at, click on “ICT” scroll down to “papers” to find this interesting resource. Must be registered as Free Trial, Professional or Scholar member and logged in to access.