Niki CHATZIPANAGIOTOU is a PhD candidate in the Department of Informatics at Linnaeus University (LnU). She holds a master's degree in Information Systems from Linnaeus University, Sweden and a bachelor's degree in Library and Information Science from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece. She has worked as an academic librarian for fifteen years. Her work focuses on the use of information systems in information-intensive organizations such as libraries. Her current doctoral research focuses on human work practices and how these are mediated and facilitated by artefacts for cooperation.
Article in journal (Refereed)
- Somerville, M.M., Chatzipanagiotou, N. (2015). Informed Systems : Enabling Collaborative Evidence Based Organizational Learning. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 10. 24-39.
Conference paper (Refereed)
- Chatzipanagiotou, N., Mirijamdotter, A. (2018). Library Managers’ Use of Digital Technologies in Everyday Work Practices : An Application of Human Activity Systems Modeling. OR60 Annual Conference, 11-13 Sept. 2018, Lancaster University, Birmingham : The Operational Research Society. 153-153.
- Chatzipanagiotou, N. (2017). Exploring Information Management Practices : Academic Library Professionals’ Experiences. Selected Papers of the IRIS (Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia) : Issue Nr 8(2017). 89-110.
- Chatzipanagiotou, N. (2017). Toward An Integrated Approach to Information Management : A Literature Review. Strategic Innovative Marketing. 667-673.
- Chatzipanagiotou, N. (2014). Soft Systems Methodology : an Inclusive Informatics Re-Design Approach for a New Economy. ISTI (Information Systems & Technology Information), 5th International Conference on Information Systems & Technology Innovations: projecting trends in a New Economy. Tirana, Albania 6-7 June 2014. 08.