Informatics and work - publications
Lindblad-Gidlund, K., A. Ekelin, S. Eriksén and A. Ranerup [eds.] (2010), Förvaltning och medborgarskap i förändring - etablerad praxis och kritiska perspektiv. /In English translation: Ongoing change in public administration and citizenship - established practice and critical perspectives./ Studentlitteratur, Lund.
Ekelin, A. (2007), The Work to Make eParticipation Work. Ph D thesis in Work practice with a focus on IT. Doctoral Dissertation Series No. 2007:11 Blekinge Insititute of Technology.Doctoral Dissertation Series No. 2007:11
Ekelin, A. (2003), Working with the Fogbow. Design and reconfiguration of services and participation in eGovernment. Licentiate thesis in Technoscience Studies. Licentiate Series No 2003:01 Blekinge Intitute of Technology. Licentiate Series No 2003:01
Eriksén, S. (1998), Knowing and the Art of IT Management. An inquiry into work practices in one-stop shops. Ph D thesis. Department of Informatics, Lund University. Knowing
Ekelin, A. and S. Eriksén (2010), Aktiv på egna eller andras villkor hur blir man delaktig? /In English translation: Active on one's own conditions or those of others - how does one become participative?/ Chapter 2 in Lindblad-Gidlund, K., A. Ekelin, S. Eriksén and A. Ranerup [eds.] (2010), Förvaltning och medborgarskap i förändring. /In English translation: Ongoing change in public administration and citizenship - established practice and critical perspectives./Studentlitteratur, Lund.
Eriksén, S. (2002), Localizing Self on the Internet: Designing for "Genius Loci" in a Global Context. Chapter in Dittrich, Yvonne, Christiane Floyd and Ralf Klischewski [eds.] Social Thinking - Software Practice, MIT Press. ISBN 0-262-04204-5. Localizing (abstract)
Ekelin, A. and P. Elovaara (2000), Discourses and Cracks - A Case study of Information Technology and Writing Women in a Regional Context. In Balka, Ellen and Richard Smith[eds.] Women Work and Computerization. Charting a course to the future. Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA. Discourses (abstract)
Ekelin, A., It Takes More Than Two to TANGO: Co-Constructing Situated Accountability Through a Local e-Government Arena. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Volume 2: Number 2. http://www.iiisci.org/Journal/SCI/
Eriksén, S. and A. Ekelin, Beyond the Buzz: Participatory, sustainable, convergent and high quality public e-services - developing methods and practices in India and Sweden. In Proceedings of the 31st Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia IRIS 2008. Beyond the Buzz
Eriksén, S., C. Eliasson, M. Fiedler, S. Chevul and A. Ekelin, Mapping service quality - comparing quality of experience and quality of service for Internet-based map services. In Proceedings of the 30th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia IRIS 2007. Mapping service quality
Ekelin, Annelie (2006), To be or not to be active: Exploring practices of e-participation. Accepted full research paper for presentation at the DEXA/EGOV06 conference in Krakow, Poland, September 2006. Will be published in conference proceedings in the LNCS series, Springer Verlag.
Ekelin, A. (2006), Conceptualizing eParticipation in Practice. Paper submitted to EGOV doctoral colloquium to be held in connection with the DEXA/EGOV06 conference in Krakow, Poland, September 2006.
Ekelin, A. and S. Eriksén (2006), E-participation - conversations at the interfaces or deepening democracy? Abstract accepted for paper to be presented at Journal of Information, Communication, Society, 10th Anniversary International Symposium, University of York, 20th 22nd September 2006
Ekelin, A. (2006) How can we support e-participation in a participatory way? Exploring practices of co-development of e-participation within a net-based distance course on Electronic Democracy. Position paper presented at the Third Scandinavian Workshop in e-government, Febuary 14th-15th, 2006, at Agder University College, Kristiansand, Norway.
Eriksén, S. Conceptual clarity according to whom? Positioning e-government research in Scandinavia. Position paper presented at the Third Scandinavian Workshop in e-government, Febuary 14th-15th, 2006, at Agder University College, Kristiansand, Norway.
Elovaara, P., S. Eriksén, A. Ekelin, C. Hansson, M. Nilsson and J. Winter (2004), Educational programs in e-government the beginning of an active Scandinavian network of competence? In Traunmüller, R. (ed.), Electronic Government. Third International Conference, EGOV 2004, Zaragoza, Spain, August/September 2004, Proceedings. LNCS 3183, pp.457-459, 2004. Springer Verlag.
