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Pub. period:2003-2011
Pub. count:10
Number of co-authors:13


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Publications by Paul T. Jaeger (bibliography)

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Bertot, John Carlo and Jaeger, Paul T. (2011): Promoting social inclusion through public library e-government partnerships. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 395-401.

This paper explores the issues faced by public libraries in the provision of e-government access and education to their patrons and communities, particularly through partnerships with other community organizations aimed at promoting social inclusion of disadvantaged populations. Due to a complex set of factors -- including policy decisions, widespread trust of libraries, and a lack of social institutions that play similar roles -- public libraries now stand as a significant social guarantor of public access to and education about e-government in the United States. Drawing from data collected through a 2009 national survey of public libraries, a 2009 series of site visits of public libraries, and previous research by the authors, this paper examines the challenges of implementing public library networks and connectivity to support e-government access and education, as well as the numerous management issues raised by providing these services. The primary focus of this paper is examining the dual role of public libraries as providers of public Internet access and education and as partners with government agencies and other community organizations to collaborate effectively in the provision of e-government to meet community needs.

© All rights reserved Bertot and Jaeger and/or ACM Press

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Zhang, Pengyi, Qu, Yan, Huang, Chen, Jaeger, Paul T., Wells, John, Hayes, W. Scott, Hayes, James E. and Jin, Xin (2010): Collaborative identification and annotation of government deep web resources: a hybrid approach. In: Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia 2010. pp. 285-286.

In this extended abstract, we propose a hybrid approach of automatic means and social computing to identify and annotate Deep Web resources -- mainly databases and database portals -- to provide easy access to and descriptions and instruction on how to use these resources.

© All rights reserved Zhang et al. and/or their publisher

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Law, Chris M., Jaeger, Paul T. and McKay, Elspeth (2010): User-centered design in universal design resources?. In Universal Access in the Information Society, 9 (4) pp. 327-335.

Studies have revealed usability problems with universal design resources (UDRs). In this paper, four UDR development cases are reviewed (Section 508 standards, Web accessibility guidelines, the British Standard on managing inclusive design, and Irish guidelines on public access terminals). Evidence of a user-centered design approach was found in only one case. The needs of people making universally usable products and services in industry are discussed in the context of the use of UDRs and results of organizational research studies. Nine recommendations are made on the development of user-centered UDRs and the setup and management of accessibility teams in organizations.

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Jaeger, Paul T. (2009): Persons with disabilities and intergenerational universal usability. In Interactions, 16 (3) pp. 66-67.

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Bertot, John Carlo, Jaeger, Paul T. and McClure, Charles R. (2008): Citizen-centered e-government services: benefits, costs, and research needs. In: Chun, Soon Ae, Janssen, Marijn and Gil-Garca, Jos Ramn (eds.) DG.O 2008 - Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research May 18-21, 2008, Montreal, Canada. pp. 137-142.

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McClure, Charles R., Jaeger, Paul T. and Bertot, John Carlo (2007): The Looming Infrastructure Plateau? Space, Funding, Connection Speed, and the Ability of Public Libraries to meet the Demand for Free Internet Access. In First Monday, 12 (12) .

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Bertot, John Carlo, Jaeger, Paul T., Langa, Lesley A. and McClure, Charles R. (2006): Public access computing and Internet access in public libraries: The role of public libraries in e-government and emergency situations. In First Monday, 11 (9) .

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Jaeger, Paul T. and McClure, Charles R. (2004): Potential legal challenges to the application of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in public libraries: Strategies and issues. In First Monday, 9 (2) .

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Jaeger, Paul T., Bertot, John Carlo and McClure, Charles R. (2004): The effects of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in public libraries and its implications for research: A statistical, policy, and legal analysis. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55 (13) pp. 1131-1139.

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Jaeger, Paul T. and Burnett, Gary (2003): Curtailing online education in the name of homeland security: The USA PATRIOT Act, SEVIS, and international students in the United States. In First Monday, 8 (9) .

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