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Benefits, barriers, and incentives for improved resilience to disruption in university teaching

Jacqueline Dohaney, Mairead de Roiste, Rhian A. Salmon, Kathryn Sutherland
2020 International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction  
Specifically, we explored how academics characterise a resilient academic and institution, and identified the benefits, barriers, and incentives to building resilience.  ...  Participants reported several 'high impact' incentives, addressing multiple barriers, that could be used to kick-start resilience.  ...  (6) have increased adaptiveness. (4) be more responsive to a wide range of everyday disruptions. (3) use resilience capabilities in a non-disruption. (2) have more shared knowledge with colleagues  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101691 pmid:32509512 pmcid:PMC7256496 fatcat:ejcqpmpidbdufe7kaaymk3kva4

Risks and opportunities of integrating social networking sites in the Australian and Portuguese workplace/communities: an exploratory study

Tomayess Issa, Pedro Isaias, Anoop Vijayarajan
2014 International Journal of Web Based Communities  
In this study the researchers aim to assess and investigate the risks and opportunities of using social-networking sites (SNS) in workplace/communities, especially in Australia and Portugal.  ...  An online survey was conducted of 80 employees from both large organisations and SMEs in Australia and Portugal to determine these risks and opportunities.  ...  This section will discuss the following: 1 social networking benefits 2 social networking barriers 3 social networking impacts 4 social networking policies.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwbc.2014.065395 fatcat:jaopruqbfja6vccl62lmoimu3u

Guidance and input for Study Site Teams: Participatory workshop on adoption [article]

Melanie Muro, Zuzana Lukacova
2020 Zenodo  
Guidance and background material for participatory workshops in the SoilCare project on the adoption of agricultural practices that support sustainable and profitable agriculture in Europe.  ...  Economic Availability of financial incentives Knowledge Lack of knowledge of risks/farmers are unsure about risks Biophysical conditions Favourable climate and soil conditions for application  ...  and what is the best way of sharing this information with them?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3702353 fatcat:cad5xgpmhvgnho7m3ifnr5frvi

Factors for Successful Use of Social Networking Sites in Higher Education

L Schlenkrich, Dave Sewry
2012 South African Computer Journal  
If used successfully, social networking sites can offer lecturers and students a useful tool with which to develop their relationship and contribute to their learning experience.  ...  An initial set of factors for successful use of social networking sites, as well as measures to test successful use of social networking sites were derived from the literature.  ...  Organisations must balance the benefits of social networking with the risks of bad behaviour. • Cultural barriers.  ... 
doi:10.18489/sacj.v49i0.78 fatcat:tlkjaexbjfg6jprqj2zovs46re

Cross-site analysis

Jana Kiralj, Dean Ajduković, Dragutin Miškić, Nahikari Irastorza, Liliia Korol, Dana Abdel-Fatah, Steffen Schödwell
2022 Zenodo  
Surveys using the same core research questions undertaken parallelly with both the Receiving Community and Arriving Community. In each country an equal or comparable methodology was employed.  ...  Europe and to link this to aiding more effective integration policy and programme development.  ...  in a social network.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5948721 fatcat:kyyzsj7gpzgavca65eesp3agsi


Cristian Moisoiu
2013 Global Economic Observer  
The social network sites are becoming more and more complex communities of social dialogue, involving themselves in the governance processes.  ...  Is there a possibility for these virtual communities to become useful instruments of sustainable development? Do have the social networks the capacity to command and control the economic activity?  ...  Sharing proficient knowledge to anyone, of which only a selective cohort could have benefited up until now, is leading to an unprecedented openness of mind and clearness.  ... 
doaj:55a37391404e4c50aa6572fbd76f6114 fatcat:izenabtjnzdi3cy2pwgucbsj3m

Development of a Global Energy Management System for non-energy intensive multi-site industrial organisations: A methodology

Noel Finnerty, Raymond Sterling, Daniel Coakley, Sergio Contreras, Ronan Coffey, Marcus M. Keane
2017 Energy  
For multi-site organisations, informed decision making on capital investment aimed closing the energy efficiency gap, cutting carbon emissions and improving network performance across a global site base  ...  in global multi-site organisation.  ...  Dissemination and shared learnings The individual site energy manager faces the challenge of access to the network 'knowledge' to improve specific project selection and implementation efficiency's.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:2j7oqcc3ovhdlmfium6g3aib7q

Skills for (Private) Life: A Review and Multi-site Case Study of Digital Privacy Initiatives in UK Public Libraries

