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Peer interaction effectively, yet infrequently, enables programmers to discover new tools

Emerson Murphy-Hill, Gail C. Murphy
2011 Proceedings of the ACM 2011 conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '11  
One finding was that, while programmers believe that discovery from peers is effective, they actually discover tools from peers relatively infrequently.  ...  Another finding was that programmers can effectively discover tools from their peers both in a co-located and remote settings.  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to the interview participants. Thanks also to Chris-  ... 
doi:10.1145/1958824.1958888 dblp:conf/cscw/Murphy-HillM11 fatcat:rv2zgfl77rhdfimuskjajrpnwi

Social media - a disruptive opportunity for science and extension in agriculture?

M.J. Casey, A. Meikle, G.A. Kerr, D.R. Stevens
2016 NZGA: Research and Practice Series  
Advances in cloud computing and smartphones have increased the ability to utilise different forms of social interaction. Are farmers and rural businesses realising this opportunity?  ...  The engagement of the agricultural community in social media was investigated using an online survey of email recipients of the New Zealand Grassland Association and Beef + Lamb New Zealand to understand  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many thanks to those who answered the on-line survey, assisted with the case studies, and to Deer Industry NZ and the Ministry of Primary Industries for funding the After the Field day  ... 
doi:10.33584/rps.16.2016.3248 fatcat:mfpg3isk2naajezomrbgb7vazi

The doctoral writing conversation: establishing a generic doctoral writing programme

E. Marcia Johnson
2017 Open Review of Educational Research  
This paper describes an approach developed at a New Zealand university where a generic doctoral writing programme, the Doctoral Writing Conversation, has evolved to make explicit to students the implicit  ...  Utilising the idea of language as a tool to mediate understanding, the paper will explore how the programme is structured and functions but will also describe some of the insights I have gained along the  ...  In our case, however the DWC with its activity-based, tool mediated, discussion format has yet to be established in any meaningful way in an online format.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23265507.2017.1419439 fatcat:jjtrqk5stvd5xkikxmnc6dkxcy

Digital Media in ESP Instruction for Marketing Communication

Štěpánka Hronová, Ladislava Knihová
2020 CASALC Review  
The aim of this paper is to examine and critically evaluate the existing opportunities for English teachers to incorporate video formats into their portfolio of teaching methods as well as use them effectively  ...  Due to the fact that creative ideas for methodological application of video formats are fully transferable into almost any kind of study programmes, the paper is complemented by a lesson plan based on  ...  master a wide range of new technical skills to be able to operate effectively in virtual teams.  ... 
doi:10.5817/casalc2020-1-8 fatcat:to35u5u7wjdb5ojivmvkf5pcle

Supervised near-peer clinical teaching in the ambulatory clinic: an exploratory study of family medicine residents' perspectives

Daniel Ince-Cushman, Teresa Rudkin, Ellen Rosenberg
2015 Perspectives on Medical Education  
described in hospital settings can be extended to ambulatory care training programmes.  ...  However, the perceived need for direct observation in a primary care context may make it more challenging to implement.  ...  A future study could examine the hypothesis that faculty supervision of near-peer clinical supervision may be an effective faculty development tool.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-015-0158-z pmid:25601040 pmcid:PMC4348229 fatcat:dzkb44rgujefjectaesu5yeahe

From arts marketing to audience enrichment: How digital engagement can deepen and democratize artistic exchange with audiences

Ben Walmsley
2016 Poetics  
Based on a rigorous mixed-methods approach comprising participant and audience surveys, discussion groups, depth interviews, netnography and content analysis of a new responsive online platform based on  ...  enquiry between arts organizations, artists and audiences; and break down barriers to attendance.  ...  As this was a collaborative project, I would like to thank Dr Laura Griffiths, Dr Julie Brown and Professor Sita Popat for their insights, support and advice throughout the course of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.poetic.2016.07.001 fatcat:4wby5zoz7bbkhbfdfaohjapgle

Quantifying developers' adoption of security tools

Jim Witschey, Olga Zielinska, Allaire Welk, Emerson Murphy-Hill, Chris Mayhorn, Thomas Zimmermann
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 10th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering - ESEC/FSE 2015  
But that was not the strongest predictor of security tool use, it was instead developers' ability to observe their peers using security tools.  ...  Security tools could help developers find critical vulnerabilities, yet such tools remain underused.  ...  Special thanks to study participants.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2786805.2786816 dblp:conf/sigsoft/WitscheyZWMMZ15 fatcat:3qvddgpsi5gd5jwfzol3dle4sa

Improving antiretroviral therapy adherence in resource-limited settings at scale: a discussion of interventions and recommendations

