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Software product innovation in agile usability teams: an analytical framework of social capital, network governance, and usability knowledge management

Jeremy T. Barksdale, D. Scott McCrickard
2012 International Journal of Agile and Extreme Software Development  
We argue that social interaction on multidisciplinary agile usability teams, as a means to integrating the software development and usability domains, impacts how usability knowledge is managed, and thus  ...  This paper proposes a model and agenda for understanding and improving social interaction on agile usability software teams.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the expert reviewers for their time in providing feedback about the framework. The authors also thank the journal reviewers and editor for their thoughtful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijaesd.2012.048302 fatcat:du4ia7m7rnh7lfwm5rczxfu4qm

Realisation of Usability Tests: A Social Media Marketing Software Development Case

Christina Eberharter, Anna Fensel
2020 International Conference on Intelligent Environments  
Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn opened the door for new ways of online marketing-social media marketing.  ...  , engaging, promoting or listening on social media networks.  ...  Ioan Toma (Onlim GmbH) for contributing to this project.  ... 
doi:10.3233/aise200064 dblp:conf/intenv/EberharterF20 fatcat:jrpdgb7gcrbgtbxpf4satb2ptm

Enhancing Online Patient Support through Health-Care Knowledge in Online Health Communities: A Descriptive Study

Donghua Chen, Runtong Zhang, Kecheng Liu, Lei Hou
2018 Information  
Online health communities (OHCs) should utilize health-care knowledge for enhancing online patient support.  ...  Results corroborate that over 80% of the websites facilitate effective social functions, whereas only 33% provide health-care decision-making services to online patients.  ...  Second, an open subscription network is a key approach for assisting chronic patients.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info9080199 fatcat:csbbu7wptzckhpw542vhobvxnm

A Socio-Technical Approach to Information Security

Mathias Mujinga, Mariki M. Eloff, Jan Hendrik Kroeze
2017 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The main objective of this paper is to present a preliminary socio-technical information security (STInfoSec) framework for the development of online information security applications that addresses both  ...  The STInfoSec framework investigates usability and security requirements for an improved online banking system that seeks to improve the adoption and continued use of the service.  ...  The STS approach is used to achieve the research objective, which is to develop a framework that addresses both technical and social aspects of online IS development.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/MujingaEK17 fatcat:4nnajcimavcotdgznsw7m42ttm

THINPLE - the new online Sociality is built on top of NFC-based Contacts

Sabrina Gaito, Christian Quadri, Gian Paolo Rossi, Matteo Zignani
2012 2012 IFIP Wireless Days  
The rapid densification of today's online social networks is progressively draining their early value of mirroring real life sociality.  ...  Moreover, through physical contacts, inanimate objects of the real world can be added to the online sociality of individuals, thus turning into practice the concept of Internet of things and people.  ...  This work was funded by the Italian Ministry for Instruction, University and Research under the PRIN PEOPLENET (2009BZM837) Project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wd.2012.6402817 dblp:conf/wd/GaitoQRZ12 fatcat:ar5nmyeehbbubgeug6ssgz7eyu

The Roles of Website Characteristics and Social Network Communities in Developing Customer E-loyalty in the Online Travel Industry

Toufaily E, Arcand M
2016 Journal of Tourism & Hospitality  
Internet and social network communities have become the essential channel for people looking for tourism information and online purchases or reservations.  ...  Thus, the objective of this study is to investigate how online attributes under the control of the cyber-merchant (website functional and relational attributes) and social networking sites where the firm  ...  Managers should be better prepared with an online review response plan that works for them [80] .  ... 
doi:10.4172/2167-0269.1000222 fatcat:biicnl4xafcenesn6y3pkt32we

HOW DO STUDENTS SELECT SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES? AN ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS (AHP) MODEL

Chun Meng Tang
2015 International Journal of Cyber Society and Education  
Social networking sites are popular among university students, and students today are indeed spoiled for choice.  ...  Given the choice of so many social networking sites, how do students decide which one they will sign up for and stay on as an active user?  ...  Readers who are interested in the questionnaire of this study may write to us for a copy.  ... 
doi:10.7903/ijcse.1383 fatcat:3nndtcw6xrdvbj34dcysloogee

