• 2017 Vol. 14 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
  • Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
    (Volume 14, 2017)
     

    Paperback: 236 pages
  • Publisher: Informing Science Press (September 5, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1681100258
  • ISBN-13: 978-1681100258
    Editor: Eli Cohen

Table of Contents


Executive Higher Education Doctoral Programs in the United States: A Demographic Market-Based Analysis
Gracie Forthun and Sydney Freeman, Jr. ....................................................................  1-19

Can Learners Become Teachers? Evaluating the Merits of Student Generated Content and Peer Assessment
David Murray, Tanya McGill, Nik Thompson, and Danny Toohey ..........................  21-33

The Impact of a University Experience Program on Rural and Regional Secondary School Students: Keeping the Flame Burning
Joy Penman and Jyothi Thalluri ...............................................................................  35-48

Hybrid App Approach: Could It Mark the End of Native App Domination?
Minh Huynh, Prashant Ghimire, and Donny Truong ...............................................  49-65

The Workforce for the 21st Century
Henry O’Lawrence ..................................................................................................  67-85

Ransomware: A Research and a Personal Case Study of Dealing with this Nasty Malware
Azad Ali ..................................................................................................................  87-99

The Elements Way: Empowering Parents, Educators, and Mentors in the Age of New Media
Gila Cohen Zilka ...................................................................................................  101-119

Assessing the Affordances of SimReal+ and Their Applicability to Support the Learning of Mathematics in Teacher Education
Said Hadjerrouit ...................................................................................................  121-138

Innovating and Entrepreneurial Initiatives: Some Cases of Success
Marta Machín-Martínez and Carmen de-Pablos-Heredero ....................................  139-161

Collaboration in Multi-stakeholder, Multi-cultural Organizational Environments
Douglas A. Straka ................................................................................................  163-175

The Use of Kanban to Alleviate Collaboration and Communication Challenges of Global Software Development
Maureen Tanner and Marcelo Dauane ..................................................................  177-197

Representations of Practice – Distributed Sensemaking Using Boundary Objects
Inge Hermanrud, Dorthe Eide ..............................................................................  199-218

Entertaining Whilst Defacing Websites: Psychological Games for Hackers
Ashish K Das, Quynh T Nguyen, Susan Thomas .................................................  219-227

Index of Authors ......................................................................................................... 229

List of Reviewers ........................................................................................................  231

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