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Punyapiroje, C., Morrison M., & Hoy M G. (2002).  A Nation Under the Influence: The Creative Strategy Process for Advertising in Thailand. Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising. 24, 51-66.
Punyapiroje, C., Hoy M G., & Morrison M. (1998).  Let’s Thai That: Can a U.S. Study of Sex Role Portrayals Transcend Cultural Bounds?. University of Tennessee’s College of Communications 20th Annual Communications Research Symposium.
Punyapiroje, C., Morrison M., & Hoy M G. (2001).  A Nation Under the Influence: The Creative Strategy Process for Advertising in Thailand. (Roberts, M. S., & King R. L., Ed.).Asian Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 64-65.
Pritt, E., Johnstone P. M., Kotowski M. R., & Smith S. (2008).  Leisure Noise Exposure and MP3 Player Usage in College Students. American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
Price, A. N., & Fleming-May R. (2011).  Downloads or Outcomes?: Measuring and Communicating the Contributions of Library Resources to Faculty and Student Success. Serials Librarian. 61, 196-199.
Pratt, A., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Crisis in intercollegiate athletics: Shared meanings among senior woman administrators. Summit on Communication and Sport.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Applying Information Science Lens for Advancing Critical Research on IT Adoption: Insights from Continued Usage of Mobile Phones by Poor Women in Rural India. International Journal of Technology Diffusion. 6(1), 76-99.
Potnis, D., Adkins D., Cooke N., & Babu R. (2017).  Addressing Barriers to Engaging with Marginalized Communities: Advancing Research on Information, Communication, and Technologies for Development (ICTD). 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science & Technology.
Potnis, D., Demissie D., Trimmer J., & Cleek J. (2018).  WhatsApp for Social Activism in Ethiopia? Research in Progress from US Diplomacy Lab. 21st Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems.
Potnis, D., Regenstreif H., Deosthali K., Cortez E. M., & Allard S. (2016).  Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants in Information Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 57(2), 187-196.
Potnis, D. (2014).  Examining Mobile Banking in Developing Nations from Pro-Poor “Context, Culture, and Community” Perspective. 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science & Technology.
Potnis, D. (2012).  IT Research to Create Value for Small Businesses, Microfinance, & Society.
Potnis, D. (2017).  “Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate boRrowers” (FILTER): A Channel for Public Libraries to Partner with Governments for Financial Inclusion in the Developing World.
Potnis, D., & Gala B.. (2018).  Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate Borrowers in India (ALISE/OCLC Research Grant Presentation).
Potnis, D., & Deosthali K. (2012).  DeMoAidS: Demonstrate “Aid is working” for Motivating the youth in developed world to Aid global philanthropy and Scale their effort rapidly.
Potnis, D. (2011).  Marital Status of Female Cell Phone Users: Criterion for Distinct Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context.
Potnis, D. (2010).  Measuring e-Governance as an Innovation in the Public Sector. Government Information Quarterly. 27(1), 41-48.
Potnis, D. (2016).  Managing Seven Dimensions of ICT4D Projects to Address Project Challenges. Human Development and Interaction in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology. 227-249.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Beyond Access to Information: Understanding the Use of Information by Poor Female Mobile Users in Rural India. The Information Society. 31(1), 83-93.
Potnis, D., Deosthali K., & Pino J. (2017).  Investigating Barriers to “Using Information” in Electronic Resources: A Study with e-Book Users. 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science & Technology.
Potnis, D., & Allard S. (2018).  Training LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants for Libraries and Not-for-Profit Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 59(3), 
Potnis, D. (2016).  8 Economic Barriers Responsible for India’s Gender Digital Divide. Global Health Hub. http://www.globalhealthhub.org/2016/01/27/8-economic-barriers-responsible-forindias-gender-digital-divide/.
Potnis, D. (2012).  Women and ICTs: Access and Empowerment. Sixth International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance.
Potnis, D. (2009).  Mobile Technologies and Disadvantaged Women: A Mixed Methods Study of Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context.
Potnis, D. (2013).  IT to Create Value for Small Businesses, Microfinance, & Society.
