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Page 361 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 118, Issue 4 [page]

1992 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
‘‘A critical appraisal of task taxonomies as a tool for studying office activities.” ACM Trans. Off. Inf. Syst., 2(4), 331- 339. Hirschheim, R. A. (1986).  ...  “Social and task related impacts of office automation: An exploratory model of the office.” Hum. Syst. Mgmt., 7(2), 103-114.  ... 

Contemporary Archival Appraisal Methods and Preservation Decision-Making

Tyler Walters
1996 The American Archivist  
It also provides overviews of some modern appraisal models which are intended for collections and preservation archivists who are working with selection-for-preservation issues.  ...  It also provides overviews of some modern appraisal models which are intended for collections and preservation archivists who are working with selection-for-preservation issues.  ...  At the instigation of former Preservation Officer Paul Conway, the SAA has also recognized the critical importance of applying archival appraisal to selection for preservation in archives.  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.59.3.w4th5pp861802870 fatcat:amyz6oylbvgfhfkp7mpi6kseyy

The application of AHP in the development of a taxonomy of merchant marine deck officers' non-technical skills (NTS)

Farhan Saeed, Alan Bury, Stephen Bonsall, Ramin Riahi
2019 Logistics & Sustainable Transport  
This paper identifies the skills necessary for deck officers to effectively perform their duties on the bridge of a ship.  ...  To achieve this, initially, a taxonomy of deck officers' NTS is developed through a review of relevant literature and the conducting of semi-structured interviews with experienced seafarers.  ...  Acknowledgment The material and data in this publication have been obtained through the funding and support of the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU) and The Nippon Foundation in  ... 
doi:10.2478/jlst-2019-0005 fatcat:xhgipajnp5fydkwcok3qnaxooq

Integrating the strengths of cognitive emotion models with traditional HCI analysis tools

Mark Springett, Effie Lai-Chong Law, Mark Coulson
2013 Universal Access in the Information Society  
is increasingly recognized as a key success factor.  ...  Norman's Action Cycle has commonly been applied as an interaction analysis tool in the field of HCI.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors are grateful to Suzette Keith for her assistance in preparation of this paper  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-013-0335-y fatcat:t7vw5kiwprfyrj37ez7bbvrfdy

The Determination of Value in Archival Science and the Ever Evolving Theories of Records Selection

Lekoko Kenosi, Trevor Moathodi
2012 Eastern Librarian  
The task of purging some records and retaining others for long term preservation in an archival repository has not been an easy one for records professionals.  ...  This task is even made more difficult by the fact that what is destroyed as useless by today's standards can prove to be of invaluable use tomorrow.  ...  used in these activities should reflect the appraised value of the tasks (Cook, 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.3329/el.v23i1.12116 fatcat:lr3bchuspradrn532pcbliyd2u

Occupationally-specific skills: Using skills to define and understand jobs and their requirements

Roni Reiter-Palmon, Marcy Young, Jill Strange, Renae Manning, Joseph James
2006 Human Resource Management Review  
The purpose of this article is to describe the need to identify occupationally-specific skills and outline a methodology used to create occupationallyspecific skills.  ...  The article concludes by identifying possible uses for occupationally-specific skills and providing information about actual implementation and use of systems based on occupationally-specific skills.  ...  In addition, there is no link between job activity taxonomies (such as GWAs) and KSAO taxonomies (Schmitt & Robertson, 1990) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hrmr.2006.05.002 fatcat:lswowsemvnebhkf3tf5gktkqey

Appraising Adequacy of Standard Based Curriculum 2006 and Allied Secondary School Mathematics Textbooks for Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in the Punjab, Pakistan

Khurram Gulzar
2019 Pakistan Journal of Education  
Web Alignment Tool was used to assign Depth of knowledge (DOK) levels to the prescribed students learning outcomes (SLOs) for secondary level mathematics in Pakistan.  ...  The outcomes of the study show that the curriculum is predominated by the SLOs of DOK level 1(204 out 280 SLOs). There is no SLO of DOK level 4.  ...  It used verbs to differentiate the taxonomy levels and as the verbs generally appear at multiple levels of the taxonomy so it was difficult to infer the intended complexity of the allied level of the taxonomy  ... 
doi:10.30971/pje.v35i3.770 fatcat:mt6zauzq6zhk3ns5pyqzv55kfm

Designing a system for career development and advancement in the U.S. Navy

Jerry W. Hedge, Walter C. Borman, Mark J. Bourne
2006 Human Resource Management Review  
As part of this HR transformation, the current research describes the design of a career development and advancement system.  ...  Several years ago, in a special issue of Human Resources Management Review, Feldman (1999) commented that the notion of "managing careers" had entered the public consciousness as an important issue, in  ...  Acknowledgement All statements expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not represent official opinions of the United States Navy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hrmr.2006.06.002 fatcat:ucq6iblv3vdxta7go3no4byrmu

