James C. Witte

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  • James C Witte, Lisa M Amoroso, Philip E N Howard, Bill Bainbridge, Bonnie Erickson, Joe Germuska +5 others
  • 1999
The Survey2000 Project is the largest and most comprehensive Internet-based social science survey to date. Along with generating interesting data about geographic mobility, feelings of community, and culinary, literary and musical tastes, the experience of operating a survey with Internet tools has set into sharp relief important methodological issues of(More)
We describe innovative new work in the development of an "animated architecture." Specifically, we describe our early research aimed at the creation of intelligent, programmable, physical spaces supporting working life. Our research takes advantage of recent developments in HCI and continuum robotics to enable humans to exploit emerging technologies and(More)
Internet growth and activity has been increasing almost exponentially over the last decade. Today, millions of people all over the world use the Internet for a variety of activities, such as email and instant messaging, shopping, trading stocks, research, and many others. Of these, one of the fastest growing is online surveys. Because of its global reach,(More)
This paper discusses the architecture and implementation of dynamic web-based surveys with an emphasis on the recently completed Survey2001 project. Survey2001 was made available at the National Geographic website for several months starting October 2001 and could be taken in four different languages: English, German, Spanish and Italian. This paper(More)
Environment " supporting everyday human activities, at home, work and school, in an increasingly digital society. AWE features a novel robotic " wall, " three horizontal, reconfigurable work surfaces, and embedded information technologies. The video shows AWE as a digital simulation moving through six standard wall-desk configurations, interspersed with(More)
Despite nationwide efforts to professionalize public-school teaching, little attention has been given to the matter of standards of professional conduct for teachers. The authors examined teachers' perceptions of the frequency and seriousness of different categories of teacher misconduct. They administered a 34-item questionnaire to 235 school professionals(More)
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