Multi-Facet Trust Model for Online Social Network Environment

Liu Ban Chieng, Manmeet Mahinderjit Singh, Zarul Fitri Zaaba, Rohail Hassan
2015 International journal of network security and its applications  
Currently, the trust in social networks is using the single-faceted approach, which is not well personalized, and doesn't account for the subjective views of trust, according to each user, but only the  ...  In this research, the challenges of online social networks have been investigated. The current issues in some of the Social Network Sites are being studied and compared.  ...  At present, there are not very much focus has been given to improve the usable security of Online Social Network (OSN).  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijnsa.2015.7101 fatcat:nixfmqmdzvcblcnqvhkwb55q5e

User perceived quality of online social information services: from the perspective of knowledge management

Y. S. Dai, Q. Gao, Z. Fan, R. G. Kang
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management  
Features of emerging online social information services show promises for overcoming obstacles in knowledge management practices.  ...  Keywords -Knowledge management, online service quality, online social information services, web 2.0  ...  systems from the perspective of knowledge management (shown in Fig. 1 ): 1) System usability: as to any information systems, usability is important to increase the revisit of users for online social  ... 
doi:10.1109/ieem.2007.4419236 fatcat:it5nqxb7b5czdpbwk2oby6u4ru

Key Challenges in Defending Against Malicious Socialbots

Yazan Boshmaf, Ildar Muslukhov, Konstantin Beznosov, Matei Ripeanu
2012 Zenodo  
In this position paper, we observe that defending against such malicious bots raises a set of unique challenges that relate to web automation, online-offline identity binding and usable security.  ...  Advances in artificial intelligence make it feasible to design bots that sense, think and act cooperatively in social settings just like human beings.  ...  Yet, this new social Web, which is predominated by Online Social Networks (OSNs), is not exclusive to human beings.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3264613 fatcat:gcs64vmii5c43f6ls4djgfc4la

APRIL: An online learning environment devoted to language learning

Stefania Spina, Elisa Bassetti
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The April project develops two main research topics: the social aspects of web 2.0 and NLP resources and tools for language learning.  ...  April stands for: Ambiente Personalizzato di Rete per l'Insegnamento Linguistico.  ...  As for the social aspects, the web meets some of the well-established key points of SLA research (Newstead, 2007) : in an online social environment, for example, learners can interact and negotiate meaning  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.02.043 fatcat:agotzu577jc7ncin7a56gbntye

A Collaborative Tool for Communities of Practice to Share Best Practices [chapter]

Justus N. Nyagwencha, Sheryl Seals, Tony Cook
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The computational framework manages self-purporting and emerging groups and provides a mechanism that limits fictitious accounts within an online community.  ...  distribution of resources within an online system.  ...  a group management model for managing online groups effectively and efficiently.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22095-1_105 fatcat:4isydz7aibbs5ankex3sk7pjzm

Social Adaptation of ERP Software: Tagging UI Elements [chapter]

Marcus Nitsche, Martin Christof Kindsmüller, Udo Arend, Michael Herczeg
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In addition best practices from research on online community building were used to design a social annotating component for ERP systems.  ...  Our component is inspired by Web 2.0 principles like user generated content, information sharing, and harnessing network effects.  ...  To illustrate the power of our approach we decided for using Human Resource Management (HRM) domain with the task "Adding a new employee".  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02774-1_43 fatcat:mpo57dqjzbdbvezwejynxgwpgi

How Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Can Uptake the Sustainable Development Goals through a Cluster Management Organization: A Case Study

Eduardo Jiménez, Marta de la Cuesta-González, Montserrat Boronat-Navarro
2021 Sustainability  
By focusing on the case study of a furniture production Cluster Management Organization (CMO Habic a network-based approach to sustainability management is analyzed in order to integrate the SDGs framework  ...  Through a cluster model approach, industry-specific sustainability material issues are tackled jointly and with the aim of applying a common solution to a similar challenge, Lehi-ODS, an online sustainability  ...  of Lehi-ODS, and to Axier Iturriza from Axli, for his technical support in the development of the web-based platform.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13115939 fatcat:jxoc7dphhnf77bpry4rl3tgfua

Community Response Grids for Older Adults: Motivations, Usability, and Sociability

Philip Fei Wu, Jenny Preece, Ben Shneiderman, Paul T. Jaeger, Yan Qu
2007 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We define and discuss the concept of a CRG, briefly review the limits of current emergency response systems, and identify usability and sociability guidelines for CRGs for older adults based on existing  ...  This paper discusses the motivation for a Community Response Grid (CRG) to help older adults improve their capability for coping with emergency situations.  ...  Bo Xie for their insightful comments and editorial corrections.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/WuPSJQ07 fatcat:4yadfzkllzdozcf3atjn6y6oru
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