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Mobile Ubiquity: Understanding the Relationship between Cognitive Absorption, Smartphone Addiction and Social Network Services
(Computers in Human Behavior, 2019-01)
The purpose of the present study is to examine the differences between user addiction to smartphone devices versus addiction to social network services (SNS), and the role of user perceptions. While a growing corpus of ...
Next Generation Catalog Design for an International Law Firm
This paper addresses the historical and current trends of library catalogs with a focus on law firm libraries. It attempts to provide some guidance for law librarians looking to choose their next library catalog by delving ...
Effect of Low Literacy on Password Formation Strategy as Impediment to Participation in Modern Life: Evaluation and Intervention Tutorial
Despite widespread acknowledgement that they are an imperfect compromise, text passwords remain the most common method of authenticating user access to digital resources. Responsible stewardship of those resources, both ...
Corita: The forgotten legacy of a beloved artist, educator, and activist
I have created an interactive gallery experience to tell the inspirational story of artist Corita Kent’s impact in art, education, and activism. By inviting audiences to explore Kent’s work and life, my goal is to strengthen ...
Examining field usability testing outcomes conducted on virtual and physical mobile devices using wearable eye tracking
There is a growing need to conduct usability testing with smartphones and tablets as adoption of these devices continues to increase. Virtual device testing is a popular approach due to the diversity of devices and operating ...
The Systemic Impacts of Integrated Mobile Healthcare in a State-Wide Emergency Medical Services System
Integrated Mobile HealthCare (IMHC) relatively new aspect of pre-hospital care that has the potential for positive fiscal and operational impacts on emergency medical services. This study evaluates the state of Maine's ...