• 2019 Vol. 16 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology

Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
Volume 16, 2019 Table of Contents

How to Program a Chatbot – An Introductory Project and Student Perceptions
Ju Long, Michael Juntao Yuan, Hsun-Ming Lee ....................................................... 1-31

Implications of Updating Digital Literacy – A Case Study in an Optometric Curriculum
Jo Coldwell-Neilson, James A Armitage, Ryan J Wood-Bradley, Blair Kelly,
Alex Gentle ............................................................................................................. 33-49

Fostering Self and Peer Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom through the Flipped Classroom Approach for Postgraduate Students
Eugenia M. W. Ng .................................................................................................. 51-59

Integrating Drone Technology in STEM Education: A Case Study to Assess Teachers’ Readiness
and Training Needs
Wing Shui Ng, Gary Cheng ..................................................................................... 61-70

Self-efficacy, Challenge, Threat and Motivation in Virtual and Blended Courses on Multicultural Campuses
Revital Cohen, Ilan Daniels Rahimi, Gila Cohen Zilka ............................................ 71-95

Agile Requirements Engineering: An Empirical Analysis and Evidence from a Tertiary Education Context
Meetu Thomas, Mali Senapathi ............................................................................. 97-112

Assessing the Graphic Questionnaire Used in Digital Literacy Training
Elena Maceviciute, Tom Wilson, Zinaida Manžuch ............................................. 113-126

Factors Influencing Women’s Decision to Study Computer Science: Is It Context Dependent?
Sara Genut, Bnaya Ori, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant ................................................ 127-141

Combining Summative and Formative Evaluation Using Automated Assessment
John English, Tammy English ............................................................................. 143-151

Autoethnography of the Cultural Competence Exhibited at an African American Weekly Newspaper Organization
Erik Bean ............................................................................................................ 153-164

Business Priorities Driving BYOD Adoption: A Case Study of a South African Financial Services Organization
Jacques Ophoff, Steve Miller ................................................................................ 165-196

Transition to First Year University Study: A Qualitative Descriptive Study on the Psychosocial and Emotional Impacts of a Science Workshop
Jyothi Thalluri, Joy Penman ................................................................................. 197-210

Virtually There: The Potential, Process and Problems of Using 360° Video in the Classroom
Sophie McKenzie, Justin Rough, Aaron Spence, Nick Patterson .......................... 211-219

Automatic Detection and Classification of Dental Restorations in Panoramic Radiographs
Talia Yeshua, Ya'akov Mandelbaum, Ragda Abdalla-Aslan, Chen Nadler, Laureen Cohen, Levana Zemour, Daniel Kabla, Ori Gleisner, Isaac Leichter ...................................................................... 221-234

Technology in the Classroom: Teachers’ Technology Choices in Relation to Content Creation
and Distribution
Suzanne Sackstein, Linda Spark, Bryan Turner ................................................... 235-254

The Competencies Required for the BPA Role: An Analysis of the Kenyan Context
Elizabeth Wamicha, Lisa Seymour ...................................................................... 255-275

Learning Entrepreneurship through Virtual Multicultural Teamwork
Anat Goldstein, Ruti Gafni .................................................................................. 277-305

Understanding Online Learning Based on Different Age Categories
Danielle Morin, Hamed Safaee, Raafat Saadé ...................................................... 307-317

Transforming a First-year Accounting Course Using a Blended Learning Pathway
Clara Nkhoma, Mathews Nkhoma, Susan Thomas, Long Ky Tu,
Nha Quoc Le ...................................................................................................... 319-342

Emoji Identification and Prediction in Hebrew Political Corpus
Chaya Liebeskind ................................................................................................ 343-359

An Examination of the Barriers to Leadership for Faculty of Color at U.S. Universities
Sydney Freeman Jr., Karen Krier, Ahmed A. Al-Asfour, Russell Thacker .............. 361-376

Grit and Persistence: Findings from a Longitudinal Study of Student Performance
Nicole Buzzetto-Hollywood, Bryant C. Mitchell .................................................. 377-391

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