Dr. Ping Zhang's Research Streams and Publications

Publications by Research Streams

(Books, Journals, and Proceedings)

Dr. Ping Zhang

Professor

School of Information Studies

Syracuse University

 

Last modified: 2014.04.26

 

 

Social Commerce

1.      Curty, Renata and Ping Zhang (Forthcoming 2013), Website Features that Gave Rise to Social Commerce: A Historical Analysis, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (ECRA), Vol. 12. (Pre-pub PDF)

2.      Zhang, Ping, Lina Zhou and Hans-Dieter Zimmerman (Forthcoming 2013), Advances in Social Commerce Research, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (ECRA), Vol. 12

3.      Zhou, Lina, Ping Zhang, and Hans-Dieter Zimmerman (2013), Social Commerce Research: An Integrated View, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (ECRA), Vol. 12, Issue 2, 61-68. (Pre-pub PDF)

4.      Wang Chingning & Ping Zhang (2012), The Evolution of Social Commerce: An Examination from the People, Business, Technology, and Information Perspective, Communications of the AIS (CAIS). Vol. 31, Article 5, 105-127 (PDF)

5.      Curty, Renata, & Ping Zhang (2011), Social Commerce: Looking Back and Forward, Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2011 (PDF)

 

Human-Centered ICT Development Methodology & Design Science

Human-Centered ICT Development Methodology

1.      Liu, Fang, Meiyun Zuo & Ping Zhang (2011), Human-Machine Function Allocation in Information Systems: A Comprehensive Approach, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), Brisbane, Australia, July 2011 (PDF)

2.      Te’eni, Dov, Jane Carey, & Ping Zhang, Human-Computer Interaction: Developing Effective Organizational Information Systems. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007

3.      Zhang, Ping, Jane Carey, Dov Te’eni, and Marilyn Tremaine (2005), Incorporating HCI Development into SDLC: A Methodology, Communications of the AIS (CAIS), Vol. 15, Article 29, April, pp. 512-543 (PDF)

4.      Ping Zhang, Jane Carey, Dov Te’eni, & Marilyn Tremaine (2004), Integrating Human-Computer Interaction Development into SDLC: A Methodology, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS04), NYC, August 2004. (PDF)

5.      Zhang, Ping (1989), The Design and Implementation of MISDBGS -- An MIS-oriented Database Generating System, Proceedings of Beijing International Symposium for Young Computer Professionals, Beijing, China, August

6.      Yang, Fu-Qing, She-Wei Tang, and Ping Zhang (1989), First Research on Problems in Generating MIS, Computer Technology (Chinese), January 1989

7.      Yang, Fu-Qing, She-Wei Tang, and Ping Zhang (1988), The Problems in Generating MISs, Proceedings, Conference on Computers Used in Business Management (Chinese)

8.      Tang, Shi-Wei, Yu Fang, Ping Zhang, et al. (1987), A Large Synthesized Management Information System, Software Industry (Chinese), January, 1987

9.      Tang, Shi-Wei, Yu Fang, and Ping Zhang (1985), Software Design and Database Design, Proceedings, The First Annual Meeting of Beijing Electronic Learned Society (Chinese), Beijing, China, October

Design, Design Science & Design Theory

1.      Song, Peijian, Cheng Zhang, & Ping Zhang (2013), Online Information Product Design: The Influence of Product Integration on Brand Extension, Decision Support Systems (DSS), Vol. 54, 826-837

2.      Hevner, Alan and Ping Zhang (2011), Design Research and Human-Computer Interaction, AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, Vol.3, Issue 2.

