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Virtual Communities and Collaboration [clear filter]
Friday, August 12
 

3:30pm

ERF Slam Session 10: Social Technical Issues and Social Inclusion (SIGSI), Strategic and Competitive Use of Information Technology (SCUIT), and Virtual Communities and Collaborations (VIRTUALCOMM)
Chair: Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah - Missouri University of Science and Technology

The Role of Human Resource Information System on Staff Retention Management
Somayeh Pouransari, Wafi Al-Karaghouli, Bidit Dey - Brunel University
An Investigation of Social Inclusion Through Wearable Technologies on Technical Self-efficacies of Elderly
Wen Yong Chua, Klarissa Chang, Upasna Bhandari - National University of Singapore
Social Capital Mobilization in Social Networking Services
Mohammad Salehan - California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Arash Negahban - California State University, Chico; Vallari Chandna - University of Wisconsin Green Bay
The Poor Get Poorer and the Rich Get Fiber: Why Free/Low-Cost Internet Might Not Bridge the Digital Divide
Jordana George, Stacie Petter - Baylor University
The Online Coffee Klatch: What are Tech Women Talking About?
Deborah Armstrong, Ibtissam Zaza - Florida State University
Social Enterprises in Organic Farming and Their Usage of IT
Yixin Zhang - University of Jyväskylä
A Conceptual Model of Service Innovation: The Case of Academic Libraries
Shea-Tinn Yeh, Ronald Ramirez - University of Colorado Denver
Process Virtualization Theory and Social Media’s Effects on the Decision to Volunteer
Amy Connolly, Patrick Judge - USC Upstate
A Research Framework of Crowdfunding Platform Usage
Wen-Shan Lin, Ya-Yueh Shih - National Chiayi University
Are Expert Patients Popular in Online Patient Portals?
Srikanth Venkatesan, Raj Sharman - State University of New York
Exploring the Activeness of Professional Online Community Members
Yanyan Shang - Dakota State University; Jie Xiong - University of Nebraska; Jun Liu - Dakota State University
User Experience of Enterprise Social Networks and Collaboration
John Wyatt - EMC; Soussan Djamasbi - WPI; Mark Traietti - EMC
Group Decision Making in OSS: A Dialectic Perspective on Herding
Christine Abdalla Mikhaeil, Amrita George - Georgia State University

Friday August 12, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Executive Center 1
 
Saturday, August 13
 

8:30am

Social and Business Value of Virtual Communities (VIRTUALCOMM)
Chair: Brian Mennecke - Iowa State University

Relational Embeddedness, Herding, and Tie Persistence
Swanand Deodhar, Mani Subramani, Akbar Zaheer - University of Minnesota
Virtual Social Interaction – An Online Model to Improve Retention Rates in Voluntary Professional Associations
Premalatha Unnikrishnan, Joseph Taylor - Washington State University; Laura Aldrich - Iowa Community Action Association
“On Here, I’m Team Jacob”: Exploring Feelings of Belongingness in Virtual Communities
Julie Wade - University of South Carolina - Upstate; Jason Thatcher - Clemson University


Saturday August 13, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Seabreeze 1

10:30am

Virtual Crowdsourcing Communities (VIRTUALCOMM)
Chair: Murad Moqbel - University of Kansas Medical Center

Can the Crowd Substitute Experts in Evaluation of Creative Ideas? An Experimental Study Using Business Models
Thomas Goerzen, Dennis Kundisch - University of Paderborn
Crowdfunding Success as a Quality Signal to Venture Capital
Sunghan Ryu, Keongtae Kim - City University of Hong Kong
Towards a Taxonomy of Ethical Considerations in Crowdsourcing
David Kocsis - California Polytechnic State University; Gert-Jan de Vreede - University of South Florida


Saturday August 13, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Seabreeze 1

1:30pm

Virtual Communities and Collaboration (VIRTUALCOMM)
Chair: Doug Vogel - Harbin Institute of Technology

The Message is More than the Medium: A Study of Media Theories and Impacts
Martin Hassell - Marquette University
On the Effectiveness of eWOM Communications: the Moderating Effect of Consumers' Prior Experience
Hamed Qahri-Saremi - University of Illinois at Springfield; Ali Montazemi - McMaster University


Saturday August 13, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Seabreeze 1