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Defining prerequisites for banking web site design: the wow! approach

Vanessa Gemmo, Rita Bissola, Andrea Carignani
2003 European Conference on Information Systems  
Being involved in the development of a high standing Web site without having the necessary amount of money, we came to the idea of creating a set of basic features that Web sites should inevitably have  ...  The paper reports on the development of the methodology created to face the research question. The result is an innovative methodology called WoW!-Welcome on the Web!.  ...  In the examined contributions design and quality of the Web sites are not univocally defined.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/GemmoBC03 fatcat:vnov76nc6jhwfn3wzdnxapvftq

Public standards and patients' control: how to keep electronic medical records accessible but private Commentary: Open approaches to electronic patient records Commentary: A patient's viewpoint

K. D Mandl
2001 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
A patient's medical records are generally fragmented across multiple treatment sites, posing an obstacle to clinical care, research, and public health efforts. 1 Electronic medical records and the internet  ...  provide a technical infrastructure on which to build longitudinal medical records that can be integrated across sites of care.  ...  Using HL7 and the world wide web for unifying patient data from remote databases.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.322.7281.283 pmid:11157533 pmcid:PMC1119527 fatcat:y7fcdqin5racji6i37ds7277wq

An extended Cyberhunts strategy: Learner centred learning-by-design

André Du Plessis, Paul Webb
2011 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
<span>The aim of this paper is to introduce to the education community to a newly developed 'Learner Centred Learning-By-Designing Extended Cyberhunts' (LCLBDEC) strategy for teaching and learning in schools  ...  As the learners become more computer literate, they become the designers instead of the teacher.  ...  approaches and opportunities for meaningful reflection (Kafai, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.912 fatcat:vtdfux7pjzevxfoin4uinhctau

The Rise and Fall of CTS: Kenneth Burke Identifying with the World of Warcraft

Christopher A. Paul, Jeffrey S. Philpott
2009 Conference of the Digital Games Research Association  
guild can build for two years to their greatest triumph and fall apart two weeks later.  ...  In this essay we examine the rise and fall of the Cardboard Tube Samurai, a World of Warcraft guild, and explain three key phases in the guild's existence using the ideas of Kenneth Burke.  ...  Members were prescreened for a particular sense of humor and interest in gaming, which was reinforced by the fact that the guild was not advertised beyond the web site.  ... 
dblp:conf/digra/PaulP09 fatcat:2jdpichesrggreywtlv2nrjmhi

SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS AND VISUALIZATION OF PRIVACY POLICIES OF ONLINE SERVICES [article]

Prashant Shantaram Dhotre
2017 PhD series, Technical Faculty of IT and Design, ˜Aalborg=ålborgœ University  
He loves to interact with the students through a series of guest lectures on "Design and Analysis of Algorithms", "Theory of Computation", and "Data Structures" in various Engineering Colleges across the  ...  He has authored 2 books on a subject "Theory of Computations" for UG students of Computer Engineering.  ...  (Please specify like Social web site, banking, reservation, online shopping, etc.) 2.3. Name the services/utilities you use most of the times?  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.tech.00025 fatcat:readj3cjszgjpbwq4e7x653uw4

Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach

Rodney L. Brod, Jon Reyhner
1990 American Indian Quarterly  
The opening chapter lays out evidence of the need for improving Native American education_and_describes problems contributing to poor_achievement ranging_from cultural differences to_irrelevant_curriculum  ...  a_second language for Indian students.  ...  Acknowledgements This book would not have been possible without the generous ceopration of the contributing authors.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1185034 fatcat:ehnmdw3dnvfwbdjfgbyejfbdnu

Design for Pedagogy Patterns for E-learning Thesis

Fiona Kerr
2018 Figshare  
By creating representative design for pedagogy patterns for e-learning, the aim of the research is to understand how design for pedagogy patterns modify the design process for e-learning courseware.  ...  To do so, this research conceptualises a new type of design pattern called a 'design for pedagogy pattern', which explicitly shows the relationships between pedagogic strategies associated with the design  ...  *Consider These Others Patterns When considering this pattern, consider the ROLE OF TUTOR pattern to explore other ways that the tutor can interact with the students in the online environment.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7145735 fatcat:vkqbtwfocrbznkawojl24cd2ru

