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  • Norton, Juliet; Raturi, Ankita; Nardi, Bonnie; Prost, Sebastian; McDonald, Samantha; Pargman, Daniel; Bates, Oliver; Normark, Maria; Tomlinson, Bill; Herbig, Nico; Dombrowski, Lynn (ACM, 2017-11)
  • Hook, Sara Anne; Lawler, Audra (2018-04-10)
    This poster will compare and contrast microfinance/women’s empowerment initiatives in Kenya, Sierra Leone, Nicaragua and Mexico. It will provide a brief overview of each country included in the study and why it was chosen ...
  • Ringland, Kathryn E.; Wolf, Christine T.; Faucett, Heather; Dombrowski, Lynn; Hayes, Gillian R. (ACM, 2016-05)
    Traditional face-to-face social interactions can be challenging for individuals with autism, leading some to perceive and categorize them as less social than their typically-developing peers. Individuals with autism may ...
  • Cavalcanti, Luiz Henrique; Pinto, Alita; Brubaker, Jed; Dombrowski, Lynn (ACM, 2017-02)
    Most social media platforms are persistent in nature, enabling users to re-visit content at their discretion. Platforms with design features that support ephemeral communications, such as Snapchat, have become increasingly ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne; Zhu, Liugen (2018-04-06)
    The presenters developed a methodology for revising program-level learning outcomes that is efficient, effective and readily adaptable for other degrees. They will introduce their methodology, present preliminary findings, ...
  • Dombrowski, Lynn (ACM, 2017-07)
  • Hook, Sara Anne (2018)
    Back in 2011-2012, the author wrote a four-part series of articles on electronic discovery (e-discovery), specifically as it related to bankruptcy, for NABTalk: The Journal of the National Association of Bankruptcy ...
  • Ahmetovic, Dragan; Murata, Masayuki; Gleason, Cole; Brady, Erin; Takagi, Hironobu; Kitani, Kris; Asakawa, Chieko (ACM, 2017)
    Methods that provide accurate navigation assistance to people with visual impairments often rely on instrumenting the environment with specialized hardware infrastructure. In particular, approaches that use sensor networks ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne; Lawler, Audra (2018-02-27)
    This presentation will provide a retrospective of nearly ten years of a faculty member’s activities with microfinance/women’s empowerment projects throughout the world, including working with a variety of community partners ...
  • Faas, Travis; Lin, Chaolan (ACM, 2017-05)
    Minecraft, an online multi-player sandbox video game, is now being used as a teaching tool for course subjects ranging from digital literature to computer science. To understand how Minecraft was being adopted as a classroom ...
  • Tunnell, Harry; Faiola, Anthony; Bolchini, Davide (ACM, 2017-05)
    This interactivity demonstration paper highlights how a patient-operated mHealth solution can be designed to improve clinician understanding of a patient's health status during a first face-to-face encounter. Patients can ...
  • Cornet, Victor P.; Hall, Natalie K.; Cafaro, Francesco; Brady, Erin L. (ACM, 2017-05)
    The Internet has disrupted the traditional progression of social movements. We explore common characteristics of image-based activism on Instagram by qualitatively analyzing 300 Instagram posts from three social movements: ...
  • Raturi, Ankita; Norton, Juliet; Tomlinson, Bill; Blevis, Eli; Dombrowski, Lynn (ACM, 2017-05)
    There is significant interest in designing technologies for the food system, from agricultural modeling tools to apps enabling humans to assess nutritional value of various food choices to drones for pest detection. However, ...
  • Faklaris, Cori; Hook, Sara Anne (ACM, 2017-02)
    The shift to Social Networking Services (SNSs) and mobile messaging apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat that rely on User-Generated Content (UGC) has challenged notions of fair use under U.S. copyright law. It ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne; Lykins, Elizabeth (Material in this chapter was taken from various Modules of I470 Litigation Support Systems and Courtroom Presentations, an online course that was developed and team-taught by S.A. Hook and E. Lykins. The content of the course and the course Modules have evolved over time, from 2010 when it was first taught, until its most recent iteration in 2017., 2017)
    Have you perfected your process of trial preparation into an art of war? Are you getting all you can out of the opportunities witnesses and opposing counsel let slip during trial? Do your juries leave the courtroom wanting ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne (2017)
    With all of the changes surrounding social media and email, it's critical to get up to speed on the latest rules, procedures and case law. This full-day, cutting-edge course will walk you through state processes, procedures ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne (2017)
    With all of the changes surrounding social media and email, it's critical to get up to speed on the latest rules, procedures and case law. This full-day, cutting-edge course will walk you through state processes, procedures ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne (2017-12-02)
    A review of Sara Anne Hook's activities to support microfinance/women's empowerment projects in Mexico, Sierra Leone, India and Kenya. Includes contributions from graduate students Shilpa Pachhapurkar and Cori Faklaris ...
  • Chattopadhyay, Debaleena; Duke, Jon; Bolchini, Davide (ACM, 2016-05)
    The safe prescribing of medications via computerized physician order entry routinely relies on clinical alerts. Alert compliance, however, remains surprisingly low, with up to 95% often ignored. Prior approaches, such as ...
  • Hook, Sara Anne (2017-12-01)
    Join us for a massive celebration of law and technology with a local twist: E-Discovery Day! This inaugural, full-day program, including multiple hours of CLE, a vendor fair and reception, will feature a judicial panel, ...

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