Archives par mot-clé : Web 2.0

A Platform for Closing the Open Data Feedback Loop Based on Web2.0 Functionality

« One essential characteristic of open data ecosystems is their development through feedback loops, discussions and dynamic data suppliers – user interactions. These user-centric features communicate the users’ needs to the open data community, as well to the public sector organizations … Continuer la lecture

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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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