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Technology on social issues of videoconferencing on the Internet: a survey

M. Kouadio, U. Pooch
2002 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
This paper is a modest contribution to the understanding of some current issues in VC. It reviews the enabling technology and the social issues involved with videoconferencing.  ...  to have resource demanding videoconferencing (VC) sessions on the Internet.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Dr Joobin Choobineh, Professor in Information and Operations Management at Texas A&M University, for his insightful comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jnca.2002.0125 fatcat:npj6qgyz5rbsfn4wl4ubnj3qcu

Information agent technology for the Internet: A survey

Matthias Klusch
2001 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
agent systems currently deployed on the Internet.  ...  Regarding efficiency in time, the impact of ongoing efforts to increase the transfer rates in the Internet-2 (Next Generation Internet) to 9.6 Gbit/s on the situation for the common user of the public  ...  It is part of electronic business covering a broader range of issues including business processes and transactions on the Internet devoted to customer relationship and supply chain management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-023x(00)00049-5 fatcat:pzgmrncj4zdi7ejszxt3d7vkp4

A survey of Internet-mediated intercultural foreign language education in China

Liang Wang, James A. Coleman
2009 ReCALL  
A smallscale study of college teachers' and learners' perceptions of intercultural classroom instruction, with a special focus on Internet mediation, was conducted in mid-2007, using questionnaires and  ...  The results show that textbooks remain the predominant authority, while Internet tools are used as a source of information rather than a means of communication.  ...  Although in the survey the teachers did not indicate that they lacked the pedagogical experience for using technology, it is still worth emphasizing the issue of technical support so that teachers can  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0958344009000056 fatcat:d3eywfa27jfnxbpyut45jjs6ou

User-Generated Online Health Content: A Survey of Internet Users in the United Kingdom

Braden O'Neill, Sue Ziebland, Jose Valderas, Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva
2014 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
On a per-country basis, the greater intensity of use of the majority of ICTs for health is clearly evident in Italy, which leads the way for online consultations through videoconferencing with health professionals  ...  Social Determinants of Health Discussion Paper 1 (Debates). Solar O, Irwin A. A conceptual framework for action on the social determinants of health.  ...  Assuming that you were provided the possibility of looking for health information on the Internet, would information on health or illness which you had obtained from the Internet lead to any of the following  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.3187 pmid:24784798 pmcid:PMC4019776 fatcat:zdbbgplccjhf5fp5svpbz4h2cm

Internet Videoconferencing in undergraduate paramedic education

Brett Williams
2010 Australasian Journal of Paramedicine  
This paper illustrates the innovative use of Internet Videoconferencing in a blended and case-based learning approach used to support undergraduate paramedic student learning during weekly clinical problems  ...  Regular Internet Videoconferencing learning periods were offered to students by teaching staff, increasing after-hours communication opportunities otherwise not normally achievable.  ...  More formal evaluation of Internet Videoconferencing will be undertaken in 2010 using a mixed methodological approach of paper-based surveys and focus groups.  ... 
doi:10.33151/ajp.8.4.84 fatcat:defdwtdghrcphbk32ln6jukh5i

How Carers of People with Dementia Search for Dementia-Specific Information on the Internet: a Survey Study (Preprint)

Areti Efthymiou, Nicos Middleton, Artemis Markatou, Paraskevi Sakka, Evridiki Papastavrou
2019 JMIR Aging  
The internet use by caregivers within the previous 3 months was associated with variables such as age, education, occupation, kinship, years of care, and self-reported impact on physical and social health  ...  A total of 580 caregivers of people with dementia participated in the study. The majority of the caregivers reported that they had used the internet in the previous 3 months (84.1%, 488/580).  ...  This paper is dedicated to the memory of Areti Lioupa, researcher of Consulting Management Training (CMT) Prooptiki.  ... 
doi:10.2196/15480 pmid:32427105 fatcat:cbf5l5aeqnbvhjgfyf3u2mehva

Attitudes Toward e-Mental Health Services in a Community Sample of Adults: Online Survey

Sonja March, Jamin Day, Gabrielle Ritchie, Arlen Rowe, Jeffrey Gough, Tanya Hall, Chin Yan Jackie Yuen, Caroline Leanne Donovan, Michael Ireland
2018 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Methods: A mixed sample of 308 community members and university students was recruited through social media and the host institution in Australia.  ...  However, the theory of planned behavior (TPB) suggests that cognitive intentions are more proximal to behavior and thus may have a more direct influence on service use.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by the Institute for Resilient Regions, University of Southern Queensland.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.9109 pmid:29459357 pmcid:PMC5838359 fatcat:22hbqbatlvgbbggvw3lklif6aq

