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Barratt, C.C., Acheson, P., & Luken, E. (2010). Reference models in the electronic library: The Miller Learning Center at the University of Georgia. Reference Services Review 8(1), 44
The authors of this article provide the most effective ways of providing support to the patrons of the large university to ease the undertaking of activities within its electronic library. The authors conducted research to evaluate the effectiveness of different models of providing research services for the students in a large research university, hence, its strength. The study is important for the study as it provides information about the different models that can be used in providing a better architecture for a research library for the universities involved in research.
Author Note: the authors have vast experiences as librarians and researchers in different universities. Barratt works with the Miller Learning Center as an instruction librarian. Acheson works with Public library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County alongside being a blogger. Luken works with Miller Learning Center as a librarian and library instructor.
Bernard, S.A. (2012). An introduction to enterprise architecture. AuthorHouse.
The author of the book provides an analysis of the strategies used to move enterprise architecture to a system driven enterprise rather than the traditional process level view. Cumulatively, the book provides insights into the different ways in which the enterprise architecture can be dynamited based on the best applicable and proven knowledge of enterprise architecture development. The fact that the author uses historical experiences to build a strategy for modernizing enterprise architecture forms its strength. In addition, the ability of the author to incorporate ideas from practitioner books into information suitable for undergraduate, hence, suitable for the study. The book is important for the study as it provides multifaceted alternatives for improving the nature of enterprise architecture and providing information on the emerging trends and issues affecting enterprise architecture.
Author's Note: Bernard has vast experience as architecture. He works as the Federal Chief Enterprise Architect in the Office of Management and Budget. His experience makes the book desirable for the study.
Betz, C.T. (2007). Architecture and patterns for IT service management, resource planning, and governance, making shoes for the cobbler's children. Amsterdam: Elsevier/Morgan Kaufmann.
The author provides insights into the ways in which information technology supports efficient running of operations in different sectors. The fact that the author provides different visual models for managing challenging problems that face the IT sector forms its strength. The use of a personal experience by the author supports the facts he presents related to the issues facing the IT sector. The book is important for the study as it provides insights into the ways of integrating IT, data, and process management to ensure development of effective enterprise architecture. It is the second edition of a similar version and provides detailed understanding of issues related to enterprise architecture.
Author's Note: Charles has vast experience as an architect. He works as the Research Director for IT Portfolio Management Enterprise Management Associates. He has published various books, including Architecture and Patterns for IT: Service Management, Portfolio Management, and Governance, first and the second edition.
Bigot, L.L., Jamet, E., Rouet, J., & Amiel, V. (2006). Mode and modal transfer effects on Performance and discourse organization with information retrieval dialogue system in natural language. Computers in Human Behavior, 22(3), 467-500.
The authors present an analysis of the effects of different learning modes including spoken and written on the performance of the users and interaction between the users and the natural language dialogue system. The use of a longitudinal study to provide an understanding of the effects of the modal and mode transfers on the performance of the users from the strength of the article. The practical use of written vs. spoken modes also provides strength to the article. The article is important for the study as it provides indulgence into the means in which different modes and modal transfers affect enterprise architecture.
Authors Note: Bigot works as a lecturer and the director of information systems at the University of Poitiers. Jamet works as a professor and researcher in the Centre for Research in Psychology, the University of Rennes. Rouet works as a professor at the University of Poitiers and a research at the French National Center for Scientific Research. Amiel works as a lecturer at the University of Poitiers, France.
Bowman, I., Godfrey, M., & Holt, R. (2000). Connecting architecture reconstruction frameworks. Information and Software Technology, 42(2), 91-102
The authors of the article bridge the gap identified from past studies that have failed to create an understanding of the problem associated with connecting software level frameworks. The study takes a comparative analysis of the standalone tools and software architecture that promotes understanding of the software systems, thereby, its strength. The article is important for the study as it provides insights into the different software architecture used for developing an efficient system of processes management.
Authors Note: the authors appear to have vast knowledge in information and software technology. Bowman works as a professor and a researcher at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Godfrey works as an associate professor at the same university as Bowman. Holt works as a professor for software technology and systems at the same university as the above authors.
Cameron, B., & McMillan, E. (2013). Analyzing the current trends in enterprise architecture frameworks. Journal of Enterprise Architecture, (February).
The authors provide an understanding of the difference in the features of the different enterprise architecture frameworks and methods of assisting organizations make sound decisions when choosing their enterprise architecture frameworks. The use of cross-sectional survey to acquire information on the difference between the different enterprise architecture systems forms the strength of the article. The article is important for the study as it gives information on the factors to consider when selecting an enterprise architecture that is effective for the organization. The article also provides a global perspective of different enterprise architectures, hence, its applicability to the study.
Authors Note: the authors have vast knowledge in information science and technology building alongside enterprise architecture. Cameron is the Executive Director at the Center for Enterprise Architecture. McMillan is a professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada.
Camarinha-Matos, L., Paraskakis, I., & Afsarmanesh, H. (2009). Leveraging knowledge for innovation in collaborative networks: 10th IFIP WG 5.5 working conference on virtual enterprises, PRO-VE 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece, October 7-9, 2009. proceedings. Berlin: Springer.
The book provides a critical analysis of a collaborative network of systems suitable for the enterprises (small and medium) that do not have the critical mass and can benefit from co-innovation networks. The authors illuminate the light into the collaborative paradigms of the network that can be used by organizations to establish enterprise the network that focuses on high performing consortia for organizations. The book is suitable for the study as it provides insights to the collaborative networks for developing organizational enterprise networks alongside the cultural, ethical, value systems, and capital aspects that influence the establishment and choice of enterprise systems applicable for the organization.
Authors Notes: the authors have vast knowledge and experience in information technology and enterprise architecture. Camarinha-Matos works as a full professor of computer science at the New University of Lisbon. Paraskakis works as a senior lecturer and research officer at the International Faculty, City College. Afsarmanesh is the professor of Computer Science at the University of Amsterdam.
Das, T.K., & Mishra, M.R. (2011). A Study on Challenges and Opportunities in Master DataManagement. International Journal of Database Management Systems, 3(2), 129-139.
The article provides an understanding that despite the benefits of enterprise architecture, significant challenges might affect the realization of the desired objectives of the program. Therefore, the authors outline the challenges that affect implementation of the Master Data Management and the long-term benefits of embracing responsive strategies against them. The article is important for the study as it provides two-sided analysis of the MDM management, hence, providing caution for the process.
Authors Notes: Das is a retired professor and fellow of the UGC Emeritus. Mishra works as a professor at the Central University Hyderabad.
Espinosa, J.A., Boh, W.F., & DeLone, W. (2011, January). The organizational impact of enterprise architecture: a research framework. In System Sciences (HICSS), 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on (pp. 1-10). IEEE.
The article provides an understanding of the benefits associated with the use of Enterprise architecture of an organization. The article shows that enterprise architecture ensures standardization and coordination of the systems, thereby, effective management of operations. The article is important for the study as it provides an understanding of the benefits of the enterprise architecture adoption by the organization. The strength of the article depends on its use of factual analysis of its benefits to the organization.
Authors Notes: Espinosa is the Chair of the Information Technology Department and a professor of information technology and Kogod research professor at the American University. Boh works as an associate professor at the Nanyang Business School, Singapore. DeLone is an associate professor of information systems and chair of the information technology…[continue]
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