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Distributed Developers and the Non-use of Web 2.0 Technologies: A Proclivity Model

Ban Al-Ani, Yi Wang, Sabrina Marczak, Erik Trainer, David Redmiles
2012 2012 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
We discovered six factors that influenced the use and non-use of Web 2.0 technology.  ...  In response, we sought to understand the factors that led to the use and non-use of these technologies in distributed development teams.  ...  In section V, our proposed proclivity model of use/non-use of Web 2.0 technologies is presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2012.39 dblp:conf/icgse/Al-AniWMTR12 fatcat:lw3n6av6lnbejdtkcmhgpbwqxi

A Survey on Factors of Information System Adoption Model

Handrie Noprisson
2020 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
However, lack of research delivered a literature review to collect and gather information the factors and model to know the development and use of IS adoption model in this era.  ...  We also gathered several IS adoption model, including TOE Framework, Theory of use and non-use, TAM, the role of an affect; technology, management, and people perspective; socially drive characteristic  ...  Distributed developers and the non-use of Web 2.0 technologies: A proclivity model.  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit206214 fatcat:nfotmxnjnrestnbdwqpihm5mbq

Next generation entrepreneur: innovation strategy through Web 2.0 technologies in SMEs

Dimitri Gagliardi
2013 Technology Analysis & Strategic Management  
The author finds that a consistent share of SMEs is actively trying to fill the knowledge gap and integrate Web 2.0 technologies in their innovation strategies.  ...  This essay studies the diffusion/adoption of Web 2.0 technologies in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)' innovation strategies and particularly in research, development, design and other innovation  ...  Acknowledgements The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's FP 7 managed by the Research Executive Agency under Grant Agreement no.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537325.2013.823151 fatcat:462zb6zmffcxvgnfrry4hba2xy

A Literature Review of in IS Adoption Model Factors

Nur Ani, Vina Ayumi, Handrie Noprisson
2019 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
Some factors that affect the adoption of this model are technology, organization, environment, competency, personal and others.  ...  The propose of this research is to review the IS adoption model that can be applied to Enterprise 2.0 such as including social networks, virtual community (group discussion), cyber meetings, online chat  ...  Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (December 1985), 291. the non-use of Web 2.0 technologies: A proclivity model.  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit19555 fatcat:nrrk54t5kjdqdlx2tpabaw7pfe

Revolution in Communication Technologies: Impact on Distance Education

2015 The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education  
The vibrant interface between social and technological issues in the Educational field is an important area of discourse. The current paper discusses these and many more issues in ample detail.  ...  Information and Communication Technologies have transformed the way the world lives and thinks. Education, especially, Distance Education is no different.  ...  Web 2.0 Web2.0 of second generation applications on the World Wide Web is a set of innovative technologies that are smarter and leaner than those found on Web 1.0.  ... 
doi:10.17718/tojde.26353 fatcat:mspmwtxkmveoronfhelqlwsixa

Technology Readiness among Consumers in Oman: The Case of Adopting E-Services

Nawahel Said Nasser Al-Junaibi, Abdulkadir Shehu, Asma Yahya Al Rawahi, Maryam Hamood Said Al-Toubi
2022 International Journal of Business and Management  
The adoption and use of new technology have seen a rapid increase and evolution worldwide. This phenomenon is especially prevalent in developed countries.  ...  Based on the Technology readiness (TR) Index 2.0, the people’s propensity to embrace and use e-Services in Oman is explored.  ...  Acknowledgements This study would not have been possible without the support and funding (BFP/URG/CBS/20/168) of The Research Council (TRC), under the Ministry of Higher Education Research & Innovation  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v17n5p42 fatcat:hn6gs2efxfatdo2xifxzaawttq


Tatjana R. Marjanović
2019 Folia linguistica et litteraria  
In order to shed more light on the issue, a questionnaire has been designed containing five carefully framed questions with no explicit reference to proficiency in the use of modern technology, allowing  ...  A 100 sample size representative of students majoring in English at the University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina should provide at least some tentative answers about the extent to which they use  ...  Digital technology and education The small-scale research presented in the paper draws data from a questionnaire designed in order to test a proclivity for the use of digital technology on a sample of  ... 
doi:10.31902/fll.27.2019.16 fatcat:yyj7tiyg5rdadaeaozf3wqcrga

Digital Native Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of using Commercial and Open Source Online Applications in Future Praxis after Completing Technology Integration Course

Mehmet Ali Ozer, Joann Latorre, David Rutledge, Tahani Mansour, Armando Altamirano
2019 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
The method of data collection for this quantitative study consisted of pre and post-test surveys. Data analysis was completed using the Wilcoxon Rank Sum-Test.  ...  The participants of this study were digital native preservice teachers (DNPST) who were exposed to technology since childhood and enrolled in a technology integration course at a border city university  ...  ELDT 321 focuses on teaching Web 2.0 applications that develop student competencies for crafting online content.  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.18.2.8 fatcat:yytmoojpo5hqnkyxztknav4yoa

