Pieter Verdegem
Pieter Verdegem
Reader in Technology & Society, University of Westminster
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User-centered E-Government in practice: A comprehensive model for measuring user satisfaction
P Verdegem, G Verleye
Government information quarterly 26 (3), 487-497, 2009
Rethinking determinants of ICT acceptance: Towards an integrated and comprehensive overview
P Verdegem, L De Marez
Technovation 31 (8), 411-423, 2011
Profiling the non-user: Rethinking policy initiatives stimulating ICT acceptance
P Verdegem, P Verhoest
Telecommunications Policy 33 (10-11), 642-652, 2009
Conversations about the elections on Twitter: Towards a structural understanding of Twitter’s relation with the political and the media field
E D’heer, P Verdegem
European journal of communication 29 (6), 720-734, 2014
With a little help from my friends: An analysis of the role of social support in digital inequalities
C Courtois, P Verdegem
New media & society 18 (8), 1508-1527, 2016
What social media data mean for audience studies: a multidimensional investigation of Twitter use during a current affairs TV programme
E D'heer, P Verdegem
Information, communication & society 18 (2), 221-234, 2015
Integrating social media in education
H Vanwynsberghe, P Verdegem
ClCWeb-Comparative Literature and Culture 15 (3), 2013
Social media for digital and social inclusion: challenges for information society 2.0 research & policies
P Verdegem
tripleC-Cognition, Communication, Co-operation 9 (1), 28-38, 2011
The triple articulation of media technologies in audiovisual media consumption
C Courtois, P Verdegem, L De Marez
Television & new media 14 (5), 421-439, 2013
E–deliberation 2.0 for smart cities: a critical assessment of two'idea generation'cases
P Mechant, I Stevens, T Evens, P Verdegem
International Journal of Electronic Governance 5 (1), 82-98, 2012
The librarian 2.0: Identifying a typology of librarians’ social media literacy
H Vanwynsberghe, R Vanderlinde, A Georges, P Verdegem
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 47 (4), 283-293, 2015
What we think we know about cybersecurity: an investigation of the relationship between perceived knowledge, internet trust, and protection motivation in a cybercrime context
L De Kimpe, M Walrave, P Verdegem, K Ponnet
Behaviour & Information Technology 41 (8), 1796-1808, 2022
Experts as facilitators for the implementation of social media in the library? A social network approach
H Vanwynsberghe, E Boudry, R Vanderlinde, P Verdegem
Library hi tech 32 (3), 529-545, 2014
An intermedia understanding of the networked Twitter ecology: The 2012 local elections in Belgium
E D’heer, P Verdegem
Social media in politics: Case studies on the political power of social …, 2014
A user-centric approach in e-government policies: The path to effectiveness?
P Verdegem, L Hauttekeete
Citizens and e-government: Evaluating policy and management, 20-36, 2010
De impact van ouderschapsstijlen op de ontwikkeling van sociale mediageletterdheid bij adolescenten
H Vanwynsberghe, E Boudry, P Verdegem
Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap 43 (1), 2015
The'relative utility'approach for stimulating ICT acceptance: Profiling the non-user
P Verdegem, P Verhoest
European Journal of ePractice, 36-46, 2008
Mapping social media literacy: Towards a conceptual framework
H Vanwynsberghe, E Boudry, P Verdegem
User empowerment in a social media culture, 2011
Measuring for knowledge: A data-driven research approach for eGovernment
P Verdegem, J Stragier, G Verleye
Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on E-government, 417-424, 2010
How is e-government progressing? A data driven approach to e-government monitoring.
J Stragier, P Verdegem, G Verleye
J. Univers. Comput. Sci. 16 (8), 1075-1088, 2010
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