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Systems Development in Information Systems Research
The authors critically review systems development in information systems (IS) research. Several classification schemes of research are described and systems development is identified as aExpand
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Electronic meeting systems
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IS 2010: Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programs in Information Systems
The IS 2010 report is the latest output from model curriculum work for Information Systems (IS) that began in the early 1970s. Prior to this current effort, the most recent version of the ISExpand
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Collaboration Engineering with ThinkLets to Pursue Sustained Success with Group Support Systems
Field research and laboratory experiments suggest that, under certain circumstances, people using group support systems (GSS) can be significantly more productive than people who do not use them.Expand
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Instructional video in e-learning: Assessing the impact of interactive video on learning effectiveness
Interactive video in an e-learning system allows proactive and random access to video content. Our empirical study examined the influence of interactive video on learning outcome and learnerExpand
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Lessons from a Dozen Years of Group Support Systems Research: A Discussion of Lab and Field Findings
During the past dozen years, researchers at the University of Arizona have built six generations of group support systems software, conducted over 150 research studies, and facilitated over 4,000Expand
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Electronic Brainstorming And Group Size
Two concurrent experiments were conducted with groups of varying size; there were 2-, 4-, and 6-person groups in one and 6- and 12-person groups in the other. We compared the number and quality ofExpand
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Can e-learning replace classroom learning?
In an e-learning environment that emphasizes learner-centered activity and system interactivity, remote learners can outperform traditional classroom students.
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Automating Linguistics-Based Cues for Detecting Deception in Text-Based Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communications
The detection of deception is a promising but challenging task. A systematic discussion of automated Linguistics Based Cues (LBC) to deception has rarely been touched before. The experiment studiedExpand
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