3.      张苹 & 赵宇翔 (2010), 动因支撑理论(MAT)对于用户体验设计(UED)研究的理论指导和行动借鉴, 淘宝碳酸志, 2010 (in Chinese, PDF)

4.      Zhang, Ping (2008), Motivational affordances: Fundamental reasons for ICT design and use, Communications of the ACM (CACM), 51(11). (PDF)

5.      Zhang, Ping (2008). Toward a Positive Design Theory: Principles for Designing Motivating Information and Communication Technology, in M. Avital, R. Bolland, and D. Cooperrider (eds.), Designing Information and Organizations with a Positive Lens, a volume of the Advances in Appreciative Inquiry series, Elsevier. (PDF)

6.      Zhang, Ping (2007), Designing motivating ICT, Proceedings of CSWIM , July 2007, Shanghai, China

 

Affect, Flow, Aesthetics, Attitude, Behavior in ICT

Affect

1.      Zhang, Ping (2013), The Affective Response Model: A Theoretical Framework of Affective Concepts and Their Relationships in the ICT Context, Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ), Vol. 37, Issue 1, 247-274 (PDF)

2.      Li, Na (Lina) & Ping Zhang (2009), Toward E-Commerce Website Evaluation and Use: Qualitative and Quantitative Understandings, Proceedings of the pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2009, Phoenix, Arizona

3.      Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2008), Affective factors and their mediating effects in user technology acceptance, Journal of American Society for information Science and Technology (JASIST). (PDF)

4.      Zhang, Ping & Na Li (2007), Positive Affect and Negative Affect in IT Adoption: A Longitudinal Study, Proceedings of pre-ICIS HCI workshop, Montreal, Canada, December 2007. Best paper award. (PDF)

5.      Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2006), Causal relationships between perceived enjoyment and perceived ease of use: An alternative approach, Journal of Association for Information Systems (JAIS), Vol. 7, No. 9, 618-645, September (PDF).

6.      Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2006), The Role of Affect in IS Research: A Critical Survey and a Research Model, in HCI and MIS (I): Foundations, Zhang, P. and Galletta, D. (eds), Series of Advances in Management Information Systems, M.E. Sharpe publisher. (PDF)

7.      Zhang, Ping, Na Li and Heshan Sun (2006), Affective Quality and Cognitive Absorption: Extending Technology Acceptance Research, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), January 2006. (PDF)

8.      Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2005), An Empirical Study on Causal Relationships between Perceived Enjoyment and Perceived Ease of Uses, Proceedings of the Pre-ICIS 05 Annual Workshop on HCI in MIS (HCI/MIS’05), Las Vegas, NV., December

9.      Li, Na and Ping Zhang (2005), A Research agenda toward assessing perceived affective quality of IT, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’05), Omaha, NE, August.

10.  Zhang, Ping and Na Li (2005), The Importance of Affective Quality, Communications of the ACM (CACM), Vol. 48, No. 9, September, pp. 105-108. (PDF)

11.  Ping Zhang and Na Li (2004), Love at First Sight or Sustained Effect? The Role of Perceived Affective Quality on Users’ Cognitive Reactions to IT, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Washington, D.C. (PDF)

12.  Heshan Sun and Ping Zhang (2004), An Empirical Study on the Roles of Affective Variables in User Adoption of Search Engines, Proceedings of the Pre-ICIS 04 Annual Workshop on HCI in MIS (HCI/MIS’04), Washington, D.C., December. Best paper award (PDF)

Flow in Computer Mediated Environments

1.      Finneran, Christina & Ping Zhang (2005), Flow in Computer-Mediated Environments: Promises and Challenges, Communications of the AIS (CAIS), vol. 15, article 4, pp. 82-101 (PDF)

2.      Finneran, Christina & Ping Zhang (2003), A Person-Artifact-Task Model of Flow Antecedents within Computer-Mediated Environments, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), 59, 4, 475-496. (PDF)

3.      Finneran, Christina & Ping Zhang (2002), The Challenges of Studying Flow within a Computer-mediated Environment, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’2002), Dallas, August 9-11, 2002 (PDF)

