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Perceived Barriers in Relation to Health and Lifestyle Information among Icelanders [chapter]

Ágústa Pálsdóttir
2013 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
-How do the perceived barriers reflect the motivation and information seeking behaviour of different groups of Icelanders?  ...  of how different groups within Icelandic society take advantage of information about health and lifestyle European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), 22-25 October 2013 Background  It is vital  ...  -How do the perceived barriers reflect the motivation and information seeking behaviour of different groups of Icelanders?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03919-0_31 fatcat:rxarage6rvfqzp73earl2jgskq

Page 40 of Educause Quarterly : EQ Vol. 9, Issue 6 [page]

1986 Educause Quarterly : EQ  
Mantha, “Impact of Organizational Maturity on Information System Skill Needs,” M/S Quarterly, March 1980, p. 22. 16 |bid., p. 24. November 1986  ...  In addition, generalist skills were ranked ahead of specialist skills.14 Benbasat, Dexter, and Mantha took issue with one of the MISRC conclusions, namely, that “specialist skills would continue to be  ... 

The Trustworthiness of Voice Assistants in the Context of Healthcare Investigating the Effect of Perceived Expertise on the Trustworthiness of Voice Assistants, Providers, Data Receivers, and Automatic Speech Recognition

Carolin Wienrich, Clemens Reitelbach, Astrid Carolus
2021 Frontiers in Computer Science  
In sum, this paper argues for further analyses of trustworthiness in voice-based systems and its effects on the usage behavior as well as the impact on responsible design of future technology.  ...  Results revealed that perceiving the VA as a specialist resulted in higher trustworthiness of the VA and of the provider, the platform provider and automatic speech recognition in general.  ...  RESULTS Impact of Expert Condition on Source Indicators' Perceived Trustworthiness As expected, the perceived trustworthiness of the tool was higher in the specialist condition (M 3.206, SD 1.037) than  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomp.2021.685250 fatcat:iflxa5ahxff25otngbzkqi6zc4

Commentary on Robinson et al . (2021): England needs minimum pricing to tackles alcohol's hidden harms ‐ Scotland's experience shows minimum unit pricing (MUP) on off‐trade alcohol sales is effective

Robin C. Purshouse, Charlotte Buckley, Alan Brennan, John Holmes
2021 Addiction  
Recent developments in computer modelling-known as model discovery-could help to confirm the mechanisms underpinning Robinson and colleagues' important early findings for the effectiveness of minimum unit  ...  pricing, and to test the complete theory of change underpinning this crucial evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgements Computer model discovery research by the authors is funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R01AA024443  ... 
doi:10.1111/add.15595 pmid:34184346 pmcid:PMC9365023 fatcat:dzmob77zuvez5ooaw3m3cjvm3u

Staff Training Needs For Dealing with Developing Communication Technologies

Ned Browning, Lenda Jo Anderson
1989 Journal of Applied Communications  
All of the nation's Extension clothing specialists were asked how they were using traditional and innovative media in their educational programs (Anderson & Browning, 1986) .  ...  They must be educators, not necessarily of the general public, but of the personnel of the system for which they work.  ...  By the mid 1960s the mass society era began to give way to a new stage of development. Computers and other information technologies began to take on a major social role.  ... 
doi:10.4148/1051-0834.1541 fatcat:y5saszp5lnbknmcdtnbfe7schi

Is It Human or Is It Artificial Intelligence? Discerning the Impact and Effectiveness of Process Managers Based on the Manager's Identity

J. T. Gyory, K. Kotovsky, J. Cagan
2022 Proceedings of the Design Society  
AbstractThis work studies the perception of the impacts of AI and human process managers during a complex design task.  ...  Although performance and perceptions by teams that are AI- versus human-managed are similar, we show that how team members discern the identity of their process manager (human/AI), impacts their perceptions  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsors.  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2022.160 fatcat:co7zbms4cra4popfszf5yfys5q

Page 105 of AIDS Care Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

2007 AIDS Care  
context, to avoid the possibility of indirect disclos- ure that comes with attending specialist services.  ...  The lack of advocacy for Africans with HIV in Britain was compounded by the adverse advocacy frequently expressed in the media; HIV amongst migrants was still perceived by society as something we shouldn  ... 

