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Community Engagement to support COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake: A living systematic review protocol [article]

Brynne Gilmore, Nina Gerlach, Claudia Abreu Lopes, Alpha Ahmadou Diallo, Sanghita Bhattacharyya, Vergil de Claro, Rawlance Ndejjo, Elizabeth Nyamupachitu- Mago, Adalbert Tchetchia
2022 medRxiv   pre-print
The high-priority research needed on this topic, and the rapidly changing evidence base, supports the conduct of a living systematic review.  ...  Methodology A living systematic review will be conducted which includes an initial systematic review and bi-monthly review updates.  ...  Vaccine hesitancy is a complex phenomenon as it is underpinned by a mix of economic, psychological, socio-cultural, and political factors (4) .  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.03.08.22272082 fatcat:rkakwa2kazhttjfpcnz57snzdi

Conducting Unsupervised Virtual Reality User Studies Online

Aske Mottelson, Gustav Bøg Petersen, Klemen Lilija, Guido Makransky
2021 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
Conducting user studies online and unsupervised instead of in laboratories gives quick access to a large and inexpensive participant pool.  ...  rely on laboratory studies.  ...  STUDY I: SURVEY RESPONSES The purpose of this study was to investigate learning outcomes of a virtual lesson with a virtual guide (Petersen et al., 2021) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2021.681482 fatcat:ioxn4lzymzah3ghln7g5s2qjpq

Mapping Human Settlements with Higher Accuracy and Less Volunteer Efforts by Combining Crowdsourcing and Deep Learning

Benjamin Herfort, Hao Li, Sascha Fendrich, Sven Lautenbach, Alexander Zipf
2019 Remote Sensing  
To this end, we propose a novel workflow to combine deep learning (DeepVGI) and crowdsourcing (MapSwipe).  ...  Our strategy for allocating classification tasks to deep learning or crowdsourcing is based on confidence of the derived binary classification.  ...  Furthermore, building footprint extraction based on deep learning has been a central research topic in recent years [29, 30] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11151799 fatcat:te2alnp7jvdhxlmo2vickg55aa

The 1918 Influenza Pandemic: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Cécile Viboud, Justin Lessler
2018 American Journal of Epidemiology  
In the present commentary, we place these 12 articles in the context of a growing body of work on the archeo-epidemiology of past pandemics, the socioeconomic and geographic drivers of influenza mortality  ...  and natality impact, and renewed interest in immune imprinting mechanisms and the development of novel influenza vaccines.  ...  The last 2 articles of this collection are focused on preparedness for future pandemic threats (16, 17) , building on the lessons learned in 1918 and later pandemics, and on new tools to protect populations  ... 
doi:10.1093/aje/kwy207 pmid:30346477 pmcid:PMC6454441 fatcat:pj64gvhusncjtk3yryjll5t6iy

Remote iVR for Nutrition Education: From Design to Evaluation

Pejman Sajjadi, Caitlyn G. Edwards, Jiayan Zhao, Alex Fatemi, John W. Long, Alexander Klippel, Travis D. Masterson
2022 Frontiers in Computer Science  
This study demonstrates the feasibility of conducting an unsupervised remote iVR experiment using a complex and interactive health-related iVR app.  ...  We report on the results of a remote experiment with 45 users using the IVAN app.  ...  We have learned valuable lesson from our experience with conducting a remote iVR experiment.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomp.2022.927161 fatcat:ekvawl34h5b3npjfanxdbqh4iy

Street view imagery in urban analytics and GIS: A review

Filip Biljecki, Koichi Ito
2021 Landscape and Urban Planning  
We screened more than 600 recent papers to provide a comprehensive systematic review of the state of the art of how street-level imagery is currently used in studies pertaining to the built environment  ...  A notable trend is crowdsourced street view imagery, facilitated by services such as Mapillary and KartaView, in some cases furthering geographical coverage and temporal granularity, at a permissive licence  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the members of the NUS Urban Analytics Lab for the discussions, and April Zhu for the design contribution. The comments by the reviewers are gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2021.104217 fatcat:con7lts4f5cc7bwu2w6htpznze

CULTIVATING UNIVERSALISTIC AND SITUATED PERSPECTIVES IN THE AGE OF UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING: IMPLICATIONS FOR GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH

Fred Niederman, Ramiro Montealegre
2018 Revista Eletrônica de Sistemas de Informação  
This concept is discussed in general, and then applied to a set of specific topics across the range of global IS concerns.  ...  The Internet became a "global network of networks" as heterogeneous computers and communication interfaces were connected with each other, thereby linking local area networks into a single, large communication  ...  across a heterogeneous sample.  ... 
doi:10.21529/resi.2018.1701001 fatcat:ft5ixp3nd5gr3p5ajecz6fx52a

Measuring Sexual Behavior Stigma to Inform Effective HIV Prevention and Treatment Programs for Key Populations

Shauna Stahlman, James R Hargreaves, Laurel Sprague, Anne L Stangl, Stefan D Baral
2017 JMIR Public Health and Surveillance  
The aim of this study was to propose an agenda for the goals and approaches of a sexual behavior stigma surveillance effort for key populations, with a focus on collecting surveillance data from 4 groups  ...  Moving forward necessitates the integration of validated stigma scales in routine HIV surveillance efforts, as well as HIV epidemiologic and intervention studies focused on key populations, as a means  ...  UNESCO has developed a set of "essential" and "desirable" topics of a life skills-based HIV and SE programme: The essential topics are those that have the greatest direct impact on HIV prevention.  ... 
doi:10.2196/publichealth.7334 pmid:28446420 pmcid:PMC5425775 fatcat:b7velcrhpbeszkjwsacpzlehk4