Aesthetics

1.      Ku, Min-Chun & Ping Zhang (2009), Conceptualizing Aesthetic Experiences of Embodied Interaction with ICTs, Poster, The pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2009, Phoenix, Arizona

2.      Zhang, Ping (2009), Affect and Aesthetics in ICT Design and Use, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Resource Management (Conf-IRM), Dubai, United Arab Emirates, May 2009. (PDF)

Attitudes and Behaviors

1.      Tang, J., Ping Zhang, and Phillip Wu (Forthcoming), Categorizing Consumer Behavioral Responses and Artifact Design Features: The Case of Online Advertising,” Information Systems Frontiers

2.      Kim, Youngseek & Ping Zhang (2010), Continued Use of Technology: Combining Controlled and Automatic Processes, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), St. Louis, December 2010 (PDF)

3.      Jian Tang & Ping Zhang (2010), Media Selection Preferences of US College Students: Empirical Evidence and A Proposed Research Model, Proceedings of China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM), June 2010, Wuhan, China

4.      Kim, Youngseek & Ping Zhang (2009), Individual Users’ Adoption of Smart Phone Services, Poster, The pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2009, Phoenix, Arizona

5.      Zhang, Ping & Heshan Sun (2009), The complexity of different types of attitude in initial and continued ICT use, Journal of American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST). (PDF)

6.      Sun, Heshan & Ping Zhang (2008), Adaptive system use: An investigation at the system feature level, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), December 2008, Paris, France (PDF)

7.      Sun, Heshan & Ping Zhang (2008), Online seller trust and use of online auction marketplaces, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), July 2008, SuZhou, China. Nominated for the best paper award.

8.      Zhang, Ping, Shelley Aikman, and Heshan Sun (2008), Two types of attitudes in ICT acceptance and use, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 24 (7), 1-21. (PDF)

9.      Zhang, Ping (2007), Roles of attitudes in initial and continued ICT use: a longitudinal study, Proceedings of AMCIS, Keystone, CO, 2007.

10.  Zhang, Ping and Shelley Aikman (2007), Attitudes in ICT Acceptance and Use, Proceedings of the International Conference on Human Computer Interaction, July 2007, Beijing

11.  Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2007), Applying Markus and Robey's Causal Structure to Examine User Technology Acceptance Research: A New Perspective, Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA) (PDF)

12.  Sun, Heshan, Ping Zhang and Snow Xiao (2007), A research model of relationship quality in E-Commerce: Connecting IS factors with marketing profitability, Proceedings of AMCIS, Keystone, CO, 2007

13.  Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2006), Adaptive IT use: Conceptualization and measurement, Proceedings of the 5th pre-ICIS Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2006

14.  Li, Na and Ping Zhang (2006), Consumer Online Shopping Behavior, in Customer Relationship Management, Fjermestad, J. and Romano, N. (eds), Series of Advances in Management Information Systems, M.E. Sharpe publisher. (PDF)

15.  Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2006), The Role of Moderating Factors in User Technology Acceptance, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), Vol. 64, No. 2, pp. 53-78 (PDF).

16.  Sun, Heshan and Ping Zhang (2005), A research agenda toward a better conceptualization of IT use, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’05), Omaha, NE, August.

17.  Heshan Sun & Ping Zhang (2004), A Methodological Analysis of User Acceptance of Technology, Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-37), January 2004. (PDF)

18.  Nora Misiolek, Norhayati Zakaria, and Ping Zhang (2002), Trust in organizational acceptance of information technology: a conceptual model & preliminary evidence, Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 33rd Annual Meeting, November, 2002 (PDF)

19.  Li, Na & Ping Zhang (2002), Consumer online shopping attitudes and behavior: an assessment of research, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’2002), Dallas, August 9-11, 2002 (PDF)

20.  Zhang, Ping (1999), Effective Decision Making with Effective Human Information Interaction: A Cognitive Perspective, Proceedings of the 4th Asia-Pacific Decision Science Institute Conference, Shanghai, China, June 1999

