Archives par mot-clé : Web 2.0

Transformation of Science Communication in the Age of…

Transformation of Science Communication in the Age of Social Media : « The aim of the present article is to discuss several consequences of the Open Science from a perspective of science communication and philosophy of communication. Apart from the purely … Continuer la lecture

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Scholarship 2.0 Analyzing scholars’ use of Web 2.0…

Scholarship 2.0: Analyzing scholars’ use of Web 2.0 tools in research and teaching activity : « Over the past 15 years the Web has transformed the ways in which we search for information and use it. In more recent years, we … Continuer la lecture

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The web as exception the rise of new…

The web as exception: the rise of new media publishing cultures : « This dissertation offers a history of web exceptionalism – or the notion that the web is a source of radical change and that it is inherently different from … Continuer la lecture

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Research Blogging Indexing and Registering the Change in…

Research Blogging: Indexing and Registering the Change in Science 2.0 : « Increasing public interest in science information in a digital and 2.0 science era promotes a dramatically, rapid and deep change in science itself. The emergence and expansion of new … Continuer la lecture

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Mobilizing Curriculum Studies in a Virtual World Open…

Mobilizing Curriculum Studies in a (Virtual) World: Open Access, Edupunks, and the Public Good : « Despite societal imperatives for equity—whether espoused by nation states or transnational agencies like UNESCO—current models of higher education are unequivocally failing to provide universal access. … Continuer la lecture

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A Tale of Two Blogospheres Discursive Practices on…

A Tale of Two Blogospheres : Discursive Practices on the Left and Right : « In this article, the authors compare the practices of discursive production among top U.S. political blogs on the left and right during summer 2008. An examination … Continuer la lecture

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Implementing Web 2.0 Design Patterns in an Institutional…

Implementing Web 2.0 Design Patterns in an Institutional Repository May Increase Community Participation : « Objective: To investigate whether Web 2.0 can enhance participation in institutional repositories (IRs) and whether its widespread use can lead to success in this context. Another … Continuer la lecture

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Innovative Web 2.0 technologies for integrating the learning…

Innovative Web 2.0 technologies for integrating the learning process : « The innovative technologies of Web 2.0 have created a lot of opportunities for learning in the present web environment. Although these are largely experimental, some of them are very popular … Continuer la lecture

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MePrints: Building User Centred Reposito…

MePrints: Building User Centred Repositories : « Over the last few years we have been working to reinvent Teaching and Learning Repositories learning from the best practices of Web 2.0. Over this time we have successfully deployed a number of innovative … Continuer la lecture

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Use and relevance of web 2.0 for researc…

Use and relevance of web 2.0 for researchers : « The project enquires into the factors that influence researchers to adopt and use Web 2.0 tools, and conversely the factors that prevent, constrain or discourage usage. The study also explores whether … Continuer la lecture

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