2004, University of Salford, United Kingdom, Ph D1990, University College London, United Kingdom, MSc information management DOI Greenhill A, Holmes K. Creating Communities: The Use of Technology in Craft and DIY Communities of Practice Journal of Systems and Information Technology, 4 Bell F, Fletcher G, Greenhill A, Griffiths M, Mc Lean R. Making Mad Lab: A creative space for innovation and creating prototypes Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 84 :43-53 DOI Mc Lean R, Bell F, Griffiths M, Greenhill A, Fletcher G. Science Fiction Prototypes: technology narratives between futures Futures, Holmes K, Mc Lean R, Green G. Crafting a future online: A study of how independent craftspeople adopt social media and web technologies Journal of Systems and Information Technology, 14 :142-154 DOI Mc Lean R, Hilditch J, Green G. The music industry in the twenty-first century: challenges and innovation Management Decision, 48 :9-10 Mc Lean R, Oliver PG, Wainwright DW. The myths of empowerment through information communication technologies: An exploration of the music industries and fan bases Management Decision, 48 :1365-1377 DOI Mc Lean R, Wainwright D. Social Networks, Football Fans, Fantasy and Reality: How Corporate and Media interests are invading our Lifeworld Journal of Information Communication and Ethics in Society, 7 :54-71 DOI Avila-Porro D, Light B, Mc Lean R. Web-mediated market interactions and enterprise software Cutter IT Journal, 21 :29-33 Mc Lean R. Pixel chix and digi guys: Exploring the experiences of the "Digital citizen" in two contexts International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 4 :1-21 Cushman M, Mclean R. Exclusion, inclusion and changing the face of information systems research Information Technology & People, 21 :213-221 DOI Kayas OG, Mc Lean R, Hines T, Wright GH. The panoptic gaze: Analysing the interaction between enterprise resource planning technology and organisational culture International Journal of Information Management, 28 :446-452 DOI Mc Lean R. Cafe Culture: The Use of Knowledge Cafes as an Innovative Learning / Teaching Method Learning and Teaching in Action, 5 Mc Lean R. A tale of two e-citizens: A consideration of engagement in the e-society in two contexts Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2006, Mc Lean R, Kayas O, Henderson A. Use of the Internet by Health Professionals and Consumer Support Groups: a case analysis. e-commerce and the promise of consumer empowerment Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, Information Systems in a Rapidly Changing Economy, ECIS 2005, :13 Mc Lean R, Blackie NM. Customer and Company Voices in e Commerce: A Qualitative Analysis Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 7 :243-249 Mc Lean R, Bell F, Fletcher G, Greenhill A, Griffiths M. Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems Information Science Reference 978-1605662640 Membership of professional bodies: UKAIS President Elect (first woman to be elected to this role), UK Academy of Information Systems, Item/News Item.aspx?
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Earlier this year Rachel was elected as President of the UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS), becoming the first woman to hold this post since the Academy was founded 25 years ago.
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