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Brian Still

Associate Professor

Office: 483
Email:brian.still@ttu.edu
Website:http://www.brianstill.com

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Books
Book Chapters
Edited Collection
Special Issue
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 Handbook of Research on Open Source Software


Books

  • Usability of Complex Information Systems: Evaluation of User Interaction (pp. 371). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (Taylor and Francis). 2010.
  • Online Intersex Communities: Virtual Neighborhoods of Support and Activism (pp. 180). Amherst, NY: Cambria Press. 2008.
  • Brian Still and Kirk St. Amant (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Open Source Software (pp. 400). Hershey, PA: IGI Press. 2007.

 

Book Chapters

  • Usability for a Ubiquitous Computing World. Intercom, 57(7), 31-33. 2010.

 

Edited Collection

  • Handbook of Research on Open Source Software: Technological, Economic, and Social Perspectives. Co-edited with Kirk St. Amant. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2007.

 

Special Issue

  • Usability Studies and Technical Communication. Co-edited with Michael J. Albers. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. (2010).
  • Online Health Communication. Co-edited with Amy Koerber. Technical Communication Quarterly. 17.3 (2008).

 

Articles

  • Editorial: Technical Communication and Usability Studies. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 53(3), 189-190. (2010).
  •  Usability of Complex Systems: A Technical Communication Perspective. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. (2010).
  • The Blank-Page Technique: Reinvigorating Paper Prototyping in Usability Testing. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 53(3), 144-157.  (2010).
  • Listening to Students: A Usability Evaluation of Instructor Commentary. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24(2), 206-233.  (2010).
  • "More than a Decade after the Birth of Open Source, It's Time for OpenTechComm". Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 40(2), 219-228. (2010).
  • "Guest Editors' Introduction: Online Health Communication." Co-authored with Amy Koerber. Technical Communication Quarterly. 17.3 (2008): 259-263.
  • "Talking to Students: Evaluating the Use of Embedded Voice Commenting for Critiquing Student Writing." Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 20.4 (2006): 460-475.
  • "Internal Cultural Barriers to E-Commerce Implementation: A Case Study of How Ineffective Leadership Doomed XYZ’s Online Transaction System." Co-authored with Kirk St. Amant. International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce 2.1 (2006): 23-45.
  • "Open Source Software: A Perspective for Decision-Making in a Global Age." Co-authored. Encyclopedia for Multimedia Technology and Networking. Margherita Pagani, ed. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc. 2005: 791-798.
  • "Hacking for a Cause." First Monday 10.9 (September 2005).
    <http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue10_9/still/index.html>.
  • "A Syntactic Approach to Readability." Co-authored with Tim Giles. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 35.1 (2005): 47-70.
  • "An Open Source Primer." Internet-Based Workplace Communication: Industry and Academic Applications. Eds. Kirk St. Amant & Pavel Zemliansky. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc., 2004: 278-298.

 

Reprints

  • "Hacking for a Cause." ICFAI Journal of Cyber Law, 5.1 (February 2006): 22-35.
  • "An Open Source Primer." Reprinted in Global Information Technologies: Concepts, Tools and Applications. Ed. Felix Tan. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 37-51.

 

Short Articles