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Interdisciplinary applications of electronic collaboration approaches and technologies [electronic resource] / Ned Kock, editor.
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2013.
electronic texts (237 p.) : digital files.
"This book addresses the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, assesses their behavioral impact on individuals and groups, and presents theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technologies and behavioral patterns"--Provided by publisher.
A semantic e-collaboration approach to enable awareness in globally distributed organizations / Eldar Sultanow, Edzard Weber, Sean Cox -- An exploratory study of how technology supports communication in multilingual groups / Milam Aiken ... [et al.] -- The virtual individual education plan (IEP) team: using online collaboration to develop a behavior intervention plan / Robyn M. Catagnus, Donald A. Hantula -- Measuring collective cognition in online collaboration venues / Paul Dwyer -- Using WarpPLS in e-collaboration studies: descriptive statistics, settings, and key analysis results / Ned Kock -- The influence of information technology on organizational behavior: study of identity challenges in virtual teams / Babak Sohrabi, Aryan Gholipour, Behnam Amiri -- Web enabled design collaboration in India / Shaheli Guha ... [et al.] -- Using WarpPLS in e-collaboration studies: mediating effects, control and second order variables, and algorithm choices / Ned Kock -- Shared mental model development during technology-mediated collaboration / Hayward P. Andres -- WikiDesign: a semantic wiki to evaluate collaborative knowledge / Davy Monticolo, Samuel Gomes -- Industry perspective-collaborating from a distance: success factors of top-performing virtual teams / Darleen DeRosa -- The level paradox of e-collaboration: dangers and solutions / Ana Ortiz de Guinea -- E-collaboration within, between, and without institutions: towards better functioning of online groups through networks / Ina Blau -- Towards an affordance-based theory of collaborative action (CoAct) / John T. Nosek -- Working effectively in a matrix: building and sustaining cooperation / Jennifer Forgie.
Vendor supplied record for IGI received in 2015.
Includes bibliographical references.
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Other Authors:
Kock, Ned F., 1964-

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9781466620216 (electronic bk.)

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9781466620223 (print & perpetual access)
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