 

Motivation in ICT Design, Use and Evaluation

1.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang (Forthcoming), The Effects of Psychological Empowerment on Performance in Open Source Software Projects: An Exploratory Study, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. (PDF)

2.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang (2010), Extrinsic Motivations in Open Source Software Development Efforts and The Moderating Effects of Satisfaction of Needs, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 11(12), 784-808 (PDF)

3.      Scialdone, Michael & Ping Zhang (2010), Deconstructing Motivations of ICT Adoption and Use: A Theoretical Model and its Applications to Social ICT, iConference, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, February 3-6, 2010

4.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang (2009), Motivations in OSS communities: The mediating role of effort intensity and goal commitment, International Journal of Electronic Commerce (IJEC) (PDF)

5.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang, Participating in Open Source Software Projects: The Role of Empowerment, Proceedings of the pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2008, Paris, France

6.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang (2008), Motivations for participating in open source software communities: Roles of psychological needs and altruism, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), July 2008, SuZhou, China (PDF)

7.      Ke, Weiling & Ping Zhang (2007), Motivation, Social Identity and Ideology Conviction in OSS Communities: The Mediating Role of Effort Intensity and Goal Commitment, Proceedings of PACIS 07. Nominated for the best paper award.

8.      Parker, Katie and Ping Zhang (2006), Examining Applications of Motivational Theories to the IT Field, Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), Poster, November 3-8, 2006, Austin, TX

9.      Stanton, Jeffrey, Ping Zhang, and Gisela von Dran (2002), JEM: A Motivational Model of Evaluation of Information Seeking Environment, The First Annual Workshop on HCI in MIS (HCI/MIS’02), Barcelona, Spain, December 14

10.  von Dran, Gisela and Ping Zhang (2002), A theoretical model of quality websites: a multi-disciplinary conceptualization, Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 33rd  Annual Meeting, November, 2002

11.  Zhang, Ping and Gisela von Dran, (2001-2002), User Expectations and Rankings of Quality Factors in Different Web Site Domains, International Journal of Electronic Commerce (IJEC), vol. 6, no. 2, Winter, 2001-2002, pp. 9-33

12.  Zhang, Ping, Gisela von Dran, Paul Blake, and Veerapong Pipithsuksunt (2001), Important Design Features in Different Web Site Domains: An Empirical Study of User Perceptions, e-Service Journal, Volume 1, Number 1, 77-91

13.  Zhang, Ping and Gisela von Dran (2001), Expectations and Rankings of Website Quality Features: Results of Two Studies on User Perceptions, Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS 34), Hawaii, January, 2001

14.  Zhang, Ping and Gisela von Dran (2000), Satisfiers and Dissatisfiers: a Two-Factor Model for Website Design and Evaluation, Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS), Vol. 51, Issue 14, November, 1253-1268

15.  von Dran, Gisela and Ping Zhang (2000), A Proto-Theory of Website Design Quality: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 31st Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 18-21, 2000

16.  von Dran, Gisela and Ping Zhang (2000), A Model for Assessing the Quality of Websites, Proceedings of Annual Conference, American Association for Information Science (ASIS 2000), Chicago, November 13-16, 2000

17.  Zhang, Ping, Gisela von Dran, Paul Blake, and Veerapong Pipithsuksunt (2000), A Comparison of the Most Important Website Features in Different Domains: An Empirical Study of User Perceptions, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS'2000), August

18.  Zhang, Ping, Gisela von Dran, Ruth Small, Silvia Barcellos (2000), A Two-Factor Theory for Website Design, Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS 33), Hawaii, January, 2000

19.  von Dran, Gisela, Ping Zhang, and Ruth Small (1999), Quality Websites: an application of the Kano model to website design, Proceedings of the 5th Americas Conference in Information Systems (AMCIS'99), August 13-15 1999