Competitiveness by Design: An Institutionalist Perspective on the Resurgence of a "Mature" Industry in a High-Wage Economy

Carolyn J. Hatch
2013 Economic Geography  
The empirical analysis entails a mixed-methods approach including a survey questionnaire and in-depth interviews with industry experts.  ...  It investigates the role that design and quality have played in prompting a move up-market and enhancing the sector's competitiveness.  ...  , but is an essential prerequisite.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ecge.12009 fatcat:rmoaw5jjazbxllfgqi5oizyvam

Urban Acupuncture: Hybrid Social and Technological Practices for Hyperlocal Placemaking

Kirralie Houghton, Marcus Foth, Evonne Miller
2015 The Journal of urban technology  
Defined as an approach that through the use of digital social networks and interactions, involves citizens and planners in place activations in order to stimulate and reinvigorate place.  ...  The findings identify the key elements required to design public spaces using socially and technologically networked interactions.  ...  While many of its members were professional planners and designers, there were no prerequisites for membership.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10630732.2015.1040290 fatcat:5b5sypltjzfzxdqqwjgbkejqpy

Small businesses in the new creative industries: innovation as a people management challenge

Sabine Hotho, Katherine Champion
2011 Management Decision  
All interviewees were reflective as they made sense of the organisational experience of innovation, and the search for reasons why or causes for the pervasive sense of disappointment was a defining feature  ...  Additional data sources were company literature, company value statements and web presentations.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00251741111094428 fatcat:wgq3wld6xfa3pjigbxg4qboyme

Renegotiation of Self after a Brain Injury Using Immersive Virtual Environments [article]

Ulla Konnerup
2015 The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities  
The approach of this study is qualitative and phenomenological, with the intention of giving a voice to persons with aphasia.  ...  Furthermore, research has shown that persons with Anomic and Wernicke's aphasia tend to benefit the most from the recommended approach.  ...  Wow, it's good".  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.hum.00011 fatcat:va57silokbbotm6bkwyqcxhmiy

The Growing Business Handbook:985The Growing Business Handbook: Strategies for Planning, Funding and Managing Business Growth. Kogan Page in association with KPMG and the CBI, £14.99

Richard Willsher, Adam Jolly
1998 Work Study  
Acknowledge the programme phase Sensitivity to the phase of the programme enables a large group to be clear about what needs to be done and who needs to take the lead.  ...  Acknowledge the programme phase and acknowledge the phase leader.  ...  Many web-design companies simply do not understand the amount of time and effort needed or more importantly what the major search engines such as Google want to see on your site.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ws.1998.47.1.30.5 fatcat:jxoivywijfaltcrhwjs2cpdhqa

A High-Performing System for Well-Child Care: A Vision for the Future

David Bergman, Paul Plsek, Mara Saunders
2006 Commonwealth Fund Fund Reports  
At the same time, many children at risk for physical, developmental, or behavioral problems fail to get needed services due to time and resource constraints.  ...  But standardization also encourages a "one-size-fits-all" approach that subjects many families to unnecessary office visits.  ...  Of course, not all Web sites include reliable information, so pediatricians would offer lists of vetted Web sites to families.  ... 
doi:10.2510/417069 fatcat:aiyvhluiyjg4bjtv6otndqjd4u

Technological education

1953 Journal of the IEE  
products for our physical spaces.  ...  The aim is to foster a broad understanding of the role of technology in human evolution, and to call attention to the relevance in our cognitive and cultural development of knowing how to design and create  ...  has "Wow" factor.  ... 
doi:10.1049/jiee-2.1953.0066 fatcat:oa74uoeao5caxkchhecue4wpb4

We Are Always After That Balance: Managing Innovation in the New Digital Media Industries

Sabine Hotho, Katherine Champion
2010 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
The pressure to innovate is growing as technology cycles change more rapidly. Organisations need to balance exploration and exploitation effectively if they are to heed the innovation imperative.  ...  The findings suggest that ambidexterity is difficult to achieve, and is fraught with organisational tensions which might eventually jeopardise the innovation potential of a company.  ...  Game development is risky and the commercial success of a game under development is uncertain (Banks et al., 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242010000300003 fatcat:mnwgnrvylvgqhlz5iyicbfxodi
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