We need your help one last time in the Student Website Participation Contest. This step is perhaps the most fun of all!
Your votes will decide 3 of the 5 winners:
1. The most informative comment,
2. The most interesting comment, and
3. The most informative post.
Another category, the most interesting comment, will be selected by the contest administration committee. The final category will be selected via a random drawing from everyone who commented or posted at the site during the contest period (from May 15 to July 7, 2007).
How to Vote
Review finalist comments and finalist posts below and vote here. The free version of SurveyMonkey doesn’t allow embedded HTML… so… be warned, there are no hot links when you’re voting!
The first two categories, most informative and most interesting comments, share the same 8 finalists. You can also choose another comment from all those made on any day between May 15, 2007 and July 7, 2007 as a write-in vote. [One exception: any comments by contest administration committee members (Rachel Chung, Yukika Awazu and myself) are ineligible.]
The comments are listed in date order — from least recent to most recent.
Comment by Nick Roberts at May 28, 11:01 AM on the post ‘ Project Management Skills? ‘
Comment by Peter Baloh at Jun 8, 8:29 AM on the post ‘ AOM, AOM, AOM — part III — OCIS Doctoral Consortium’
Comment by Nick Roberts at Jun 10, 7:54 PM on the post ‘ Too many streams of research…’
Comment by Marla at Jun 11, 10:51 AM on the post ‘ Too many streams of research…’
Comment by David Bray at Jun 23, 1:45 PM on the post ‘ What are “Best Practices” for working papers?’
Comment by mike ginn at Jun 25, 1:54 PM on the post ‘ Too many streams of research…’
Comment by Carolyn Holton at Jun 29, 1:55 PM on the post ‘ Staying atop the relevancy issue…’
Comment by Israr at Jul 5, 11:59 AM on the post ‘ Top ten signs that you’re an MIS major’
Which do you think is the most informative? Which did you find the most interesting? Vote for your favorites.
There are 13 different posts to choose from. They are listed in alphabetic order by post title.
“Open Source, Open Ideas”- A Workshop for Open Source Software Researchers by yeliz2002 on 15 May 2007
AOM, AOM, AOM — part II — accommodation sharing by Peter Baloh on 6 June 2007
Comps by Nick Roberts on 23 May 2007
Congratulations Yukika by Nick Roberts on 29 May 2007
Focusing on dissertation by Israr on 28 May 2007
From Phily to Keystone by Israr on 3 July 2007
How to pick an effective academic parent (aka faculty supervisor)? by jijesh on 28 May 2007
Job market vs research focus by Israr on 28 May 2007
Networked individualism by Israr on 3 July 2007
Post-Comps: It Gets Easier, Right? by Nick Roberts on 26 May 2007
Social Networking by Israr on 3 July 2007
Staying atop the relevancy issue… by Peter Baloh on 28 June 2007
Too many streams of research… by Israr on 10 June 2007
Vote for your favorite.
Thank you for your help in selecting the contest winners.