Roderick Lee

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As technology becomes more embedded in our daily lives, there is a great deal of hope about the use of information technology to achieve positive community outcomes like increasing access to local information, promoting civic engagement, and creating avenues for collaboration and communication. While these technologies provide opportunities for community(More)
In recent years, IS researchers have begun to examine the broader societal impacts of information systems (IS) and technologies. As such, researchers have sought out various approaches to develop the technological capacity of nonprofit and community-based organizations (NCOs). The concept of user participation is gaining increasing attention as a malleable(More)
We consider the problem of extracting a specific feature from a noisy signal generated by a multi-channels Remote Field Eddy Current Sensor. The sensor is installed on a mobile robot whose mission is the detection of anomalous regions in metal pipelines. Given the presence of noise that characterizes the data series, anomaly signals could be masked by noise(More)
Emergency Response Information Systems are not widely adopted in small municipalities. Such communities typically rely on face-to-face meetings of stakeholders, informal discussions among first responders, and tabletop exercises with multiple parties in order to become and remain prepared. We draw on the network paradigm of organizational research to(More)
A major challenge in fostering online communities is developing and sustaining communities. This paper integrates social capital and group development theories in order to derive a framework that seeks to explain why some online communities prosper, while others decline and perish. Four facets of social capital – network structure, identification,(More)
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