31. HICSS 1998:
Kohala Coast, Hawaii, USA - Volume 1
Thirty-First Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Kohala Coast, Hawaii, USA, January 6-9, 1998. Volume 1:
Collaboration Systems and Technology. IEEE Computer Society. online publication:
New Curriculum and Courses:
Developing Real World Experience
Mark W. Huber
, Alan R. Dennis
: Mum's Not the Word! An Investigation of the Effects of a Group Support System on a Men's Counseling Group.
: Vygotsky in a TeamRoom: An Exploratory Study on Collective Concept Formation in Electronic Environments.
Rosalie J. Ocker
, Jerry Fjermestad
: Web-Based Computer-Mediated Communication: An Experimental Investigation Comparing Three Communication Modes for Determining Software Requirements .
, Kregg Aytes
: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Effects of Media Richness on Cohesion Development and Process Satisfaction in Computer-Supported Workgroups .
John R. Landry
: Can Mission Statements Plant the "Seeds" of Dysfunctional Behaviors in an Organization's Memory?
The Dynamics of Business Systems Engineering
Negotiation Support Systems Frameworks, Implementations and Evaluations
The Use of Negotiation Support Technology on the Web
Asynchronous Learning Networks ("ALN's")
Collaboration Technology - Theory & Methodology
Gregory J. Shaw
: User Satisfaction in Group Support Systems Research: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Results.
The Adoption and Diffusion of Collaborative Systems and Technology
: Information Technology Acceptance: Evolving with the Changes in the Network Environment.
Bjørn Erik Munkvold
: Adoption and Diffusion of Collaborative Technology in Interorganizational Networks.
, I. Monarch
: Collaborative Technology in the Learning Organization: Integrating Process with Information Flow, Access, and Interpretation.
Group Support Systems Userb Experiences
David K. Meader
: User Experiences with Distributed Multimedia Conferencing Systems.
J. R. Holt
: Assessing the Efficacy of Information Technology Systems at Academic Medical Institutions .
T. R. Crews Jr.
: AdventurePlayer: Using Interactive Technology to Assist Constructivist Learning.