Below are links to stuff I'm doing, have done, or just plain wish I could do more often. Currently I am most interested in information technology, the nature of work, and human communication. I am also a bit of a stat/methods jockey, so you will see a fair amount of stuff here relating to that. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
- Hubby's home page (Dr. Frank Tutzauer, Department of Communication, University at Buffalo)
- Dissertation Organizational & individual factors in the successful implementation of information systems
Go here for a tentative description
- Multiple anchors in group decision making
Human Subjects Review Board (Social Sciences) application revised and approved
- Strategic information planning success
Re-analysis and modification of Segars' & Grover's measure (PDF format)
University at Buffalo School of Management Links Cool research links
- Dr. B's Wide World of Web Data data sets available via the web
- ASA Listing of Data Resources for Sociologists data sets available via the web
- Fedstats one-stop source for federal statistics
- World Lecture Hall online courses in every discipline imaginable
- Statsoft Electronic Textbook excellent resource that covers elementary to highly advanced topics.
- InStat Guide to Choosing and Interpreting Statistical Tests from GraphPad software
- CHANCE welcome page materials on statistical and probabilistic literacy based on current events in the news
- SEMNET structural equation modeling (SEM) discussion network
- Choice models and experimental economics game theory resources
- Dynamic modeling nonlinear dynamics, complex systems, and chaos
Links to documents
- Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication electronic journal out of the Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California, edited by Margaret McLaughlin and Sheizaf Rafaeli
- Volleyball: Pod People, Tuesday YMCA league
- Softball: Coming online for summer 2002. Go Renegades!