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    • Interactivity as self-expression: a field experiment with customization and blogging 

      Sundar, S. Shyam; Oh, Jeeyun; Bellur, Saraswathi; Jia, Haiyan; Kim, Hyang-Sook (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012-05)
      A paradigmatic quality of interactive interfaces is that they allow users to express themselves, thereby converting message receivers into communication sources. We define this quality as Source Interactivity [26, 29], and ...
    • More than Money: Recruiting and Retaining Library IT Staff 

      Crum, Janet; Dobbs, Aaron; Helman, William; Sattler, Kelly (Library and Information Technology Association, 2015-11-14)
      Power Point presentation delivered to the 2015 LITA Forum providing an overview of preliminary survey results on the topic of recruitment and retention of library information technology staff in the United States and Canada. ...
    • Recruiting and Retaining Library IT People - What We Learned 

      Dobbs, Aaron; Helman, William; Sattler, Kelly; White, Erin (2016-10-25)
      Power Point presentation delivered to the 2016 edUi Conference, a program of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, providing analysis of survey results on the topic of recruitment and retention of library information ...
    • Related activity choice: grading group work without peer evaluation 

      Thavikulwat, Precha (2021-10-29)
      Related activity choice (RAC) is an advantageous alternative to summative peer evaluation (SPE) as a method of assigning group members individual credit towards grades for a collective outcome. Whereas SPE asks group members ...