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Usability Engineering and HCI for Promoting Root-Level Social Computation and Informatics Practice

Prantosh Kumar Paul
2021 International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management  
The paper is also proposed some possible and future potential programs for a healthy social informatics world.  ...  A few current and emerging technologies which include big data management, cloud computing, green computing, data science, internet of things (IoT) are also allied with HCI and usability engineering in  ...  • Proper academic collaboration with the industry is required for real social informatics practice and to build a true Digital India. • HCI Technologies and allied domain need to offer as per industrial  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijabim.20210401.oa6 fatcat:itlf4tuquvhztn6cauvwivdjee

Examining the dynamic effects of social network advertising: A semiotic perspective

Junhui He, Bingjia Shao
2018 Telematics and informatics  
Analysis of social network advertising dynamic effects through a semiotic perspective. J. He, B. Shao Telematics and Informatics xxx (xxxx) xxx-xxx as follows.  ...  Practical implications From a practical point of view, this study may help advertisers use different signs in different marketing stages.  ...  A sample poster on Sina microblog  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tele.2018.01.014 fatcat:ifncstg6ebeg5jtfvmwectp6oy

Multi-Dimensional Recommendation Scheme for Social Networks Considering a User Relationship Strength Perspective

Bo Zhan, Ya Zhan, Yanhong Ba, Jie Lian, Meizi Li
2020 Computing and informatics  
The traditional recommendation methods have relatively low accuracy because they lack considering information from the perspective of user relationship strength into the recommendation algorithm.  ...  Developing a computational method based on user relationship strength for multi-dimensional recommendation is a significant challenge.  ...  In the future, we will retrieve more data to consider multiple login methods.  ... 
doi:10.31577/cai_2020_1-2_105 fatcat:36lvpk34gvbhjpjt3ylqzllf7m

A Study of Multiple Social Media Use in the European Parliament from an Innovation Perspective

Euripidis Loukis, Yannis Charalabidis, Aggeliki Androutsopoulou
2014 Proceedings of the 18th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics - PCI '14  
This paper contributes in this direction, by analysing three centrally managed multiple social media consulations conducted by Members of the European Parliament, from a public policy perspective, based  ...  It has been concluded that the above method of social media exploitation has a good potential for disseminating highly informative multimedia content on a policy under formulation to a much wider audience  ...  , in order to initiate and stimulate discussion on the particular policy, and then for the automated retrieval from them of data on citizens" interactions with this posted content (e.g. views, likes, comments  ... 
doi:10.1145/2645791.2645840 dblp:conf/pci/LoukisCA14 fatcat:btjv3zuwejhjxn5wysfwvyadri

Evidence-based Practice

N. Douali, P. Staccini
2013 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Social media is widely used by clinicians. Especially younger clinicians use it for personal purposes and for reference materials retrieval.  ...  A high level of e-Health literacy by patients will promote increased adoption and utilization of personal health records.  ...  The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) considers the field of consumer health informatics as "a subspecialty of medical informatics which studies from a patient/ consumer perspective the use  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638850 fatcat:ozkck7ghifc3hcfekflsjt4z5q

Critical informatics: New methods and practices

Miriam E. Sweeney, André Brock
2014 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
CTDA is an important tool for critical informaticists that contributes to building understanding of technology as culture, grounded in user perspectives and real-world practices.  ...  While social informatics (SI) is uniquely positioned to examine the technical and organizational properties of information and communication technology (ICT) and associated user practices, it often ignores  ...  Crawford (2013) notes that the collection of big data as a guideline for distributing social resources suffers from a similar problem, arguing that "Data are assumed to accurately reflect the social world  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2014.14505101032 fatcat:nytqi2jvbrgirotqncncavjxra

Beyond information retrieval and electronic health record use: competencies in clinical informatics for medical education

William R Hersh, Paul Gorman, Frances Biagioli, Vishnu Mohan, Jeffrey Gold, George Mejicano
2014 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
We describe a process whereby six faculty members representing different perspectives came together to define competencies in clinical informatics for a curriculum transformation process occurring at Oregon  ...  In recent years, many medical school curricula have added content in information retrieval (search) and basic use of the electronic health record.  ...  But even if not, they should understand issues such as data quality, study design, and the limitations that come from the sharp focus perspective of a clinical study.  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s63903 pmid:25057246 pmcid:PMC4085140 fatcat:cy2djo5jmfaqvouxp5rtocbwxe

A Summary of Research on Informatization of Specialized Language in the Framework of Sino-foreign Cooperative Education

