International Journal of Information Management Sciences http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS <p><strong>International Journal of Information Management Sciences</strong> is an annual research journal being published by <strong>Pakistan Librarians Welfare Organization (PLWO</strong>) since 2017. This is the first research journal of Pakistan that is being published by the professional association of librarians. It is published both in print and online version as an “open access policy”. IJIMS welcomes contributions from all around the world and has a wide range of readers.</p> <p><em>International Journal of Information Management Sciences </em>is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal for delivering and discussing original and current research results concerning information management, libraries, data management knowledge management and social sciences.</p> <p>The journal is based on empirical research in the information management sciences but with strong connections to social science theories and methodologies in general. The journal is meant for researchers, students, and readers interested in current issues and developments in field of library and information management sciences.</p> <p>The journal will be published electronically. It will be easily accessible, free of charge, and will be distributed widely through the Open Journal System (OJS). The journal will contain 3-5 peer-reviewed articles. We also welcome reviews on recent regionally relevant books, news, announcements, presentations of current research, institutions, and significant projects.<br><br>The journal will be published electronically once in a year. The open calls for papers will be announced on this website.</p> Pakistan Librarian Welfare Organization (PLWO) en-US International Journal of Information Management Sciences 2225-9163 <div class="item copyright"> <p><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="license"><img src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by/4.0/88x31.png" alt="Creative Commons License" width="111" height="39"></a></p> <p>This work is licensed under a&nbsp;<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a>.</p> <p>Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:</p> <p>Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a> that allows others to use and share the work with an acknowledgment of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal, as long as it is not used for commercial purposes. The author also follows the<a href="http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/publicationethics"> publication ethics</a>, while considering IJIMS for publication.<br>Authors may choose a different&nbsp;<a href="https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/">Creative Commons</a> license by indicating their preference to the editors.</p> </div> The Impact of ERP Implementation on User Satisfaction while Working from Home during Mass Movement Restrictions http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/article/view/142 <p>As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in Indonesia in 2020, companies and organizations have devised measures in order to adapt with the absence of physical workforce presence in the workplace, including implementing work-from-home (WfH) regimes, where the employee conducts work operations from their residence. Adapting into a new working&nbsp; environment, however, is often a considerable challenge for companies and organizations of all stripes, especially in ensuring that users can properly adjust themselves and maintain a degree of work efficiency.&nbsp; The work efficiency of users while&nbsp; using an widespread and integrated company business solution, especially enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often measured by the overall satisfaction of each user. To measure user satisfaction while using an ERP-based enterprise resource management system for work-from-home operations, this research attempts to conduct a survey in an institution or organization that has been sending employees to work from home by collecting responses from employees. The questionnaire will have each respondent evaluate the three relevant variables (benefits, risks and barriers) while using the ERP based system to work from home, which will then be used to measure its correlation with the users’ satisfaction relative to the three factors&nbsp; using the one-way ANOVA correlation method. Research results have yielded a positive correlation between the variables of system effectiveness and user satisfaction, indicating that the use of ERP is generally satisfactory to its users and that ERP systems prove beneficial in assisting organizations in their WfH regime, within the restrictions of a public health issue and beyond.</p> Sidanta Oscar Tristan Meyliana Copyright (c) 2022-09-09 2022-09-09 6 1 1 14 Evaluating Local Heritage Knowledge Repository System by Identifying Factors Influencing Individual Impact Using the IS Success Model http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/article/view/147 <p>This paper evaluates the Local Heritage Knowledge Repository System (LHKRS) by identifying the factors which influence the individual impact using the Information System (I.S.) success model. The I.S. success model is a common framework that has been developed and updated by DeLone and McLean, to test an information system. The success model comprised of seven factors: system quality, information quality, service quality, user satisfaction, intention to use, use, and individual impact.</p> <p>z Findings show system quality and the information quality has a positive impact on use and user satisfaction. The service quality has minimal impact on user satisfaction, and no significance was identified towards use. between the dependent variables, which are use and user satisfaction, user satisfaction had the highest positive impact on individual impact. This seven-dimension model captures the values needed for a successful LHKRS implementation</p> Iskandar Yulita Hanum P Kumar Rakesh Nazri Shahrizal Osman Mohd Azam Copyright (c) 2022 Yulita Hanum P Iskandar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-09-09 2022-09-09 6 1 15 31 Media Literacy and Fake News: Evaluating the Roles and Responsibilities of Radio Stations in Combating Fake News in the COVID-19 Era http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/article/view/148 <p>This study probed into media literacy and fake news by evaluating the roles and responsibilities of radio stations in combating misinformation and conspiracy theories during the COVID-19 era. Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) highlighted how to better understand communication during a crisis and safeguard an establishment's reputation during an emergency. This investigation embraced the qualitative research technique guided by the ethnography research paradigm, which supports information gathering through observations, interviews and evaluation of extant documented data to produce comprehensive accounts of social occurrences. A focus group discussion among radio station reporters was purposively used as data collection method. The questions put before reporters of the University of Lagos Radio Station (UNILAG Radio) were based on issues relating to strategies, circumstances, sources, modalities and perceptions of fake news during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study discovered that fake news is attractive to people during the time of health emergencies, such as the coronavirus pandemic, because of the attractiveness of social media and the encouragement of certain self-styled social media influencers. This factor was magnified by the fact that people were idle as a result of the lockdown and unemployment was prevalent, while reportage by mainstream media, statistics and social media trends were the convincing reasons why there was anxiety to seek information. In the process, people became victims of misinformation. The study also revealed that radio stations also leverage authentic sources of information from established organisations like the World Health Organisations (WHO) and interviews with health professionals on scientific facts. The radio station reporters agreed that transmitting fake news about COVID-19 should have consequences, and the station school quickly corrected the wrong information and offered an apology.</p> Durodolu Oluwole O. Nduka Stella C. Dube Tinyiko Vivian Copyright (c) 2022 Oluwole O. Durodolu https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 2022-09-09 2022-09-09 6 1 33 49 Forecasting Domestic Tax Revenues in Kenya Using Sarima & Holt-Winters Methods http://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/article/view/153 <p>Forecasting of tax revenues is an important factor in fiscal planning. Underestimation and overestimation of tax revenues lead to unstable economies. The study sought to find suitable Holt-Winters and SARIMA models that could be used to forecast Domestic tax revenues in Kenya. The study utilized the Domestic tax revenues collected in Kenya between Jan 2015 to December 2020. Analysis of data was done using R-software (version 4.1.0) where SARIMA and Holt-Winters time series forecasting methods were applied to the revenue data. SARIMA(0,1,1)(0,1,1)[12] model was found to be the best model since it had the least Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC=1236.49) and least forecasting errors (MAPE=6.9, MASE=0.37).The multiplicative Holt-Winters method was slightly superior to the additive method due to its lower error (MAPE=7.43). The study recommends the use of the two methods to forecast Domestic taxes in Kenya be used to capture the Domestic taxes revenues with high precision.</p> Micheni Nelson Kirimi Atitwa Edwin Benson Kimani Patrick Copyright (c) 2022 SettingsMicheni Nelson Kirimi, Atitwa Edwin Benson, Kimani Patrick https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 2022-10-04 2022-10-04 6 1 50 59