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Technology Adaptation: The Case of a Computer-Supported Inter-Organizational Virtual Team
This study analyzes how an inter-organizational virtual team, tasked with creating a highly innovative product over a 10 month period, adapted the use of a collaborative technology and successfully achieved its challenging objectives. Expand
Media Appropriateness Using Social Presence Theory to Compare Traditional and New Organizational Media
monwus solution. Multidimensional scaling placed tmditwnal media in separate clusters, and new media together with some instances of text and phone, along interpersonalmediated andExpand
Influences, usage, and outcomes of Internet health information searching: Multivariate results from the Pew surveys
  • R. Rice
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Medical Informatics
  • 2006
The strongest and most consistent influences on ever, or more frequently, using the Internet to search for health information were sex (female), employment (not fulltime), engaging in more other Internet activities, more specific health reasons, and helping another deal with health issues. Expand
Technology adaption: the case of a computer-supported inter-organizational virtual team 1
The adaptation process for new technology is not yet well understood. This study analyzes how an inter-organizational virtual team, tasked with creating a highly innovative product over a 10 monthExpand
Task Analyzability, Use of New Media, and Effectiveness: A Multi-Site Exploration of Media Richness
The present study explores the central tenet of media richness theory, derived from contingency theory: when 1 information processing capabilities match 2 information processing demands, 3Expand
Comparing internet and mobile phone usage: digital divides of usage, adoption, and dropouts
Abstract Results from a national representative telephone survey of Americans in 2000 show that Internet and mobile phone usage was very similar, and that several digital divides exist with respectExpand
Digital Divides From Access to Activities: Comparing Mobile and Personal Computer Internet Users
While sociodemographic differences are more influential, device type can increase likelihood of use for some “capital enhancing” activities, but only for a computer, thus, although mobile Internet is available for those on the wrong side of the digital divide, these users do not engage in many activities, decreasing potential benefits. Expand
Attitudes toward New Organizational Technology: Network Proximity as a Mechanism for Social Information Processing.
We thank the organizational respondents for their patience and insights and Dr. Lynne Markus for her role in initiating the larger research project. We thank David Krackhardt, Bill Stevenson, HowardExpand
Configurations of Relationships in Different Media: FtF, Email, Instant Messenger, Mobile Phone, and SMS
Face-to-face (FtF) seems to be a universal medium without significant differences across respondents’ employment categories and configurations of relationships among social roles overall and across media. Expand
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