20.  Zhang, Ping, Gisela von Dran, Ruth Small, Silvia Barcellos (1999), Web Sites that Satisfy Users: A Theoretic Framework for Web User Interface Design and Evaluation, Proceedings of the International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS 32), Hawaii, January 5-8, 1999

21.  Wyman, Steve & Ping Zhang (1996), Beyond Intelligent Systems: Listening to the Ghosts in the Machines, Philosophical Foundations Mini Track, Proceedings of The Second Americas Conference on Information Systems (AIS'96), August 16-18, Phoenix, AZ

 

Animation, Advertising & Nuisance Coping

Impact of Animation on Human Visual Perception, Attention, and Information Processing

1.      Zhang, Ping (2006), Pop-up Animations: Impacts and Implications for Website Design and Online Advertising, in HCI and MIS: Applications, Galletta, D. and Zhang, P. (eds), Volume 5, Series of Advances in Management Information Systems, M.E. Sharpe publisher. (PDF)

2.      Ping Zhang and Nelson Massad (2003), The Impact of Animation on Visual Search Tasks in a Web Environment: A Multi-Year Study, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information System (AMCIS’03), Tampa, FL, August 2003. (PDF)

3.      Zhang, Ping (2001), The Impact of Animation Timing and Location on Visual Search Task Performance in the Web Environment, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS'2001), Boston, August 3-5, 2001. Best paper award

4.      Zhang, Ping, (2000), The Effects of Animation on Information Seeking Performance on the World Wide Web: Securing Attention or Interfering with Primary Tasks? Journal of Association for Information Systems (JAIS), Volume 1 Article 1, March 2000

5.      Zhang, Ping (1999), Will You Use Animation on Your Web Pages? Experiments of Animation's Effects and Implications for Web User Interface Design and Online Advertising. Chapter 4 in Doing Business on the Internet: Opportunities and Pitfalls, C. Romm and F. Sudweeks (eds.), Springer-Verlag in conjunction with the British Computer Society

6.      Zhang, Ping, & Gilbert Maker (1998), Effects of Allocated Attention on Visual Search Tasks: A Web-Based Experiment on Animation Interference, Multimedia Information Systems in Practice, ed. Wing S. Chow, Springer, Hong Kong

7.      Zhang, Ping, & Gilbert Maker (1998), Effects of Allocated Attention on Visual Search Tasks: A Web-Based Experiment on Animation Interference, The International Conference on Multimedia & Telecommunications Management, Hong Kong, December 17-19

8.      Zhang, Ping, & Nelson Massad (1997), The Impact of Animation on Individual Performance: A Web-Based Experiment, Proceedings of the 3rd Americas Conference in Information Systems (AIS'97), August 14-17 1997

Perceptions and Attitude toward Online Advertising

1.     Tang, Jian & Ping Zhang (2013), Forced or Inspired: Understanding Consumers’ Cognitive Appraisals and Behavioral Responses towards Online Advertising, Proceedings of the pre-ICIS 2013 Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December, Italy

2.      Tang, Jian, Ping Zhang & Philip Wu (2013), Passive or Active: Understanding Consumers’ Behavioral Responses to Online Advertising, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), June, Jeju, South Korea

3.     Jian Tang, Yuxiang Zhao & Ping Zhang (2012), Moderating Effects of Perceived Affordances on Users’ Adaptive Media Use, Poster, The I-Conference, February, 2012, Toronto, Canada

4.     Jian Tang, Yuxiang Zhao & Ping Zhang (2011), Perceived Affordances of Web Advertisements: Implications for Information Artifacts Design, Proceedings of the Fifth China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM), Harbin, China, June 2011 (PDF)

5.      Zhang, Ping (2011), What Consumers Think, Feel, and Do Toward Digital Ads: A Multi-Phase Study, European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Helsinki, Finland, June 2011 (PDF)

