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A Critical Analysis of Active Learning and an Alternative Pedagogical Framework for Introductory Information Systems Courses.
- J. Drake
- Computer Science
Active learning has been championed in academic circles as the pedagogical fix to boring lectures typically found in introduction to information systems courses. Expand
Global Virtual Team Performance: The Effect of Coordination Effectiveness, Trust, and Team Cohesion
- Ravi Paul, J. Drake, Huigang Liang
- Psychology, Computer Science
- IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
- 25 August 2016
We evaluated how the process of effective coordination for teams composed of two colocated subgroups is mediated by individual perceptions of out-group trust and overall team cohesion. Expand
RISK IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
This study synthesizes previous research on risks in various reference disciplines into integrated typology of risk factors and offers unique propositions for IT project portfolio management. The… Expand
Job Applicants' Information Privacy Protection Responses: Using Social Media for Candidate Screening
- J. Drake, D. Hall, J. B. Becton, Clay Posey
- Computer Science, Business
- AIS Trans. Hum. Comput. Interact.
- 31 December 2016
We examine how one such disclosure request impacted six information privacy protective responses (IPPRs) based on the job candidates’ perceived moral judgment and the perceived moral intensity of the HR disclosure request. Expand
Asking for Facebook Logins: An Egoist Case for Privacy
- J. Drake
- 1 December 2016
With the advent of social networking websites, privacy concerns have reached a new high. One particularly problematic concern entails employers requesting login credentials to popular social media… Expand
Job Applicants' Information Privacy-Protective Response: Exploring the Roles of Technology Readiness and Trust
This article draws upon the socio-cognitive theory of trust to understand the interconnected relationships among technology readiness, disposition to trust HR professionals, institutional-based trust and information privacy-protective response. Expand
Five Principles for MOOC Design: With a Case Study.
We present a case study of a MOOC grant and a series of decisions made in its development. Expand
An Exploratory Look at Early Online Auction Decisions: Extending Signal Theory
We show that eight emergent factors in online auction environments used as signals for enhancing decisions for both auction selection and initial bid in different ways. Expand
Searching for Alternatives: Does Your Disposition Matter?
In the decision-making process, vast quantities of information is often parsed into a manageable set of top choices in order to meaningful select the best option. Expand
The Importance of Individual Characteristics on Consideration Sets for Online Auction Buyers
We extend online auction theory by considering set theory in terms of a staged buying process. Expand