Eriksén, S., A. Ekelin, P. Elovaara, Y. Dittrich, C. Hansson and J. Winter (2004), What have we learned from the TANGO arena for regional cooperation in Southern Sweden? In Traunmüller, R. (ed.), Electronic Government. Third International Conference, EGOV 2004, Zaragoza, Spain, August/September 2004, Proceedings. LNCS 3183, pp.156-163, 2004. Springer Verlag
Ekelin, A. (2004), Making an exit in research: ethical and practical implications in a society dependent on sustainability. Paper presented at the 4S/EASST conference in Paris, August 25th-28th 2004.
Dittrich, Y., A. Ekelin, P. Elovaara, S. Eriksén, C. Hansson, S. Landén, A. Larsson, I. Olén and J. Winter (2004), KomInDu - A Small Project about Big Issues. In PDC-04 Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference. Artful Integration: Interweaving Media, Materials and Practices. Vol. 2, pp.28-31, Toronto, Canada, July 27th-31st 2004.
Eriksén, S. (2004) PD and the Citizen. Exploring notions and practices of co-construction concerning the design and use of public services on the Internet. Position paper presented at the workshop The citizens use and comprehension of information on the Internet, funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and organized by professor Kerstin Severinson Eklundh, the Royal Institute of Technology, and professor Britt-Louise Gunnarsson, Uppsala University June 18th-19th 2004. (Eriksén participated as one of 20 invited researchers from Europe and USA).
Eriksén, S. (2004) AREGO - An Arena for REGional On-going cooperation around e-government research and development. Paper presented at IANIS, The Innovative Actions Network for the Information Society annual conference Information Society and the Regions: Contributing to Cohesion, Budapest, June 9th-11th , 2004.
Ekelin, A.(2004), The Tango project: place and space for cultiva- tion of e-government. Paper presented at the international con- ference Technologies,Publics and Power: The Terrain of the 6th Frame- work in NZ and Beyond. Akaroa, New Zealand, 1-5 Febuary 2004
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Eriksén, S., Y. Dittrich, M. Fiedler and M. Aurell (2003), It Takes More Than Two Developing a TANGO Arena for Regional Cooperation around E-government. In Traunmüller, R. (ed.), Electronic Government. Second International Conference, EGOV 2003, Prague, Czech Republic, September 2003, Proceedings. LNCS 2739, pp.472-75, 2003. Springer Verlag.
Fiedler, M., A. Ekelin, Y. Dittrich and S. Eriksén (2003), E-government as co-construction. Networks, accountability, and working relations of technology production and use. In Laukkanen, S. and S. Sarpola (eds.), Electronic Proceedings of the 26th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, IRIS26, Finland, Aug. 9-12, 2003
Ekelin, A. (2003), It Takes More Than Two to TANGO: Co-Constructing Situated Accountability Through a Local e-Government Arena. In Carrasquero, J.V., F. Welsh, Urea and Tso, Chen-DOng [eds.], Proceedings of PISTA03, the first International Conference on Politics and Information Systems:Technologies and Applications. IIIS, IFSR, Orlando. This paper won the Best Paper Award within the Informatics and Government 2 track of the PISTA03 conference in Orlando, Florida, July 31st-August 3rd 2003. (Later reworked and published as a journal article in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, see above under Journal articles.)
Dittrich, Y. and S. Eriksén (2003), Situated Innovation. Exploring new forms of co-operation in innovation and design between academics, user-groups and ICT providers. Paper presented at Nordic R & D Conference on University and Society Cooperation, Ronneby, Sweden, May 1416, 2003.
Dittrich, Y., S. Eriksén and B. Wessels (2003), From Knowledge Transfer to Situated Innovation. Cultivating spaces for co-operation in innovation and design between academics, user-groups and ICT providers. Paper presented at the international conference Innovations in Europe: Dynamics, Institutions and Values, Roskilde, Denmark, May 8-9, 2003.
Dittrich, Y., A.Ekelin, P. Elovaara, S. Eriksén and C. Hansson (2003), Making e-Government Happen. Everyday co-development of services, citizenship and technology. In Sprague, Jr., R.H. (ed.), Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual HawaiiInternational Conference on System Sciences.
Eriksén, S. (2002), Designing for Accountability. In Berthelsen, O., S. Bødker and K. Kuutti (eds.), NordiCHI 2002 Proceedings of the Second Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Tradition and Transcendence, Oct. 19-23, 2002, Århus, Denmark (pp.177-86).
