Browse by Subject "trust"
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(iSchools, 2013-02)Virtual teams provide organizations with numerous advantages by allowing them to assemble individuals irrespective of their physical location. Unfortunately, dispersion and reliance on virtual communications are two ...
(Wiley, 2008)Computing professionals have ethical obligations to clients, employers, other professionals, and the public in fulfilling their professional responsibilities. These obligations are expressed in codes of ethics, which can ...
(2014-05-30)Adolescents in American society tend to have few strong, trusting relationships with non-familial adults. However, adolescents that do develop positive relationships with non-familial adults are at an advantage because ...
(2008-02-28)In recent years HCI researchers have made significant progress in understanding how different communication media influence people’s trust perceptions and task performance in virtual environments [1, 5]. In this research ...
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(2010-02-03)In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the internet, DARPA launched the Network Challenge to explore issues related to social networking, collaboration, and trust. The iSchools viewed this as an excellent opportunity ...
(2012-02-01)The Information Age has created an increasing abundance of data and has, thanks to the rise of the Internet, made that knowledge instantly available to humans and computers alike. This is not without caveats, however, as ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)The use of social networking sites (SNS) has had implications in traditional areas of communication such as identity and relationship construction. This study explores how identity is expressed on Facebook and Twitter, the ...
(2009-02-08)While millions of dollars have been invested in information technologies to improve intelligence information sharing among law enforcement agencies at the Federal, Tribal, State and Local levels, there remains a hesitation ...
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(iSchools, 2013-02)3D social virtual worlds (VWs), like Second Life (SL), have potential as alternative modes for in-formation seeking and socialization. Yet, finding trustworthy social connections for expertise and social support can be ...