Camille Dickson-Deane

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a r t i c l e i n f o It is not uncommon that researchers face difficulties when performing meaningful cross-study comparisons for research. Research associated with the distance learning realm can be even more difficult to use as there are different environments with a variety of characteristics. We implemented a mixed-method analysis of research articles(More)
[A]: My background was in traditional computer science, technically oriented but I always had a very eclectic outlook on life. My parents were journalists and my sister an English professor, so the human condition was very much part of my outlook; it was natural in the early days of programming to take a look at the designs of programs to see that they(More)
In 1976, Edward L. Robertson was part of a panel that discussed the overarching topic of Computers in Developing Nations. At the time, computers were slowly being introduced into mainstream society and thoughts of access or even use was the focus of many discussions. Today, not only has computers and its associated technology evolved but so too has the(More)
[A]: I really do not remember. I think it was when I was working on a project related to my PhD, and someone mentioned to me that I should be careful about what I claimed for my work (on fault-tolerance and security) because someone else might be building something on top of it that could be life-sustaining. I got to thinking about the responsibility(More)
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