Ekelin, A. (2002), Co-Construction of Citizenship: rights and duties in development of public services. In Bødker, K., M. Kühn Pedersen, J. Nørbjerg, J. Simonsen and M. Thanning Vendelø [eds.], IRIS 25 - New Ways of Working in IS. Proceedings of the 25th Information Sysstems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, August 10th-13th 2002, Bautahøj, Denmark.
Ekelin, A. (2002), Two Perspectives on design and development of public services: Relationship-based Interaction and Co-Construction of Citizenship. In Karner, S. and B. Wieser [eds.], Conference Proceedings of the International SUmmer Academy on Technology Studies, Technology and the Public, Deutschenlandsberg, Austria, July 7th-14th 2002.
Ekelin, A.(2002), Consulting the Citizens. Relationship-based Interaction. In Binder, T., J. Gregory and I. Wagner (eds.), PDC 2002 Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference, Malmö, Sweden, June 2002.
Dittrich, Y., S. Eriksén and C. Hansson (2002.), PD in the Wild; Evolving Practices of Design in Use. In Binder, T., J. Gregory and I. Wagner (eds.), PDC 2002 Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference, Malmö, Sweden, June 2002 (pp.124-134).
Marchese, M., G. Jacucci, M. Martin, B. Wessels, Y. Dittrich and S. Eriksén (2002), A Participatory Design Approach for the Development of Environments in eGovernment Services to Citizens. In Binder, T., J. Gregory and I. Wagner (eds.), PDC 2002 Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference, Malmö, Sweden, June 2002 (pp.311-316).
Eriksén, S. (2001), Who Needs Accountability? In S. Bjørnestad, R.E. Moe, A. Mørch and A.L. Opdahl [eds.] IRIS24, Proceedings of the 24th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, Vol.I, pp. 663-676. Bergen, Norway: Department of Information Science, University of Bergen.
Eriksén, S. (2000), Please hold on a minute (while I change modes). Paper presented at the workshop Technologies That Cross Boundaries: Exploring the gap between wireless networks, bits, interfaces, and work practices, organized by E. Churchill, J. Trevor and C. Marshall from FX Palo Alto Laboratory, at the converence Computer Support for Cooperative Work, CSCW 2000 in Philadephia, USA, December 1st-6th 2000.
Ekelin, A. (2000) Mapping out and constructing needs in developing on-line public services. Short paper and interactive poster presented at NordiCHI2000: Design versus design conference in Stockholm, October 23rd-25th 2000.
Ekelin, A. (2000), Mapping out and constructing the needs - a pilot studie of online public services and citizens' involvement. Work-in-progress paper and interactive poster presented at the Participatory Design conference PDC'2000 in New York, November 28th-30th 2000.
Eriksén, S. (2000), You Did What? Why? Position statement presented at the workshop Quality and Validity in HCI Resarch, organized by L. Bannon and O. Bertelsen, at the NordiCHI conference in Stockholm, October 23rd-25th 2000.
Eriksén, S. (2000), From Intentional Spaces to Purposeful Places. Short paper for the 4S/EASST confernece Worlds in Transition: Technoscience, Citizenship and Culture in the 21st Century at the Universitety in Vienna, Austria, September 27th-30th 2000.
Eriksén, S. (2000), Actors, Scripts and Improvisations. Is Actor-Network Theory Structuralism Dressed Up in a Web, Or Could It Be Dynamic Relationships Sketched With a Light Hand in Time and Space? Paper presented at the Midnight Sun Workshop on Actor-Network Theory and Information Systems with Bruno Latour, June 21st-23rd, 2000, Tromsö, Norway.
Eriksén, S. (2000), What about the Situation at the Other End(s)? On the Multifariousness of Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing. Paper presented at the workshop Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing at CHI2000 in den Haag, April 1st-6th 2000. Published in technical the report series, No. 2000-7, edited byt A. Schmidt, Department of Informatics, Karlsruhe University.
Eriksén, S. (1999), Discovering the Secret Garden: Management in the Wild and the Art of Cultivating IT in Use . Position paper for the workshop Beyond Knowledge Management: Managing expertise organized by Mark S. Ackerman et al, at the European conference for Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ECSCW99, in Copenhagen, September 13th 1999.
Andersson, E. and S. Eriksén (1999), One-Stop Service; Integrating Local, Regional and National Public Service On-line. Position paper for the workshop Broadening Our Understanding: Community Networks and Other Forms of Computer Supported Community Work, organized by D. Schuler et al, at the European conference for Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ECSCW99, in Copenhagen, September 12th 1999.
