Chad Harms

Chad Harms
University of Notre Dame | ND · Department of Management (IT Management, Consulting and Entrepreneurship)

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This article advocates that business schools include a formalized foresight educational experience more widely in their curriculums. As a group charged with educating business leaders of tomorrow, the cultivation of the skill-set and mind-set necessary for anticipating change and positioning organizations for future success and survival should no l...
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By retracing the tracks of the popular educational game, the Oregon Trail, this chapter presents both positive and negative realities of the incorporation of computer-based education that will necessitate students venturing away from safe, closed systems to access information in the open frontier of the Internet. Information presentation is increas...
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Virtual schooling, or the practice of offering K-12 courses via distance technologies, has rapidly increased in popularity since its beginning in 1994. Although effective interaction with and support for students in these environments requires a unique set of skills and experiences, teacher education programs currently place very little emphasis on...
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Previous deception detection training studies have compared people receiving training in nonverbal behaviors associated with deception to control groups receiving no training and found that people who are trained are slightly to moderately more accurate than people who have not been trained. Recent research on the relationships between source verac...
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At a time of increased social usage of net and collaborative applications, a robust and detailed theory of social presence could contribute to our understanding of social behavior in mediated environments, allow researchers to predict and measure differences among media interfaces, and guide the design of new social environments and interfaces. A b...
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Previous research examining the accuracy of deception detection judgments by individuals has concluded that the ability to detect deception is only slightly better than chance. Research has also found that individuals tend to be over‐confident, truth‐biased, and reliant on nonverbal behavior when making veracity judgments. This study (N = 129) test...
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This paper outlines the foundation of a definition and measurement for the concept social presence. Justification for such a line of research lies in the ever-increasing use of social presence technologies and expansion of the social interactions across the Internet. A definition of social presence, based upon past literature and theory, describes...
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A within-subjects experiment was conducted to explore the factor structure and concurrent validity of the Net-worked Minds measure of social presence. A set of eight factors consistent with the Networked Minds theory of social presence emerged. These were grouped under three areas: (1) co-presence, with the factor, mutual awareness; (2) psychologic...
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The need for a theory of social presence is more press- ing as the Internet and virtual environments become increas- ing social. With time we can observe an increase in social interaction not only among users, but also between users and computer agents. A robust and detailed theory and measure of social presence could contribute to our under- stand...
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This article examines the spatial relationships between avatars (i.e., graphical identities or icons) over time in a 2-dimensional online chat environment. The Spatial Distance Analysis Program (SDAP) was developed to measure the distance between avatars in a specially designed Palace environment. Correlations between distance and interpersonal com...
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This paper characterizes the problem of managing focal and peripheral awareness of people, objects, and procedures in augmented reality (AR) systems. We suggest interface design strategies that map the problem to properties of human spatial cognition and briefly introduce how the problem is addressed in three collaborative AR projects. 1 Awareness...

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