6.      Kim, Youngseek, Ping Zhang and L. David Lankes (2009), Future of Information Seeking on the Internet and Web Advertising: How Can We Guide Web Advertising for Users' Information Seeking on a Website?, iConference, The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, February 8-11 2009

7.      Zhang, Ping & Youngseek Kim (2008), Web advertising: What do we know about its acceptance and impacts? A meta-analysis of the literature, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), July 2008, SuZhou, China

8.      Zhang, Ping & Youngseek Kim (2008), What makes web advertisements effective? Proceedings of China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM), June 2008, ChengDu, China

9.      Zhang, Ping & Chingning Wang (2005), An Empirical Evaluation on Consumer Perceived Advertising Value and Attitude, Proceedings of The 6th Global Information Technology and Management (GITM) World Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, June 5-7, 2005. (PDF)

10.  Wang, Chingning, Ping Zhang, Risook Choi, Michael D’Eredita (2002), Understanding Consumers Attitude Towards Advertising, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’2002), Dallas, August 9-11, 2002 (PDF)

Web Nuisances and Coping

1.      Nathan Prestopnik & Ping Zhang (2010), Coping with Nuisance on the Web, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Lima, Peru, August 12-15, 2010. Nominated for the best paper award. (PDF)

 

Intellectual Development of Information Related Fields

The Information Systems Field

1.      Ku, Min-Chun, Michael Scialdone & Ping Zhang (2012), Absent Information Technology in Legitimate Information Systems Research, Poster, The I-Conference, February, 2012, Toronto, Canada

2.      Zhang, Ping, Michael Scialdone, & Min-Chin Ku (2011), IT Artifacts and The State of IS Research, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Shanghai, China, December 2011 (PDF)

3.      Zhang, Ping & Michael Scialdone (2010), State of IT Artifacts: An Analysis of ICIS 2009 Research Papers, Proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), July 2010, Taipei, Taiwan (PDF)

The Information Field

1.      Zhang, P., J. Liew, & K. Hassman. (Forthcoming). The Intellectual Characteristics of the Information Field: Evidence from Heritages and Substances. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. (Pre-pub PDF)

2.      Zhang, Ping and Robert Benjamin (2007), Understanding Information Related Fields: A Conceptual Framework, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) (PDF)

3.      Liu, Xiaozhong, Robert Benjamin, Ping Zhang (2007), Re-Examining IT Enabled Change with a New Model of the Information Field: The Tiger Creek Case, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), January 2007. (PDF)

4.      Zhang, Ping (2005), Essentials of the field of information, Position paper and Presentation at the First Conference of the I-School Community, Pennsylvania State University, September, 2005

Bridging Human-Computer Interaction and Information Systems

1.     Scialdone, Michael & Ping Zhang (2013), Applying Extended Adaptive Structuration Theory to Qualitative Research on Human-Computer Interaction, Poster, The pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, December 2013, Milan, Italy

2.     Prestopnik, Nathan & Ping Zhang (Forthcoming), Human-Computer Interaction: Interactivity, Immersion and Invisibility as the New Extensions, in D. Straub and R. Welke (eds.), Encyclopedia on Management Information Systems

3.      Zhang, Ping, Na (Lina) Li, Michael Scialdone, & Jane Carey (2009), The Intellectual Advancement of Human-Computer Interaction Research: A Critical Assessment of the MIS Literature (1990-2008), AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, 1(3), 55-107 (PDF)

4.      Zhang, Ping, Dennis Galletta, Na (Lina) Li, and Heshan Sun (in press), Human-Computer Interaction, in Wayne Huang (ed.), Management Information Systems, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China. (English manuscript version PDF; Chinese published version PDF)

5.      Zhang, Ping & Roberto Polillo (2008), The Importance of the Management Perspective in the Human-Computer Interaction Field, Proceedings of CHI Extended Abstracts, ACM, Florence, Italy, April 5-10. (PDF)

