A/Prof Antonette Mendoza
A/Prof Antonette Mendoza
Senior Academic Advisor, Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
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Telework, productivity and wellbeing
R Bosua, M Gloet, S Kurnia, A Mendoza, J Yong
Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society, 2012
The role of users’ emotions and associated quality goals on appropriation of systems: two case studies
A Mendoza, T Miller, S Pedell, L Sterling
24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2013
Emotion-led modelling for people-oriented requirements engineering: the case study of emergency systems
T Miller, S Pedell, AA Lopez-Lorca, A Mendoza, L Sterling, A Keirnan
Journal of Systems and Software 105, 54-71, 2015
A perspective on client-psychologist relationships in videoconferencing psychotherapy: literature review
F Cataldo, S Chang, A Mendoza, G Buchanan
JMIR mental health 8 (2), e19004, 2021
Exploring the adoption of virtual work: the role of virtual work self-efficacy and virtual work climate
M Adamovic, P Gahan, J Olsen, A Gulyas, D Shallcross, A Mendoza
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 33 (17), 3492-3525, 2022
Software appropriation over time: from adoption to stabilization and beyond
A Mendoza, J Carroll, L Stern
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 16 (2), 2010
Telework impact on productivity and well-being: An Australian study
R Bosua, S Kurnia, M Gloet, A Mendoza
Social Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services., 187-207, 2017
Hospital bring-your-own-device security challenges and solutions: systematic review of gray literature
TA Wani, A Mendoza, K Gray
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (6), e18175, 2020
One size doesn't fit all: diversifying" the user" using personas and emotional scenarios
AA Lopez-Lorca, T Miller, S Pedell, A Mendoza, A Keirnan, L Sterling
Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering …, 2014
Development of a mobile clinical prediction tool to estimate future depression severity and guide treatment in primary care: user-centered design
C Wachtler, A Coe, S Davidson, S Fletcher, A Mendoza, L Sterling, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (4), e9502, 2018
Influences on continued use of an information system: a longitudinal study
A Mendoza, J Carroll, L Stern
From way across the sea: Information overload and international students during the COVID‐19 pandemic
S Chang, D McKay, N Caidi, A Mendoza, C Gomes, C Ekmekcioglu
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 57 (1 …, 2020
BYOD in hospitals-security issues and mitigation strategies
TA Wani, A Mendoza, K Gray
Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference, 1-10, 2019
Plateaus in long-term appropriation of an information system
A Mendoza, L Stern, J Carroll
Motivational modelling in software for homelessness: Lessons from an industrial study
R Burrows, A Lopez-Lorca, L Sterling, T Miller, A Mendoza, S Pedell
2019 IEEE 27th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 297-307, 2019
Adoption, adaption, stabilization and stagnation: software appropriation over time
A Mendoza, J Carroll, L Stern
Proceedings of the sixteenth Australiasian conference on information systems …, 2005
A conceptual framework for effective appropriation of proactive public e-services
R Sirendi, A Mendoza, M Barrier, K Taveter, L Sterling
Proceedings of the European Conference on e-Government, ECEG, 213-221, 2018
Emotional attachment framework for people-oriented software
M Sherkat, A Mendoza, T Miller, R Burrows
arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.08171, 2018
Methods for supporting older users in communicating their emotions at different phases of a living lab project
S Pedell, A Keirnan, G Friday, T Miller, A Mendoza, A Lopez-Lorca, ...
Technology Innovation Management Review 7 (2), 7-19, 2017
Exploring the moderating role of readers’ perspective in evaluations of online consumer reviews
E Abedin, A Mendoza, S Karunasekera
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research 16 (7), 3406 …, 2021
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