Eriksén, S. (1999), Intertwining Themes - Teaching Students How to Design for Actual Use and Bringing Design to the Use Situation. Position paper for the workshop How to make User Centred Design Usable, organized by J. Gulliksen et al, at the European conference on Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT99 in Edinburgh, Scotland, August 30th September 9th 1999.
Eriksén, S. (1999), Globalization and Genius Loci; From Intentional Spaces to Purposeful Places. Position paper for the international workshop held in Ronnebt April 15th-16th 1999 on the theme Social Theory and ICT, organized by initiative of the Brittish and the Nordic research councils for Humanities and Social Sciences as part of the development of research strategies for the 21st century focusing on the on-going technological development.
Research reports etc.
Dittrich, Y. S. Eriksén and B. Wessels (2009), From Knowledge Transfer to Situated innovation: Cultivating spaces for co-operation in innovation and design between academics, user-groups and ICT providers. Blekinge Institute of Technology Research Report 2009:1.
Eriksén, S. (2007), Peer review report from visit to the Basque Country in 2006, within the framework of the IANIS+ peer reviewing visits program for reviewing of regional development projects.
Ekelin, A. (2005), "What's up over there?" A brief sketch of developments of e-government in the states of California and Washington. Report from a trip commissioned by the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, VINNOVA, for the purpose of mapping the development of public e-services in western USA. Presented at the Quality Conference (Kvalitétsmässan) in Gothenburg, November 8th 2005. What's up (abstract in English)
Appelquist, J., A. Ekelin, F. Jila and K. Hallqvist (2003), SMILE Revisited. Research report 2003:8, ISSN:1103-1581 Blekinge Institute of Technology. SMILE
Ekelin, A. and P. Elovaara (2003), Travel report from the Netherlands . Report from a trip commissioned by the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, VINNOVA, for the purpose of mapping the development in the e-government area in Europe. Presented at the TIME seminar in Stockholm, October 9th 2003.
Eriksén, S. (2003), Report from a visit to Italy, June 2003. A brief sketch of the infrastructural conditions concerning governmental funding of e-government research and development in Italy. Report from a trip commissioned by the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, VINNOVA, for the purpose of mapping the institutionalisation of e-government R&D in Europe. Presented at the TIME seminar in Stockholm, October 9th 2003.
Ekelin, A. (2001), Vardagsdialog och design för samverkan i användning. (Everyday dialog for cooperation in use) Evaluation of the Public Internet Monitor Project, by commission from the Swedish Insurance Agency and the Swedish Tax Agency.
Ekelin, A., S. Eriksén and E. Andersson (2000), Mapping out and constructing needs in developing on-line public services. Final report concerning an inventory of public interest concerning public e-services, commissioned by Regions Information Society Initiative (RISI++). RISI++
Workshops and tutorials (organizors of)
Eriksén, S., A. Ekelin and J. Winter (2004), Introduction to Participatory Design. Tutorial organized by us at PDC´04. Brief presentation in PDC-04 Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference. Artful Integration: Interweaving Media, Materials and Practices. Vol. 2, pp.202, Toronto, Canada, July 27th-31st 2004.
Invited speaker, panelist or panel chair
Invited speaker at the 4th International Workshop on Needs for eGovernment research management, within the project eGovernet, held in Krakow, Poland, on June 26th 2006. Sara Eriksén presented experiences from Blekinge of regional e-government research.eGovernet workshop
Invited speaker at the Prelude Challenge Conference, Committee of the Regions, Brussels, October 18th 2005. Sara Eriksén was of two invited speakers during the first session: Introduction: the PRELUDE model of Regional Clusters for Innovation.Prelude Challenge
Eriksén, S. (2003), Situatedness, Accountability or Moods to contrast Abstraction in IT Design? Panel discussion at ECIS 2003, European Conference on Information Systems, on the theme New Paradigms in Organizations, Markets and Society, Naples, Italy June 19th-21st 2003. Chair: Sara Eriksén. Panelists: professor Claudio Ciborra, London School of Economics, Antonio Cordella, London School of Economics, professor Gianni Jacucci, Trento university, Italy, Peter Axel Nielsen, Ålborg University, Denmark and professor Ina Wagner, Technical University of Vienna, Austria.
Though I have not listed research funding applications individually here, it should be kept in mind that such applications make up a large part of the writing work in everyday research practice. During 2006, for instance, we wrote 18 different applications for external funding (for various R&D projects, co-fundning of a student conference etc) of which six were approved.