6.      Zhang, Ping & Dennis Galletta (eds.), Human-Computer Interaction and Management Information Systems - Foundations, Series of Advances in Management Information Systems (AMIS), Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2006

7.      Galletta, Dennis and Ping Zhang (eds.), Human-Computer Interaction and Management Information Systems - Applications, Series of Advances in Management Information Systems (AMIS), Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2006. This is one of the first two research collections on HCI research in MIS

8.      Zhang, Ping and Dennis Galletta (2006), Foundations of Human-Computer Interaction in Management Information Systems, in HCI and MIS: Foundations, Zhang, P. and Galletta, D. (eds), Series of Advances in Management Information Systems, M.E. Sharpe publisher. (PDF)

9.      Galletta, Dennis and Ping Zhang (2006), Applications of Human-Computer Interaction in Management Information Systems, in HCI and MIS: Applications, Galletta, D. and Zhang, P. (eds), Series of Advances in Management Information Systems, M.E. Sharpe publisher. (PDF)

10.  Nah, Fiona Fui-Hoon, Ping Zhang, Scott McCoy, and Mun Yi (2006), Human-computer interaction research in the management information systems discipline, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), Vol. 64, Issue 9, 787-788 (PDF)

11.  Zhang, Ping & Na Li (2005), The Intellectual Development of HCI Research in MIS: A Survey of the MIS Literature (1990-2002), Journal of Association for Information Systems (JAIS), Vol. 6, No. 11, pp. 227-292. (PDF)

12.  Zhang, Ping and U. Yeliz Eseryel (2005), Task in HCI Research in the MIS Literature: A Critical Survey, Proceedings of the Human-Computer Interaction International conference (HCII), Las Vegas, NV, July 22-27, 2005. (PDF)

13.  Zhang, Ping, Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, and Izak Benbasat (2005), Editorial Introduction: HCI Research in MIS, Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS). Vol. 22, No. 3. (PDF)

14.  Nah, Fiona Fui-Hoon, Ping Zhang, and Scott McCoy (2005), Editorial Introduction: HCI in MIS, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI), Vol. 19, No. 1, September, 2005. (PDF)

15.  Ping Zhang, Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, and Jenny Preece (2004), HCI Studies in MIS, Behaviour and Information Technology (BIT), 23, 3, 147-151. (PDF)

16.  Ping Zhang & Na Li (2004), An Assessment of HCI Research in MIS: Topics and Methods, Computers in Human Behavior (CHB), 20, 2, 125-147. (PDF)

17.  Zhang, Ping, Fiona Nah, Jonathan Lazar, & Scott McCoy (eds.), Proceedings of the Second Pre-ICIS Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, Seattle, WA, December 2003

18.  Zhang, Ping and Andrew Dillon (2003), HCI and MIS: Shared Concerns, editorial introduction, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), 59, 4, 397-402. (PDF)

19.  Zhang, Ping & Li, Na (2003), An Assessment of Research in MIS Oriented HCI Studies, American Psychological Association, Symposium of Divisions 21 and 14: The Many Faces of HCI Researchers in IS, Toronto, Canada, August

20.  Zhang, Ping, Izak Benbasat, Jane Carey, Fred Davis, Dennis Galletta, and Diane Strong (2002), Human-Computer Interaction Research in the MIS Discipline, Communications of the AIS (CAIS)  (PDF)

21.  Zhang, Ping, Jane Carey, Fred Davis, Dennis Galletta, Diane Strong, The role of HCI research in the MIS discipline,  Proceedings of AMCIS, 2002 (panel)

 

Curricula, Pedagogy & Education

1.      Zhang, Ping & Swati Bhattacharyya (2008), Students’ views of a learning management system: A longitudinal qualitative study, Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS), 23 (20), 351-375 (PDF)

2.      Zhang, Ping, Swati Bhattacharyya, and Cheng-Lin Chiang, Student Evaluations of WebCT: A Multi-Phase Qualitative Study, Proceedings of pre-ICIS SIGED and International Academy of Information Management (IAIM) workshop, Montreal, Canada. December 2007

