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GSCIS Working Paper Series Continues April 7

Florida Atlantic University professor Caryn Conley, Ph.D., presented her work titled “Work Design for Volunteers: The Case of Open Source Software Development” during the continuation of the winter 2010 Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences Working Paper Series on Feb. 16.

The Working Paper Series will continue with Peter Aiken, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Virginia Commonwealth University. He will be presenting at the next forum on April 7 at 3 p.m. The forum will be held in the Dean’s Conference Room, on the 4th Floor of the Carl DeSantis Building on NSU’s main campus.

Aiken’s paper ‘Use of the IEEE Codes of Conduct to Resolve Legal Disputes’ discusses evaluating work performance against industry standards, by using easily accessible codes of conduct (CoCs). The paper will illustrate the use of CoCs as they are being applied in practice today, presenting a fictionalized enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation failure.

The forum is open to researchers with an interest in different aspects of computer and information sciences. For more information, please visit www.scis.nova.edu/workingpapers.