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Persuasive Website Quality and Knowledge Sharing Success: A Preliminary Examination

  • Adel M. Aladwani
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 745)

Abstract

Persuasive website quality evaluation is a technique concerned with testing the robustness and appeal of an online environment from a user’s perspective. The topic has recently gained some attention and in this study we will try to re-examining it in a knowledge sharing setting, e.g., digital libraries of academic institutions. The objective of the current article then is to analyze the connection between the persuasive quality of Kuwait University’s library portal and knowledge sharing success; and to report the results in hope of informing relevant discussion on the topic.

Keywords

Persuasive website quality Knowledge sharing success Kuwait 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of QM and IS, College of Business AdministrationKuwait UniversityKuwait CityKuwait

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