Pharmaceutical marketing and the internet

Melissa Sweet
2009 Australian Prescriber  
Pharmaceutical companies are capitalising on the advent of the internet and the development of new media forms to promote their products. electronic detailing, interactive websites, email prompts and viral  ...  The internet is helping to globalise and to change the nature of pharmaceutical marketing, and thus raises some new challenges for regulators.  ...  E-detailing includes diverse strategies, such as videoconferencing, the provision of electronic education modules, and the use of email and related technologies as prompts and to promote two-way communications  ... 
doi:10.18773/austprescr.2009.001 fatcat:ogfkuu56ybauzkt3zrmzx5dsg4

Studying the Internet through the Ages [chapter]

Barry Wellman
2011 The Handbook of Internet Studies  
As a tribal elder, I often think back to the state of Internet and society scholarship before the dawning of the Internet.  ...  As one of the first social scientists to be involved in research studying how people communicate online, I started going in 1990 to biannual gatherings of the then-tribe: CSCW (computer supported cooperative  ...  In my frustration, I began to issue manifestos in the guise of scholarly articles. Two presented my case, based on my 30-plus years of experience as a social network analyst and community analyst.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444314861.ch1 fatcat:4pi3mi4ah5cyviajzd3mrilvs4

Impact of experience of psychiatrists and psychiatry residents regarding electronic communication and social networking on internet use patterns: a questionnaire survey for developing e-professionalism in South Korea

Yeon Jung Lee, Jaeuk Hwang, Soyoung Irene Lee, Sung-Il Woo, Sang Woo Hahn, Steve Koh
2019 BMC Medical Education  
In this questionnaire survey included a total of 250 participants, of which 195 (78%) completed the questionnaire.  ...  The development of technology, novel communication, and social networking can positively or negatively affect the therapeutic alliance between patients and psychiatrists.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the psychiatrists and psychiatry residents in South Korea for participating in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-019-1771-z pmid:31703677 pmcid:PMC6839063 fatcat:nwm73kzuqbathd3pu5lg3e6doq

Group pulmonary rehabilitation delivered to the home via the internet

Andrea Taylor, Angus Aitken, David Godden, Judith Colligan
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11  
A novel videoconferencing system was installed in four patient's homes, connected to their TV and the Internet.  ...  The technology performed well, satisfaction was high, and clinical improvements occurred in all patients, comparable to a conventional program. Larger studies are warranted.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The study was funded by Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland. We thank Alan Sloan at JANET Videoconferencing Service (JVCS) for technical assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978942.1979398 dblp:conf/chi/TaylorAGC11 fatcat:aulshilpunellm2fkmeo3yehfu

Wireless Network Security Threats and Mitigation—A Survey

Mohammad Bajwa
2014 Open Journal of Business and Management  
A survey was conducted to learn about the views of the health information technology (HIT) managers and users to gauge their gravity of concern about this issue.  ...  One major concern about the use of wireless technology in healthcare is that the signals traveling through the atmosphere are apt to be eavesdropped and intercepted.  ...  This report provides an overview of the wireless technologies and then reviews results of a survey conducted to gain firsthand information on the use status of wireless devices, technologies in place,  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojbm.2014.24034 fatcat:bru2u3idzbdmfggunth6w4fhsq

Five Recommendations to Law Schools Offering Legal Instruction Over the Internet

Daniel C. Powell
2006 Social Science Research Network  
The University of Alabama's LL.M in Taxation is offered to practicing lawyers throughout the Southeast via videoconferencing and internet technologies.  ...  Shared learning may be encouraged by discussion threads in which an instructor makes a website posting of a topic or issue and then students respond to either the original posting or one of the responses  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.922767 fatcat:4liuanupafdzpaeqszn3ss4p7a

Using the Internet to Deliver Higher Education

Steven J. Coombs, Jillian Rodd
2001 Computers in The Schools  
Personal communications with module participants was conducted with the use of email and videoconferencing information technology (IT) resources.  ...  Profile of the authors Dr Steven Coombs has wide experience of information technology curriculum development in the context of flexible and distance learning programmes at a range of institutions including  ...  the use of user-friendly and low-cost multipoint desktop videoconferencing (MDVC) equipment on a Broadband Internet service.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j025v17n03_05 fatcat:ptez6rmt75derdegxreund2odq

Delivering Group-Based Services to the Home via the Internet: Maximising Clinical and Social Benefits

Andrea Taylor, David Godden, Angus Aitken, Judith Colligan, Richard Wilson
2011 Proceedings of the 5th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare  
In a previous paper, we reported a new design for a group pulmonary rehabilitation program delivered to the home via the Internet and videoconferencing, and reported findings from the first feasibility  ...  A second feasibility trial has been performed with three patients. Across both trials, the technology worked well, patients found the system easy to use, felt part of a group and felt safe.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Alan Sloan at JANET Videoconferencing Service (JVCS) and David Powell for technical assistance.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2011.246004 dblp:conf/ph/TaylorWGAC11 fatcat:hnhqieowpbfg5kabjvdz5bfb7a
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