How I use social media

Nancy White

I believe our success was because we were passionate about this new form of human interaction. Computer mediated - yes, but human driven. Conversation and content is at the core of the interactions, build on the foundation of relationship.

MirandaNet: Social Networking trivial or mind expanding?

Community Capers

Some members act as e-facilitators or braiders who help to shape the argument, provide interim summaries and change the direction of the discussion (Preston, 2002; Preston & Holmes, 2002; Cuthell, 2005). The exchange of information is two way, as it flows from the wealthy to the less well resourced and back again (Resta, 2002, p. Knowledge construction through collaborative discussion and interaction. 2002). Holmes (2002). 2002). 2002).

The Riddle of Online Resonance (first installment)

Jenny Connected

Learning through connectivity is not a new idea; there is a long history of research into networked learning (Steeple & Jones, 2002; Goodyear et al., technologies and networked online learning for autonomous learning in an increasingly diverse environment (Downes, 2009) have led to many authors (Krebs (2002), Haythornthwaite (2002), Granovetter (1973, 1983), to name but a few) exploring how connections are made and developed in online environments.

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organizational responsiveness

Taming the spaces

Kent et al (2003) use the term mediated responsiveness and explained that more dialogically oriented an organization “appears,” the more likely an organization is to actually respond to its stakeholders. Orton and Weick (1990: 205) used the interaction of specialization (i.e.

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How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I believe our success was because we were passionate about this new form of human interaction. Computer mediated – yes, but human driven. Conversation and content is at the core of the interactions, build on the foundation of relationship.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication , 13 (1), article 11. This special theme section of the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication brings together scholarship on these emergent phenomena. Dodgeball), but some web-based SNSs also support limited mobile interactions (e.g.,

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Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks : a conceptual framework

John Tropea - Delicious Community

among people, whether or not these connections are mediated by technological networks. The network aspect refers to the set of relationships, personal interactions, and connections. form a network (except potentially), as there may not be any interactions or direct connections among. the development of a community or network, the activities that members engage in, the interactions. Immediate value: Activities and interactions. 2002).

Social Networks And Group Formation - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

These researchers study the uses of social networks and the ways in which they are mediated in society and in the workplace through information communication technologies (ICTs) such as (but not limited to) the Internet. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication , 3 (1).

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Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

By flicking through the images, voice files, place names, and more obtuse clues, she felt confident of recognizing any of the several thousand people more or less likely to interact with her at any point in the near future. from: [link] Edge.orgs Question Page of 2002 - by Adrian Scott.

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ACTIVE LURKING: ENHANCING THE VALUE OF INHOUSE ONLINE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE RELATED PRACTICES AROUND THE ONLINE COMMUNITIES

John Tropea - Delicious Community

2002 Jul. 2001- Jul 2002. Communities”, In Proceedings of Computer-Mediated. Capital”, Communications of the ACM , 45, 4, 2002, pp. Network analy sis and computer-mediated. Human-Computer Interaction , 2005. [27] CENTER FOR. COLLECTIVE. INTELLIGENCE. Working Paper Series. How can people and computers be connected so. that-collectively-they act more intelligently than. any individuals, groups, or computers have ever. done before?