Jessica E. Haberer, Lora Sabin, K. Rivet Amico, Catherine Orrell, Omar Galárraga, Alexander C. Tsai, Rachel C. Vreeman, Ira Wilson, Nadia A. Sam-Agudu, Terrence F. Blaschke, Bernard Vrijens, Claude A. Mellins (+16 others)
2017 Journal of the International AIDS Society  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Heather Thompson for organizing the meeting and Jenna Sherry, Bridget Burns, Radka Stepanska, and Lindsey Garrison for facilitating this article.  ...  When combined with differential care delivery strategies, new resources can be potentially discovered.  ...  of peer counsellors into HIV programmes.  ... 
doi:10.7448/ias.20.1.21371 pmid:28630651 pmcid:PMC5467606 fatcat:o4lt3xxcnjhono65y562wqbeta

'Our Breadcrumb Trail through the Woods': Reflections on the Use of a Secret Facebook Group as a Strategy for Surviving and Thriving on the Doctoral Journey

Candice Satchwell, Hazel Partington, Lynne Barnes, Ridwanah Gurjee, Susan Ramsdale, Jacqueline D Dodding, Kathryn Drury
2015 International Journal of Doctoral Studies  
Their inception and use of a Facebook group was a response to challenges experienced in their studies, with the expectation of facilitating peer support.  ...  Presented as a piece of action research in which the participants created an intervention to address a perceived problem and then reflected on its effectiveness, it is co-authored by the cohort of six  ...  This means that each group comes together relatively infrequently, and the opportunity for peer support is therefore also relatively infrequent, and the loneliness of the long-distance researcher (Gannon-Leary  ... 
doi:10.28945/2306 fatcat:k6rbdewxyfakphfkgj5igysyhy

The effectiveness of peer tutoring in further and higher education: A typology and review of the literature

K. J. Topping
1996 Higher Education  
We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact  ...  Much is already known about the effectiveness of some types of peer tutoring and this merits wider dissemination to practitioners. Directions for future research are indicated.  ...  It is often used in courses with new and difficult content, a predominance of lectures and low rates of interactive teaching, and where assessment and monitoring are relatively infrequent.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00138870 fatcat:3oz6kepl65bgbgm5u6vm7ifhou

Student use of whiteboards in the classroom

Alexandra Shukie, Wodu Majin, Claire Cornock, Mike Robinson
2019 MSOR Connections  
Issues which should be considered if introducing these to the classroom are discussed.  ...  with which they struggled, and building on what students had 'discovered' when presenting the new material.  ...  She discusses how students use the boards to discover ideas and negotiate with their peers, and says they "afford the teacher a valuable window on student thinking as it is happening."  ... 
doi:10.21100/msor.v17i2.994 fatcat:7rvgjesdrbbzhbjzhkxpgggyhe

Open-Source Development Experiences in Scientific Software: The HANDE Quantum Monte Carlo Project

2015 Journal of Open Research Software  
In the course of preparing a public, open-source release, we have taken this opportunity to step back and look at what we have done and what we hope to do in the future.  ...  We pay particular attention to development processes, the approach taken to train students joining the project, and how a flat hierarchical structure aids communication  ...  This enables scientists to spend more time pursing new ideas and less time resolving problems already solved by other groups, hence reducing the collective time to productive science.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ fatcat:eoe7o6mlvveh5hqr3dnced37yu

Examples galleries generated by interactive genetic algorithms

Dimitri Masson, Alexandre Demeure, Gaëlle Calvary
2011 Procedings of the Second Conference on Creativity and Innovation in Design - DESIRE '11  
Generating new ideas The variations that generate new ideas are said to be blind in the sense that there is no way to decide a priori which variations will produce good results in the long term.  ...  However, those galleries are hand crafted and thus limited and cumbersome to build. In this paper, we claim for tools for supporting both the production and exploration of examples..  ...  ACKNOLEDGEMENT We thank the European project ITEA UsiXML (2009-2012) for their support to this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2079216.2079225 fatcat:hn27fdbgdffane6caubrx4km7q

Peer4Peer: e-Science Community for Network Overlay and Grid Computing Research [chapter]

Luís Veiga, João Nuno Silva, João Coelho Garcia
2011 Guide to e-Science  
This is an on-going effort to further our peer-to-peer cycle-sharing platform by providing a scalable, efficient and reliable simulation substrate for the Grid and overlay topologies developed by the research  ...  This chapter describes a novel approach to Grid and overlay network research that leverages distributed infrastructures and multi-core machines enabling increased simulation complexity and speed.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors wish to thank students Filipe Paredes and João Neto for their implementation efforts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-85729-439-5_4 dblp:series/ccn/VeigaSG11 fatcat:g676uhjijbbvnc2r44drnpec5i

Devices, distractions and digital literacy: 'Bring your own device' to polytech

Leoni Drew, Dianne Forbes
2017 Teachers and Curriculum  
in communities of peers.  ...  The students were asked to indicate if their programme had a dedicated Facebook page. The use of Facebook in programmes of study is limited.  ... 
doi:10.15663/tandc.v17i2.157 fatcat:yrpiuoytx5aqjp6hy5d3j6no24
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