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Universality of Egoless Behavior of Software Engineering Students

Pradeep Waychal, Luiz Fernando Capretz
2018 International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction  
Software organizations have relied on process and technology initiatives to compete in a highly globalized world. Unfortunately, that has led to little or no success.  ...  This paper proposes a multi-stage approach to develop egoless behavior and discusses the universality of the egoless behavior by studying cohorts from three different countries, i.e., Japan, India, and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank all the students and who participated in the exercise and our Japanese associates Ms. Ayano Ohsaki and Dr. Niimura who facilitated data collection from the Japanese cohort.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijthi.2018010106 fatcat:75ixbuu3rvhdjipzv3miaiw7h4

A Data Mining Method for Students' Behavior Understanding

Wei Na
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
To model students' behavior and describe their behavior characteristics accurately and comprehensively, a framework for predicting students' learning performance based on behavioral model is proposed,  ...  Further, based on the model, the correlation between student behavior patterns and learning performance is discussed.  ...  Therefore, it is supposed to combine data mining method with other technologies or algorithms to explore students' behaviors further.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i06.13175 fatcat:3qaqvyng3beqvklg2riw5jc6ru

Technology as a Double-Edged Sword: From Behavior Prediction with UTAUT to Students' Outcomes Considering Personal Characteristics

2018 Journal of Information Technology Education  
Methodology: Data collection with an online quantitative questionnaire yielded to 377 valid responses from students enrolled in an undergraduate management information systems course.  ...  We also propose to consider new variables from the updated technology acceptance models to further understand the derteminants of technology use by students.  ...  (high human/no machine vs no human/high machine).  ... 
doi:10.28945/4022 fatcat:yq5fho64yzge5cl7kysblvf7wm

Assessing the relationship between autistic traits and cyberdeviancy in a sample of college students

Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar, Casey L. O'Quinn, Kellin N. Treadway
2014 Behavior and Information Technology  
Of the 296 university students, 179 (60%) engaged in some form of computer deviant behaviour, but only 2 (0.01%) yielded clinically significant scores according to the AQ.  ...  Two hundred and ninety-six university undergraduate students completed an Internet-based anonymous survey measuring self-reported computer deviant behaviour and characteristics associated with AS (autism-spectrum  ...  , Social and Behavioral Responsible Conduct of Research course, and Non-Medical Investigators Basic Course, as required by the University.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0144929x.2014.978377 fatcat:ebyg3ed3xzezpia2ay2kwkg73y

Increasing Students' Awareness of Their Behavior in Online Learning Environments with Visualizations and Achievement Badges

Tapio Auvinen, Lasse Hakulinen, Lauri Malmi
2015 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
The results indicate that increasing students' awareness of their behavior can have a positive impact on their study practices and results.  ...  In this paper, we study two teaching interventions that were designed to address these issues in a university-level computer science course.  ...  used in the Post-hoc Tests (Low-and High-Performing Students).  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2015.2441718 fatcat:dyubcov3qzacjerq3k3thwoz4e

First-generation college students' information seeking: Their personality traits and source use behavior in coursework-related context

Tien-I Tsai, Kyung-Sun Kim
2012 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The study enriches FGC student literature in information behavior and further incorporates personality traits as predictors of information use.  ...  This study examines first-generation college (FGC) students' information seeking in coursework-related situations and the relationship between personality and source use behavior.  ...  Focusing on FGC students, this study examines their information behavior, especially the selection and use of information sources (including humans used as sources of information) in course-related situations  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504901259 fatcat:2r2pw7pk7ndatlxbdktsc375pe

The Need for Web-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Among University Students

Ove K. Lintvedt, Kristian S⊘rensen, Andreas R. Østvik, Bas Verplanken, Catharina E. Wang
2008 Journal of technology in human services  
The intention to use Internet-based self-help among university students will be high.  ...  is low.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15228830802096705 fatcat:v3szblicnvek5ojlwvu2ehevim

Designing an Intensive Bespoke Course in Cross-Cultural Communication

Anisoara Pop, Doina David, Dorin Triff, Calin Florea
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The current paper will focus on the challenges and outcomes of designing an intensive bespoke course in cross-cultural communication (CC) for pre-service MA students in Tourism, Restaurants and Hospitality.Findings  ...  further point out that modules of cross-cultural learning environments provided that they are made more real, meaningful and memorable by lifting activities off the printed page and by exploiting digital technologies  ...  Low versus high uncertainty avoidance (Uncertainty Avoidance Index -UAI) estimates how people deal with anxiety by minimizing uncertainty.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.05.482 fatcat:ycjoh3xjzrcjxhonouoazivosu