Potnis, D., & Gala B.. (2017).  Factors Influencing Citizens’ Intention to Spread Information over Mobile Phones: Implications for Mobile Governance in India. 10th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Project Management for IT-Driven Development of Disadvantaged Communities. Annual Meeting of The Institute of Operations Research and Management Sciences .
Potnis, D., & Allard S. (2018).  Developing MISSILE Curriculum to Train LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants. Association of Library and Information Science Education 2018 Conference.
Potnis, D. (2014).  A Toolkit for Libraries to Assist Small Businesses (ATLAS).
Potnis, D. (2011).  Folksonomy-based User-centric Information Organization Systems. International Journal of Information Studies . 3(1), 31-43.
Potnis, D. (2016).  Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. Inequalities Creating Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones in India: Factors Responsible for the Gender Digital Divide. 32(5), 1332-1342.
Potnis, D. (2016).  Transforming LIS Students into a Mobile Workforce for 21st Century Libraries. Accreditation & Emerging Competencies Session, Association of Library and Information Science Education 2016 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.
Potnis, D. (2014).  Examining Mobile Banking in Developing Nations from Pro-Poor “Context, Culture, and Community” Perspective.
Potnis, D., & Deosthali K. (2014).  Factors Influencing Adoption of Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Mobile Technologies by the Growth Engine of the US Economy. First Monday. 19(9), 
Potnis, D., Demissie D., & Rahman M.. (2017).  Agent-Based Mobile Banking for Financial Inclusion of Vulnerable Population in Bangladesh. iConference.
Potnis, D., & Allard S. (2017).  Mobile Information Skills and Solutions in Library Education (MISSILE) Interim Report for Planning Grant.
Potnis, D. (2010).  Mobile Technologies and Socio-economic Opportunities for Disadvantaged Women: A Study of Information Behavior in a Developing Nation Context. College of Computing and Information, State University of New York, University at Albany. Ph.D. Dissertation,
Potnis, D. (2014).  Microfinance 101: Fundamental Concepts, Challenges, and Opportunities.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Addressing Data Collection Challenges in ICT for Development Projects. International Journal of ICT and Human Development. 7(3), 36-55.
Potnis, D., Demissie D., & Deosthali K. (2017).  Students’ Intention to Adopt Internet-Based Personal Safety Wearable Devices: Extending UTAUT with Trusting Beliefs. First Monday.
Potnis, D., & Deosthali K. (2015).  A Practitioner’s Guide for Libraries to Invest in Mobile Applications and Mobile Sites.
Potnis, D. (2011).  Cell phone-enabled Empowerment of Women Earning less than $1 per Day. IEEE Technology & Society, Society on Social Implications of Technology, IEEE. 30(2), 39-45.
Potnis, D. (2016).  Managing ICT4D Field Research in the Developing World: Challenges, Opportunities, & Innovative Solutions. 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems.
Potnis, D. (2016).  Culture’s Consequences: Economic Barriers to Owning Mobile Phones Experienced by Women in India. Telematics and Informatics . 33(2), 356-369.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Wilson’s Information-Seeking Behavior Models (1981, 1996, 1999). Information Seeking Behavior and Technology Adoption: Theories And Trends. 94-112.
Potnis, D. (2008).  Innovation Management Measurement and e-Government.
Potnis, D., & Gala B.. (2017).  Factors Influencing Electronic Word-of-Mouth Among Indian Youth: Implications for Mobile Governance. 10th International Conference on Electronic Governance. Special Issue Publication on eGovernment in India,
Potnis, D., & Mallary K. (2018).  Training Librarians to Better Serve Patrons Using Assistive Technologies: An Inquiry-Based Approach. Association of Library and Information Science Education 2018 Conference.
Potnis, D., & Demissie D. (2009).  Barriers to Socio-economic Opportunities in Africa: An e-Government Perspective.
Potnis, D., Deosthali K., Zhu X., & McCusker R. (2017).  Factors Influencing the Intention of Students to Continue Using e-Books: Recommendations for Academic Libraries to Better Engage with Students. Association of Library and Information Science Education.

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