Open Circular Innovation: How Companies Can Develop Circular Innovations in Collaboration with Stakeholders

Anja Eisenreich, Johann Füller, Martin Stuchtey
2021 Sustainability  
Additionally, this research gives managers guidance on how to approach open circular innovation and thus supports companies on their way toward a CE.  ...  However, when introducing circular solutions, companies often face complex and disruptive changes that affect many stakeholders and require new innovation practices.  ...  A systematic review on drivers, barriers, and practices towards circular economy: A supply chain perspective. Int. J. Prod. Res. 2018, 56, 278–311. [CrossRef] 3. Ellen MacArthur Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132313456 fatcat:z4pacfqqpzafdoqankj7hfhwga

Big Data Comes to School

Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis
2016 AERA Open  
Feedback Environment" (ED-IES-10-C-0018); "The Learning Element: A Lesson Planning and Curriculum Documentation Tool for Teachers" (ED-IES-lO-C-0021); and "InfoWriter: A Student Feedback and Formative  ...  Complex Performance: A Postdoctoral Training Program Researching Students' Writing and Assessment in Digital Workspaces" (R305B110008); "u-Learn. net: An Anywhere/Anytime Formative Assessment and Learning  ...  Rubric-based review is one way to systematize the judgment process.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2332858416641907 fatcat:w4junjckirct3glihksmfe72j4

Supporting Complex Work in Crowdsourcing Platforms: A View from Service-Oriented Computing

Lu Xiao, Hye-Young Paik
2014 2014 23rd Australian Software Engineering Conference  
To crowdsource this work, we need a way to model professional workers, define the complex task, and a coordination mechanism to manage them.  ...  However, those platforms mainly focus on the micro-task market and do not support the complex work consisting of interdependent, professional tasks.  ...  Many people helped me along the path, people who I have built a strong relationship over the years both professionally and personally, and I would like to thank them.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aswec.2014.11 dblp:conf/aswec/XiaoP14 fatcat:57yqqmdncna5riwiymddlh5e7e

Bridging Machine Learning and Mechanism Design towards Algorithmic Fairness [article]

Jessie Finocchiaro, Roland Maio, Faidra Monachou, Gourab K Patro, Manish Raghavan, Ana-Andreea Stoica, Stratis Tsirtsis
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Decision-making systems increasingly orchestrate our world: how to intervene on the algorithmic components to build fair and equitable systems is therefore a question of utmost importance; one that is  ...  We begin to lay the ground work towards this goal by comparing the perspective each discipline takes on fair decision-making, teasing out the lessons each field has taught and can teach the other, and  ...  This project has been part of the MD4SG working group on Bias, Discrimination, and Fairness.  ... 
arXiv:2010.05434v2 fatcat:d6dl3wgsf5fkrkirgpz7a5ul4q

WebAL Comes of Age: A Review of the First 21 Years of Artificial Life on the Web

Tim Taylor, Joshua E. Auerbach, Josh Bongard, Jeff Clune, Simon Hickinbotham, Charles Ofria, Mizuki Oka, Sebastian Risi, Kenneth O. Stanley, Jason Yosinski
2016 Artificial Life  
We follow the survey with a discussion of common themes and methodologies that can be observed in recent work and identify a number of likely directions for future work in this exciting area.  ...  We present a survey of the first 21 years of web-based artificial life (WebAL) research and applications, broadly construed to include the many different ways in which artificial life and web technologies  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank two anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments and constructive criticism on an earlier draft of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1162/artl_a_00211 pmid:27472416 fatcat:w7xtcbnvargh3pfrqin6pdj5xy

Learning in Citizen Science [chapter]

Laure Kloetzer, Julia Lorke, Joseph Roche, Yaela Golumbic, Silvia Winter, Aiki Jõgeva
2021 The Science of Citizen Science  
However, it is also highly heterogeneous, and learning happens in diverse ways, according to project tasks and participants' activities.  ...  The chapter also introduces our six personal journeys into the field of learning and citizen science, displaying their variety and the common lessons, challenges, and opportunities.  ...  Conclusion One key lesson from our journey so far is the complexity of the field of learning and citizen science.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58278-4_15 fatcat:jdsitj7thvdvtlta2zckmooj2u

Options for Improving e-Participation at the EU Level [chapter]

Rasmus Ø. Nielsen, Leonhard Hennen, Iris Korthagen, Georg Aichholzer, Ralf Lindner
2019 European E-Democracy in Practice  
The chapter ends with a plea for a longterm vision of a unified European participation structure to gather and harness the potentials of individual mechanisms.  ...  They also make four novel proposals, first among which is to experiment with participatory budgeting in relation to the Regional and Social Funds.  ...  Taking the lessons learned in Slovenia into account, our proposal is not to develop a stand-alone crowdsourcing platform, which would in itself risk becoming a 'black box'.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-27184-8_13 fatcat:iwbujtjz2nfqzgrigcjkgsqy34
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