Monday 13, March


To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Behaviour & Information Technology (BIT), Taylor & Francis are offering free online access to the five most highly cited original research papers published in the Journal over the last 10 years.*

Aesthetics and preferences of web pages
B. N. Schenkman and F. U. Jonsson
Volume 19, Issue 5, 2000

Attitudes, satisfaction and usage: Factors contributing to each in the acceptance of information technology
S. S. Al-Gahtani and M. King
Volume 18, Issue 4, 1999

A proposed index of usability: A method for comparing the relative usability of different software systems
H. X. Lin, Y. Y. Choong and G. Salvendy
Volume 16, Issue 4-5, 1997

Software evaluation using the 9241 evaluator
R. Oppermann and H. Reiterer
Volume 16, Issue 4-5, 1997

User involvement in the systems design process - A practical guide for users
L. Damodaran
Volume 15, Issue 6, 1996

For further information about the Journal, please visit the BIT website.

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* Citation data obtained from Thomson ISI Web of Science®.


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