An overview of information literacy studies in Turkey

S.Serap Kurbanoglu
2004 The international information & library review  
In this article, a chronological overview of these studies is presented. The total impact of information literacy studies conducted in Turkey has been less than satisfactory.  ...  Although there exists a large body of literature related to information literacy; those reporting on research conducted in Turkey are few and far between.  ...  One is in the process of evaluating students' perceived self-efficacy on information literacy and how this perception develops over the years, as well as its relationship with the computer selfefficacy  ... 
doi:10.1080/10572317.2004.10762620 fatcat:lmqljklkhba5jps6rxtus3462i

An overview of information literacy studies in Turkey

S.Serap Kurbanoglu
2004 The international information & library review  
In this article, a chronological overview of these studies is presented. The total impact of information literacy studies conducted in Turkey has been less than satisfactory.  ...  Although there exists a large body of literature related to information literacy; those reporting on research conducted in Turkey are few and far between.  ...  One is in the process of evaluating students' perceived self-efficacy on information literacy and how this perception develops over the years, as well as its relationship with the computer selfefficacy  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iilr.2003.07.001 fatcat:b7tetgkdzzh7xperxf2l223riq

Page 26 of Executive Vol. 1, Issue 9 [page]

1958 Executive  
It is extremely important that companies recognize that their own people, as well as specialists should help to solve the problems on the computers since they know and understand the problems.  ...  The practical benefits of science are more than a characteristic feature of American life today; they exert a profound influence on the national economy, on our society, and our national defense.  ... 

Computer Impact on Society perspective on a new NSF initiative

Peter G. Lykos, M. Granger Morgan, Fred W. Weingarten
1973 Proceedings of the annual conference on - ACM'73  
University of Minnesota, who spent the summer of 1972 as a member of the staff of the Office of Computing Activities, and of many interested and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We acknowledge with thanks the contributions of Ronald E. Anderson, Department of Sociology.  ...  Research in Other Areas of Computer Impact on Society: -A delphi study of expected social impacts in artificial intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800192.805738 dblp:conf/acm/LykosMW73 fatcat:3dv5tsyvffgptbwuuoztoyfqfq

The Future of Work in a Jobless Society: Globalization, Smart Digitalization, and Cognitive Automation

Irina Dijmărescu, Luminița Ionescu, T. Kliestik
2021 SHS Web of Conferences  
Purpose of the article: In our opinion, globalization and impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work will be significant.  ...  Research background: The future of work is undoubtedly one of the toughest challenges faced by many researchers and managers all over the word.  ...  Thus, smart digitalization and continuously progressing robotic process automation will transform jobs and but also have begun to have an impact on how work is performed and structured in the next few  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20219207016 fatcat:f3uou7jiozhczi4khl53cnn7ay

Informatics education: trends, problems and the future [chapter]

Joe Turner, John Hughes, Adrie Beulens, Betsy van Dijk, Sally Fincher, Tsurayuki Kado, Ken Robinson, Ad Sanders, Deny Smeets, Erkki Sutinen, David White, Hanno Wupper
1998 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this focus group paper we examine the current state of informatics education and identify some of the stimuli for change and hindrances to change as well as future trends within and impacting informatics  ...  However, the rate of change in informatics programs is as rapid as ever.  ...  TRENDS Four areas have been identified in which trends in informatics education are perceived: • forms of teaching; • changes in the profession; • impact on the curriculum through changes in technology  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35166-7_2 fatcat:m32jqzijt5ad5bx7u23kqw6rp4

Tribes of Users and System Developers

Sharon Dingley, Hanifa Shah, Paul Colder
2000 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Previous research has focused on identifying specific barriers to user-systems developer communication and on ways of eliminating these barriers.  ...  Maintenance of cultural identity is essential to the individual if he/she is to function effectively as a member of his/her tribe, whether it is the 'tribe' of developers or the 'tribe' of users.  ...  for non-computing specialists.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v7i2.274 fatcat:wkowasflt5dbrpyflennlznvda

Academic Assessment in the Carceral Society

Geoffrey Harding, Kevin M.G. Taylor
2001 Pharmacy Education  
Impact factors are based on citation indices which reflect how often papers published in a journal are cited.  ...  We will now turn to discuss how this carceral assessment culture, in particular research assessment, impacts on academic pharmacy.  ...  Note: The opinions expressed in this paper are those of the authors, not their respective institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15602210210333 fatcat:xpukl7boyrgp3aphn3ycgoogjm
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