Niall Hayes
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Cultural values, plagiarism, and fairness: When plagiarism gets in the way of learning
N Hayes, LD Introna
Ethics & Behavior 15 (3), 213-231, 2005
Participation in groupware-mediated communities of practice: a socio-political analysis of knowledge working
N Hayes, G Walsham
Information and Organization 11 (4), 263-288, 2001
On sociomaterial imbrications: What plagiarism detection systems reveal and why it matters
LD Introna, N Hayes
Information and Organization 21 (2), 107-122, 2011
Knowledge sharing and ICTs: A relational perspective
N Hayes, G Walsham
The Blackwell handbook of organizational learning and knowledge management†…, 2003
Cultural attitudes towards plagiarism
L Introna, N Hayes, L Blair, E Wood
Lancaster: University of Lancaster, 1-57, 2003
Boundless and bounded interactions in the knowledge work process: the role of groupware technologies
N Hayes
Information and organization 11 (2), 79-101, 2001
Competing interpretations of computer-supported cooperative work in organizational contexts
N Hayes, G Walsham
Organization 7 (1), 49-67, 2000
Context and the processes of ICT for development
N Hayes, C Westrup
Information and organization 22 (1), 23-36, 2012
Safe enclaves, political enclaves and knowledge working
N Hayes, G Walsham
Managing knowledge: Critical investigations of work and learning, 69-87, 2000
Conceptions of control and IT artefacts: an institutional account of the Amazon rainforest monitoring system
R Raj„o, N Hayes
Journal of Information Technology 24 (4), 320-331, 2009
Systems for the production of plagiarists? The implications arising from the use of plagiarism detection systems in UK universities for Asian learners
N Hayes, L Introna
Journal of Academic Ethics 3 (1), 55-73, 2005
Competing institutional logics and sustainable development: the case of geographic information systems in Brazil's Amazon region
N Hayes, R Raj„o
Information Technology for Development 17 (1), 4-23, 2011
Power and organizational transformation through technology: Hybrids of electronic government
BP Bloomfield, N Hayes
Organization Studies 30 (5), 461-487, 2009
Work-arounds and boundary crossing in a high tech optronics company: The role of co-operative workflow technologies
N Hayes
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 9 (3), 435-455, 2000
Information technology and the possibilities for knowledge sharing
N Hayes
Handbook of organizational learning and knowledge management, 83-104, 2011
Growth in ICT uptake in developing countries: new users, new uses, new challenges
C Avgerou, N Hayes, RL La Rovere
Journal of Information Technology 31 (4), 329-333, 2016
Institutionalizing change in a high-technology optronics company: The role of information and communication technologies
N Hayes
Human Relations 61 (2), 243-269, 2008
Consultants as intermediaries and mediators in the construction of information and communication technologies for development
N Hayes, C Westrup
Information Technologies and International Development 10 (2), 19-32, 2014
Power/knowledge and impact assessment: Creating new spaces for expertise in international development
N Hayes, C Westrup
New Technology, Work and Employment 27 (1), 9-22, 2012
Alienation and plagiarism: Coping with otherness in our assessment practice
N Hayes
The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, 2003
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