Director's Letter

As more people gain access to technology at home, it has become more embedded in everyday life. CRITO researchers strive to develop a deeper understanding of how technology is impacting households and society. Read letter...

Home as the Next Technological Frontier?

Alladi Venkatesh provides a historical view on the use of computers in the home and of the important role of the Internet. Full story...

The Family Portal for Home Networking

Several types of portals exist today, but there is not a portal specifically designed for the family. Full story...

The Tecámac Project Update

CRITO's Victor Gonzalez and Ken Kraemer are engaged in an assessment of the Tecámac housing project over the next three years. Full story...

Household Decision Making at a Distance

CRITO researchers Mary Gilly (pictured), Mary Wolfinbarger and Hope Schau investigate how the increased use of technology impacts the lives of U.S. Navy personnel. Full story...

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The CRITO Review is published 3 times a year by the External Relations Office of the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations.

CRITO Director, Kenneth L. Kraemer; CRITO Consortium Director, Vijay Gurbaxani; Director of External Relations, Maureen Vasquez; Art Design & Production, Carolyn Davidson



Global E-Commerce: Impacts of National Environment and Policy

Edited by Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jason Dedrick, Nigel P. Melville, and Kevin Zhu. This newly published book is now available at Amazon.com.

ICT in Everyday Life: Home and Personal Environments

Information Society special issue on computers in the home. Alladi Venkatesh, guest editor.

  CRITO | UC Irvine September 2006