Envisioning nanotechnology: New media and future-oriented stakeholder dialogue

Cynthia Selin, Rebecca Hudson
2010 Technology in society  
By revealing the NanoFutures project design and analysis, this paper explores to what extent this public engagement led to genuine dialogue and illustrates the risks and benefits of using multi-media tools  ...  Our project constructed a virtual public engagement platform in order to elucidate perspectives on multiple, plausible visions of human enhancement.  ...  We ventured into the world of Web 2.0 via a project called NanoFutures, which uses a variety of new media applications to scale up public engagement on the societal implications of nanotechnology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techsoc.2010.07.008 fatcat:r26ou4kryzcpdg3zqi4qozbnam

Human Metasystem Transition (HMST) Theory

Cadell Last
2015 Journal of Ethics and Emerging Technologies  
Most importantly, HMST theory may have practical application in modeling the future of the human system and the nature of the next human metasystem.  ...  Metasystem transitions are events representing the evolutionary emergence of a higher level of organization through the integration of subsystems into a higher "metasystem" (A1+A2+A3=B).  ...  Furthermore, the human system, specifically because of its cultural and technological properties, gives us the most obvious appearance of a system with the capability to transition to a higher metasystem  ... 
doi:10.55613/jeet.v25i1.36 fatcat:b2xq3mxwbbca3jvvvw34d2vkiy

Innovation and Evaluation of Technology Acceptance Model (Tam) in S-Commerce: A Case of Social Media Platforms in Ghana

Peprah Rene Owusu, Ennin Peter Asiedu, Jiangming Ji, Francis Atta Sarpong
2022 Journal of Computer and Communications  
A review of the literature resulted in the development of a conceptual model.  ...  Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modeling (PLS SEM) was used to validate the model. The reliability and validity of the measuring apparatus were determined using measurement model analysis.  ...  S-Commerce Social commerce is a relatively young subcategory of e-commerce that has developed in recent years as ICT and Web 2.0 technologies have expanded.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jcc.2022.103007 fatcat:m35exo6ggfcbln3f22hbbezqtu

Capability Development of Customers

Vinay Sharma, Pankaj Madan, Piyush Seth
2011 International Journal of Strategic Technology and Applications  
Against the background of media repression in Nigeria, the article reports on a study that examined the impacts of technology on the journalism business as a way of understanding how citizen-reporters  ...  Recent national and international developments are demonstrating the power of technology to transform communication channels, media sources, events, and the fundamental nature of journalism.  ...  On one hand, this method inspires many universities to make better researches and, as a result, the level of science & technology has been increased.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jsita.2011040102 fatcat:rvbqwit32fa5jiadh43tn63kuq

The consumers' proclivity for hotel review posting: How do we differ?
Sklonost hotelskih gostiju ka publikovanju onlajn hotelskih recenzija - po čemu se razlikujemo?

Saša Mašić, Snežana Konjikušić, Ivana Lončar, Nikolina Kordić
2019 Ekonomika preduzeca  
Practically, it is about the word-of-mouth (WOM) information distribution, but not in its traditional sense, but via the use of Web 2.0 technology which is in tourism also referred to as Travel 2.0 [74  ...  Introduction The rapid development of modern information technologies makes tourists more informed and sophisticated [9] .  ... 
doi:10.5937/ekopre1906384m fatcat:23yfzlsgqnbatopt7jbw7ooxhy

Consumer Choice: Is There an App for That?

David Cline
2012 Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law  
Android licenses code to developers under the Apache Software License 2.0 and requires individual and corporate developers to sign a Contributor License Grant.52 But, as with Apple and the iPhone, Google  ...  Part I explores the current market in wireless telecommunications and the attendant business model in the United States, focusing on the use of technology and contracts to lock in subscribers.  ... 
dblp:journals/jthtl/Cline12 fatcat:jc4bnaqulvgk5ftyw46zx5g3yy

Gender patterns in academic entrepreneurship

Maria Abreu, Vadim Grinevich
2016 Journal of Technology Transfer  
Using a non-parametric decomposition analysis, we show that certain combinations of characteristics of male academics have few or no matches to female academics, and these characteristics explain a large  ...  We focus on spinout activity as a measure of academic entrepreneurship, and explore the relevance of the different explanations for the gender gap.  ...  We control for the possibility of selection bias by using the non-parametric Ñopo (2008) matching model that allows for differences in the distribution of these attributes across male and female academics  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10961-016-9543-y fatcat:hda3i4ggmffk7n2p72tbif3h5m
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