Taxonomy development: assessing the merits of contextual classification

Chris Milne
2007 Records Management Journal  
Findings Concludes that classification of information, resources and services within intranet and/or portal environments using a citation order of function, activity, task, sub-task is likely to be of  ...  Design/methodology/approach Draws on experience, personal opinion, published literature and discussions with peers to assess the applicability of contextual classification as a tool to support taxonomy  ...  Gilchrist (2003) via literature review and case study seeks to appraise and clarify the application of the terms "thesauri, taxonomies and ontologies" as used by information scientists and those concerned  ... 
doi:10.1108/09565690710730660 fatcat:essdqtiwpncc3cd7b3vv3vzs2i

A survey study of evidence-based medicine training in US and Canadian medical schools

Maria A. Blanco, Carol F. Capello, Josephine L. Dorsch, Gerald (Jerry) Perry, Mary L. Zanetti
2014 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
Findings can provide a starting point for discussion to develop a standardized competency framework.  ...  The survey sought information on enrollment and class size; EBM learning objectives, curricular activities, and assessment approaches by year of training; EBM faculty; EBM tools; barriers to implementing  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the following individuals for their vital contributions:  ... 
doi:10.3163/1536-5050.102.3.005 pmid:25031556 pmcid:PMC4076124 fatcat:6n4xeg5hmfey7kpendpmsuok5a

Reducing the property appraisal bias with decision support systems: An experimental investigation in the South African property market

Kathleen Margaret Evans, University of Cape Town, Carsten Lausberg, Sui Sang How Jesse
2019 Journal of African Real Estate Research  
Few studies have delved into debiasing methods and even fewer have used technical tools for this task.  ...  Aim -The research aim is to determine the efficacy of a decision-support tool in reducing property appraisal bias. Setting and Methods -A controlled experimental study design was used.  ...  In the context of property valuation, Yiu et al. (2006) , through a desktop study of appraisal bias, identified the anchoring effect, appraisal smoothing and survival biases as common types of appraisal  ... 
doi:10.15641/jarer.v4i1.729 fatcat:ir5m7nyoa5ejlbsdssd2uujwfm

Strategy for development and assessment of critical thinking in undergraduate management and leadership education

Alina Zapalska, Joshua Schwartz, Parish Kaleiwahea, Peter Imbriale, Ben Wroblewski
2020 Obrazovanje za poduzetništvo - E4E  
The success of this strategy for critical thinking development is based on the effectiveness of sequentially designed instruction with a continuous process of assessing critical thinking skills development  ...  This paper illustrates a strategy for advancing and assessing critical thinking skills in an undergraduate business program.  ...  The various elements of learning include self-learning, collaborative learning, passive learning and active learning; all have their place as part of a series of mutually reinforcing activities for critical  ... 
doi:10.38190/ope.10.1.8 fatcat:ruvu7nay5bafjcwdgmeulpwhwq

Beyond Tasks: An Activity Typology for Visual Analytics

Darren Edge, Nathalie Henry Riche, Jonathan Larson, Christopher White
2018 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
In preparation for the remainder of the paper, we establish the activity system model as a framework for unifying disparate concepts arising from a broad spectrum of taxonomies, theories, systems, and  ...  Next, we describe how Activity Theory can be used as an organizing framework in the construction of activity typologies, building and expanding upon the tradition of abstract task taxonomies in the field  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank James Landay and Sergio Paolantonio for their contributions to the activity-centered design process used in this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2017.2745180 pmid:28866577 fatcat:erxuw2bntndivovicejib3s6pi

Effectiveness of strategic environmental assessment - the significance of learning

Urmila Jha-Thakur, Paola Gazzola, Deborah Peel, Thomas B. Fischer, Sue Kidd
2009 Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal  
This is done through a framework for analysis based on a review of the organisational and individual learning literatures.  ...  Nevertheless, very often it loses its prominence both as a process and as a goal.  ...  potential of appraisal in spatial planning', Award No: RES-182-25-0018.  ... 
doi:10.3152/146155109x454302 fatcat:5cskbek4zjbvhhs4226wwlxfza

A Temporally Based Framework and Taxonomy of Team Processes

Michelle A. Marks, John E. Mathieu, Stephen J. Zaccaro
2001 Academy of Management Review  
We then advance a taxonomy of team process dimensions synthesized from previous research and theorizing, a taxonomy that reflects our time-based conceptual framework.  ...  We conclude with implications for future research and application.  ...  The taxonomy could also be used to conduct team process appraisals, where particular teams would be evaluated on their ability to conduct each of the processes identified as critical by a team task analysis  ... 
doi:10.2307/259182 fatcat:z2wqzvrbt5aojl6eran5fh2hku
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