Camille Regnault
2018 Journal of New Librarianship  
The research explores their relevance to existing service strategies, the risks and barriers to implementation, and the potential for wider replication within the UK and produced a number of key findings  ...  Digital inclusion -a proposal to provide equal opportunities access to the benefits of the Internet -is a national initiative supported by 3000 public libraries in the UK.  ...  Walker does not mention any risks or barriers and says that 'planning was fairly straightforward -Scottish PEN and our media sites were used'.  ... 
doi:10.21173/newlibs/5/18 fatcat:4rtbltechbeinnbsyw2akmttku

Rethinking Management Planning Methodologies: A Novel Approach Implemented at Petra World Heritage Site

Aylin Orbaşlı, Giorgia Cesaro
2021 Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites  
The World Heritage Site of Petra in Jordan is a large and complex site to manage with its multiple stakeholders, governance complexities, and competing local interests.  ...  This paper reflects on the practical experience of a novel approach to management planning at a cultural heritage site which draws on the theories and practices of participatory planning and natural environment  ...  Mrs Majd Schweikeh and H.E.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13505033.2021.1928369 fatcat:wo574osd5nhffm33dbln7b7jeu

New business client acquisition using social networking sites

Przemyslaw Kazienko, Natalia Szozda, Tomasz Filipowski, Wieslaw Blysz
2013 Electronic Markets  
The rapid development and expansion of the social services and social networking sites (SNSs) on the Internet has boosted interdisciplinary research on online communities as a part of social network analysis  ...  It makes use of paths over human relationships that lead in the shortest and steadfast way from the searching company members to the potential clients represented by their selected employees.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits any use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author(s)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-013-0123-9 fatcat:ulbegx6ghbgcnperbb3zndokb4

Virtual Organisations and the Web Site Resource [chapter]

Craig Standing, Girija Krishnaswamy
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Virtual organisations or teams must share data, information and knowledge. This type of organisational structure is typically formed to explicitly share knowledge.  ...  It leads to an effective use of Reduced Risks (experiments) are not taken organisational resources and discretion and the potential rewards not personnel. realised.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35577-1_34 fatcat:lihha4brgjfitiwijbjydv6ztu

Business Models & Social Networking Sites : 50 Shades of Generation Y

Jessica Lichy, Maher Kachour
2014 Question(s) de management  
La reproduction ou représentation de cet article, notamment par photocopie, n'est autorisée que dans les limites des conditions générales d'utilisation du site ou, le cas échéant, des conditions générales  ...  Business models in constant evolution Methodology The enquiry explores how Gen Y use social network sites (SNS) and the extent to which their behaviour may be influenced by geo-demographic variables  ...  Like other social networks, VK allows users to message contacts publicly or privately, create groups, public pages and events, share and tag images, audio and video, and play browser-based games.  ... 
doi:10.3917/qdm.141.0059 fatcat:zx25baman5foldwbepnh44jnli

Community Participation in Crime Prevention: Informal Social Control Practices in Site B, Khayelitsha Township

Jean-Claude Manaliyo, Paul-Francois Muzindutsi
2013 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
This paper provides insight into the extent to which residents of Site B in Khayelitsha township take initiative to fight and prevent criminal activities in their area using informal social controls.  ...  organisations.  ...  Components of social capital such as mutual trust, communalism, reciprocity, and sharing social values enable residents to network and share crime-related information.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n3p121 fatcat:dmrlerzdtjeejbzksryqzpljye

How to Identify Potentials and Barriers of Raw Materials Recovery from Tailings? Part I: A UNFC-Compliant Screening Approach for Site Selection

Rudolf Suppes, Soraya Heuss-Aßbichler
2021 Resources  
study including costly on-site exploration.  ...  The developed screening approach can help to create a TSF inventory which captures project potentials and barriers comprehensively.  ...  Lottermoser for his comments and to  ... 
doi:10.3390/resources10030026 fatcat:vyrpgsxmzbdplg4i3p55aegy3e

BIM in off-site manufacturing for buildings

F.H. Abanda, J.H.M. Tah, F.K.T. Cheung
2017 Journal of Building Engineering  
Secondly, the paper discusses the benefits of BIM and explains how BIM can overcome barriers hindering the uptake of off-site manufacturing.  ...  The main findings are the identification of qualitative and quantitative benefits of: BIM on off-site manufacture, off-site manufacture and BIM on traditional construction.  ...  Drivers and constraints for the uptake of off-site manufacturing and BIM Qualitative benefits and barriers of off-site manufacturing using BIM The vision set by the UK government, e.g. the time and cost  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jobe.2017.10.002 fatcat:wjb47q3xkjaoxc3pizy4pidbcy
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