3.      Zhang, Ping (2006), Producing Human-Centered, Usability-Sensitive, and HCI-Competent Managers, CIOs, and CEOs, Proceedings of CHI Extended Abstracts, ACM, Montreal, Canada, April 24-27 (PDF)

4.      Carey, Jane, Dennis Galletta, Jinwoo Kim, Dov Te’eni, Barbara Wildemuth, and Ping Zhang (2004), The Role of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in the Management Information Systems Curricula: A Call to Action, Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS), Vol. 13, Article 23, April, 357-379 (PDF)

5.      Carey, Jane, Dennis Galletta, Jinwoo Kim, Barbara Wildemuth, Dov Te’eni, Ping Zhang (2003), The role of Human-Computer Interaction in Information Systems curriculum, Proceedings of AMCIS, 2003 (panel)

6.      Zhang, Ping (1998), A Case Study on Technology Use in Distance Learning, Journal of Research on Technology in Education (formerly Journal of Research on Computing in Education), 30 (4), Summer, 398-419 (PDF)

7.      Zhang, Ping (1998), Distance Teaching a Graduate Course on Information Systems Analysis and Design, Journal of Informatics Research & Education (formerly Journal of Education for MIS), 5(1), 98-109 (PDF)

8.      Zhang, Ping (1997), Distance Teaching a Graduate Course on Information Systems Analysis and Design, C. Rogers (ed.), Proceedings of the 12th annual conference of the International Academy for Information Management (IAIM'97), Atlanta, Georgia, December 12-14, 1997. Best paper award

 

Business Information Visualization

1.      Zhang, Ping (2001), Business Information Visualization: Guidelines for Research and Practice, Encyclopedia of Microcomputers, Volume 27, Supplement 6, 61-77

2.      Zhang, Ping (2000), Business Information Visualization: Guidelines for Research and Practice, Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. Volume 69, Supplement 32, 1-17

3.      Zhang, Ping (1998), An Image Construction Method for Visualizing Managerial Data, Decision Support Systems (DSS), 23, 371-387

4.      Zhang, Ping, and James Pick (1998), Generating Large Data Sets for Simulation of Electronics Manufacturing, Simulation, 70 (4), April, 231-249

5.      Zhang, Ping, & Dan Zhu (1997), Information Visualization in Project Management and Scheduling, Proceedings of The 4th Conference of the International Society for Decision Support Systems (ISDSS'97), Ecole des HEC, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, July 21-22

6.      Zhang, Ping (1996), Visualizing Production Planning Data. IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications (IEEE CG&A), 16(5), September, 7-10

7.      Zhang, Ping (1996), Image Construction Rules for Visualizing the Non-Visual Managerial Data, Proceedings of Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS'96), December 1996, Cleveland, OH

8.      Zhang, Ping (1996), “VIZ_planner: A User-Centered Information Visualization System for Middle and High Level Production Planning Support,” Software & Technology Demonstration Track, The Second Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 16-18, 1996, Phoenix, AZ

9.      Zhang, Ping (1996), The Impact of Business Information Visualization on Human Problem-Solving Performance, Information Visualization Mini Track, Proceedings of The Second Americas Conference on Information Systems (AIS'96), August 16-18, Phoenix, AZ

10.  Zhang, Ping (1996), How Information Visualization Affects Human Problem-Solving Performance in a Complex Business Domain: A Comparative Study, Proceedings of Asia-Pacific DSI Conference, June 21-22

11.  Zhang, Ping, Peng Si Ow, and Andrew B. Whinston (1996), Design and Evaluation of a Business Information Visualization System for Manufacturing Production Planning Support, Proceedings of INFORMS First Conference on Information Systems and Technology, May

12.  Zhang, Ping (1995), Visualization for Decision-Making Support, Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995

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