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Research Output for Kamaljeet Sandhu

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

2003 School of Information Technology

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2003) End-user experience with information in Web-based electronic service : a case study, in Hanisch, Jo; Falconer, Don; Horrocks, Sam and Hillier, Matthew (eds), Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, pp. 285-295, University of South Australia, Adelaide, S. Aust. [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2003) Web-based electronic service adoption model (E-SAM), in Hanisch, Jo; Falconer, Don; Horrocks, Sam and Hillier, Matthew (eds), Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, pp. 420-432, University of South Australia, Adelaide, S. Aust. [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian J. (2003) End-user control in web-based electronic services : a case study, in Hanisch; Falconer; Horrocks and Hillier (eds), PACIS 2003 : Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, pp. 541-551, PACIS, Adelaide, S.Aust [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

2003 External

Sandhu, Kamaljeet* and Corbitt, Brian (2003) Testing the design for Web-based electronic services acceptance model (E-SAM), in Lethbridge, Nick (eds), 14th Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2003, Perth, Western Australia, 26-28 November, 2003 : delivering IT and e-business value in networked environments, pp. 1-10, We-B Centre, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, W.A. [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

2002 School of Information and Business Analytics

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2002) Insights and implications of web-based e-service end-user adoption, in McColl-Kennedy, Janet R. and Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn (eds), Proceedings of the International Services Marketing Conference 2002 : Emerging issues in services marketing: emotions, e-marketing and encounters : Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 3-5 July 2002, Graduate School of Management, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Qld. [E2]
DRO entry for this publication

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2002) Exploring and understanding of web-based e-service end-user adoption, IFIP TC8 WG8.6 International Working Conference on Diffusion, Adoption, and Implementation of Information Technology : the adoption and diffusion of IT in an environment of critical change, pp. 32-57, Pearson Publishing Service, Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. [L1]
DRO entry for this publication

2002 School of Information Technology

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2002) Implementing web-based electronic services : a case study, in Wenn, Andrew; McGrath, Michael and Burstein, Frada (eds), Enabling organisations and society through information systems : proceedings of the thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems : 4-6 December 2002 Melbourne, Australia, pp. 699-709, School of Information Systems, Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic. [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

Sandhu, Kamaljeet and Corbitt, Brian (2002) Insights and implications of web-based e-service end-user adoption, in McColl-Kennedy, Janet R. and Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn (eds), Proceedings of the International Services Marketing Conference 2002 : Emerging issues in services marketing: emotions, e-marketing and encounters : Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 3-5 July 2002, pp. 143-145, Graduate School of Management, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Qld. [E3]
DRO entry for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

No grants and/or consultancies found or audited – the 2014 HERDC financial return has not been completed or loaded as yet.

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Kamaljeet Sandhu

No completions found or audited.

Legend:
* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

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23rd July 2011