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    • FACIT PD: A Framework for Analysis and Creation of Intergenerational Techniques for Participatory Design 

      Walsh, Greg; Foss, Elizabeth; Yip, Jason C.; Druin, Allison (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2013-04)
      In this paper, we present a framework that describes commonly used design techniques for Participatory Design with children. Although there are many currently used techniques for designing with children, researchers working ...
    • Factors Affecting Seniors’ Perceptions of Voice User Interfaces 

      Ziman, Randall (2017-12)
      This paper explores how seniors perceive Voice User Interfaces (VUIs) and the factors that shape those perceptions. An experiment was administered to 15 seniors (over age of 65), in which the participants searched for ...
    • Faculty: Adjunct and Contingent 

      Wyatt-Nichol, Heather (Sage Publications, 2011)
      Contingent workers are those individuals without any expectation of long-term or continuous employment within an organization. Within the field of higher education, contingent workers include part-time adjuncts and full-time ...
    • Fake News is Old News to African Americans 

      Dwight, Watkins (, 2017-12-18)
      Fake news is old news to black Americans. Black people have been dealing with the fall-out from fake news since the time of the Founding Fathers.
    • Family Meeting: Helping Family Members Solve the Puzzle of Addiction 

      Dolan, Andrew (2016-12)
      While family members share the misery of living with an addict, many have an incomplete or incorrect understanding of the causes of addiction, or how to mitigate its deleterious effects on family interaction, in order to ...
    • #FAN 

      Phillips, James (2020-07-12)
      The everchanging role of the National Football League (NFL) sports fan, in a world of billion-dollar dreams, global domination, and poor consumer relations. The sport fan has many reasons that they love watching professional ...
    • A Few Thoughts on the Flipped Classroom 

      Vincenti, Giovanni; Braman, James (ICST, 2013-10)
      There are many ways educators can enhance their curriculum and experiment with new pedagogical models to engage students. There have been numerous studies that have shown improvement as well as the potential for additional ...
    • Fiduciary Duties of Directors and Accounting Conservatism 

      Aier, Jagadison K; Chen, Long; Pevzner, Mikhail (SSRN, 2012)
      We examine whether a change in fiduciary duties of directors is associated with changes in firms’ financial reporting conservatism. A court ruling in 1991 expanded the scope of fiduciary duties of directors of near insolvent ...
    • "Film at 11": True Stories of News Film Collections at the University of Baltimore 

      Hagan, Siobhan (Society of American Archivists, 2015-08-21)
      This PowerPoint presentation addressed collecting, preserving, digitizing, and making broadcast news film collections accessible at the University of Baltimore's Langsdale Library Special Collections. It was given as part ...
    • Finding the PerfectFit 

      Jennings, Karen Pike (2017-08)
      This paper explores available research and documents detailing the current landscape of, and consumer point of view on, ubiquitous commerce as a foundation for understanding and developing a model for web technology that ...
    • Finding your Bus: Conceptualising Contemporary Quaker Management Education 

      Lingelbach, David (Liverpool University Press, 2019)
      How can Quaker thought and practice make a significant contribution to contemporary management education? Quaker-affiliated businesses and organisations have played significant roles in both the United ...
    • Firms' Inventory Choices During the Great Recession 

      Gupta, Mahendra; Pevzner, Mikhail; Seethamraju, Chandra (SSRN, 2014)
      We study how the interplay between firms’ fixed cost structure and their initial inventory levels influences these firms’ inventory production decisions. We also examine the consequences of those decisions for the firms’ ...
    • The First Step Act is only the first step in criminal justice reform. What about an apology? 

      Watkins, Dwight (, LLC, 2019-02-01)
      We're finally tackling criminal justice reform on a meaningful level, but we still have so much more to do
    • Five-Factor Model Personality Measures and Sex-Based Differential Prediction of Performance 

      Berry, Christopher M.; Kim, Anita; Wang, Kim; Thompson, Rebecca J.; Mobley, William H. (International Association of Applied Psychologists, 2012-04-12)
      Despite mean differences between sexes, virtually no research has investigated sex-based differential prediction of personality tests in civilian employment samples. The present study investigated the degree to which ...
    • Flexibility and Rigidity in Multicriterion Linear Programming 

      Morse, Joel N.; Lieb, EB (Springer, 1980)
      One justification for modeling with multiobjective linear programming (MOLP) is its ability to generate unique managerial information. One drawback of MOLP is the unwieldy nondominated set which it presents to the decision ...
    • Flexible Work Arrangements: Attraction to Flextime, Flexplace, or Both? 

      Thompson, Rebecca J. (Texas A&M University, 2011-12)
      Flexible work arrangements (FWAs) are widely implemented in organizations today. Yet very little information exists about why individuals are attracted to organizations that offer FWAs. The purpose of the current study was ...
    • Fluctuating dental asymmetry in great apes, fossil hominins, and modern humans: Implications for changing stressors during human evolution 

      Frederick, Michael; Gallup, Gordon (2007)
      Fluctuating asymmetry (FA), defined by random, stress-induced deviations from perfect bilateral symmetry, is an indication of the inability to buffer against developmental disturbances, such as poor early nutrition. One ...
    • Fog-Cloud Services for IoT 

      Ketel, Mohammed (Proceedings of the SouthEast Conference, 2017-04)
      The Internet of things (IoT) 1 devices are increasingly becoming an integral part of our lives. It is estimated that the number of such devices will grow into billions within few years. These devices are highly distributed ...
    • Food is the Secret Ingredient in Vanillaware's Games 

      Harper, Todd (Vice Media, 2016-04-10)
      Here's a thing you need to know about Odin Sphere Leifthrasir: The quickest route to power in the world of Erion isn't combat. You don't become mighty by slaughtering your foes and harvesting their essence, or shaking them ...