Charlynn Miller

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Current approaches for the design of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) systems involve the replication of Alternative Dispute Resolution practices such as mediation and negotiation. Though such systems have been found to be popular, there are concerns that these systems fail to take into account judicial practices. In this paper a system that supports(More)
  • Gregory, Susan, Ali Brent, Desmond A Butler, David Holloway, Merle Flintoff +75 others
  • 2014
(2013) Virtual worlds in Australian and New Zealand higher education : remembering the past, understanding the present and imagining the future. In ASCILITE 2013 "Electric Dreams", Notice: Changes introduced as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing and formatting may not be reflected in this document. For a definitive version of this work,(More)
Every day in online games designed to entertain, an unknown percentage of users are experiencing what is known as 'Griefing'. Griefing is used to describe when a player within a multiplayer online environment intentionally disrupts another player's game experience for his/her own personal enjoyment or material gain. Unrestrained, griefing could lead to a(More)
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