Browse by Subject "social informatics"

  • Erickson, Ingrid; Allen, Warren; Arora, Payal; Goggins, Sean; Shankar, Kalpana; Yew, Jude (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    The annual Consortium for the Science of Sociotechnical Systems (CSST) workshop at the iConference perpetuates a tradition of providing sociotechnical scholars with a place to surface areas and domains ripe for new or ...
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  • Rosenbaum, Howard; Fichman, Pnina (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    2013 marks the 10[th] anniversary of the death of Rob Kling, one of the founders of social informatics in North America. This session for interaction and engagement will provide researchers in the field an opportunity to ...
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  • Haigh, Thomas; Kozak, Nadine (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    This full day workshop builds a new community of scholars interested in exploring the potential of the "Social Studies of Information" (SSI) as a meta-identity for information research informed by the humanities and social ...
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  • Rebaza, Claudia M. (2006-05)
    Folklore is concerned with the presence or absence of lore and how it demonstrates the boundaries and existence of community. Lore is expressed through behaviors, discussion, objects or combinations thereof. The Internet, ...
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  • Hakken, David (2009-02-08)
    What is the best strategy to pursue when introducing computing, to “informate” by creating and sharing as much information as possible, or to “represent” the social processes in question so they can be manipulated and more ...
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  • Haythornthwaite, Caroline A.; Andrews, Richard (Sage, 2007)
    This chapter is the Introduction to the Sage Handbook of E-Learning Research (2007), edited by Richard Andrews and Caroline Haythornthwaite. The introduction, written by the editors, is a substantial work that addresses ...
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  • Rebaza, Claudia M. (2009)
    Female coterie writing groups have had certain characteristics in common across centuries that can be seen today in fan fiction writing groups online. This dissertation focuses on one group of such writers who are active ...
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  • Sweeney, Miriam (2014-01-16)
    Increasingly anthropomorphism is used as a design strategy in computing interfaces to make them more accessible and intuitive to users. Technologies are never neutral, and always consist of a complex arrangement of ...
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  • Worrall, Adam (iSchool, 2013-02)
    Despite increased study of social contexts within information science, it is still unclear if and how digital libraries support and facilitate collaboration, communities, and other social contexts. This poster presents a ...
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  • Haythornthwaite, Caroline A. (2006-09)
    This paper presents the background, arguments and examples to support a social informatics of elearning. In more than 25 years of studies of information and communication technology, social informatics draws our attention ...
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  • Haythornthwaite, Caroline a. (2010-03-30)
    This presentation is the 5th in a series of public lectures given in London, England as part of the Leverhulme Trust Lecture Series on the topic of Learning Networks. The presentation describes the socio-technical/ social ...
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