Use of Wearable Technology and Social Media to Improve Physical Activity and Dietary Behaviors among College Students: A 12-Week Randomized Pilot Study

Zachary C. Pope, Daheia J. Barr-Anderson, Beth A. Lewis, Mark A. Pereira, Zan Gao
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
College students demonstrate poor physical activity (PA) and dietary behaviors.  ...  Secondary outcomes included accelerometer-estimated PA, physiological/psychosocial outcomes, and dietary behaviors. Intervention adherence was high (~86%), with a retention of 92.1%.  ...  College students have demonstrated insufficient levels of physical activity (PA) and high levels of sedentary behavior (SB) [3] while also engaging in poor dietary behaviors (e.g., low fruit, vegetable  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16193579 pmid:31557812 pmcid:PMC6801802 fatcat:voq77vlrjrc37ksbrlfxlpe6cm

Customized course advising

SungJin Nam, Steven Lonn, Thomas Brown, Cinda-Sue Davis, Darryl Koch
2014 Proceedins of the Fourth International Conference on Learning Analytics And Knowledge - LAK '14  
Every college student registers for courses from a catalog of numerous offerings each term.  ...  The overall goal of the Customized Course Advising project is to determine the optimal term-by-term course selections for all engineering students based on their incoming characteristics and previous course  ...  vs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2567574.2567589 dblp:conf/lak/NamLBDK14 fatcat:in23gr63lfbhnb32aoqb54f5hu

No More Excuses - Personality Traits and Academic Dishonesty in Online Courses

Yovav Eshet, Keren Grinautski, Yehuda Peled, Casimir Barczyk
2014 Journal of Statistical Science and Application  
The findings indicate that in both countries dishonest behaviors are greater in face-to-face courses than in online courses.  ...  This new technology exposes students to the opportunity of using online bank exams and term papers and increases their tendency to cheat.  ...  In addition, low Conscientiousness and low Agreeableness was found as predicting cheating behaviors as well [38] . More recently, Day et al.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-224x/2014.03.004 fatcat:2ftumbn2wvgczdihhsefrjres4

Evaluating Student Perceptions of Course Delivery Platforms

Tom Bramorski, Manu S. Madan
2016 Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC)  
While students and their future employers are two important customers for the business program, we focus on the perception of students regarding the effectiveness of course delivery mode on program performance  ...  In this paper we evaluate effectiveness of course delivery mode on three dimensions: values, networking opportunities and learning.  ...  The objective of their research was to assess the impact of information technology on readiness and intensity of adoption in hybrid courses.  ... 
doi:10.19030/tlc.v13i2.9619 fatcat:sq3ppcoos5cvrp2olg7mma3d7i

A Conversational Agent to Improve Response Quality in Course Evaluations

Thiemo Wambsganss, Rainer Winkler, Matthias Söllner, Jan Marco Leimeister
2020 Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We hypothesize that these interfaces can interactively engage students to increase response quality of course evaluations in education compared to the common standard of web surveys.  ...  Past research indicates that web surveys come with disadvantages, such as poor response quality caused by inattention, survey fatigue or satisficing behavior.  ...  Explanations for these negative effects might be that student responses are affected by survey fatigue [25] or respondents' satisficing behavior [7, 12] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3334480.3382805 dblp:conf/chi/WambsganssW0L20 fatcat:iba3kbjewnhnticjw2z2mjrv2q

The Technological Dimension of a Massive Open Online Course: The Case of the CCK08 Course Tools

Antonio Fini
2009 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
This paper focuses on the technological aspects of one MOOC, the Connectivism and Connective Knowledge (CCK08) course, in order to investigate lifelong learners' attitudes towards learning network technologies  ...  Findings from a survey of CCK08 participants show that the course attracted mainly adult, informal learners, who were unconcerned about course completion and who cited a lack of time as the main reason  ...  The Technological Dimension of a Massive Open Online Course: The Case of the CCK08 Course Tools Fini  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v10i5.643 fatcat:yt7bd6a7i5gxjhwuu42i6mvtge

Flipping a Graduate-Level Software Engineering Foundations Course [article]

Hakan Erdogmus, Cecile Peraire
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Creating a graduate-level software engineering breadth course is challenging. The scope is wide. Students prefer hands-on work over theory. Industry increasingly values soft skills.  ...  Changing software technology requires the syllabus to be technology-agnostic, yet abstracting away technology compromises realism. Instructors must balance scope with depth of learning.  ...  Again, students are given heads up to disincentivize them against free loading. This strategy is successful in differentiating between high-and low-performing students in the same team.  ... 
arXiv:1702.07069v1 fatcat:zfyv44sykfgzpi75fv62i5j24m
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