Hongyu Zhu, Yanzhen Lan
2016 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
This paper mainly discusses the content of research on informatization of specialized language teaching with a specific case, and proposes that the problems of specialized language teaching could be solved  ...  Then it reviews briefly the research situation of informatization of specialized language both at home and abroad, introduces the development of specialized language teaching in colleges and universities  ...  It provides extensive retrieval and convenient acquisition of the information of different disciplines and full text data and supports disciplinary retrieval and interdisciplinary retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.17507/tpls.0609.20 fatcat:r37pk2wzprhr5ff3m3m6g5g3oi

Statistic Methods Used in Scholarly Projects of Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduates

Aliya Kuerban
2018 International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices  
Methods: Quantitative content analysis was conduct on 100 DNP projects to retrieve information regarding the subjects, sample size, sampling strategies, and statistics methods used.  ...  The results of this study give DNP students and faculty a more clear teaching map that focuses on skills used most often.  ...  After the completion of data collection, Statistics Package for Social Study version 23.0 software (IBM Corp. Released 2015, Armonk, NY) was used to analyze the data.  ... 
doi:10.15344/2394-4978/2018/276 fatcat:456pbfrwsvh6fkzasyphuxktva

Practice and Thinking on the Information Construction of Graduate Training

Lingyu Yan
2020 Education Reform and Development  
By establishing a training system based on a network platform, it is conducive to further standardize and optimize the management of graduate training, strengthen the monitoring of the training process  ...  Information construction has now become an important part of the development and talent training of universities, and it is a basic and long-term work in the field of higher education.  ...  In addition, the training system also carries the functions of filling in training plans, research opening reports, mid-term reports, academic reports, and social practices.  ... 
doi:10.26689/erd.v2i2.2076 fatcat:vxapjjhhlbas3i6fhi45awnngq

A Conceptual Framework for Information Technology in Social Work Practice

Dale Fitch
2015 Advances in Social Work  
This article describes how information systems research in the human services can be facilitated with a conceptual framework that addresses the fundamental roles of data, information and knowledge in understanding  ...  Using methodologies originating in information systems and organizational research, the resulting conceptual framework explains how we are to understand information technology from the perspectives of  ...  While our peer professions are educating their students via medical informatics and nursing informatics, social work has no such explicit curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.18060/18291 fatcat:xex6vltmfzfavniva5df6nqwmq

Information resources for public health practice

Neil Rambo
1998 Journal of urban health  
A data file is usually retrieved as a whole, but a database requires a search engine, through which the user submits queries to the database, and only records matching the query are retrieved.)  ...  research methodology filter to screen the retrieval of a query.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02344510 pmid:9854242 pmcid:PMC3456003 fatcat:zrfjbz2uprhetgcnqmtizqxnwe

Mobilities of the Community Health Work Practice: Mobile Health system Mediated Work

Esther Namatovu, Johan Ivar Sæbø, Jens Johan Kaasbøll
2017 Journal of Community Informatics  
Our study argues that through understanding technology mobilities, we uniquely bring to light new forms of social phenomena that materialize with interactions between mHealth systems and the work of Community  ...  This is important in managing technological innovations and theorizing electronically supported work practices.  ...  We take a historical perspective as suggested by Nicolini (2013) , Orlikowski (2002) and Labatut et al (2012) to understand the context and how it influences existing orders of data reporting.  ... 
doi:10.15353/joci.v13i3.3364 fatcat:atirjhriabde5ohsyvht7xedgm

Communication Technology Integration into Social Work Practice

Angela N. Bullock, Alex D. Colvin
2015 Advances in Social Work  
As a result of this transformation, the use of technology has evolved in social work practice.  ...  technology poses for social work practice.  ...  Beyond bureaucracy: Emerging trends in social care informatics. Health Informatics Journal, 20(3), 213-219.  ... 
doi:10.18060/18259 fatcat:5ken5yjdcradjfunilejymmiky

Review of complex adaptive systems in nursing practice

J. Kiviliene, A. Blazeviciene
2019 Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences  
The incorporation of complexity science concepts into the practice of nursing leadership encourages new ways of thinking about organizations and is a natural model for the ideals and expected results of  ...  CAS theory will take a permanent place in the healthcare organizations activities, improve nursing processes and create a better work environment for nursing and job satisfaction.  ...  The data suggest that future implementation efforts need to be anchored from a CAS perspective and focus on building the self-organizing potential of the system.  ... 
doi:10.21595/chs.2019.21169 fatcat:gxag2howdzgrrpvdatzq7sjiuq
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