Kim Martin
TitleCited byYear
Networks of digital humanities scholars: The informational and social uses and gratifications of Twitter
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, L McCay-Peet
Big data & society 2 (1), 2053951715589417, 2015
722015
Are e‐books replacing print books? Tradition, serendipity, and opportunity in the adoption and use of e‐books for historical research and teaching
K Martin, A Quan‐Haase
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64 (5 …, 2013
712013
Interviews with digital seniors: ICT use in the context of everyday life
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, K Schreurs
Information, Communication & Society, 2016
582016
Problematizing the digital literacy paradox in the context of older adults’ ICT use: Aging, media discourse, and self-determination
K Schreurs, A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Canadian Journal of Communication 42 (2), 2017
422017
The role of agency in historians’ experiences of serendipity in physical and digital information environments
K Martin, A Quan-Haase
Journal of Documentation, 2016
202016
Not all on the same page: e-book adoption and technology exploration by seniors
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, K Schreurs
Information Research 19 (2), 2014
172014
Digital humanities: the continuing role of serendipity in historical research
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the 2012 iConference, 456-458, 2012
162012
Digital curation and the networked audience of urban events: Expanding La Fiesta de Santo Tomás from the physical to the virtual environment
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
International Communication Gazette 75 (5-6), 521-537, 2013
152013
Seeking knowledge: An exploratory study of the Role of Social Networks in the adoption of Ebooks by historians
A Quan‐Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2011
152011
Problematizing the digital literacy paradox in the context of older adults’ ICT use: Aging, media discourse, and self-determination
K Schreuers, A Quan-Haase, K Martin
Canadian Journal of Communication 42 (2), 1, 2017
112017
“A process of controlled serendipity”: An exploratory study of historians' and digital historians' experiences of serendipity in digital environments
K Martin, A Quan‐Haase
Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 54 (1 …, 2017
82017
STAK–Serendipitous tool for augmenting knowledge: A conceptual tool for bridging digital and physical resources
K Martin, B Greenspan, A Quan-Haase
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique 9, 2017
52017
Changing chance encounters: Historians, serendipity, and the digital text
K Martin, A Quan-Haase
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS/Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI, 2014
42014
Beyond the playlist: Looking at user‐generated collocation of cultural products through social tagging
N Desrochers, A Quan‐Haase, DR Pennington, A Laplante, K Martin, ...
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2013
42013
Illusions of a “Bond”: tagging cultural products across online platforms
N Desrochers, A Laplante, K Martin, A Quan-Haase, L Spiteri
Journal of Documentation, 2016
32016
Rethinking Tradition: The loss of serendipity and the impact of technology on the historical research process
A Quan‐Haase, K Martin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2011
32011
The festivities of Santo Tomás in Chichicastenango: Technologies of representation as a means of identity expression in the Hispanic Baroque
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
The Transatlantic Hispanic Baroque, 291-306, 2014
2*2014
Creating Context from Curiosity: The Role of Serendipity in the Research Process of Historians in Physical and Digital Environments
K Martin
12016
Interviews with lifelong readers: preliminary findings from the EDITS (Effects of Digital Information Technology on Seniors) project
A Quan-Haase, K Martin, K Schreurs
iConference 2014 Proceedings, 2014
12014
Rethinking Tradition: the Impact of Technology & the Loss of Serendipity on the Historical Research Process
A Quan-Haase, K Martin
12012
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